Color Tiles Teacher Resources
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Learners explore data. They gather data and generate questions about the data in pictographs, tallies, tables, and bar graphs. Students use color tiles pulled by random to create their own bar graph. They discuss the bar graphs they...
In this color the tile riddles worksheet, students solve and complete 6 different puzzles that include various riddles to solve. First, they determine the number that is represented by what color according to the information given. Then,...
Color tiles are used to model perfect squares. Alone or in pairs, middle schoolers will find patterns. Afterward, the relationship between perfect squares and roots will be discussed as a whole class.
In this word shape worksheet, students use the color word key to help them fit the word inside the tiles. Students spell the words ebony, purple, chartreuse, yellow, red, mahogany, maroon, turquoise, amber, and pewter.
Students explore the concepts of square roots and exponential expressions. In this square root and exponential expression activity, students complete an investigation called Building A Square Patio. Students use color tiles to develop...
Students explore how to multiply fractions using color tiles. They use the appropriate strategies for the multiplication of fractions. Students use 40 color tiles to practice multiplying fractions. They practice using various fractions...
Eighth graders explore prime and composite numbers. Given division problems, they use color tiles to model solutions to division problems. Through activities and observation, 8th graders discover the meaning of prime and composite...
Learners recognize, analyze, and use square color tiles and interlocking cubes to discover patterns in perimeter, area, and volume. They will then chart and graph their results.
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Break out those math manipulatives, it's time to teach about area! Capturing the engagement of young mathematicians, this three-lesson series supports children with learning how to measure the area of squares, rectangles, and other...
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Turn young mathematicians into landscape architects with this four-lesson series on area and perimeter. Beginning with a basic introduction to calculating perimeter and area using non-standard units of measurement, this instructional...
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Engage scholars in a ratio lesson that employs real-world scenarios. Learners will compare the length and width of pictures and use a table to identify ratio patterns. They watch "Math Can Take You Places" and discuss jobs that use math...
Elementary schoolers are arranged in pairs and view the video Math Works: Measurement: The Difference Between Perimeter and Area. They discuss any prior knowledge they have of the term perimeter and then brainstorm together what the...
K-5 Math Teaching Resources
From counters and calculators to pattern blocks and Unifix cubes, this collection of printable labels has exactly what you need to bring some organization to your elementary math class.
Students explore math functions by completing worksheets in class. In this word problem lesson, students read the story A Remainder of One and practice solving division problems from the story. Students complete a worksheet which...
Complete a lesson that introduces and explores operations with fractions and decimals. Pupils estimate the reasonableness of a decimal computation. Then discuss what operation is needed to find an answer. Handouts, web sources, and other...
Explore the concept of writing variable expressions by examining the similarities between expressions with numbers and expressions with variables. Emerging mathematicians determine rules for sequences and patterns before writing a rule...
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Pupils explore the concept of linear relationships. They discuss real-world examples of independent and dependent relationships. In addition, they use tables, graphs, and equations to represent linear relationships. They also use ordered...
In this perimeter and area instructional activity, students learn the formulas for perimeter and area and view model problems using tiles. Students work in groups to solve practice problems. Students define perimeter and area and explain...
Students extend linear and directional patterns, identify patterns in classroom and community environments, create original patterns incorporating the senses of sight and sound, and operate video and recording equipment.
Discover the difference between area and perimeter. Learners are grouped in twos and threes and each group has one advanced/gifted learner to serve as the peer helper. They receive manipulatives to help them determine the area and...
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