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In this lesson students will move from constructing concrete models of what happens to a number when you multiply the number by 10 into drawing their own pictorial representations of the same process with numbers up to 1,000. They will develop an understanding of the rule 'a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right' and apply this rule to a variety of situations.
Students will increase their fluency with estimating/rounding decimal products and increase speed when finding these estimations. The game can be modified to practice estimating products of whole numbers, quotients of whole numbers, and quotients of decimals.
Students will explore a conceptual approach to multiplying two 2-digit numbers. Students will create, explore, describe, and record arrays built with place value pieces. The lesson supplies the understanding that will make multiplying multi-digit numbers easy to do.
Students will explore the concept of line symmetry. Students will explore two-dimensional pictures and decide whether or not each image has symmetry. Students will also fold pre-cut capital letters to decide whether or not each letter has symmetry.
This series of lessons guides students through the process of creating their own ABC book. This lesson can be used with any unit of study. This would be a great cross-curriculum activity.
Students will use the situational story of Aaron and Anya to add unlike denominators and determine common denominators in order to add the fractional pieces.
In this lesson, student use a situational story, to find the area of the fabric by multiplying two digits by two digits. Students determine what to do with the extra fabric as remainders come into play.
After students have read the novella Anthem, they will examine the poem "Invictus" and the lyrics and music video for "Run Boy Run" for elements of the Hero's Journey.
In this lesson, students will review how to graph positive numbers and then negative numbers on a number line. The students will review absolute value and apply this to different integers. They will then play a fun game to check understanding.
This resource is a video tutorial which teaches students how to add 5+3+6 using properties of operations. The video can be used as an introduction to properties of operations or as a refresher for students who may need extra help understading the concept.
Students will combine their understanding of adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators, finding equivalent fractions, and adding and subtracting mixed numbers with like denominators in preparation for adding and subtracting mixed numbers with unlike denominators.