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Students participate in a two-week real-life math unit. In pairs, they calculate salaries, taxes, and a budget, plan a vacation, buy insurance, make a will, and design a room. They conduct Internet research to plan the vacation, and write checks to balance their checkbook.
Students practice math through the use of games. In this math practice lesson, students participate in number fact games in all the operations. Each game requires quick answers.
Third graders discover the value of eating well by simulating a grocery store purchase.  In this consumer math lesson plan, 3rd graders create a shopping list of healthy food they would like to eat and pay for their food with fake bills.  Students work in groups of 2 as they simulate walking into a grocery store.
Fourth graders perform computation based on a cup of rice.  In this rice math lesson, 4th graders complete math examples and problems using rice for manipulatives. Students participate in an online game based on rice math.
First graders demonstrate money math skills while decorating a cookie with various toppings. They listen to a story, are given a specific amount of money to spend, and plan how they will spend their money on various combinations of toppings.
In this first grade math assessment worksheet, 1st graders complete 22 math problems based on the topics that were taught in first grade. The topics include telling time, solving word problems and addition and subtraction computation skills.
You know you have stumbled on something interesting when you launch this app. You are suddenly taken into a world of mystery and intrigue, and of course, math-skills practice.
What does math have to do with sports? This math report explains how math is used in sports. In boxing, area is needed to determine the size of the ring, statistics are compared and sorted, and points are counted. In baseball, math and physics are used to determine the rate and curve of a ball. Math really is everywhere.
Demonstrating the math to real-world connection, this instructor explains all he'll need to do to make pasta. He explains he will need to measure, count, and determine low, medium, and high. No actual math was used in this video, but it was mentioned.
This instructional activity focuses on unit conversion, proportions, ratios, exponents, and the metric system. Discuss measurement with your math class and demonstrate how to solve several health-science word problems. Give learners a chance to visit an interactive website to practice identifying metric measurements and give them conversion problems to solve on a worksheet.   
Exactly how big is Mount Rushmore? Young mathematicians develop their ability to find the area of complex figures as they look at one of our nation's famous monuments. Scholars begin by learning a brief history of Mount Rushmore and the methods used to create this spectacular sculpture. These techniques are then put into practice as children create and replicate drawings on cardboard boxes using a plumb-bob, ruler, and protractor. Finally, students use grids to calculate the area and lines of symmetry in the faces of the nation's great leaders. For higher grades, consider introducing the concept of scale when working with pictures of this enormous monument. This lesson spans over three to four days and uniquely brings together the subjects of math, history, and art.
Through several organized and attractive worksheets, your learners will make a deduction about tally marks and hieroglyphics to determine what they represent in the ancient numeral system. This is a well-designed, interdisciplinary worksheet with cross-curricular connections between ancient history and math.
Learners practice analyzing multi-step math problems. The activities outlined in this lesson provide students with an opportunity to expand their math vocabulary, use oral communication skills, and engage in discussion with peers regarding writing and math.
Young scholars practice their math skills. In this math connections lesson, students use their problem solving skills to solve math word problems regarding emergency responders.
Students discuss their math experiences from the past. In this math lesson plan, students write to describe their experiences in math. Additionally, students list math skills that they have.
Pupils use online games to reinforce math-facts knowledge, engage in a game the way they might be engaged in an arcade game, and try to be one of the class's top-scorers each week. A good filler or extension activity.
Students demonstrate how math is used in everyday life. In this math investigation lesson, students develop a class-list of ways they use math everyday. Students define math vocabulary words, such as "counting," "daily life," and "measure."
Students analyze how repeated body movements and shapes can represent and extend patterns. In this pattern analysis lesson, students discuss patterns in dance, math, and everyday living. Students demonstrate a dance using a sequence of movements. Students review dance concepts and participate in a pattern circle. Students complete a performing and responding process.
Pupils read poems, read phrases, and create a poster for what math is and relate it back to literature. They also discuss the impact math has had on literature.
Students explore math in their everyday lives. In this math lesson, students discuss how they use math in their everyday lives. Students work in groups to brainstorm how they use math everyday.