Stacie (HIDOE)

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Animals that Measure Up! unavailable

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Students will learn how to order items by length. They will use plastic toy animals for hands on learning and then students will locate pictures of animals of various lengths and sizes in their natural habitat on the Internet. They will use those pictures in creating a five slide presentation. The students will put those slides in order from longest animal to shortest animal.

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A Math Story! unavailable

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This lesson plan is designed to use a basic third grade math fact as a prompt to write and illustrate a math story. A hands on math activity using math manipulatives will serve as the focus and review for this lesson. A writing activity will serve as a conclusion as well as an assessment for understanding.

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Mathematical Practice 7: Look For and Make Use of Structure unavailable

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At Inside Mathematics, we’ve assembled multiple ways for educators to begin to transform their teaching practices. You might be in search of materials and tasks you can use immediately with your students; you can search by grade level and content area below to find core mathematical principles as well as materials developed by the Mathematics Assessment Resource Service (MARS). If you want to develop your understanding of the national Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice, you can find information here regarding MP.7.

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Decimal Dilemma: Carlos the Centipede is Subtracting Decimals! unavailable

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In this lesson, students will work in collaborative/cooperative groups to understand subtracting decimals. Students will use decimal grids to represent the difference of decimals. Emphasis is on using place-value, lining up the decimals and bringing the decimal down. Students will understand how important estimation of decimals is in real-life situations

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Fruit Loops With Fractions unavailable

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This activity provides access to using visual and hands-on practice in solving problems with fractions. By using cereal, each individual student will be able to work individually and as a group in using different methods of working with fractions, and practice their skills in addition, multiplication, division and subtraction. A prior knowledge of the basic multiplication tables and common multiples will be very advantageous in working through this activity.

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