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Posted on January 9th, 2011 by kcoates.
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Computation 
Metric Measurement 
Standard Measurement 
Problem Solving 
Geometry 
Time 
Fractions 
Money 

Working with Data 
Decimals 
Place Value 
Cool Math 4 Kids  Word Problems for Children Problems for students to solve  AIMS Puzzle Corner 
Math Problem Solving  Math Links  Clever Games for Clever People 
Let’s Do Math Interactive problem solving game  Power Cards: A Mathematical Puzzle  
Creative Imaginations a fun site about tangrams  Tangram Puzzles  Math Mountain
Problems 
Aunty Math  Math Cats!  Nrich 
Magic Math Quiz
Interesting Facts:
142857 is a cyclic number, the numbers of which always appear in the same order but rotated around when multipled by any number from 1 to 6. 6 is the smallest perfect number. A perfect number is an integer such that the sum of its proper divisors is equal to the integer itself: 6 = 1 + 2 + 3.

Rain Forest Math
Woodlands Jr. High Site
A Magical Day in the Magic Kingdom
Frustrated Farmer Interactive Puzzle
SAXON MATH SCHEDULE
Lesson 1  reading and identifying numbers to 100 identifying right and left 
Dot2Dot
Connect the Dots to Make a Picture – [110] Connect the Dots to Make a Picture – [115] Connect the Dots to Make a Picture – [120] Count the Ants – [110] How Many? – [110] How Many? – [120] Learn to Count – [112] Number Cards – [120] Valentine Counting – [110] count to 10, count to 30, count to 50, count to 100, Customize it for some other number 
Lesson 2  graphing data on a graph identifying one more and one less than a number 
Reading a Graph
Use Column Graphs to Answer Questions – (whole class activity to be used with projection) Use Graphs to Answer Questions – (whole class activity to be used with projection) 
Lesson 3  telling and showing time to the hour  Clock Craft
Analog Clock – (whole class activity) 
Lesson 4  writing numbers to 100  Give the Dog a Bone 
Lesson 5  addition facts: doubles to 18  *Counting by Twos 
Lesson 6  identifying the attributes of pattern blocks  
Lesson 7  identifying ordinal position to sixth creating and reading a repeating pattern 

Lesson 8  identifying and acting out some, some more stories comparing numbers to 50 

Lesson 9  comparing and ordering objects by size (area)  
Lesson 10, Part 1 
addition facts: adding 0 and adding 1 identifying addends, sums and the commutative property of addition 
*What number would complete this sentence? 
Lesson 10, Part 2 
written assessment 1 covering a design using pattern blocks 

Lesson 11  identifying and acting out some, some went away stories  
Lesson 12  numbering a clock face identifying the time one hour ago and one hour from now 

Lesson 13  identifying even and odd numbers  *Dragon Eggs 
Lesson 14  identifying ordinal position to twelfth  
Lesson 15, Part 1 
addition facts: adding 2  *Counting by Twos 
Lesson 15, Part 2 
written assessment 2 creating and reading a repeating pattern 

Lesson 16  identifying weekdays and days of the weekend  
Lesson 17  creating and reading a pictograph drawing a pictograph 
I Am Special 
Lesson 18  identifying polygons  
Lesson 19  identifying fractional parts of a whole  
Lesson 20, Part 1 
addition facts: adding 9  
Lesson 20, Part 2 
written assessment 3 creating a color pattern 

Lesson 21  identifying and sorting common geometric shapes by attribute  
Lesson 22  drawing pictures and writing number sentences for some, some more and some, some went away stories  
Lesson 23  dividing a shape in half shading one half of a shape 
*Crossing the River 
Lesson 24  dividing a square in half two different ways  
Lesson 25, Part 1 
addition facts: doubles plus 1  
Lesson 25, Part 2 
written assessment 4 identifying geometric shape pieces that differ in one way 

