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Students explore the math they are learning in the classroom with their families. In this math workshop lesson, participants learn about the types of mathematics being taught in the classroom. These workshops provide opportunities to strengthen the family/school connection.
In this math worksheet, students solve five word problems. Each of the word problems is related to an annual race through Alaska called the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
First graders answer daily questions, then count to see how many responded with yes or no. They record their answers in math journals and discuss the results.
In this math worksheet, students match the pictographs to find the quantities and write each number sentence. They use the operation of addition.
In this multiplication math fact maze instructional activity, 3rd graders work their way through a maze by answering basic single digit multiplication problems. They begin with the one times tables and work their way through the nine's.
Students explore physical education by participating in a game with their class. In this number sense lesson, students utilize their motor skills while performing a music version of racquetball. Students utilize math skills by identifying numbers on a flash card as they play with their racquets.
Students read about ways to take a test. In this math lesson, students are taught skills and resources to help them be successful taking math exams. They discuss, computerized testing along with different types of testing types they need to be familiar with.
First graders use a clock to practice telling time and using fractions. They review the different parts of the clock and play a game using time. They help each other with telling time.
Students explore number sense by participating in a calendar and counting activity. In this time keeping lesson plan, students examine calendars in class, identify the days in a month and identify exactly what day it is. Students practice using the letter "T" in sentences and complete study questions about dates and times.
Students research how engineers and scientists generate linear and angular measurements with geometry to survey the Earth and Mars. They assess how geometric shapes affect navigation. A surveyor comes to the classroom and explains how he surveys locations to describe the techniques he uses to show how geometry and math are used in surveying.
Students familiarize themselves with some traditional Costa Rican recipes and also use math skills to convert the serving sizes to enough for the entire class.
Third graders divide by 2 and 5. In this math lesson, 3rd graders label the parts of a division sentence. Students solve division sentences using multiplication.
Learners challenge their math knowledge through a series of lessons designed to engage critical thinking and reasoning skills. In these problem solving lessons, students work with the Pythagorean Theorem, time zones in different regions of the world, proportional reasoning, and averages.
Students investigate an accident and relate it to math. In this trigonometry lesson, students measure the accident scene, the friction produced, and the speed from the skid marks. They create a poster of their findings.
In this math enrichment worksheet, 5th graders identify numbers from everyday life when they are written as prime factorization. They use the numbers to answer 6 short answer questions.
Students explore Earth science by participating in a measurement activity. In this botany lesson, students identify the germination process and plant their own seeds in class. Students record the amount of seeds that germinate properly and how long they take. They then create a graph using a spreadsheet program.
Seventh graders judge the relationship between decision making and acceptance of responsibility. They identify resources involved in decision making and distinguish the decision-making process and goal setting to guide spending.
Fourth graders use incubator to allow fertilized eggs to develop and hatch, study parts of egg, stages of development, needs of developing embryo, classify which animals are/are not oviparous, and provide for the needs of newborn chicks.
Students investigate people, places and environments. Using the internet, students gather information about the country and culture that they visit. Students use Classport technology to collaborate and communicate with students on a global race. Students write postcards explaining their trip.