Muddy Obstacle Course
Watch, read about, and tackle measurement math problems regarding kids undertaking a muddy obstacle course! Tracy Rowan, Tracy Webster

Today’s Activities

Read It! Write it!

Read  “Muddy Moves”. 

If you were to compete in a Mini Mudder, what would you do to complete the race as fast as possible? 

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Math

Explore the Math Talk section of “Muddy Moves”  to learn about choosing the appropriate unit of measurement.

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Mystery Science

Take a trip inside the body to see that the heart is a muscle, contracting and expanding to move blood through our blood vessels.

How many times do you think a heart beats in 30 seconds?

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Get moving!

With your parents help, create your own obstacle course indoors or out!

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Speech & Language

Focus on giving information: If you could create your own obstacle course, what would it look like? Using your own words, describe your obstacle course to someone in your home.

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