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Defining Shapes

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With our Defining Shapes lesson plan, students learn how to define and identifying basic shapes like rectangles, squares, triangles, and circles.

Describing Numerical Data

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In our Describing Numerical Data lesson plan, students learn how to describe numerical data in order to interpret sets of data and represent it visually. Students also learn how to create their own charts and graphs for data sets.

Distance, Rate and Time Lesson PlanDistance, Rate and Time Teachers Guide

Distance, Rate, and Time

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Our free downloadable PDF Distance, Rate and Time lesson plan introduces the formulas for solving distance, rate, and time equations. This hands-on lesson allows students to utilize resources when applying the formula, and leverage group learning as students exchange papers for review. Students are also asked to solve practice problems on t

Distribution Lesson PlanDistribution Teachers Guide

Distribution

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Our Distribution lesson plan teaches students about the distributive property, including what it is and when and how to use it. Students practice solving problems that require the use of the distributive property as a part of this lesson.

Distributive Property Lesson PlanDistributive Property Teachers Guide

Distributive Property

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Our Distributive Property lesson plan teaches students about the distributive property, listing its rules and providing examples using both positive and negative numbers. Students practice solving problems that involve the use of the distributive property during this lesson.

Divide Multi-Digit Numbers

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With our Divide Multi-Digit Numbers lesson plan, students learn how to divide multi-digit numbers. Students complete numerous practice problems as a part of this lesson to reinforce their understanding of the lesson material.

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Divisibility Rules

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Our Divisibility Rules lesson plan teaches students the rules for determining if a number is divisible by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10. Students solve practice problems and learn related vocabulary as a part of this lesson.

Division Lesson PlanDivision Teachers Guide

Division

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Our free downloadable PDF Division lesson plan introduces the concept of division and prepares students to represent and solve problems involving basic division facts. Using counters, students engage in experiential learning to reinforce the concept of division. In addition to a collaborative activity completed with another student, student

Division with Remainders Lesson PlanDivision with Remainders Teachers Guide

Division with Remainders

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Our Division with Remainders lesson plan teaches students strategies for grouping strategies to divide whole numbers with remainders. Students practice solving problems in which they use the strategies taught in this lesson.

Division, No Remainders Lesson PlanDivision, No Remainders Teachers Guide

Division, No Remainders

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Our Division, No Remainders lesson plan teaches students about grouping strategies for diving whole numbers without remainders. Students complete practice problems involving these grouping strategies.

Dot Plots Lesson PlanDot Plots Teachers Guide

Dot Plots

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Our Dot Plots lesson plan teaches students about dot plots and how to use them. Students practice creating and interpreting dot plots during this lesson.

Elapsed Time Lesson PlanElapsed Time Teachers Guide

Elapsed Time

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Our free downloadable PDF Elapsed Time lesson plan provides practical activities for students to understand adding and subtracting minutes and hours to determine elapsed time. Students are asked to convert their age in years to months, days, hours and minutes, as well as use their analytical skills to order themselves from youngest to oldes

Eleven to Nineteen Lesson PlanEleven to Nineteen Teachers Guide

Eleven to Nineteen

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Our Eleven to Nineteen lesson plan teaches students how to place the numbers eleven through nineteen in order according to place value and how to identify them. They also learn relevant lesson vocabulary.

Equal Parts Lesson PlanEqual Parts Teachers Guide

Equal Parts

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Our Equal Parts lesson plan teaches students the vocabulary to describe equal parts such as halves, fourths, and quarters. Students practice using these terms in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson.

Equal Sign Lesson PlanEqual Sign Teachers Guide

Equal Sign

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Our Equal Sign lesson plan teaches students how to define an equal (=) sign and offers a history of the equals sign. Students practice using the equal sign in math problems and solve practice problems using equals signs.

Equations (2-Step) Lesson PlanEquations (2-Step) Teachers Guide

Equations (2-Step)

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In our Equations (2-step) lesson plan, students learn strategies for solving 2-step problems. Students use these strategies to practice identifying and solving various practice problems.

Equivalent Expressions

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Using our Equivalent Expressions lesson plan, students learn how to identify equivalent math expressions. Students also learn about how expressions containing variables can be equivalent.

Equivalent Expressions

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With our Equivalent Expressions lesson plan, students learn all about equivalent expression and how to identify them. They practice matching equivalent expressions and rewriting expressions to make them equivalent.

The extensive collection of Clarendon Learnings lesson plans for math will quickly motivate and instill confidence in many young learners who sometimes may feel the subject is too difficult for them.  A wide variety of topics are available with specialized math lesson plans for students in primary school and in the middle and upper elementary grades.  Each detailed lesson plan in math will assist math-fearing teachers as well and bring them the confidence to present a variety of new math concepts to their students.

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The Clarendon Learning math lesson plans are beneficial to all elementary-aged students, and the plans will allow teachers and homeschooling parents to become more effective educators.

The extensive collection of Clarendon Learnings lesson plans for math will quickly motivate and instill confidence in many young learners who sometimes may feel the subject is too difficult for them.  A wide variety of topics are available with specialized math lesson plans for students in primary school and in the middle and upper elementary grades.  Each detailed lesson plan in math will assist math-fearing teachers as well and bring them the confidence to present a variety of new math concepts to their students. Whether you are seeking to introduce Read more