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Put out by Texas instruments, this lesson plan teaches learners to add lists of numbers using the distributive property. A TI-73 calculator is needed to a complete a series of worksheets and activities focused on Greatest Common Factor, like terms, coefficients, and the distributive property. Pupils will use factoring to uncover the magic and explain the mathematics.
Who doesn't like to eat? Use food to explore the concept of fractions and how to multiply and divide fractions. In small groups they plan a sugar potluck that involves converting a recipe to produce enough dessert treats to feed the entire class. Math learners calculate the amount of ingredients for the entire project and for each individual recipe, make their recipe, and share it with the class.
Get your bright-eyed mathematicians thinking first thing in the morning using this set of morning math problems. There are 20 warm-ups here with concepts including number patterns, solving for a variable, greater than/less than, prime numbers, square root, greatest common factor, place value, order of operations, and multiplication. These aren't numbered, so if you want kids to do them one at a time, consider numbering together before they begin.