Curated OER

#### General Math Jeopardy

Here's an interactive way to review some basic concepts. Math Jeopardy!! Five categories, five questions each on number sense, fractions, geometry and measurement, decimals, and algebraic thinking. Have fun!!

Mathed Up!

#### Functional Maths Questions

Dang, it's a word problem! Pupils address a variety of word problems that involve knowledge of proportions and geometric topics. The General Certificate of Secondary Education review problems require determining costs based on area...

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

#### Unit 6 Math Vocabulary Cards (Grade 6)

Fifty-eight flashcards make up a set designed to reinforce math vocabulary. Within the set, you'll find bold-faced word cards as well as definition cards that offer a labeled example. Terms include base, percent, theoretical probability,...

Curated OER

#### Math 5C Jeopardy

Review general math skills before that quiz! 25 questions in five categories - number sense, computation, geometry and measurement, algebraic thinking, statistics and probability. Tip: have each student use a white board to do the work...

Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)

#### Examples of Social and Emotional Learning in Elementary Mathematics Instruction

A 12-page document lists an abundance of math-related activities that boost social and emotional topics; self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making.

Curated OER

#### American Indian Math

Upper graders examine Native American culture while practicing mathematical concepts related to patterns and estimation. They will use mental math to add/subtract single digit numbers.

EngageNY

#### General Pyramids and Cones and Their Cross-Sections

Are pyramids and cones similar in definition to prisms and cylinders? By examining the definitions, pupils determine that pyramids and cones are subsets of general cones. Working in groups, they continue to investigate the relationships...

EngageNY

#### General Prisms and Cylinders and Their Cross-Sections

So a cylinder does not have to look like a can? By expanding upon the precise definition of a rectangular prism, the lesson develops the definition of a general cylinder. Scholars continue on to develop a graphical organizer for the...

Inside Mathematics

#### Graphs (2007)

Challenge the class to utilize their knowledge of linear and quadratic functions to determine the intersection of the parent quadratic graph and linear proportional graphs. Using the pattern for the solutions, individuals develop a...

Illustrative Mathematics

#### Building a General Quadratic Function

Rewrite a quadratic function to easily see the transformations involved. The instructional task takes a general quadratic function and rewrites it into a form that shows the translations and scaling of the parent quadratic function. The...

Curated OER

#### Building a General Quadratic Function

Learners rewrite a general quadratic function by completing the square to see a new form of the function that more easily identifies the x-coordinate of the vertex and the two roots of the function.

Howard County Schools

#### Discounting Tickets

A boss who can't do math? Oh, no! Young entrepreneurs use linear and exponential models to determine which discount will yield the most profit on ticket sales.

Mathematics Assessment Project

#### Generalizing Patterns: Table Tiles

As part of a study of geometric patterns, scholars complete an assessment task determining the number of tiles needed to cover a tabletop. They then evaluate provided sample responses to see different ways to solve the same problems.

College of Marin

#### General Addition and Multiplication Rules of Conditional Probabilities

Making connections between multiple methods of solving problems is an important part of understanding conditional probability. The lesson shows solutions to problems using Venn diagrams, tree diagrams, formulas, and two-way tables....

Illustrative Mathematics

#### Hexagonal Pattern of Beehives

Young geometers and biologists investigate the math of nature in an activity that is just the bee's knees. Participants will study the tessellations of hexagons in a beehive, along with the natural rationale behind the specific shape....

Curated OER

#### Sore Throats, Variation 1

Why does Nia's water taste saltier than Trey's if she put more into her cup than he did? Math masters set up proportions in order to compare the mixtures. This task effectively has learners apply the concepts of ratio and proportion to a...

Illustrative Mathematics

#### Zeroes and Factorization of a General Polynomial

These four problems will guide your class through the idea behind the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, which states that a polynomial of degree n has exactly n roots. Use the division algorithm and the definition of a zero/root of a...

Curated OER

#### Patterns in Dance and Math

Students analyze how repeated body movements and shapes can represent and extend patterns. For this pattern analysis lesson, students discuss patterns in dance, math, and everyday living. Students demonstrate a dance using a sequence of...

EngageNY

#### Displaying a Data Distribution

Pupils analyze a display of data and review dot plots to make general observations about the highest, lowest, common, and the center of the data. To finish, learners match dot plots to scenarios.

Curated OER

#### Graphing Stories Ice Breaker

Kick off the school year with some math fun! New classmates share information about themselves by using graphs and interpreting data. The goal is to use a general graph shape, such as linear or exponential, and create labels for the axes...

Ahisma Summer Institute

#### The Power of One - Math in a Different Angle

In this 2-day lesson focused on exponents, middle schoolers will cross the curriculum by engaging in science, history and language arts activities. Exponential growth will be explored using grains of rice on a chess board. Exponential...

EngageNY

#### Populations, Samples, and Generalizing from a Sample to a Population

Determine the difference between a sample statistic and a population characteristic. Pupils learn about populations and samples in the 14th portion in a unit of 25. Individuals calculate information directly from populations called...

Kenan Fellows

#### Math Made Simple as 1-2-3: Simplified Educational Approach to Algebra

Writing an equation of a line is as easy as m and b. A lesson presentation gives individuals different strategies for writing equations of lines. Some items provide a slope and a point while others provide two points. Whatever the given,...

CK-12 Foundation

#### Decimal Multiplication: Reducing the Weight

Eight questions challenge mathematicians to multiply decimals. A color-coded tool with movable parts assist participants in answering word problems. Item response types include fill in the blank, multiple-choice, and a discussion.