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  1. A Reintroduction To Fractions - This activity will help with a re-introduction to the concept of fractions.
  2. Adding and Subtracting Fraction Based Word Problems - My objectives are to show fractions through hands on work with blocks and chocolate bars.
  3. Area and Perimeter and Formulas - The students will be able to give and use the formula for both area and perimeter, and distinguish whether to find area or perimeter in word problems.
  4. Adding & Subtracting Whole Numbers - Understanding various meanings of addition and subtraction of whole numbers and the relationship between the two operations.
  5. Coordinate Geometry - Student will be able to locate a position on a coordinate plane when given the coordinates (pointing, using pencil or manipulative).
  6. Contrasting Area and Perimeter - TLW determine the areas and perimeters of rectangles and multi-sided polygon models using appropriate formulas.
  7. Customary Measurement - Students will estimate the length of items to the nearest inch, foot, and yard.
  8. Count and Round Money - Count Money Make Change Play a game to foster mastery of concept.
  9. Counting the Sky - Using mathematical predictions to determine the number of stars in a specific picture.
  10. Division of Numbers - Students will enhance their knowledge of mathematical terms.
  11. Earnings, Spending, and Saving Money - The learner will count money with different coins up to totals of one dollar.
  12. Economics-Competition - Students will understand that economics impacts every aspect of our lives.
  13. Elapsed time/Calendars - Using a Calendar and/or a Schedule chart, students will be able to solve problems involving elapsed time.
  14. Equal Parts - Using fractions to name equal parts of regions using the Think-Pair-Share thinking structure.
  15. Equivalent Names - Students will be able to find equivalent names for the numbers.
  16. Establishing Baseline Math Skills - Determine student's ability in solving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems.
  17. Estimating Weight - I can estimate the weight of various objects in grams.
  18. Everyday Math - The first goal is to make students realize there is more than one method of finding equivalent fractions.
  19. Everyday Math - Decimal Addition and Subtraction - The subject matter is to help students understand the various ways of adding and subtracting decimals, including modeling with base-10 blocks and using algorithms.
  20. Extending Patterns In New Directions - TLW identify and extend number and geometric patterns to solve problems.
  21. Field Trip To Jelly Belly Factory - Students solve word problems using properties of addition and subtraction.
  22. Finding The Perimeter - Use a formula to find perimeters of various shapes.
  23. Four Digit Whole Number Subtraction - The student will subtract two 4 digit whole numbers with and without regrouping.
  24. Gathering and Using Data - The students will be able to gather data using a survey, organize and compile that data into both a tally chart and a frequency table, and use that information to make a bar graph and/or a circle graph.
  25. Geometric Patterns - The learner will be able to identify and extend growing patterns.
  26. Greatest Common Factor - Students will be able to identify the factors of a set of numbers.
  27. Graphing and Probability - Students will graph their data on a bar graph. Students will use the data to figure ratios and determine probability.
  28. Graphing Your Students' Favorite Music - TSW be able to demonstrate understanding of collecting, organizing and analyzing information.
  29. Hands On Equations - Use Variables in contextual situations. Solve equations with one variable represented by a letter or symbol.
  30. Hansel and Gretel Word Problems - Students should be able to solve word problems, and then convey the steps they took to solve the problems in writing.
  31. How Many Hearts? - Students will demonstrate estimation skills and test their guesses by dividing the candies between the group.
  32. Identifying Equivalent Fractions - The learner will compare and order mixed numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least.
  33. Identifying Money - I will now show the students examples of real and play money.
  34. Introducing Classroom Economy - Students will also determine necessary classroom jobs and attach daily or weekly salaries to those positions. Credits and debits will be introduced.
  35. Introduction to Adding Fractions - Students will be able to add fractional equations with like denominators without using pictures or fraction strips.
  36. Introduction to Decimals - They will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between fractions and decimals by converting some basic fractions into decimal form.
  37. Introduction- Equivalent Fractions - Students will be able to identify fractions that are equivalent.
  38. Introduction to Place Value - Students will be able to differentiate between value and place value.
  39. Let's Go Shopping! - Students will be able to demonstrate retention of addition and subtraction facts through reviewing techniques.
  40. Let's Shop - Students will be able to add up the price of merchandise to find the total cost.
  41. Lines of Symmetry - Students will be able to determine whether or not a figure has half-turn symmetry.
  42. Long Division - Students will solve long division problems with whole numbers and/or decimals.
  43. M&M - Graphing Mean, Median, Mode - Students will be able to form questions based on the data they collect and the way they present their data.
  44. Magic Squares = Unknowns - The learner will recognize, determine and represent patterns and simple mathematical relationships.
  45. Making Multiplication Tables - Creating a useable multiplication chart.
  46. Math Happens - Meet Fractions- The lesson will introduce the concept of fractions to third grade.
  47. Math Happens- Probability - Students will be using m&m for a lesson as a means of an introduction to probability.
  48. Math Happens - Similarities - Geometry in regards to showing similarities and congruence.
  49. Math Shopping Spree - Students should work independently to while gathering data and performing math functions.
  50. Measurement - Time - Describe and compare everyday phenomena, using either direct or indirect measurement.
  51. Mix-Freeze-Remainders! - Exploring and Investigating Remainders.
  52. Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions - Students will be able to name an improper fraction and a mixed number from a picture.
  53. Mixed Num/ Impr Frac/+or- unlike - The student will be able to change mixed numbers into improper fraction, complete addition or subtraction with those improper fractions, and convert the answer back into a mixed number.
  54. Model 2-Digit by 1-Digit Division - Students will be shown how to divide objects into groups by modeling division with manipulatives.
  55. Multiplication and Division - Students will be able to multiply and divide facts through 10 using a variety of strategies learned.
  56. Multiplication Discovery - Students will discover multiplication facts using manipulatives and drawing models.
  57. Multiplication Grouping - The goal for this lesson is for students to understand how addition and multiplication go hand and hand.
  58. Multiplication in the Classroom - Children will be able to relate skip counting to multiply.
  59. Multiplication Through Practice - Explain that we will be working on multiplication and that multiplication is really just repeated addition.
  60. Multiplicity - Mastery skills thinking structure Rationale: best structure to aide in learning math facts and the class is used to this kind of learning structure.
  61. Multiplying 2-Digit Numbers - Each fact must be broken apart into simpler/friendlier numbers and facts.
  62. Multiplying Integers between 0 and 6- se their knowledge about multiplication to give examples of when multiplication is more practical than addition.
  63. Multiplying With Style - This lesson is intended for students who already understand the concept of multiplication and how it relates to addition.
  64. Multi-Step Problems - Students will be able to read and determine which mathematical process to use in solving a multi-step problem.
  65. Name that Polygon! - The students will be able to identify and describe Polygons using the Geoboard and manipulatives to a partner.
  66. Naming Line Segments - Generate and solve 2-step addition using pencil and paper Be able to draw and name line segments.
  67. Naming Spaces with Decimal Places! - Recognizing the indicated place value.
  68. Number of Line Segments and Vertices - Students will recognize the cone, sphere, cube, rectangular prism, and cylinder and tell the number of vertices, faces, and edges/line segments.

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