Help students develop compare and contrast skills while they examine digital and analog clocks. This lesson can be used independently or in conjunction with the lesson Time to Tell Time: Showing and Writing Time.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream bar graphs! Students will get the basics of bar graphs down with this lesson that shows how data collection and graph composition works in a classroom setting.
In this St. Patrick's Day lesson, your students will play the card game memory! Students will create their own cards using addition math facts within 100 and apply different addition strategies to increase their fluency as they play.
What exactly does the number 97 mean? How about 454? In this lesson, students explore how two-digit numbers are made up of tens and ones. Then they use this understanding to subtract numbers within 1000.
This lesson provides students with practice as they find the missing parts of a whole and justify their reasoning. Use alongside the What's That Number lesson or alone as a support lesson for students.
Use this scaffolded EL support lesson to help students learn the strategy of decomposing three-digit numbers to add their place values. This lesson can be used alone or prior to teaching Composing and Decomposing to students.
Name that hero! In this lesson, your students will practice adding two digit numbers together. They will get more comfortable adding bigger numbers together, making it easier to add three digit numbers later on.