How Many Eggs are Left?
Students determine the answers to five subtraction problems by counting the number of eggs in a carton and subtracting the number of eggs that break. Students cut and paste the correct answer.
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“Crossing the Decade” Concentration
Young mathematicians concentrate on learning to fluently count. Following the rules of the classic game Memory, children take turns flipping over cards in order to find pairs of numbers that cross a decade (e.g. 29 and 30). For younger...
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Designed
"Eggs-ploring" Math with Jellybeans
Learners work in pairs with a small bag of jellybeans to estimate the number of candies in their bags and then figure out how many groups of 10 jellybeans are contained in their bags. They then graph the information using a pictograph or...
1st - 4th Social Studies & History