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#### Place Value & Picasso

For Teachers 3rd - 5th Standards
Place value to the millions is the focus of this math lesson plan. Third and fourth graders investigate multiple ways to represent a number. They examine place value while studying factual information about Pablo Picasso. Resources are...
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#### Apple Farm Field Trip

For Students 1st - 3rd Standards
Monitor the growth of young mathematicians with a comprehensive addition and subtraction assessment. Using the context of a class field trip to an apple orchard, this series of four story problems allows children to demonstrate their...
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#### Christina's Candies

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st Standards
Help Christina figure out how many chocolate and lemon candies she has with a lesson on decomposing numbers. When presenting this context to the class, the teacher chooses the total number of candies and the number that are chocolate,...
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#### Pick Two

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st Standards
Learning to break apart numbers into smaller pairs is a critical step young mathematicians take as they develop their number sense. To practice this skill, children are provided with sets of three numbers and are asked to pick the two...
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#### What’s Missing?

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st Standards
Now you see them, now you don't! This fun peek-a-boo activity engages young mathematicians in developing their ability to compose and decompose numbers. After being presented with a series of counters, children close their eyes while the...
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#### Shake and Spill

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st Standards
Entertaining as well as educational, this math activity about decomposing numbers is bound to capture the engagement of young learners. Given a cup and five two-color counters, young mathematicians simply shake and spill the cup,...
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For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Here are four examples of double-digit horizontal addition. Learners are shown how to compute numbers horizontally, by first adding the tens and then the ones columns and then adding them both together. This is a great way to boost...
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#### Multiplication Magic

For Teachers 4th - 5th
Investigate multiplication problem solving strategies by working with base 10 blocks. Learners decompose problems with a Merlin the Magician theme. Multiple resources are provided.
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#### Addition and Subtraction up to 100

For Teachers 4th - 5th
After reviewing double-digit addition and subtraction up to and from 100, learners are introduced to addition and subtraction up to and from 10,000. A grid is used along side number decomposition to help them solve a word problem...
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#### Make 9

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st Standards
Learning how numbers are put together as parts and wholes is a big step in building the foundational number sense of young mathematicians. Here, children are given a number less than 10 and are asked to find as many pairs of numbers as...
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#### A Bobbie Bear's Buttons

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st Standards
Young mathematicians help Bobbie Bear pick colored buttons out of a box as they learn how to decompose numbers less than 10 into pairs of smaller numbers. To support young scholars with the process, consider creating a worksheet or...
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#### Renaming and Grouping

For Students 1st - 3rd Standards
Can your class break the numbers 16, 2, 12, and 7 into their component parts? Children are presented with two problems where they add the numbers 12 and 7 and 16 and 2. In order to complete their task, they'll need to decompose the...
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For Teachers K - 1st
Eat your math manipulatives, are you serious? Yup, Learners listen to the story The M &amp; M's Addition book, add single digit numbers to reach sums up to six, and demonstrate addition and subtraction number combinations using several...
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#### Number Recognition

For Teachers K
Explore numbers 0-10 with your class. They will investigate numbers. Then construct picture illustrations regarding numbers and determine that different pictures may have the same meaning.
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For Teachers 2nd
The handy teacher notes attached to each slide make this an easy-to-use math resource. Second graders roll a die and practice doubling the numbers. They then discuss the idea of doubles plus one and deconstructing numbers to build solid...
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#### Composition and Decomposition of Ten

For Teachers K - 1st
Using a variety of mathematical models, 1st graders play partner games to compose and  decompose the number ten. They practice counting all and counting on with number lines and 10 frames. Instructions for games are not included, but...
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#### Playing the Cards of Place Value

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Third graders explore place value to the ten-thousands place. In this amazing, 21-page place value lesson, learners represent numbers in standard and expanded form, and use technology to represent numbers to 9,999.
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#### Practicing a Strategy for Subtraction

For Students 1st - 3rd
Make sure your math class actually understands what they are doing when it comes to subtraction. This fantastic worksheet actually scaffolds their processing by diagramming each step, including a check using addition with partitioning....
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#### Partitioning Numbers

For Teachers 2nd - 3rd
Partitioning or decomposing double and triple-digit numbers is a wonderful way to build number sense and a basic understanding of place value. Here are 12 different numbers, partitioned into their base units and tens or hundreds...
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#### Decomposition, Numbers, and Subtraction

For Teachers 2nd - 3rd
Wonderful for visual learners, this presentation provides images of 10's and 1's cubes, to reinforce the concept of subtraction. Learners practice along with the teacher as 10's and 1's cubes are scratched off.