What Number Makes the Sentence True?
In this math equations activity, students analyze 15 math sentences that have a missing number. Students fill in the number that makes each sentence true. Example: 5 + 11 = ____x2
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A Picture Tells . . . Three Facts
Elementary schoolers evaluate a set of shapes in which some are shaded and some are not. They then write three multiplication sentences for each group of shapes that tells the number that are shaded, not shaded, and total. There are...
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Transforming Word Problems into Number Sentences Transforming Word Problems into Number Sentences
Practice using problem solving strategies by breaking down word problems into a series of visual "stair" steps. Learners restate what is being asked, locate word clues, eliminate unnecessary information, and determine the operation to be...
2nd - 5th Math
Estimate the Measure of an Angle Using Benchmark and One-Degree Angles
Have you ever wondered how to estimate the measurement of an angle? As you will see, angles are everywhere and because this is true, benchmarks can be used to compare and estimate an approximate measurement. First, the lesson reviews how...
6 mins 4th - 5th Math CCSS: Designed