Math Lesson Plans
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This fun multiplication game for students is an independent activity that gives them "laps" around the track to answer their chosen times table equations. There can be either one or three laps taken with their "lap times" recorded.The possibilities are endless with this hands-on math activity to rev...
This fun game is for two-four players, depending on the version played.Students will roll two dice and chart out the area they find. Each round will build upon the last one. The first student to make it over the marker line wins.Ideas for other variations are also included.Includes two-player and fo...
This fun multiplication game is for two players and is a play on our favorite find four board game.Students will answer equations and then will find that answer on the game board, denoting it with his or her color chip. The first to get four in a row, wins.The possibilities are endless with this ha...
This set of Addition and Subtraction Word Problems by Problem Type allows the teacher to differentiate the numbers for students and teach them to look at the context of a problem before working with the numbers. This has become my favorite resource to teach students to truly understand how to solve word problems, using models and strategies that work for the context of the problem.
Boom Cards™️ are a great way for students to practice every day skills like multiplying binomials. You can assess their understanding and students can play again to keep improving. This set of Boom Cards features 40 different Digital Self-Checking Task Cards. (No printing, cutting, laminating, or grading!)Boom Cards live in the cloud. A new option is for teachers to be able to print the cards.#bluemountainmath #algebra
There is a lot of thought about whether or not you can really create an environment conducive to Teaching Student-Centered Math when you have such a short period of time each day. The fear is always that you will spend too much time trying to get the students organized and not enough learning will take place in order to fulfill the requirements of the curriculum. This simply is not the case.
Fast Fact Folders are your solution to practicing math facts daily in order to reach mastery. It takes just 1 minute per day for consistent practice. Students will love tracking their own growth and you will love the differentiation options. Includes placement test to identify exactly where students are currently in their math skills.
Looking for a way for students to practice solving quadratics by taking the square root that is self-checking? This worksheet has 12 problems. Students will solve the first problem, look for their answer to solve the next problem. They continue until they have looped through all the problems back to problem 1. If they have a wrong answer along the way, they will know it
Looking to engage students and infuse your class with technology? Try this matching card activity. Students practice their knowledge of solving systems of linear equations using elimination. Included are 18 pairs of matching cards. Half the cards have a graph of system and the other half has the solution. Students will add or subtract equations to solve for both variables and then find the ordered pair solution. #bluemountainmath #algebra #systems