Where's the other half? In this lesson, young mathematicians learn the relationship between halves and symmetry through a fun scavenger hunt. Your students will have a blast figuring out what makes a shape symmetrical.
Provide students with an opportunity to identify the wholes that are correctly divided into halves, thirds, and fourths (equal shares). Use this activity alone as a support lesson or alongside Cookie Fractions Fun.
Get ready to divide these brownies! Your second graders will have fun learning about equal parts with this delicious worksheet. They will be tasked with dividing brownies into halves, thirds, and fourths. This is sure to make their mouths water!
Get ready to slice up that pizza! This worksheet has multiple pizzas divided into fractions of fourths. Your students will choose the fraction term that matches the illustration to complete each sentence correctly.
Slice those pieces and mix it up! In this lesson that follows “Slice It Up! Part One,” students will begin recognizing different ways to create equal shares in whole shapes, creating a fraction poster by the end of the lesson.
Are your students still tripped up by those tricky trapezoids? This geometry worksheet can help! Give your second graders a chance to have fun while they practice trapezoid identification with this cut-and-paste activity.
Out for the day? That's no problem with this classroom packet. With this daily sub plan, you will soon be ready to have a substitute in the classroom. Your substitute teacher can keep your students learning in your absence by using these robust lessons, worksheets, and activities.
Help your young mathematicians develop an understanding of spheres with this geometry resource. Students will seek to identify and count the three-dimensional shape using pictures of real-life objects.