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We can help our students improve math proficiency by using a cross-curricular approach and multiple problem-solving techniques.
With these innovative ideas, demonstrate to your class that math doesn't always have to be hard work.
The Kentucky Derby can provide a means to discuss literature, math, and history.
Keeping skills sharp doesn't have to be a chore. It can be done with math games.
Students participate in a math investigation involving the story "A Three Hat Day" by Charles L. Blood and Martin Link. They listen to the story, then work out a strategy to figure out how many ways the main character can wear the same three hats if each day he wanted to wear them in a different order.
In this math worksheet, students solve math problems based on a trip around the Sarehole Mill. The worksheet includes black and white photographs of the site as well as questions that relate to the mill. Students answer questions about shape, distance, and averages.
Learners play a variety of math games using blocks in order to develop their ability to classify, seriate, and count. In this counting lesson, students work in small groups to practice sorting their blocks by shape and size. Learners also use wooden unit blocks to measure an area of the classroom by lining them up end to end, and counting the total number of blocks used.
Students play with math. In this early childhood lesson plan, students create drawings of family members to use for math activities including counting, seriating, sorting, grouping, and sequencing.
Focused on building strong reading comprehension and problem solving strategies, learners solve various math story problems in small groups. They share their answers along with their strategies. The strategies they practice include highlighting important information in the word problems and drawing an illustration to go along with the word problem.
December is filled with holiday traditions using numbers. Here are some holiday math lesson plans that you can do with your students.
Optical illusion activities can provide a motivating way for students to explore math and science concepts.
Young scholars build their math skills outdoors. In this early childhood math lesson, students use comparative language as they chart and graph the items on their playground.
If you need a comprehensive math packet specifically intended for learners who are struggling with fractions, look no further. Individuals will be able to practice comparing, simplifying, adding, and subtracting fractions in an enjoyable way. The worksheets are intended for learners in fourth or fifth grade and include problems that address grade-level material, but with numbers that may be easier to work with. 
Students practice grade level math skills. In this math lesson, students solve math facts on index cards and collaboratively arrange them in numerical order on a jump rope. Correct order earns the team a chance to physically move towards a finish line. Game can be adapted for any grade level math skill.
For this extension and enrichment story problem worksheet, 1st graders solve problems that correlate with selected units in the Saxon math grade one program.
Use buttons, cards, and dice to perform simple math problems! This inventive lesson should be quite engaging for young learners. Kindergarteners use buttons to help them understand the concepts of greater than, less than, and equal to.
In this math activity, students solve ten story problems. These problems are aligned with the Saxon Math K program and are designed to be used one at a time. Problems use numbers small enough for kindergarten students to solve with manipulatives or drawings.
Two online lessons, one in math and one in language arts, are here for you. In them, learners play online games which reinforce important skills in literacy and numeracy. The thing I like about both of these lessons is that they get the kids moving, thinking, communicating, and problem-solving together. These are perfect activities for your kindergarten or 1st graders.
In this math and science real-world investigation instructional activity, 6th graders research the population of their own town and three others in their own state using the internet or resource books. They draw a number line that accurately represents the data they found before sharing their work with the rest of the class.
How to use the relationship between multiplication and division to solve math word problems is the focus of the activity presented here. In it, fourth graders work in groups to solve problems posed by the teacher. Then, each group is given paper cups and uses them as a manipulative to solve another problem. Finally, each group completes the problems on a worksheet entitled, "What to do with Remainders," and shares their results with the class. Other terrific worksheets are embedded in this fine plan.