- You will need to prepare square grids showing different numbers for this activity. You will color some of the squares in and leave the others plain.
- For example: Make a 3 x 4 grid and color in 9 squares. So there will be 9 squares filled in and 3 blank.
- Your students will need to pick a grid and determine the relationship between the 2 numbers represented by the different colored squares. For instance, in the previous example they would need to understand that 9 and 3 are related because 9 / 3 = 3 or 3 x 3 = 9.
- Have grid cards available showing all different kinds of relationships. You may even use percents and fractions for more advanced students.

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- Hurricane by David Weisner
- Tack Probability
- Round vs. Flat
- Patron Saint of Lovers
- Valentine Placemats
- M&M Fractions
- Base10 Blocks
- Thingamajigs
- Decorative Vase
- Walk a Mile in Their Boots
- Roses Are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink
- The Scariest Thing
- Cinco de Mayo Lookup
- Record a Story
- Beast Feast
- Egg Volume
- Hand Sculpture
- What’s the Stamp Worth?
- Thanksgiving Dinner
- Shapes and Angles
- The Medal Winners
- Know Your Presidents
- The Pumpkin
- The Gymnastics Incident
- Celsius versus Fahrenheit
- Complete the Story
- Distances Traveled
- Biographical Data Organization
- Original Nature Tales
- Does It Measure Up?
- Historical Trivia
- Money from Around the World
- Thanksgiving Quilt
- Different Perspectives on Columbus
- If You Could Be An Animal
- What is the Moral?
- Picture Replicas
- Block Volume
- Create an Instrument
- Millennium Inventions
- Discover Pi
- Columbus Portraits
- Pattern Necklaces
- How Far is Sydney?
- Back to Back
- Rhyming Match
- How fast Can You Run?
- Speech Writing
- Sort the States of Matter

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