Math Lesson Plans 70 to 100

  1. Perimeter and Area and Relative Statistics - The learner will use and understand the concepts of perimeter and area.
  2. 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.
  3. Place Value To Thousandths Place - The learner will identify, understand, model and explain decimal place value to the thousandths place.
  4. Prime Numbers - Students will be able to identify numbers less than or equal to 100 as prime and composite numbers.
  5. Problem Solving With Operations - Using thinking and problem solving skills to solve problems.
  6. 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.
  7. Resource Math - Students will work individually on math work that will meet goals and objectives given in individual IEPs.
  8. Reviewing Addition and Subtraction Sets - Student will review addition and subtraction of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers.
  9. Roman Numerals - Student will be able to convert standard numbers to Roman Numerals student will be able to convert Roman numerals to standard numbers.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. Shapes/Space and Geometry - To build upon Shape/Space and Geometric concepts learnt previously. Particularly their properties.
  13. Solving Equations - They will use their basic math skills to find the answer to multiplication, addition, subtraction, and division problems.
  14. 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.
  15. Symmetry and the use of Geoboards - The students will use mirrors to explore lines of symmetry.
  16. Tanagram Man - TLW create different types of triangles using measurements given and classify each triangle by angles and length of lines.
  17. 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.
  18. 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.
  19. The Air Around You - Students will explore where air is found.
  20. The Place Value of Decimals - Read, write and identify decimals through ten-thousandths;compare and order decimals through thousandths.
  21. The Properties of Addition - The associative, commutative, and identity properties of addition.
  22. Things That Come in... - Students will be able to solve simple multiplication problems using manipulatives and models.
  23. Treasure Map Graph - Students learn how to plot coordinates on a geoboard to find hidden figures.
  24. Understanding Geometric Shapes - Uses appropriate geometric vocabulary to describe properties and attributes of 2 and 3 dimensional figures.
  25. Understanding What Angles Are - Students will understand the concept of angle. Recognize various types of angles by measuring the size in degree.
  26. Using a Protractor - How do we use a straightedge ruler to draw angles?
  27. 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.
  28. Word Problem Detectives - Analyzing word problems in order to locate key/clue words you can use to help solve them correctly.
  29. Write a Number Story - Students will be able to describe a math problem using words in story form.

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