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### We found 1,209 resources with the concept basic operations

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#### Translate Basic Expressions and Equations to Words

The symbolic nature of mathematics is perplexing to some scholars. Help them out using a video lesson that offers explanations and examples of how to read a mathematical sentence. By translating expressions and equations into words,...

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#### Math Grade 6: Extended Performance Task—Bracelet Sales

Let's start a rubber band bracelet business. Young entrepreneurs design bracelets made from rubber bands and determine how much profit they can make. This requires using real-world cost information and calculating unit rates.

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#### Read Expressions in Which Letters Stand for Numbers

Pencil in the resource on writing verbal phrases into your lesson plans. The 15th installment of a 36-part module has scholars write verbal phases for algebraic expressions. They complete a set of problems to solidify this skill.

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#### Division of Rational Expressions: Step by Step

Division just got a little trickier! An interactive lesson highlights the steps of dividing two rational expressions. Young scholars determine the order of the steps from a bank of possible work.

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#### Read Expressions in Which Letters Stand for Numbers II

Reading and writing take on a whole different meaning in math class. Young mathematicians learn to read verbal phrases by focusing on operation words. They write equivalent algebraic expressions for both mathematical and contextual...

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#### Diminishing Return

Challenge individuals to compete as many tasks as possible. Lower-level tasks have pupils apply costs and rates to solve problems. Upper-level tasks add algebraic reasoning and conditional probability to the tasks.

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#### End-of-Module Assessment Task: Grade 8 Module 1

It's all in the numbers. Determine your pupils' level of understanding of scientific notation using this assessment task. The final lesson in the series assesses scholars on the application of scientific notation in real-life situations....

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#### Efficacy of Scientific Notation

How many times could California fit into the entire United States? Pupils use scientific notation to find the answer to that question in the 12th installment of 15 lessons. It asks scholars to write numbers in scientific notation and...

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#### Identifying Multiplication

Viewers learn to recognize the several representations of multiplication with a video that provides examples of simplifying a numerical expression where the multiplication is written in different ways. The presenter provides a helpful...

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#### Adding Mixed Measures

Examine an approach to adding measures of various units. An instructor demonstrates a horizontal approach to adding mixed measures by borrowing from the larger measures. The examples shown include time and length.

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#### Operation Snowman

Reinforce math operations—addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division—with an interactive math practice that challenges scholars to read word problems and choose the operation necessary to find the right answer. Each correct...

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#### 4th Grade Math: Multi-Step Word Problems

Solving word problems requires reading comprehension and math computation. Through an interactive slideshow presentation, fourth graders observe and follow each step toward solve multiplication and division word problems.

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#### Aunt Sally Poster

Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally is the mnemonic device for the order of operations featured on an informative and engaging mathematic poster.

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#### A Surprising Boost from Geometry

Working with imaginary numbers — this is where it gets complex! After exploring the graph of complex numbers, learners simplify them using addition, subtraction, and multiplication.

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#### Math Review: Algebraic Operations

Need to prep your science learners in math? Here is a resource that serves as a review guide to support your scientists with the math they need to be successful in chemistry. Comes with basic algebraic problems and a review of some...

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#### Math Games for Skills and Concepts

A 27-page packet full of math games and activities builds on algebra, measurement, geometry, fractional, and graphing skills. Young mathematicians participate in math games collaboratively, promoting teamwork and skills practice.

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#### Operations and Whole Numbers

Remind sixth graders of the traditional algorithms often used to solve mixed equations with a lesson on operations and whole numbers. Because young mathematicians often make mistakes and find these methods inefficient, the bulk of the...

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#### Place Value

How many tens are in the number 125? Most students would say there are two tens, but there are actually 12. Incorporate this lesson into your place value unit to help third graders deepen their understanding of the concept.

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#### Order on the Board!

Young mathematicians develop their understanding of the order of operations with a fun hands-on game. Taking turns, children first roll three dice and then use the numbers to create expressions that equal one of the numbers on the game...

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#### Algebra 1 Readiness Test

Your learners will appreciate this assessment of basic skill calculations that are prerequisite to Algebra1. Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing procedures are addressed in conjunction with whole numbers, decimals, fractions,...

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#### Math Reference Sheet

Your young learners will enjoy having quick access to this reference sheet that includes a multiplication chart, formulas for perimeter, area, and volume, place value chart, fraction chart, basic types of polygons, triangles and lines...

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#### Math Games Students Like to Play

These may not all be your cup of tea, but you'll likely find some gold in this math games packet. Find brief, easy-to-execute games (like Integer Football) and that are perfect for review or even a substitute teacher plan.

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#### In the Dog House

Teach your young pups some new tricks with this math facts activity. Using a deck of cards and the included game board, pairs of young mathematicians draw cards and attempt to make products that are larger than their partners' products...

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#### Writing Task 6.EE.1

Assess young scholars' fluency with basic arithmetic using this simple exit card. Given four different expressions involving the addition, subtraction, or multiplication of two numbers, students must identify which two expressions are...