Students answer the question of how does climate change affect ocean ecology? Students explore a wide ranging effects of climate change through this online lab simulation. Lesson plan includes teacher notes, activity worksheets, and discussion questions.
Students often wonder how two things so different can end up being the same, in this lesson students will be exploring the relevance and how to determine if fractions are equivalent through a variety of ways.
What better way to get to know your students than with a 1:1 interview. Today you will interview each student on their knowledge of triangles and their ability to separate them from other shapes.
Children need to understand why the mathematical properties work and how they are applied. In this lesson, we explore modeling and "proving" the associative property. In this lesson, we explore modeling and "proving" the associative property.
Students will read "Casey at the Bat" and "Mighty Jackie: The Strikeout Queen" in order to compare and contrast the themes of these texts. Detailed lesson and Venn Diagram worksheet included.
Students are able to illustrate the commutative property and articulate the differences and similarities between two models demonstrating the same pair of facts. The lesson includes a detailed plan, samples of student work, a video of students engaged in the lesson, printable worksheets, and differentiated independent student work.
Students work to count to 100 in this rigorous counting activity. Students create a shape out of their 100 objects for a creative twist. This lesson contains a detailed plan, video explanation, discussion questions based on ability level, and a printable recording sheet.
Students will be using a hands-on approach to learning about length, capacity, and weight. This lesson contains a detailed plan, slides containing notes and problems, and a video tutorial.
Students work with decomposing arrays in order to practice finding small areas and putting the totals together. In this third lesson, they will work on finding smaller areas that make mental math more feasible.