### Math Lesson Plans 70 to 100

- Order of Operations - TLWD application of order of operations by solving problems using the correct order of operations.
- Parallel & Intersecting Line Segments, Rays, and Lines - Children model parallel and intersecting pairs of line segments, as well as polygons.

- Perimeter and Area and Relative Statistics - The learner will use and understand the concepts of perimeter and area.
- Place Value To Hundreds - The goal of this lesson is that the children will be able to identify the Place value of digits in numbers to 999.
- Place Value To Thousandths Place - The learner will identify, understand, model and explain decimal place value to the thousandths place.
- Prime Numbers - Students will be able to identify numbers less than or equal to 100 as prime and composite numbers.
- Problem Solving With Operations - Using thinking and problem solving skills to solve problems.
- Recap on Geometry - Students will have a better understanding on basic geometry terms, and can produce the product on demand by using paper and pencil method, and using tactile method.
- Resource Math - Students will work individually on math work that will meet goals and objectives given in individual IEPs.
- Reviewing Addition and Subtraction Sets - Student will review addition and subtraction of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers.
- Roman Numerals - Student will be able to convert standard numbers to Roman Numerals student will be able to convert Roman numerals to standard numbers.
- Rounded Up - The student will accurately learn how to round whole numbers and decimals. The game goal is to call bingo as quickly as possible.
- Shading Equivalent Fractions - Students will learn to write fractions for shaded regions on shapes. They will also learn to name numerator and denominator in the fractions.
- Shapes/Space and Geometry - To build upon Shape/Space and Geometric concepts learnt previously. Particularly their properties.
- Solving Equations - They will use their basic math skills to find the answer to multiplication, addition, subtraction, and division problems.
- Subtraction with Regrouping - When we finish today, you will be able to demonstrate how to regroup two-digit numbers by borrowing from the tens place.
- Symmetry and the use of Geoboards - The students will use mirrors to explore lines of symmetry.
- Tanagram Man - TLW create different types of triangles using measurements given and classify each triangle by angles and length of lines.
- Telling Time Analog and Digital - To understand the workings of an analog clock and to tell time on he hour, the half hour, quarter hour, and at 5-minute intervals.
- Telling Time As A Form Of Measurement - Discuss the purpose of telling time and the different ways that it is expressed. Key vocabulary will be minutes, seconds, hours, half hour, counter clockwise and clockwise.
- The Air Around You - Students will explore where air is found.
- The Place Value of Decimals - Read, write and identify decimals through ten-thousandths;compare and order decimals through thousandths.
- The Properties of Addition - The associative, commutative, and identity properties of addition.
- Things That Come in... - Students will be able to solve simple multiplication problems using manipulatives and models.
- Treasure Map Graph - Students learn how to plot coordinates on a geoboard to find hidden figures.
- Understanding Geometric Shapes - Uses appropriate geometric vocabulary to describe properties and attributes of 2 and 3 dimensional figures.
- Understanding What Angles Are - Students will understand the concept of angle. Recognize various types of angles by measuring the size in degree.
- Using a Protractor - How do we use a straightedge ruler to draw angles?
- What is Percentage Probability? - At the end of this lesson, students will be able to answer probability questions as a fraction and the equivalent percent.
- Word Problem Detectives - Analyzing word problems in order to locate key/clue words you can use to help solve them correctly.
- Write a Number Story - Students will be able to describe a math problem using words in story form.