Denton Elementary School
Herricks School District
Students discuss which Vault supplies they will purchase for their next mission.
Students debate whether their model proves that the surface area of the engine bay can fit the number of engines that are required for interplanetary travel.
Students write & present persuasive arguments to congress. Their goal is to convince the government that Fiona's spaceship deserves federal funding.
South Salem Elementary School
Port Washington School District
Students solve multi-step word problems to calculate the price of vacation tickets to other planets.
Students multiply fractions to calculate the correct fuel ratios for the spaceship's engine.
Students use measurement to prove that the volume inside of the spaceship's engine Bay is greater than the volume of the total engines.
East Lake Elementary School
Massapequa School District
Students use Titans (fraction strips) to calculate the price of materials inside the Vault.
Students create a model to prove that the volume inside the spaceship's engines is large enough to fit the engines that are needed to visit other planets.
Students celebrate their completed Fiona Posmonitron (spaceship engine) model.
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