Facing History and Ourselves
Transcending Single Stories
The focus of the second lesson in the Standing Up for Democracy unit is on the power of assumptions based on a single experience or point of view. Class members begin by journaling about assumptions others make about their identity based...
Times Tables - Multiplication
Introduce students to multiplication through this fantastic math worksheet. Provides beginners with an explanation of multiplication as repeated addition using pictures to help students visualize the meaning and process of multiplying....
Facing History and Ourselves
The Costs and Benefits of Belonging
Peer pressure and the desire for acceptance are powerful things. A thought-provoking lesson looks at the positive and negative effects of wanting to belong to a group. Class members examine the roles of the perpetrator, the victim, the...
Blue Man Group Learning Lab
The Blue Man Group, three bald performance artists painted blue, offer lessons designed to engage, intrigue, and excite the imaginations of all ages of learners. Groups craft a trickster tale, invent melodious mathematical instruments,...
Oakdale Joint Unified School District
Vocabulary Representation (Grade 1)
Support first grade math vocabulary with a reference page divided into three sections—the vocabulary word, its definition, and a picture representation. Terms include number bonds, arrow notation, commutative property and more!
K-5 Math Teaching Resources
Base Ten Mat (Tens and Ones with Tens Frame)
Working with base 10 blocks? Use this base 10 mat to organize blocks, tens and ones with one ten frame, and determine how many groups of blocks can be used to represent numbers.
Math, Age 3-5
Jump start children's math education with this fun basic skills resource. Offering dozens of different touch-and-swipe activities with colorful graphics, this program is perfect for all young learners.
Sort and Count II
Capture the engagement of young mathematicians with this hands-on sorting activity. Given a bag of objects, students work independently sorting the items based on their physical attributes, counting to determine the size of each group....
Sort and Count
Young mathematicians are on their feet and moving around in this primary grade sorting activity. After giving each child an object or picture card, they then sort themselves into groups, counting to see which has the most or least...
Time to switch up the seating arrangement in your class? Need to form random groups for an in-class activity or project? The object of this game involves class members switching seats precisely according to your directions and varying...
The Napping House
How many people and animals can cram into a single bed? Find out with this cross-curricular math and language arts lesson. Following along with a reading of the children's book The Napping House by Audrey Wood, young mathematicians add...
Owl Sharing: Odd and Even
Owl shares her worms with her best mates Fluffy and Bill. As worms are distributed to the two of them learners will see that when there is one left over the number is odd and when they have the same amount the number is even. This is a...
Counting by Grouping Objects
Kids can count to 100 by 2's, 5's, and 10's, it's called counting by grouping. They are presented with a variety of counting tasks, they count each set of objects by 10's, 2's and 5's then discuss which method was quickest. A challenge...
Sharing or Grouping?
In division, word problems often help learners understand the application aspect of the math. By prompting them to label division problems as either grouping or sharing, this worksheet takes a less intimidating and more relatable...
Matter And Materials
Students investigate the concept of identifying different objects in nature and classifying them into different categories. The students will describe and explain a group of the objects orally and in writing form that is appropriate to...
Count by 5s, 10s, and 100s
There's an easier way to count! Scholars get practice counting by 5 and 10 in this skip-counting worksheet. There are 10 problems, and for each they observe a set of objects that have been grouped. Learners skip count to get a final...
One and Tens Place Value - Step-by-Step Lesson
Give your pupils a grasp of place value in a two-digit number. They see a drawing of counting cubes in a stick of ten, then examine a set of four. Mathematicians determine how many blocks there are by grouping the tens. Ideally, you will...
How Many Fish in the Pond?
How many fish are in Mills Pond? Learners examine an image with 17 fish. There are four types of fish, each of which is displayed on a data chart. Focus on collecting data and counting as scholars record the number of each type in its...
Ones and Tens Place Value
As scholars examine place value, these exercises help them incorporate addition and grouping. First, they answer three missing-addend questions, each with 10 as the given addend. Because all of the missing numbers are single-digit, this...
Problem Solving: Division
A cute zoo theme sets the tone for a problem-solving activity which primes early learners for division. They separate zoo animals into equal groups and then write an equation that expresses the action.
Valentine Heart Candy
Each student gets a box of candy Valentine hearts. The students open the box and count how many of each colored heart they have in their box. The students use this information to make a bar graph and answer follow-up questions.
Things in Groups Puzzles
In this grouping puzzles worksheet, 7th graders solve and complete 8 different problems that include grouping in various puzzles. First, they read the clues given in each box to solve the puzzle. Then, students create their own puzzle...
In this classification worksheet, students classify items in two rooms into eight different groups by choosing different characteristics to classify items.
In this classifying worksheet, students read about grouping similar objects into categories based on similarities. They determine how the groups are related and they draw a diagram showing categories and subcategories.