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#### Common Core Math: 4th Grade

Kick math instruction into high gear with a collection made up of lesson plans, activities, worksheets, videos, and apps created to enhance and reinforce fourth grade math concepts. Check out each resource's notes to discover which...

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#### Math Stars: A Problem-Solving Newsletter Grade 6

Think, question, brainstorm, and make your way through a newsletter full of puzzles and word problems. The resource includes 10 different newsletters, all with interesting problems, to give class members an out-of-the box math experience.

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#### Fraction Equivalence, Ordering, and Operations

Need a unit to teach fractions to fourth graders? Look no further than this well-developed and thorough set of lessons that takes teachers through all steps of planning, implementing, and assessing their lessons. Divided into eight...

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#### Growing Patterns: Practical Pattern Problems

Your learners explore growing patterns by describing, extending, creating, and evaluating practical pattern problems in this three-day collaborative unit. Beginning with concrete patterns and function tables to extend and describe with a...

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#### Alice in Fractalland

Take your class on a field trip to Fractalland where they'll learn all about number and shape patterns. Based on Disney's movie Alice in Wonderland, this resource takes young mathematicians on an adventure as they explore patterns in...

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#### “I Can” Common Core! 4th Grade Math

Engage young mathematicians in monitoring their learning with this Common Core checklist. Each standard is written as an "I can" statement, providing fourth graders with clear goals to work toward throughout the school year.

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#### Study Jams! Number Patterns

Finding patterns is an essential skill for mathematicians of all ages. Follow along with Zoe as she walks step-by-step through the process of identifying and completing number patterns. Work through the Try It! problems as a whole class...

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#### A Hundred Bales of Hay

This lesson combines math, visual arts, and language arts activities that all focus on the making, and baling of hay. The activities can be adjusted to address different age ranges. Most of the activities focus on gaining...

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#### Building and Expanding Patterns

The generation of a number, or shape pattern, is the focus of this math lesson. Pupils are presented with a variety of patterns shapes, and number patterns, then use worksheets embedded in the plan to gain further practice. The...

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#### Curse Reverse

Build towers with algebraic expressions. Pupils use algebraic expressions to build towers that allow their players to navigate a series of rooms. Learners evaluate expressions using different values for the variables to create a pathway...

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#### STEM Construction Block Activities

Build on techies' knowledge of engineering design. A set of STEM lessons for grades one through six provides instructors with suggestions for engineering instruction. The activities require pupils to design and build structures, such as...

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#### Patterns: Beads under a Blanket - Intermediate and Middle School Grades

Apply pattern knowledge to bead patterns. The formative assessment lesson provides pupils the opportunity to show what they know about patterns and functions. Learners take a pre-assessment, then build upon their answers at the beginning...

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#### Whole Number Multiplication: Parity of Zero

An interactive provides five questions that challenge scholars to decide whether integers are even or odd parity. A table assists problem solving with movable numbers that plug into equations and reveal the given parity. Question types...

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#### Celebrate Benjamin Banneker

Inventor, astronomer, surveyor, mathematician, clock maker. Learners celebrate the life of Benjamin Banneker by building creative analog clocks, making scale models, and solving problems related to surveying. The activities model the...

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

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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#### Comparing Growth, Variation 2

A twist on the first variation of the growth task, this task poses an argument on two explanations of which snake grew more, based on the idea that two is a larger part of six rather than 10.

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#### Comparing Growth, Variation 1

Young mathematicians compare the growth of two snake lengths in feet over one year in a straightforward word-problem task.

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#### Multiples of Nine

Which numbers are multiples of 9? Task class members to find the first ten multiples of 9 in a straightforward assessment worksheet.

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#### Double Plus One

Practice doubling with a straightforward worksheet. Learners double plus one each number in the table, and then answer a series of hypothetical math equations.

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#### Integer Combinations—Postage Stamps Problem (MS Version)

Number patterns can seem mysterious. Help your learners unravel these mysteries as they complete an intriguing task. Through examination, collaborative groups determine that they are able to produce all integers above a certain value by...

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#### Between the Lines

Explore linear and square dimensions by comparing areas of similar figures. A creative set of five activities designed for elementary through high school classes asks young scholars to compare areas of specific polygons. The first two...

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#### Double Down

Double the dog ears, double the fun. Five problems provide increasing challenges with non-linear growth. Topics include dog ears, family trees and population data, and geometric patterns.

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#### Circular Reasoning

Examine the origin and application of pi in five different levels. The five lessons in the resource begin with an analysis of the relationship between the radius and circumference of a circle. The following lessons lead learners through...

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#### Tri-Triangles

Develop an understanding of algebraic sequences through an exploration of patterns. Five leveled problems target grade levels from elementary through high school. Each problem asks young mathematicians to recognize a geometric pattern....