Algebra concepts can be challenging for students in upper elementary and middle school. This lesson introduces students to the idea of a missing or unknown number while also considering the order of operations.
Strong place value recognition is a necessity to order, estimate, round, and check for the accuracy of numbers. In this lesson, students will compare and order numbers using what they know about place value.
Using this hands-on play focused lesson plan, your students will love practicing their counting skills to 20. Can be used as a stand alone or support lesson for the **Name that Number Bingo** lesson plan.
Use this beginning of the year activity to practice counting! Students solidify an understanding of one-to-one correspondence as they compete to fill three towers. Use this EL Support Lesson alone, or alongside the lesson plan **Counting Collections.**
Get your students comfortable discussing their math thinking in converting centimeters to meters. This lesson may be used on its own or as support to the lesson Converting Metric Measurements to Decimals & Fractions.
Do your students understand the power of 10? This lesson will allow your students to see the utility of the power of 10 in mathematics and come to a concrete conclusion of how 10 impacts the value of mathematical equations.
This lesson helps students break down the different components of a word problem with decimals so that English Learners can succeed in solving them. Use it on its own or as support for the lesson Giving Gifts: All About Decimals.
Make decimal comparisons! Your students will focus on comparing decimals and using necessary language to say their comparisons. Use this lesson by itself or use it as support for the Decimals, Decimals, Decimals lesson.
Use this lesson to support students in understanding the symbols used to record numbers. This lesson can be used alongside Comparing Three-Digit Numbers or as a standalone, scaffolded EL support lesson.
In this fun counting lesson, students will get a chance to practice working in cooperative groups to order numbers 0-10. Use this lesson plan on its own or as support for the lesson Using Counting Aids.
This Halloween-themed hundreds chart game has plenty of tricks and treats! Students will roll two dice to move up and down the chart to be the first to 100. Players will also recognize important number patterns as they move their marker.
Keep students engaged and help them practice their counting fluency with this fun, game-based lesson. Students count and work with each other to create the classroom’s longest number snake. Who will be the winner?