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This is a checking account debit and credit lesson

Title – Checking Account Math By – Mary Baker Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – 4 Mathematics Standard: 4.N.25 Vocabulary: credit, debit, checkbook, transaction register Instructional Objective: Students will be able to work in cooperative groups to add and subtract money. …

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Subject:

Math  

Grade:

4  

This multidisciplinary lesson centers on cookies and the letter “C”

Title – Cookie Jar By – Chasity Primary Subject – Art Secondary Subjects – Math Grade Level – Pre-K Activity – Letter “C” — Cookie Jar Curriculum Areas: Math – by counting cookies, talking about shapes, and helping with measuring in the …

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Subjects:

Art, Math  

Grades:

PreK, K  

Teaching Temperature is the title of this lesson involving Fahrenheit Vs Celsius

Title – Teaching Temperature By – Ally Myers Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Science Grade Level – 3-4 “The Little t” In order to help with the memorization of Fahrenheit and Celsius freezing/boiling points I created what I call the …

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Subjects:

Math, Science  

Grades:

3, 4  

Here student height comparison charts are created with Microsoft Excel

Title – Charting Heights on Excel By – Gayle Ryan Primary Subject – Computers / Internet Secondary Subjects – Math Grade Level – K – 2 Materials: Computer with Microsoft Excel program, yardstick, pencil and paper, printer. Objective: To introduce students to …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

This lesson idea on rounding is called “We’ve Got Power”

Title – We’ve Got Power By – Kim Cajacob Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Grade Level – 3-4 TLW round to the nearest tens, hundreds, and thousands. Tell students that 0,1,2,3,and 4 have no power, but 5,6,7,8,and 9 have power! …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

3, 4  

A lesson on measurement of area and perimeter

Summer Jett Topic: Measurement (area and perimeter) Grade level: Second or Third Objective: Students will be able to demonstrate that objects with the same perimeter do not necessarily have the same area. Materials: centimeter squared paper, string Procedure: Begin by having students …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

2, 3  

A very good Math lesson on Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

The Ice Cream Stands Problem Laura Drew Topic: One Way Functions, Problem Solving, Critical Thinking Grade Level: 4 or 5 Objective: Students should be able to solve the problem, which is an example of a one way function. Therefore, the students should …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

4, 5  

This money idea is on grocery shopping

Title – Grocery Shopping with money By – Debbie Haren Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Grade Level – 3rd grade Materials: Play money Play coin money Grocery store coupons pencil paper pretend cash register if possible pretend food Activity: Have …

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Subject:

Math  

Grade:

3  

Here’s an idea for Greater Than / Less Than Bingo

Title – Math Bingo By – Debbie Haren Subject – Math Grade Level – 3 to 4 Take a blank bingo sheet and put < > and = signs in different squares of the card. Then make up equations to put on …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

3, 4  

Math Egg Wrap

By – Melanie Roberts   OBJECTIVES: Students will explore circumference, measurement, and estimation with an interactive activity.   MATERIALS: small blown-up balloon yarn glue   Skill: Students will determine the circumference of the balloon (by measuring the diameter and using the equation …

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Subjects:

Art, Math  

Grades:

3, 4, 5  

In this lesson, students create spreadsheets and graphs of Skittles colors

Title – What Color Are Your Skittles? By – Ellyn Bewes Primary Subject – Computers / Internet Secondary Subjects – Math Grade Level – 5-6 What Color Are Your Skittles? Discipline/ Focus: Computer Applications State/Local Standard – Florida: Create and manipulate spreadsheets …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math  

Grades:

5, 6  

A collection of questions for a Math test

Math General Test for 10/11 Year Olds by Martyn Steel 1. Write in words 15,408 2. Add together the even numbers between 9 and 15 3. 3 x 10 x T = 150. Find T 4. If May the 1st fell on …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

2, 3, 4, 5  

Small, big, huge and enormous vocabulary activities for “The Enormous Turnip”

Title – The Enormous Turnip By – Vanessa Guerrero Primary Subject – Language Arts Secondary Subjects – Math Grade Level – K Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: 111.12.b. Language Arts, Kindergarten: (K.4) Listening/speaking/communication. The student communicates clearly by putting thoughts and feelings …

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Subjects:

Language Arts, Math  

Grade:

K  

“Beep Beep Vroom Vroom” is a pattern lesson with colors and cars

Title – Beep Beep Vroom Vroom! By – Amanda Marshall Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – PK Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills Standards: 111.2.a.1 recognizing patterns and relationships among objects Learning Objectives: TSW recognize and reproduce simple patterns of concrete objects …

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Subject:

Math  

Grade:

PreK  

A Geometry lesson called Building a Model of a Dream Home

Math Building a Model of a Dream Home Three-Dimensional Shapes AUTHOR: Terry Sayre, Tigard, OR GRADE LEVEL/SUBJECT: 2-5, geometry OVERVIEW: In this activity, students will identify what shapes architects use to build houses. Students will then explore these shapes by building a …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

2, 3, 4, 5  

Here students demonstrate understanding of patterns and geometric shapes while creating Native American Wall Hangings

Title – Native American Wall Hangings/Geometry By – Dionn Brown Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Art, Social Studies, Grade Level – 4-5 Objective:Identify geometric patterns by stating their rules; extending the patterns by generalizing and making predictions Time required: 1 …

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Subjects:

Art, Math, Social Studies  

Grades:

4, 5  

Students make a classroom graph showing how many letters are in each student’s name in this lesson

Title – What’s in a name? By – Julie Wilson Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – K-3 Materials: Colors, graph paper, Chrsyanthum by Kevin Henkes I begin this lesson by asking the students is there anything special about their names. For …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3  

Students learn to express the meaning of Pi in words with this lesson

Title – What is Pi? By – Jill M. Snyder Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Grade Level – 6-8 Objective: At the end of this lesson the students will be able to describe in words what Pi is and means. …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

In this Kidspiration lesson, students make a bar graph of their home activities

Title – Bar Graphs By – Sabine Saeidifar Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subject – Computers & Internet Grade Level – 3-4 Benchmarks and Objectives: After this lesson, students will be able to: Read and interpret bar graphs in both horizontal and …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math  

Grades:

3, 4  

Greater Gator is a lesson that works with greater than and less than

Title – Greater Gator By – Jeff Thomas Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Grade Level – 4-5 Greater Than and Less Than Educational Objective: To learn the signs for greater than and less than. To know when you use what …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

4, 5  

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