Your parents are giving you a birthday party. Since you are getting older, they are letting you decide on the number of friends you want to invite, the theme and entertainment for your party, and the food you want to serve. BUT, you have to stay within your budget of $300. And, you want to get as close to $300 without going over. “What if” you invited 10 friends to our party, what would be the cost of the party? 12 friends? 8 friends?
Students can use the math and writing activities I provided to plan their party. In this unit: - Party Resources (websites) - Party Theme writing activity - Guest List - Design an invitation - Planning Your Party Checklist - Planning Your Party tables to calculate expenses - Invent a Party Game - Design your cake or cupcake - Develop your Playlist - Instagram - Selfies - Design your layout for your party room - My Best Birthday Ever writing activity - Using a Spreadsheet - Spreadsheet template which includes the formulas
This unit is a perfect way to teach spreadsheets and higher level thinking skills.
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Welcome! My name is Sandy Cangelosi and I'm from Austin, Texas. My experience has been at the elementary and middle school levels with instructional technology as a focus. I've provided lessons that are time-saving, easy to use and can be adapted for your curriculum needs. I hope you continue to visit my store as I upload units and lessons which are aligned with essential 21st Century Skills.