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Interpret Statements of Inequality

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With our Interpret Statements of Inequality lesson plan, students learn all about statements of inequality and the symbols used to represent them (greater than, less than, and equal to).

Interpreting and Representing Data (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanInterpreting and Representing Data (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Interpreting and Representing Data (Grades 1-3)

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Our Interpreting and Representing Data lesson plan for grades 1-3 teaches students how to interpret graphs and why graphs are often used to represent data. Students work with bar charts and learn how bar charts are used to interpret and organize data.

Interpreting Graphs Lesson PlanInterpreting Graphs Teachers Guide

Interpreting Graphs

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In our Interpreting Graphs lesson plan, students learn strategies for interpreting graphs. Students also learn various uses for graphs and about different types of graphs that they may encounter.

Interpreting Multiplication

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With our Interpreting Multiplication lesson plan, students learn about multiplication in a more in-depth way. Students practice writing their own equations to solve word problems and writing their own word problems that require multiplication.

Interpreting Multiplication Scaling Lesson PlanInterpreting Multiplication Scaling Teachers Guide

Interpreting Multiplication Scaling

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Our Interpreting Multiplication Scaling lesson plan teaches students about the difference between multiplying a whole number by a fraction and multiplying a whole number by a number greater than one. Students work with practice problems in order to discover how numbers are changed when they are multiplied and to help them predict the products of whole numbers and fractions.

Introduction to Area Lesson PlanIntroduction to Area Teachers Guide

Introduction to Area

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Our Introduction to Area lesson plan teaches students about area and how to measure it. Students practice measuring the area of squares, rectangles, and other shapes.

Introduction to Exponents Lesson PlanIntroduction to Exponents Teachers Guide

Introduction to Exponents

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In our Introduction to Exponents lesson plan, students learn what exponents are and how they are used in math. Students also learn related vocabulary like base, squared, and cubed and practice solving problems that include exponents.

Introduction to Graphs/Data Points

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With our Introduction to Graphs/Data Points Lesson Plan, students learn how to read and interpret graphs. Students practice creating graphs to represent data in addition to answering questions about given graphs.

Introduction to Integers Lesson PlanIntroduction to Integers Teachers Guide

Introduction to Integers

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In our Introduction to Integers lesson plan, students learn the definition of an integer, how to recognize them, how to identify a positive and negative integer on a number line, and more. Students complete practice problems in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Introduction to Measuring Length Lesson PlanIntroduction to Measuring Length Teachers Guide

Introduction to Measuring Length

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In our Introduction to Measuring Length lesson plan, students learn how to measure the length of an object. Students practice ordering objects by length and finding the relative length of an object using a smaller object to measure it.

Introduction to Multiplication

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With our Introduction to Multiplication lesson plan, students learn the basics of multiplication. As a part of this lesson, students practice solving simple multiplication problems and practice writing multiplication problems.

Introduction to Perimeter Lesson PlanIntroduction to Perimeter Teachers Guide

Introduction to Perimeter

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Our Introduction to Perimeter lesson plan teaches students what perimeter is and how to measure it. Students complete practice problems where they find the perimeter of polygons and other objects.

Introduction to Place Value Lesson PlanIntroduction to Place Value Teachers Guide

Introduction to Place Value

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Our Introduction to Place Value lesson plan teaches students about how to group numbers based on place value. Students are also taught specifically that the two digits in a two-digit number represent tens and ones and what that means.

Introduction to Whole Number Comparison Lesson PlanIntroduction to Whole Number Comparison Teachers Guide

Introduction to Whole Number Comparison

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In our Introduction to Whole Number Comparison lesson plan, students are taught how to compare whole numbers and how different whole numbers relate to each other. This lays a foundation for good math skills as students practice comparing whole numbers.

Keywords for Word Problems

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With our Keywords for Word Problems lesson plan, students learn how to identify keywords in word problems that refer to specific mathematic operations (multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction) in order to help them decide how to solve word problems.

Keywords for Word Problems

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With our Keywords for Word Problems lesson plan for grades 4-6, students learn how to identify keywords that appear in word problems. Students practice recognizing these keywords in word problems and using them to decide which mathematic operations they need to use to solve the problem.

Keywords for Word Problems (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanKeywords for Word Problems (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Keywords for Word Problems (Grades 1-3)

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In our Keywords for Word Problems lesson plan for grades 1-3, students learn strategies for identifying important keywords in word problems in order to help them solve word problems more easily. Students practice solving word problems using these methods during this lesson.

Keywords for Word Problems (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanKeywords for Word Problems (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Keywords for Word Problems (Grades 4-6)

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Our Keywords for Word Problems lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students how to identify keywords in word problems in order to help them solve word problems more easily. Students are provided with a list of these keywords as a part of this lesson and practice identifying them in example problems.

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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