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Can you skip count? Then you can multiply!

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders practice the skill of skip counting while being introduced to the concept of multiplication. They will use interlocking cubes to represent the action of multiplying. Then they will be introduced to the symbols and notation...
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To Be (Half) Or Not To Be (Half)

For Teachers 1st
First graders demonstrate various ways to represent and verify a whole or set separated in two, three, or four equal parts. Using interlocking cubes, Students model a part of a whole or a part of a set. They use appropriate tools and...
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Grade 5: Multiple Towers

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders use interlocking cubes to build towers to represent factors of numbers and place the towers in the appropriate places on a Tower chart in order to look for patterns. They work in partner groups, and finish by writing...
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Tetromino Math

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders practice utilizing geometric shapes by creating patterns.  In this geometry lesson, 3rd graders define many formal terms of shapes and movements.  Students utilize interlocking cubes to demonstrate different shape movements...
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Collecting Data and Graphing

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Young scholars practice collecting and graphing data using interlocking cubes. In this graphing lesson, partners count cubes and graph them. They also use a meter stick to measure arm span and height then compare the results with the...
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Squares and Cubes

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students 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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More and Fewer

For Students K - 1st
For this adding and comparing numbers worksheet, students count the interlocking cubes and write the number underneath. Students add the numbers in the two sets. Students circle the "train" of cubes that has more than the others.
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Fourths of Sets

For Teachers K - 1st
Students create a set of cards that represent factors of four and use these cards to play a game in which they practice separating numbers into fourths. They first practice separating numbers into fourths with a projected computer...
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Phoneme Photos

For Teachers K - 1st
This great activity incorporates counting, phoneme segmenting, and class photos. In pairs, learners take turns saying, counting, and checking the number of phoneme segments found in their class mate's names. They count the phonemes and...
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5 Coins and the Magic Doubling Pot

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
Don't be thrown off by the formatting here- the mathematical concept is solid. Learners read a story with a magic doubling pot that creates twice what is thrown into it. They first practice with an in-and-out chart, recording the result...
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Clapping Names

For Teachers K - 1st
Want to know what to do with those left over class pictures? Use them to help kids practice identifying and counting out syllables. Images of classmates are cut out and placed on a chart, then learners clap and count the syllables in...
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Writing and Evaluating Expressions—Multiplication and Division

For Teachers 6th Standards
Don't table the resource on writing expressions for relationships in tables. Scholars investigate relationships between variables and write algebraic expressions involving multiplication and division. These expressions help solve...
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Sentence Segmentation: Nursery Rhymes

For Teachers K - 1st
What makes a complete sentence? Words, of course! As your budding readers begin to understand this relationship, guide them through this nursery rhyme activity. Scholars examine pictures of ten familiar rhymes (included), mentally...
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Primary Counting Skills

For Teachers K - 1st
Class members drill and practice counting skills from 1 to 20. They count along with a puppet and when the puppet makes a mistake, they correct it. In pairs, they connect cubes to make a train and count the number used. On the last of...
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Measuring Real Stuff

For Teachers K - 1st
Looking for a good lesson on measurement? This one could be for ytou! Learners select and use appropriate nonstandard units to measure and compare lengths and weights of real-life objects. They use problem-solving skills to design a...
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Find It!

For Teachers K - 1st
Students consturct cube trains and use them to measure the length of selected objects in their classroom. They first "guess" with their eyes and then hold up a cube to check their guess.
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Collecting Data and Graphing

For Teachers 4th - 7th
Young mathematicians collect data and graph it. They work collaboratively to collect data regarding the span of arm length versus height and graph the data they collect.
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Patterns in Measurement

For Teachers 6th
Sixth graders use squares and cubes to find patterns in perimeter, area, and volume. They analyze algebraic expressions, tables, and graphs to determine patterns, relations, and rules. Finally, 6th graders use Excel to create three...
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Measure

For Teachers K - 2nd
Young scholars are asked what activities or things that they do each day. They are then asked do you do that in the morning, afternoon, or night? Students are then asked which of those things do you do first, second, third, and etc.
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More Rocket Science

For Teachers 3rd - 6th
Students observe two rocket science experiments, and create a graph to demonstrate the results. They draw a picture and write an explanation of the results of the experiments.
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Grade 1: More Land or Water?

For Teachers 1st
First graders listen as the teacher reads a story involving cross-continent traveling. Students collect a random sample by tossing an inflatable globe and recording whether they touch land or water each time they catch the globe in order...
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How Long? How Wide? How Tall? How Deep?

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Students estimate the length of given objects. In this measurement lesson, students explore the use of standardized measurement. They also approximate the measurement of given items. Students read stories about measurement and experiment...
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Exploring Projective Geometry

For Teachers 7th - 8th
In this exploring projective geometry worksheet, students use computer software for instruction, then answer 9 questions about 3D drawings.
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Rocket Patterns

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
Students create their own paper rockets. They identify different patterns and practice making their own. They also discover the concept of sequences.

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