# Math Teacher Resources

Need elementary math resources? Use Lesson Planet to find curriculum covering topics such as counting, shapes (like this shape-dice printable!), addition, subtraction, time (this time concept book is fantastic), measurement, and arithmetic. Try this interactive to help youngsters understand the relationship between addition and subtraction.

For more advanced classes, find lessons on geometry, fractions, percent, ratios, rates, proportions (here's a great video), area (simple worksheet here), volume, triangles, angles, exponents, negative numbers, statistics and probability, linear equations, graphing, real-world problem solving, polynomials, trigonometry, and matrices. Even find resources for more advanced topics such as series, limits, and derivatives covered in calculus and pre-calculus courses.

Whether you are teaching the basics or advanced topics, Lesson Planet can guide you to resources that will make math come alive for students!

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CK-12 Foundation

#### Graphs Using Slope-Intercept Form: Zip-Line

For Students 7th - 9th Standards
Zip lines aren't so scary when all your scholars use them for is math. Young mathematicians see how the slope of a zip-line to a building changes as the height changes. They answer a set of challenge questions regarding the scenario.
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CK-12 Foundation

#### Forms of Linear Equations: Equation Exploration

For Students 8th - 9th Standards
Different forms, same line. Young mathematicians investigate the standard form, slope-intercept form, and point-slope form of a linear equation. An interactive has them adjust lines on a coordinate plane to see changes in each form of...
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CK-12 Foundation

#### Equations of Parallel Lines: Exploring Equations

For Students 9th - 11th Standards
Same slope, different point — what's the same and what's different about an equation? Young mathematicians use an interactive to position a line parallel to a given line and through a given point. They observe that the equation will have...
Assessment
Illustrative Mathematics

#### Peaches

For Students 4th Standards
Subtracting mixed numbers is easy when the fractions have the same denominator. Here, young mathematicians are prompted to find out how many pounds of peaches are left after Alfredo gives some pounds to his neighbor.
Assessment
Illustrative Mathematics

#### Making 124

For Students 2nd Standards
How many ways can you make the number 124 using only tens and ones? Use a task that prompts young mathematicians to make 124 in as many ways as possible.
Assessment
Illustrative Mathematics

#### Using Place Value

For Students 4th Standards
Learners count by tenths, hundredths, or tens in a task that uses decimal place value strategies. The young mathematicians then use <, >, or = to make correct comparisons between expanded decimal notations.
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Big Kid Science

#### Measuring Shadows Using an Ancient Method

For Teachers 8th - 12th
How did ancient peoples determine the height of really tall objects? Young scientists and mathematicians explore the concept of using shadows to measure height in a hands-on experiment. Paired pupils measure shadows, then calculate the...
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CK-12 Foundation

#### Graphs in the Coordinate Plane: Functions on a Cartesian Plane

For Students 6th - 8th
Connect the dots to graph a linear function. Young mathematicians use an interactive to first plot provided points on a coordinate plane. They connect these points with a line and then answer questions about the slope and y-intercept of...
Assessment
Illustrative Mathematics

#### Comparing Growth, Variation 1

For Students 4th Standards
Young mathematicians compare the growth of two snake lengths in feet over one year in a straightforward word-problem task.
Assessment
Illustrative Mathematics

#### Multiples of 3, 6, and 7

For Students 4th Standards
What are the common multiples of three, six, and seven? Assess young mathematicians ability to find the common multiples of three numbers in a straightforward math task.
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Education Development Center

#### Extending Patterns with Exponents

For Teachers 8th - 9th Standards
Don't think negatively about exponents. Young mathematicians dissect a fictional conversation between pupils trying to evaluate an expression with a negative exponent. This allows them to understand the meaning of negative exponents.
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CK-12 Foundation

#### Inequality Expressions: Inequality Graph

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Don't let inequalities be a drag. As young mathematicians drag the endpoint of the graph of an inequality in an interactive, the algebraic form of the inequality changes. This helps them see how the graph connects to the inequality.
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CK-12 Foundation

#### Equations with Variables on Both Sides: Rubber Ducky Math

For Students 8th
Rubber ducky, you're the one ... to help solve equations. Young mathematicians use an interactive to set up a situation involving rubber ducks. This helps users visualize and solve an equation with variables on both sides.
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CK-12 Foundation

#### Two-Step Equations with Subtraction and Multiplication: Cupcake Equation

For Students 7th - 9th Standards
Solving equations is a piece of cake. Young mathematicians use an interactive to create a bar model to representing a situation involving cupcakes. They use the model to solve for the cost of a cupcake.
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CK-12 Foundation

#### Complementary Angles: Corner Kick

For Students 7th - 10th Standards
Soccer is all about angles. Young mathematicians use an interactive to correctly position the path of a soccer ball so that it reaches the goal. They consider complementary angles when answering a set of challenge questions.
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CK-12 Foundation

#### Linear Pairs: Angles and Lines in a Perspective Drawing

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Gain some perspective on linear pairs. Aspiring mathematicians adjust the vanishing point on a perspective drawing. They see the effect on linear pairs of angles and answer five challenge questions based on their observations.