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#### Symmetry of the Addition Table

Help your class discover the commutative property of addition with this exploration of the addition table. By folding and coloring the table, a symmetry is found that directs students to an understanding of this crucial mathematical...

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#### Halves, Thirds, and Sixths

An excellent activity that effectively pulls together the concepts of area, fractions, and equivalent fractions! Using 3x2 rectangular arrays, 3rd graders are introduced to the concept of area in terms of square units. Building on this...

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#### The Square Counting Shortcut

An excellent lesson that encourages students to discover how complex figures can be broken into simpler shapes when measuring area. Working with block letters, learners are given the freedom to develop their own strategies for...

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#### The Trouble with Tables

Tackle these tables. A performance task has learners complete two puzzles using addition and subtraction. They must fill in tables with missing addends, sums, minuends, subtrahends, or differences.

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#### Writing Informational Text: Community and School Gardens

Two informational texts feature community gardens of the past and present and how seeds grow. Scholars read, discuss what they have read, complete a timeline, define words, and compose a brief essay about the texts' main idea.

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#### Writing a Narrative: Two Frogs

Three options offer young writers the opportunity to read a short story, answer questions, and write a response. A handy language arts resource focuses on reading comprehension and analyziing the story's lesson: look before you leap.

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#### EL Juego de las Preguntas (Quiz Yourself!)

Put your Spanish skills to the test with an interactive self-assessment tool. Class members select the correct Spanish translation of an English phrase to score ten points and win the game!

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#### Solve Problems Using Measurement Concepts

Young mathematicians demonstrate what they know about measurement with a four-task assessment that focuses on estimation, length, and inches.

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#### Writing an Opinion: Is Pride Good or Bad?

Does pride really goeth before the fall, or can it be essential to one's development? Second graders read two of Aesop's fables that refer to pride in their morals, and write a short essay about whether pride is good or bad, based on...

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#### Comparisons 2

Need a quick review for greater than or less than? Young mathematicians use <, >, or = to complete a set of seven comparison number sentences.

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#### Ten $10s Make $100

If ten $10s make $100, then how much money do twenty $10s make? Young bankers find the number of bills required to make base ten amounts in three different word problems.

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#### Saving Money 1

How many days will it take Louis to save enough money for school supplies and new pair of shoes? Focus on Common Core math standards with a two-part task that involves a word problem and counting manipulatives.

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#### Three Composing/Decomposing Problems

Practice composing and decomposing numbers in base-ten using three word problems. Each problem presents a different scenario requiring learners to explain their thinking, find the number of ones, and find out different ways to make a...

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#### Counting Stamps

Stamps come in sheets, strips, and singles. Young mathematicians use their knowledge of hundreds, tens, and ones to determine how many stamps Mike has altogether.

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#### Looking at Numbers Every Which Way

Assess class members' ability to look at numbers every which way. A helpful activity contain four tasks, including writing numbers as a sum of 100's, 10's, and 1's, and drawing a picture to represent the number.

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#### Divide Shapes

Let's partition rectangles into equal parts. Assess learners on their ability to divide shapes into equal parts, and their ability to explain their thinking.

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#### Comparisons 1

A seven question worksheet asks learners to use place value strategies to decide if each number comparison is true or false.

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#### Making 124

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.

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#### One, Ten, and One Hundred More and Less

What's 1 more or less than a number? What's 10 more or 10 less than a given number? What's 100 more or 100 less than a number? These are the types of problems learners must answer in a six-question worksheet.

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#### Saving Money 2

Adding money is a key skill in life. Give a activity that requires second graders to find the total amount of money Louis needs to make certain school supply purchases.

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#### Regrouping

What number does 6 tens and 16 ones represent? How is it different from or similar to the number that 7 tens and 6 ones represent? This is the type of questions learners are asked to solve as a way to understand the concept of regrouping.

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#### Red and Blue Tiles

Here, second graders are tasked to find the patterns that have an even number of tiles. They are asked to think about why these patterns are even or odd and explain how they know.

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#### Largest Number Game

Learners are asked to make the largest three-digit number they can with the numbers 1, 8, and 5 in a quick assessment learning exercise.

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#### Digits 2-5-7

Given three digits, what is the largest humber you can make? What is the smallest number you can make? These are the questions second graders are prompted to answer in a three-question quiz.