Lesson 26  telling and showing time to the half hour  *Stop the Clock/30 min. 
Lesson 27  reading a thermometer to the nearest 10 degrees  
Lesson 28  counting dimes and pennies  
Lesson 29  writing addition and subtraction fact families  
Lesson 30, Part 1 
addition facts: sums of 8 and 9  
Lesson 30, Part 2 
written assessment 5 identifying geometric shape pieces that are alike in only one way 

Lesson 31  creating and reading a bar graph  *Bar Chart 
Lesson 32  tallying counting by 5’s 

Lesson 33  identifying horizontal, vertical, and oblique lines  
Lesson 34  dividing a whole into halves, fourths, and eighths  
Lesson 35, Part 1 
addition facts: sums of 10  
Lesson 35, Part 2 
written assessment 6 weighing objects using nonstandard units 

Lesson 36  adding 10 to a multiple of 10 finding missing numbers on a piece of the hundred number chart 

Lesson 37  identifying pairs  
Lesson 38  identifying tens and ones  
Lesson 39  identifying halves, fourths, and eighths of a whole creating and reading a bar graph 

Lesson 40, Part 1 
addition facts: sums of 11  
Lesson 40, Part 2 
written assessment 7 measuring with oneinch color tiles 
*Measure it 
Lesson 41  naming fractional parts of a whole  
Lesson 42  trading pennies for dimes  
Lesson 43  measuring line segments to the nearest inch  *The Ruler Game 
Lesson 44  adding 10 to a twodigit number  
Lesson 45, Part 1 
addition facts: sums of 12  
Lesson 45, Part 2 
written assessment 8 identifying 1cup and 1/2cup measuring cups, tablespoons, teaspoons, and 1/2 teaspoons reading a recipe 

Lesson 46  identifying similarities and differences among coins counting nickels 

Lesson 47  writing the data using digits  
Lesson 48  creating a bar graph creating and reading a Venn diagram 

Lesson 49  ordering twodigit numbers  
Lesson 50, Part 1 
addition facts: sums of 13 and 14  
Lesson 50, Part 2 
written assessment 9 reading a recipe measuring ingredients for a recipe 

Lesson 51  counting dimes, nickels, and pennies  
Lesson 52  identifying a line of symmetry creating a symmetrical design 

Lesson 53  adding twodigit numbers using dimes and pennies (part 1)  
Lesson 54  adding twodigit numbers using dimes and pennies (part 2)  
Lesson 55, Part 1 
addition facts: sums of 15, 16, 17, and 18  
Lesson 55 , Part 2 
written assessment 10 measuring to the nearest foot 

Lesson 56  drawing a number line drawing line segments to the nearest inch locating points on a number line 
*Number Line Diagram 
Lesson 57  making polygons on a geoboard identifying the angles of a polygon 

Lesson 58  adding three or more singledigit numbers identifying the associative property of addition 

Lesson 59  writing fractions using fraction notation  
Lesson 60 , Part 1 
subtraction facts: subtracting 0  
Lesson 60 , Part 2 
written assessment 11 identifying and creating congruent shapes 

Lesson 61  adding twodigit numbers with regrouping, using dimes and pennies (Part 1)  
Lesson 62  adding twodigit numbers with regrouping, using dimes and pennies (Part 2)  
Lesson 63  using the addition algorithm (Part 1 )  
Lesson 64  using the addition algorithm (Part 2)  
Lesson 65, Part 1 
subtracting facts: subtracting 1  
Lesson 65 , Part 2 
written assessment 12 identifying and creating similar shapes and designs 

Lesson 66  creating and reading a Venn diagram  
Lesson 67  identifying a.m. and p.m. identifying noon and midnight identifying dozen and half dozen 

Lesson 68  adding three twodigit numbers  
Lesson 69  reading a thermometer to the nearest 2 degrees  
Lesson 70 , Part 1 
subtraction facts: subtracting 2  
Lesson 70 , Part 2 
written assessment 13 identifying and creating overlapping geometric shapes 

Lesson 71  subtracting 10 from a twodigit number  
Lesson 72  measuring and drawing line segments to the nearest half inch  
Lesson 73  adding twodigit numbers with a sum greater than 100  
Lesson 74  ordering threedigit numbers  
Lesson 75 , Part 1 
subtraction facts: subtracting 3  
Lesson 75 , Part 2 
written assessment 14 identifying gallon, halfgallon, quart, and liter containers estimating and finding the capacity of containers 

