I recently discovered The Legend of Rock, Paper and Scissors by Adam Rex and couldn't help myself. Being a math teacher at heart, I had to tie this into a statistics/probability lesson that can easily be simplified for Kinder up to our ever-changing 5th graders.
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Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock!
To spice it up for our soon-to-be-middle-schoolers, I thought I'd share the hilarious theatrics of "Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock!" from Big Bang Theory. Again, this can be as simple as creating a Thinking Map of how the rules work to statistics to game theory--it just depends on your kids' cup of tea.
Here are my ever-improving LP's and resources.
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