Making flash cards is something done by students of all ages. Help your kids develop good study habits with this lesson plan, which will teach them how to use flash cards and a dictionary to learn new vocabulary.
Do your students understand the power of 10? This lesson will allow your students to see the utility of the power of 10 in mathematics and come to a concrete conclusion of how 10 impacts the value of mathematical equations.
Let’s put it all together! In this lesson, students will explore the different parts of a drama or play. By the end of the lesson they will be able to define terminology related to plays and give examples of the unique genre features!
This lesson helps your students become confident mathematicians when it comes to representing fractions visually in a variety of ways. Use this lesson as a pre-lesson to Fraction Hunt or teach it independently.
Who doesn’t like to spend money and plan parties? Students will subtract two-digit numbers as they calculate the remaining money for their party supplies. They will subtract in multiples of ten and focus on place value.
This hands-on EL Math Lesson will help students develop compare and contrast skills while they think about effective ways to collect data. Use alongside Bar Graphs: Interpreting Data or as a stand-alone lesson.
Share the divvy out method for division and provide a foundation for learning the partial quotients method. This lesson can be used on its own or as support for Using the Partial Quotients Strategy for Division with One-Digit Divisors.
Reflecting on Multiplication and Division Word Problems
Teach your students how to reflect upon the information in multiplication and division word problems before solving them. Use this lesson on its own or as a pre-lesson to *Stepping Through Multiplication and Division Word Problems*.
We know that exposure and repetition are very important when teaching students to recognize coins and identify their values. Use this hands-on lesson that can be used alongside Counting Coins or as an independent lesson!
Middle school resources can sometimes fail to meet our expectations (or keep kids engaged). We offer middle school help designed for multiple types of learners. Visual learners may benefit from worksheets, while hands-on learners may find our activities more engaging. Learning about middle school science, for example, may be best explored with activities. Check out our high school educational resources to find out what's ahead.
This is it: Your student has made it to middle school. Things get considerably more complicated when your student reaches this level: Gone are the days of alphabet writing and times tables, in comes cell structure and algebraic expressions. It's no surprise that some students need help here, and we have all sorts of ways to make middle school a little less stressful. Try some of our middle school resources to boost your student's learning of these complex concepts, no matter what subject or topic they need help in. For starters, there are some printable worksheets on things like reading comprehension and subtracting fractions, and for kids that like the hands-on aspect of learning, a multitude of activities to really make these lessons stick. Middle school is a time of many changes, but with our learning materials, we can at least help make the learning part of it a little bit easier on your child.