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#### Mental Math: Breaking Apart to Add

Develop mental math addition skills by breaking apart addends into 10s and extras. Worksheet has problem solving steps at the top of the page, and 8 practice exercises that lead to increasing independence using the process.

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#### Breaking Apart Numbers

Your skilled subtractors will appreciate this breakdown of three-digit numbers. Observing place value, learners separate both numbers in a subtraction problem into hundreds, tens, and ones. They subtract each part, using a graphic...

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#### Tens and Ones Guided Lesson

Understanding place value will open up a world of math comprehension for your learners. There are three parts to this worksheet, all with the objective of revealing the decomposition of numbers into tens and ones. First, scholars examine...

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#### Break-Aparts of 10

For this adding to 10 worksheet, students write the missing number in the box for the number sentences that add to equal 10. Students then draw a picture to show the break-aparts of 10.

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#### A Bobbie Bear's Buttons

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 students with the process, consider creating a worksheet or graphic...

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#### What is Inside an Alarm Clock Radio?

Tick tock! Viewers see the inside of an alarm clock radio and how it works as they watch the narrator of the video break apart an alarm clock radio. The presenter explains how the power unit, the housing unit, the clock, and the radio...

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#### The Geometry of Letters

Use the alphabet as a tool for teaching your class about geometric figures. Break apart capital letters into line segments and arcs. Classify angles as right, acute, or obtuse. Identify parallel and perpendicular lines. An excellent...

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#### Indicating Electrolysis

Sure, your learners know water is made up of two molecules, but watching them separate helps the class see the construction like never before. This resource provides directions on how to build a simple electrolysis device using a...

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#### Weathering Rocks

Here is a geology lesson that is sure to get your charges excited. It's all about the process of weathering of rocks. Learners study natural events that can cause rocks to break apart. Some of these events are: ice wedging, plant...

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#### The Importance of Food

Pupils make observations while eating food. They act out the process of food breaking down in the body and the roles of various chemical components, such as sugar and protein. It concludes with an activity illustrating the process and a...

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#### Introduce: Sequencing

Every story needs an order of events, but how do we know what comes first? As simple as this seems, it's important for scholars to break apart story lines to analyze the logic in event sequencing. Choose a fiction book to read aloud,...

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#### Study Jams! Area of Irregular Figures

Painting an irregular figure can be tricky if we don't know the exact area. This interactive presentation reveals that irregular figures can be broken into smaller, simple figures that use the area formulas. Go through two examples,...

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#### Pick Two

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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#### 2-Digit Addition Template

Learning two-digit addition isn't about memorizing steps, it's about understanding place value. Support the development of your class's number sense with these addition mats that help children break apart two-digit numbers into tens and...

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#### Applying the Properties of Operations to Add and Subtract Rational Numbers 1

Apply properties of operations to work with mixed numbers. The first lesson plan of two that works with properties of operations focuses on mixed numbers and converting opposites of sums. Pupils work with properties of operations to...

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#### High Energy Particles

How much energy is required to break apart an atomic nucleus and does it vary based on the type of atom? Scholars virtually experiment with a linear accelerator in order to answer these questions. They alter the voltage, length of the...

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#### Work and Force: Lifting a Bucket

How much work does it take to lift a bucket? An interactive presents a problem of lifting a bucket from the ground to the top of a building. Using their knowledge about work and integrals, pupils calculate the amount of work required to...

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#### Breaking the Muslim Monolith: Exploring Stereotypes

Bringing to light our own tendencies to stereotype is a key step toward becoming open-minded and informed members of a world community. Use this rich resource to discuss the harmful effects of stereotyping, as well as to consider the...

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#### Syllable Activity

Have young learners practice breaking apart multi-syllabic words. The entire word is written to the left and writers first copy the word adding a backslash, then write each syllable separately. The structure of this worksheet makes it...

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#### Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions

What happens when chemical bonds break and form? Science scholars explore the movement of energy in a chemical system by watching a well-rounded video. The narrators illustrate exothermic and endothermic reactions in terms of temperature...

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#### What is Inside a DVD Player? (1 of 5)

DVD players project movies in crystal clear resolution, but how do they do that? Watch as the presentor breaks apart a DVD player to display its inner workings. The first of five videos on DVD players focuses primarily on the housing of...

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#### Lessons in Looking: Imperialism Cartoons

Using a Smartboard, learners break apart symbolism found in a political cartoon published in 1902. They work to analyze the cartoon in terms of US Imperialism occurring in the late 1890s. All necessary materials are included in this well...

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#### How Do Hand Sanitizers Work?

Many hand sanitizers claim to kill 99.9 percent of bacteria—is that true? Learners explore how hand sanitizer actually works and how effective it is in an interesting video. They learn how hand sanitizer works to break apart the...

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#### A Lucky Break

Explore idioms with a chicken theme! Consider doing these activities prior to Thanksgiving, as there's a section about wishbones! First your youngsters will match a short list of idioms with their meanings. Then, give each learner the...