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Symmetry Lesson PlanSymmetry Teachers Guide



In our Symmetry lesson plan, students learn all about symmetry, including how it’s defined and how to determine if something is symmetrical. Students practice drawing lines of symmetry, identifying symmetric figures, and drawing a symmetrical second half for various figures.

Taxes Lesson PlanTaxes Teachers Guide



Our Taxes lesson plan introduces students to taxes, including their history and how they’ve developed over time, why they’re collected, and the different types of taxes. Students end the lesson with a general understanding of how taxes work and why we need them.

Time Lesson PlanTime Teachers Guide



In our Time lesson plan, students develop their ability to tell time using both digital and analog clocks. They practice reading the time on clocks to the nearest hour, half-hour, and five minutes.

Translation Lesson PlanTranslation Teachers Guide



Our Translation lesson plan teaches students to translate verbal expressions into algebraic expressions. They practice translating expressions in both directions using the lesson material as a guide.

Triangles (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanTriangles (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Triangles (Grades 1-3)


In our Triangles lesson plan for grades 1-3, students learn the basics about triangles. They practice drawing triangles as well as identifying them.

Triangles (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanTriangles (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Triangles (Grades 4-6)


In our Triangles lesson plan for grades 4-6, students learn to differentiate between and identify the four types of triangles. Students also practice drawing each type.

Understand Multi-Digit Numbers Lesson PlanUnderstand Multi-Digit Numbers Teachers Guide

Understand Multi-Digit Numbers


Our Understand Multi-Digit Numbers lesson plan teaches students about place value and how to interpret multi-digit numbers. Students practice creating numbers with multiple digits and putting multi-digit numbers in order.

Understanding Addition/Subtraction Lesson PlanUnderstanding Addition/Subtraction Teachers Guide

Understanding Addition/Subtraction


Our free downloadable PDF Understanding Addition/Subtraction lesson plan helps young students understand addition and subtraction emphasizing the place value. The use of pictures and drawings is also encouraged to help students “see” addition and subtraction. During this lesson, students are asked to complete an interactive activity in whic

Understanding Length Lesson PlanUnderstanding Length Teachers Guide

Understanding Length


Our Understanding Length lesson plan teaches students to better understand length as a type of measurement. They practice estimating length, ranking things according to length, and more.

Unit Squares


Using our Unit Squares lesson plan, students learn all about unit squares, including how to recognize them and how to create their own. Students also learn about different types of length measurement.

Using a Ruler Lesson PlanUsing a Ruler Teachers Guide

Using a Ruler


In our Using a Ruler lesson plan, students learn how to use a ruler. They practice measuring the lengths of different classroom objects and discuss situations in which they might need to use a ruler to measure something in real life.

Using Parenthesis/Brackets Lesson PlanUsing Parenthesis/Brackets Teachers Guide

Using Parenthesis/Brackets


In our Using Parenthesis/Brackets lesson plan, students learn how to use parentheses and brackets in their writing and what these symbols mean in other people’s writing. They practice using parentheses and brackets, improving their overall writing and grammar skills.

Variables in Math Lesson PlanVariables in Math Teachers Guide

Variables in Math


In our Variables in Math lesson plan, students learn about variables in math, including what they are and how they’re used in math problems. Students practice solving math problems with variables using the methods learned in this lesson.

Volume 1 Lesson PlanVolume 1 Teachers Guide

Volume 1


In our Volume 1 lesson plan, students learn the basics about volume in relation to cubes, rectangular solids, and square triangles. They learn how to calculate volume using various formulas and practice doing so with various shapes.

What are Tens? Lesson PlanWhat are Tens? Teachers Guide

What are Tens?


In our What are Tens? lesson plan, students are introduced to the concept of using tens in math and in their everyday life. Students will understand how to add up to tens and how tens are added to make hundreds.

Word Problems - Fractions Lesson PlanWord Problems - Fractions Teachers Guide

Word Problems – Fractions


Our Word Problems – Fractions lesson plan teaches students strategies for solving word problems that include fractions. Students will create their own word problems that contain fractions and will solve problems that contain fractions.

Word Problems and Division Lesson PlanWord Problems and Division Teachers Guide

Word Problems and Division


In our Word Problems and Division lesson plan, students will learn strategies for solving word problems that include division. Students will practice writing their own word problems and will solve word problems that use division.


Word Problems and Division (Copy)


The lesson provides students with strategies for solving word problems that require division. Several strategies are included such as drawing diagrams, looking for patterns, and making graphs. A list of words students can use to discover whether or not the problem requires division is included as well. Several examples are provides for teachers to review with students. The lesson can be used in conjunction with other lessons related to word problems.

Word Problems and Division Lesson Plan Includes:

  • Full Teacher Guidelines with Creative Teaching Ideas
  • Instructional Content Pages about Word Problems and Division
  • Hands-on homework activities giving students practice on Word Problems and Division
  • Answer Keys
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Many Additional Links and Resources
  • Built for Grades 3-4 but can be adapted for other grade levels.

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