Investigation - Who is Right?
Third graders investigate two mathematic scenarios and determine which is correct. They compare adding columns and places (such as the tens place, hundreds place, and so on) and familiarize themselves with how to add larger numbers.
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Helping a Friend (+10 and Some More)
Start this addition lesson with a challenge: project a ten frame with three counters for three seconds and then ask pupils if (and how) many. Give learners individual mats and counters, and model a double ten frame activity: five...
1st - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Understanding Long Division: Whole Numbers
Smoothly transition your class into using the long division algorithm with this hands-on math lesson. Working in pairs, young mathematicians practice using base ten blocks or play money to model division by single-digit divisors....
2nd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Grade 4 Lessons for Learning
Designed specifically with Common Core standards in mind, this collection of 4th grade math lessons builds the number sense of young mathematicians as they explore the concepts of place value, multiplication of multi-digit numbers,...
4 mins 3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Ten-Frames – A Games Approach to Number Sense
"How can you help students visualize numbers in a way that is compatible with our base-ten number system?" The answer is simple: use ten-frames. Whether they're being used as a part of classroom routines or as instructional tools, this...
K - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable