In this lesson, children's literature is an introduction to multiplication. You will ...

In this lesson, children's literature is an introduction to multiplication. You will need a copy of "Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream" by Cindy Neuschwander in order to complete this lesson.

In this lesson, children's literature is an introduction to multiplication. You will ...

In this lesson, children's literature is an introduction to multiplication. You will need a copy of "Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream" by Cindy Neuschwander in order to complete this lesson.

This lesson requires the students to generalize concepts of place value, multiplication, ...

This lesson requires the students to generalize concepts of place value, multiplication, and division in order to compute the number closest to 1,000 using a calculator. Students will engage in mathematical discourse on the topics of comparing numbers and how multiplication changes the value of a number.

Students generalize concepts of place value, multiplication, and division in order to ...

Students generalize concepts of place value, multiplication, and division in order to compute the number closest to 1,000 using a calculator. Students will engage in mathematical discourse on the topics of comparing numbers and how multiplication changes the value of a number.

In this activty, students use their knowledge of fluently mutliplying number in ...

In this activty, students use their knowledge of fluently mutliplying number in order to race 300. Students will mutlipy with multiples of 10 (10, 20, 30, 40 or 50.)

In this activity, students play a game which builds their understanding of ...

In this activity, students play a game which builds their understanding of composing numbers to 20. The patterns and strategies students notice while playing the game are formalized through classroom discussion and follow-up activities. Ideas for assessment are also provided for the teacher.

Students build and determine the height of Cuisenaire rod towers. With a ...

Students build and determine the height of Cuisenaire rod towers. With a partner, students build a tower, decide the measurement tool to use, measure their tower, and make comparisons between the towers during a whole-class discussion .

In this lesson, students explore the connection between area and perimeter using ...

In this lesson, students explore the connection between area and perimeter using one inch tiles. The lesson is based on the book "Spaghetti and Meatballs for All," written by Marilyn Burns.

In this lesson, students explore the connection between area and perimeter using ...

In this lesson, students explore the connection between area and perimeter using one inch tiles. The lesson is based on the book "Spaghetti and Meatballs for All," written by Marilyn Burns.

Using the procedure of the "20 Questions" game, students will generate questions ...

Using the procedure of the "20 Questions" game, students will generate questions to deduce the "secret number" chosen on the hundreds board. Students will use many of the mathematical practices of the Common Core State Standards in order to generate their questions.

Using the procedure of the "20 Questions" game, students will generate questions ...

Using the procedure of the "20 Questions" game, students will generate questions to deduce the "secret number" chosen on the hundreds board. Students will use many of the mathematical practices of the Common Core State Standards in order to generate their questions.

Students will use attempt to generalize an efficient method for finding the ...

Students will use attempt to generalize an efficient method for finding the volume of a prism. Note: This lesson is not meant as an introduction for volume.

In this lesson, the students will use attempt to generalize an efficient ...

In this lesson, the students will use attempt to generalize an efficient method for finding the volume of a prism. Note: This lesson is not meant as an introduction for volume.

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