Minnesota History Substrand 2, Standard 3. Historical events have multiple causes and can lead to varied and unintended outcomes.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.A.4-Determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation relating three whole numbers.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.C.7– Fluently multiply and divide within 100
These 10-minute lessons can be done as stand-alone activities at the beginning or end of a class to raise student engagement, or the three in this unit can be combined for a single 30-45 minute lesson.
Device with web-browser – Chromebook, laptop or desktop computer, phone or tablet
Ojibwe History Integrated with Math + History = Making Camp
That’s Making Camp in a nutshell, um, equation. If your students are like most people, you’re having a hard time getting them to focus. That’s why we’ve created short lessons for you. Each of these only takes about 10 minutes, teaches Ojibwe (Native American) history , multiplication or division. You can do these at the beginning or end of class as a warm-up, as an assignment for those students who finish early.
As the game introduction says …. let’s get started on Making Camp.
1. Download or follow the link to get started on Making Camp!
The game can be downloaded for any Apple or Android phone or tablet. It can also be played online. The links you need will be in the game pages for your device. You will have received the password to access this page in the training you attended. To access the games for your device, click the appropriate link below. These pages are password protected, but the password you received will work on all three pages.
If you have forgotten your password, email email@example.com, let us know the name of your school and mention in the email you forgot your password.
2. Students will need a username and password
We strongly recommend you assign the username and password rather than having students assign their own.
Watch the two introductory videos that explain about the Ojibwe migration and how to play the game. This will bring you to the choice screen.
Click on the NUMBERS option which will bring up the screen below.
- Click on the top left box (with cards) to play a memory game, matching multiplication problems with their answers.
The Multiplication Dog
- This lesson opens with a paragraph explaining that some tribes used dogs to haul heavy loads, using a type of sled called a travois. The player then has the opportunity to earn a dog and items for their dog by answering multiplication problems.
Remember that you can always see your students’ performance on the problems in Making Camp Premium by accessing the reports page. You will need to enter the password you received during training.
That’s it. That’s your ten minutes of learning social studies and multiplication. Next post in this series: Trade for a wigwam
Minnesota Math Standard 220.127.116.11 – Use multiplication and division basic facts to represent a given problem situation using a number sentence. Use number sense and multiplication and division basic facts to find values for the unknowns that make the number sentences true.
Minnesota Math Standard 18.104.22.168 – Demonstrate fluency with multiplication and division facts.