Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum

Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum

 Choose One Interactives Home Math Interactives -Geometry 3D Shapes -Math in Daily Life -Metric Conversions -Statistics Language Interactives -Elements of a Story -Historical and Cultural -Literature -Spelling Bee Arts -Cinema History Interactives -Collapse -Middle Ages -Renaissance -U.S. History Map Science Interactives -Amusement Park Physics -DNA -Dynamic Earth -Ecology Lab -Garbage -Periodic Table -Rock Cycle -Volcanoes -Weather

 Practice Conversion Problems: Two Conversion Factors If you are not sure of the conversion factor between a metric unit and an English unit, you can easily use the conversion factors you are familiar with. The catch is that you may need to use more than one conversion factor. Look at this example: Example #1: Converting 8 meters to inches. (Hint: Conversion factor #1 is 1 meter (m) = 3.28 feet (ft)) (Hint: Conversion factor #2 is 1 foot (ft) = 12 inches (in)) Step 1