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  101.   From Fish Food to Pictures to Symbols: , and =
Illuminations: Island Inequality Mat Island Inequality Mat Share | Unit Overview Lesson 1 Lesson 2 From Fish Food to Pictures to Symbols: , and = Students build upon their understanding of greater than, less than, and equal to by observing quantities and making comparisons using various instructional materials. The fish cut-out, with its mouth open, represents the greater than or less than symbol; the clam cut-out...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  102.   Potato: A Tale from the Great Depression
Potato: A Tale from the Great Depression By Kate Lied / ISBN: 0-7922-6946-2 Lesson by Billy Britt, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis-Little Rock Branch Lesson Description After reading and discussing a story about a family during the Great Depression, students differentiate between goods, services, barter, and money. Students are led through several rounds of a barter activity that incorporates math skills. T...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  103.   Let's Play One More Time
Purpose: The lesson teaches learners that games are most fun when the players know and follow the rules. The lesson introduces the learners to geographic locations of North, South, East, and West. They also use playing cards to learn about rank order and greater than and less than. Duration: One to two 30 minute class periods Objectives: The learn...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  104.   Late Bloomers (K-2)
...ld make judgments based on differences in rates of development? Ask the class if sometimes people make judgments about others based on things as simple as foods? Have they ever heard someone being teased because of what those students brought for lunch? Ask them to think about this as you begin the lesson. Give every student an 8.5" x 11" piece of blank paper. Ask students to think about their favorite meal. Prompt them with some questions, for example: Do you like pizza? Do you like hot dogs? Ask students to draw their favorite meal on the blank paper and keep it to themselves . Grades 3-5 learners write about their favorite fo...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  105.   Late Bloomers (3-5)
...ld make judgments based on differences in rates of development? Ask the class if sometimes people make judgments about others based on things as simple as foods? Have they ever heard someone being teased because of what those students brought for lunch? Ask them to think about this as you begin the lesson. Give every student an 8.5" x 11" piece of blank paper. Ask students to think about their favorite meal. Prompt them with some questions, for example: Do you like pizza? Do you like hot dogs? Ask students to draw their favorite meal on the blank paper and keep it to themselves . Grades 3-5 learners write about their favorite fo...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  106.   Games that teach
Teachers.Net Lesson Plans #165. Games that teach Games, level: Elementary Posted by Janice Harrison (web_traveler@hotmail.com). Teachers' World Westgate Elem., Cadiz, OH Materials Required: flashcards, spelling lists, or review facts Activity Time: varies: 5-30 minutes Concepts Taught: Review math facts, spelling words and content area facts I am...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  107.   Integers
...osites? Integer (What was the value of that shot?) -5+(-1)+7+(-9)+(-7)+(-9)+5= -6+7+(-9)+(-7)+(-9)+5= 1+(-9)+(-7)+(-9)+5= -8+(-7)+(-9)+5= -15+(-9)+5= -24+5= -19 (Total Shot Value) Slide 5 LET THE HUNT BEGIN!!! Find the value of your first name and compare it to the person on your left. Is your name greater than, less than, or equal to your partner's? Double your shot value. Slide 6 Integer Addition/Subtraction Find the absolute value of the following number and subtract it from your total points. /-45/ Find the absolute value of the following number and add it to your total points. /36/ Slide 7 Integer Hunt Addition/Subtraction...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  108.   Math Center and Number activities
...ting a design in with blocks and a hinged mirror and then copying the larger reflected design, using templates and finding which blocks have to be used to fill the shape exactly, fraction practice (a trapezoid is 1/2 of a hexagon...) *Unifix cubes...pattern trains, probability, concrete bar graphs, greater than/less than games, even/odd games *Multilink cubes...(many of the same activities as Unifix cubes) 3-D shapes (geometry) *Geoboards...numeral writing, patterning (with Unifix cubes on top of the pegs), patterning cards (with rubber bands, geometric shapes, area, perimeter, "Dots" (you know, that game you play where you try...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  109.   The How Many Jar
...r Mathematics, level: all Posted Fri Aug 13 22:37:44 PDT 1999 by Codi Freeman (freemans@train.missouri.org). Wellspring Christian School, Houston, MO USA Materials Required: Clear jar, edible items in the jar Activity Time: a few minutes every morning Concepts Taught: estimation This is a very mini lesson that can be used on a daily basis and expanded upon during the math time. Use a clear jar (I use a clean mayonaise jar) and fill it with edible items; for instance, candy, animal cookies, pretzels, etc. Be sure to count the items as you place them into the jar. (I usually write the number on a piece of paper and tape it inside...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  110.   Less
Karen Farley November 23 1st grade Title: Less than/greater than monsters Grade: 1 Materials: A < shape cut out of a sturdy material (manilla folder, etc.) Drawing utensils -- colored pencils, crayons, etc. Construction paper glue The book The Hungry Thing Objectives: Students will make a <> "monster" Students will demonstrate proper use of scissors and glue as well as the pr...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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