Mae Jemison was the first African American female astronaut to enter space. Use the Get to Know Mae Jemison lesson plan to learn more about this famous scientist. Children will then read and write about her, and create their own paper rocket.
What comes after winter? Spring! What comes after the equals sign in a subtraction equation? The difference! In this spring lesson plan, students will look at a variety of spring-themed subtraction pictures and write matching equations.
Bigger, taller, shorter, or longer? In this spring lesson plan, students will compare two objects and create their own spring-themed comparison worksheet. They will draw pairs of pictures and come up with their own comparison questions.
In this worksheet based on the game Two Truths and a Lie, students practice solving three equations and then discussing their findings. Young mathematicians will seek to determine which two equations are true and which equation is false.
Give your students the resources they need to solve word problems with this math lesson. Your class will learn how to categorize important keywords using a WIKED map, a visual tool that helps them through the problem-solving process.
The Adinkra Cloth: An Art and Math Lesson for Black History Month
In this Black History Month lesson, students will learn about the traditional cloths and adinkra symbols from Ghana. Students will combine shapes to create symbols to decorate their own version of the adinkra cloths.
It’s the beginning of the school year and your class needs supplies! Can your students successfully shop for everything they need and stay on budget? Find out in this real-world application of multiplying whole numbers by decimals.