Innovative
Classroom

Center Focus

Area of a Shamrock

  1. You will need to get an outline of a shamrock that is easily reproducible or just download this one.
  2. Have your kids figure out the approximate area covered by the shamrock. They will have to measure it in sections using area formulas for their basic shapes.
  3. Let your students experiment with ways of measuring or splitting up areas to measure the clover. There are many ways to do this.

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Toothpick Sculptures
Jacks
Record a Story
Crooked vs. Straight
Money from Around the World
Where Did He Go?
The Gymnastics Incident
Matching Animals To Their Names
Sand Painting
The Scariest Thing
Easter Egg Contest
If the Earth Were Flat
Spin-and-Spell
Word Association
M&M Fractions
The Mayflower Compact
Pumpkin Measurements
Potato Latkes
The Great Wall of China
Broken Ruler
Magnet Fishing
Giant Kiss
What’s Your Valentine Worth?
Distances Traveled
Rebus Stories
Bean Bag Throw-and-Catch
Still Life
Count Pine Cone Scales
Journal Topic: Space Exploration
The Stars and Stripes
Popping Popcorn
Olympic Rings
Inch By Inch Map
Guided by the Stars
"Thanksgiving" Poem
What’s My Name Worth?
What Do You Picture
Copying the Masters
Bring Your Own Tale
Literature Response
Scariest Jack-O-Lantern Contest
Time Capsule Diorama
Know Your Presidents
Length of Foot vs. Height
Turkey Math
What Weighs More?
If I Were President...
A to Z
Valentine Flower Pots
What Do I Want to Know?