Have instructions on the board for students to find the circumference of a student circle. They must hold hands to form a circle. Then they must work as a group to figure out how to find the circumference. It is interesting to see if your students choose to measure the circumference by measuring the diameter or by directly measuring the distance around the circle.

- Favorite Event Race
- What’s in Millennium?
- Where is Sydney?
- Order by Birthdays
- Short Vowels
- Long Arms
- The Emperor’s Banquet
- What’s Different?
- Monrovia
- Dice Probability
- Common Words
- Geoboard Shapes
- Student Pursuit
- Words in Summer Olympics
- A Picture From Words
- Cloze Procedure
- News Around the World
- Columbus Quote
- Candy Hearts
- How Many Employees?
- Candy Graph
- Matching Halloween Pictures
- Quote Response
- Valentine’s Day Symbols
- Automobile Symbols
- Melting Ice Cream
- Unscramble the States
- Our Favorite Books
- Human Bones
- Jobs in the Community
- "If" Response
- Tongue Twisters
- A Different Perspective
- Sun Full of Earths
- Digits One to Nine
- Fresh vs Hardboiled Eggs
- The Problem with Dice
- Guess the Ages
- Don’t Lift Your Pencil
- Unscramble the Words
- Consumer Price Index
- News Story Comparison
- Trapezoid Volume
- A to Z Animals
- Simon Says
- Candy Math
- Short A Sound
- Objects in the Room
- Opinion and Fact Statements
- Test Your Observation Skills

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