Teaching Math Teacher Resources
Math history, stories, teacher strategies and resources, manipulatives, and common core math information are some of the fabulous resources included in this section that speaks to and empowers the teacher to invigorate learning for learners.
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R & R - Incorporating Literature While Teaching Math - Ordered Pairs - "The Polar Express"
Third graders create pictures using ordered pairs after listening to a piece of literature. In this ordered pairs and literature instructional activity, student listen to and discuss The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg. They...
Teaching Place Value in First Grade: A Resource Guide
1st CCSS: Designed
Here is a guide for teaching place value concepts to first graders. The guide includes collaborative learning station ideas and independent learning station ideas for pupils. The skills focused are skip counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s,...
Telling Time For Children—Learning the Clock
6 mins 1st - 3rd CCSS: Adaptable
Project this YouTube video overhead while your young students follow along and learn to tell time on an analog clock. This five-minute video is a great introduction to telling time. Kids learn the big hand points to the hour and the...
Math of the Path: Students Calculate Data from the Lewis and Clark Journey
6th - 8th
Students use calculations to complete the same journey of Lewis and Clark. They answer questions along their way and share information they gather with the class. They compare their calculations with those made by Lewis and Clark.
Odyssey of the Mind Curriculum Activity: Made Up Math
6th - 8th
Is there a way to connect creative thinking, logical reasoning, mathematical understanding, and humor? You bet there is! Kids begin by creating creative math quizzes, which require creative thinking to solve. For example, 1+1=24, one...
Math Lesson for Visually Impaired Early Learners: A 3 Way Counting Activity
Pre-K - K
A unique lesson plan that's designed for visually impaired early learners, but can be adapted for anyone, is here for you. Pupils use brightly colored foam letters, beads, checkers, and an abacus, in order to gain practice in identifying...
Math Lesson Plan Using Jelly Beans and Graphing to Understand Fractions
Fifth graders identify fractional parts of a whole. In this fractions lesson, 5th graders are given jelly beans to sort and graph by color. Students identify what fractions specific colors represent. There is a worksheet included with...
"Mastering Math Vocabulary" of Prime and Composite Numbers
Sixth graders explore prime numbers by utilizing Venn Diagrams. In this number sense lesson, 6th graders examine mathematical sentences and define mathematical vocabulary terms. Students sort various prime and composite numbers using a...