Explore mathematics through the lens of forestry and environmental science! Math in the Forest features nature-based, hands-on lessons in geometry, unit conversions, forest conservation, and more. Geared towards mixed-age groups of learners, this unit takes a holistic approach to math topics – emphasizing not only the “how” of math but also the “why”! This unit includes everything you need to study math in the forest: projects, worksheets, diagrams, outdoor activities, and more!
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Age group: My units are ideal for mixed-age group classrooms and homeschooling. This unit is best suited to mid-elementary school through early high school.
Materials Included (27 PDF pages total)
•Cut out forestry tools decorations
•”About Forestry” handout + brainstorm activity
•Pi, circumference, and radius activity guides
•Pi, circumference, and radius poster and worksheets
•Make your own inclinometer
•Tree height + trigonometry activity for older students
•Tree height angles activity for younger students
•Unit conversions worksheet
•Teacher Directions + answer keys
+ Free bonus online materials:
•Background forestry information, and print a free protractor – click here.
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→ 1-sided printing on 8.5-inch by 11-inch paper is recommended. Larger paper may affect image quality.
→ Any props or books in product photos are for staging purposes only and are not included in the purchase.
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→The activities in this pack should be completed with adult supervision. Outdoor activities may involve certain risks including but not limited to trips/falls, exposure to the elements, wildlife, etc. Do not complete the outdoor activities in unsafe areas or conditions (steep terrain, bad weather, etc.).
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