Volume Activity.pdf

# 2 estimate how much saliva you produce in 1 hour 1

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2. Estimate how much saliva you produce in 1 hour. 1 day. 1 week. 1 year. 3. How big is a swimming pool? How much water do you think it holds? 4. Calculate the volume of a swimming pool that is 50m x 25m x 2m. (Olympic average.) 5. How much saliva do you think is in a single cubic meter of water? 6. If the volume of an Olympic Pool is 2,500,000 L, how much saliva does one person produce each day? How to use this as a mini-lesson? You have to decide how much freedom to give your students and how structured you want this to be. It could be a great inspiration for how to find the volume of a rectangular prism (true swimming pools that are more like trapezoidal prisms), or how to convert between metric and English measurements, or how to convert between large and small numbers, or even how to use scientific notation appropriately. Mini Lesson 1: Volume Let's find the volume of different pools! (Olympic, neighborhood, backyard pools)

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Please feel free to use any of these ideas and modify them to meet your needs. However, please acknowledge the original source of the items and my own lesson outlines. ©NatalieRSprigg 2013 Olympic: 50m x 25m x 2m (Note: Olympic pools are not rectangular prisms, but this is an average.) Neighborhood: 25m x 10m x 1.5m (Kids could find out their own measurements!)
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• Summer '18
• Meghan Craft
• Algebra, Litre, swimming pools, Cubic metre, Olympic-size swimming pool

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