Elementary Math, K-6
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Fourth Grade Fractions Powerpoint Lesson Bundle - It is made up of 10 powerpoint lessons: Review of Fraction Basics, Comparing Fractions, Equivalent Fractions, Mixed Numbers, Adding Like Denominators, Adding Like Denominators - Showing Your Work, Subtracting Like Denominators, Addition of Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators, Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers, and Multiplication of Fractions.
5th Grade Geometry Bundle is made up of 5 powerpoint lessons with a total of 257 slides. It covers all the 5th grade geometry CC standards. #5thgradegeometry #geometry #classifyingpolygons #classifyingtriangles #classifyingquadrilaterals #classifyingsolids #volume #capacity
5th Grade Geometry 1 - Classifying Polygons teaches students how to use the properties of polygons to classify them into groups. Students learn to identify polygons according to the number of sides they have. They also learn to identify which polygons are regular and which are not regular. Click Visit to see product. #5thgradegeometry #classifyingpolygons #polygons
Fifth Grade Geometry 2 - Classifying Triangles teaches students 3 different types of triangles based on sides: equilateral, isosceles, and scalene. To see this product click Visit. #5thgradegeometry #classifyingtriangles #equilateraltriangle #isoscelestriangle
5th Grade - Geometry 3 - Classifying Quadrilaterals teaches students 5 different types of quadrilaterals: parallelogram, square, rectangle, rhombus, and trapezoid. Then the lesson teaches students how the quadrilateral family is related so that students can see how one type may fit under several categories. #5thgradegeometry #classifyingquadrilaterals #parallelogram #trapazoid #rectangle #rhombus
Sixth Grade Geometry 8 - Surface Area Using Nets teaches students how to make nets of the following solids: cube, rectangular prism, triangular prism, tetrahedron, square pyramid, and rectangular pyramid. Students then learn to use those nets to find the surface area of each solid. To see this product click Visit. #surfacearea
This resource has 9 pages. Each page contains 10 subtraction problems to solve (from 10). There are ten pictures/manipulatives at the bottom of each page for students to use to solve each subtraction problem. Students can color the manipulatives and use them to solve the problems. The 9 pages includ...
Sixth Grade Geometry 7 - 3D Figures (Solids) and Their Nets teaches students how to identify the following solids: cube, rectangular prism, triangular prism, tetrahedron, square pyramid, and rectangular pyramid. In addition, students learn to identify the nets of each one of these solids. To see this product click Visit. #solids #nets #6thgradegeometry #3Dfigures
Sixth Grade Geometry 6 - Polygons in the Coordinate Plane teaches students how to draw polygons in the coordinate plane, find their coordinates and use those coordinates to find the measurement of the sides. To see this product click Visit. #6thgradegeometry #polygonsinthecoordinateplane
Sixth Grade Geometry 3 - Areas of Parallelograms, Rhombuses and Trapezoids teaches students how to find the area of the parallelogram, rhombus (2 methods), and the trapezoid. To see this product click Visit. #6thgrademath #areaoftrapezoid #areaofthombus #areaofparallelogram
There are 15 pages in this resource. Each page contains one addition word problem to solve. There is a number line for students to use to solve the problem. An empty box is available for students to draw the matching picture for the word problem. There is also a ten frame box for students to use for...
Easter is a great time to teach kindergarten: chocolate, eggs and bunnies are everywhere! Take advantage of the season with this fun, no prep bunny addition to 10 game to help your students practice number line addition and talk about Easter at the same time! Plus, you can easily make this into a movement break instead by getting your students hopping along a chalk number line - that should help sort out the sugar rush of the chocolate Easter eggs! #additionwithnumberline