Math Teacher Resources

Need elementary math resources? Use Lesson Planet to find curriculum covering topics such as counting, shapes (like this shape-dice printable!), addition, subtraction, time (this time concept book is fantastic), measurement, and arithmetic. Try this interactive to help youngsters understand the relationship between addition and subtraction. 

For more advanced classes, find lessons on geometry, fractions, percent, ratios, rates, proportions (here's a great video), area (simple worksheet here), volume, triangles, angles, exponents, negative numbers, statistics and probability, linear equations, graphing, real-world problem solving, polynomials, trigonometry, and matrices. Even find resources for more advanced topics such as series, limits, and derivatives covered in calculus and pre-calculus courses.

Whether you are teaching the basics or advanced topics, Lesson Planet can guide you to resources that will make math come alive for students!

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Medical Insurance 3

For Students 11th - Higher Ed Standards
Create a technical report explaining the components of a medical plan through a function. The project-based learning activity gives a medical insurance scenario that young mathematicians model using piecewise functions. Their analyses...
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Miles of Tiles

For Students K - 12th Standards
Create number sentences and equations to solve geometric problems. Each activity in the series of five asks young mathematicians to consider different-sized tiles to build structures according to specific criteria. The first activities,...
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Tri-Triangles

For Students K - 12th Standards
Develop an understanding of algebraic sequences through an exploration of patterns. Five leveled problems target grade levels from elementary through high school. Each problem asks young mathematicians to recognize a geometric pattern....
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Movin 'n Groovin

For Students K - 12th Standards
Examine the consequences of varying speed.  An engaging set of five problem sets challenges young mathematicians by targeting a different grade level from K-12. In the initial lesson, scholars make conclusions about the time it takes two...
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Determination of the Refractive Index of a Glass Block Using Snell's Law

For Teachers 11th - 12th Standards
Willebrord Snellius, an astronomer and mathematician, is known in the English speaking world as Snell. The third lesson in the 11-part series uses Snell's Law. Scholars locate an image formed in a glass block with a search pin. Then they...
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Exponent Properties with Variable Expressions: Integer Powers

For Students 8th - 12th Standards
Exponent properties can be complicated for learners. A creative lesson seeks to simplify the concept and build a solid understanding. Young mathematicians have the opportunity to create numerous expressions and analyze the simplified...
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Quadratic Functions and Equations

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
The form of a quadratic function paints a picture of its graph. Young mathematicians explore this connection by locating key features on a graph and then writing the corresponding equations. The interactive tutorial highlights key...
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Exponential Decay: Cool Sunglasses

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
Who wouldn't want to wear four pairs of sunglasses? Each pair of sunglasses reduces the percent of incoming light by one-half. An interactive tutorial helps young mathematicians build a graph that models this scenario. They then explore...
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Equivalent Ratios

For Teachers 6th Standards
Equivalent ratios show up on tape. Young mathematicians use tape diagrams to create equivalent ratios in the initial instructional activity on the topic. They learn the definition of equivalent ratios and use it to build others in the...
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Locating Ordered Pairs on the Coordinate Plane

For Students 6th Standards
Four quadrants, four times the fun. Future mathematicians learn the terminology associated with the coordinate plane and how to plot points in all four quadrants. A worksheet tests their understanding of the material in the 16th...
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Exponential Terms Raised to an Exponent: Exponential Sliders

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Discover the pattern of exponents through an interactive lesson. Young mathematicians manipulate sliders and watch the result as they change the base or exponents in an expression. The tutorial shows them the simplified expression and...
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Exponential Properties Involving Quotients

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Watch as exponential expressions expand and contract! An interactive tutorial leads young mathematicians to the discovery of the quotient property of exponents. Through exploration, they realize that an x in the numerator will cancel an...
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Four-Leaf Clover Practice Division

For Teachers 3rd - 4th Standards
Four-leaf clovers are lucky, and finding them can be tricky. Look no more, because here is a four-leaf clover division practice worksheet. Young mathematicians solve division problems in a 19x20 grid before coloring each square a color...
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Summer Theme Find A Fact

For Students 3rd - 6th Standards
Have young mathematicians find multiplication and division facts in an 8x8 summer-themed grid. Class members identify three sets of numbers that include a quotient and product by inserting the appropriate signs between each number to...
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Pythagorean Theorem to Determine Distance: Ladders

For Students 8th - 12th Standards
Young mathematicians to the rescue! Pupils use an interactive to find lengths relating a ladder against a building. The problems involve determining how long a ladder must be to reach a given floor to what floor can a given ladder reach.
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The Order of Operations

For Teachers 6th Standards
Future mathematicians learn how to evaluate numerical expressions by applying the order of operations. They evaluate similar-looking expressions to see how the location of parentheses and exponents affects the value.