Lesson 76  counting large collections by grouping by 10’s and by 100’s identifying the place value of a digit in a threedigit number representing threedigit numbers pictorially 

Lesson 77  showing a threedigit number using base ten blocks writing a threedigit number for a model or picture 

Lesson 78  telling and showing time to fiveminute intervals  
Lesson 79  adding three twodigit numbers with a sum greater than 100  
Lesson 80 , Part 1 
subtraction facts: subtracting 4  
Lesson 80 , Part 2 
written assessment 15 cutting a geometric shape apart and making a new shape 

Lesson 81  using comparison symbols (>, <, and =)  
Lesson 82  reading and drawing a pictograph with a scale of 2  
Lesson 83  writing a fraction to show a part of a set  
Lesson 84  writing a number in expanded form  
Lesson 85 , Part 1 
subtraction facts: subtracting 5  
Lesson 85 , Part 2 
written assessment 16 covering designs with Tangram pieces 

Lesson 86  writing dollar amounts using $ and ¢  
Lesson 87  subtracting twodigit numbers using dimes and pennies (Part 1)  
Lesson 88  subtracting twodigit numbers using dimes and pennies (Part 2)  
Lesson 89  subtracting twodigit numbers (Part 1)  
Lesson 90, Part 1 
subtraction facts: subtracting 6  
Lesson 90, Part 2 
written assessment 17 covering the same design in different ways using tangram pieces 

Lesson 91  subtracting twodigit numbers (Part 2)  
Lesson 92  writing number sentences to show equal groups multiplying by 10 

Lesson 93  counting quarters  
Lesson 94  rounding to the nearest 10  
Lesson 95 , Part 1 
subtraction facts: subtracting 7  
Lesson 95, Part 2 
written assessment 18 estimating and counting large collections 

Lesson 96  finding one half of a set with an even number of objects  
Lesson 97  finding one half of a set with an odd number of objects  
Lesson 98  estimating a sum  
Lesson 99  measuring using feet and inches  
Lesson 100 , Part 1  subtraction facts: subtracting 8  
Lesson 100 , Part 2  written assessment 19 finding the area of shapes using pattern blocks 

Lesson 101  identifying geometric solids (cone, cube, sphere, cylinder, rectangular solid, and pyramid )  
Lesson 102  measuring and drawing line segments using centimeters  *Estimator 
Lesson 103  multiplying by 1 multiplying by 100 

Lesson 104  finding perimeter  *Perimeter Practice 
Lesson 105 , Part 1  subtraction facts: subtracting 9  
Lesson 105 , Part 2  written assessment 20 writing observations from a graph 

Lesson 106  telling and showing time to the minute  
Lesson 107  counting quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies showing money amounts using quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies 

Lesson 108  identifying parallel lines and line segments  
Lesson 109  adding threedigit numbers and money amounts  
Lesson 110 , Part 1  multiplication facts: multiplying by 5  
Lesson 110 , Part 2  written assessment 21 measuring weight using customary units 

Lesson 111  representing and writing mixed numbers (Part 1)  
Lesson 112  representing and writing mixed numbers (Part 2)  
Lesson 113  creating and reading a bar graph with a scale of 2  
Lesson 114  identifying right angles  
Lesson 115 , Part 1  multiplication facts: multiplying by 2  
Lesson 115 , Part 2  written assessment 22 finding area using oneinch color tiles 

Lesson 116  acting out and drawing pictures for equal groups stories  
Lesson 117  writing number sentences for equal groups stories  
Lesson 118  identifying intersecting lines identifying perpendicular lines 

Lesson 119  subtracting threedigit numbers and money amounts  
Lesson 120 , Part 1  multiplication facts: multiplying by 3  
Lesson 120 , Part 2  written assessment 23 describing the likelihood of an event 

Lesson 121  making and labeling an array  
Lesson 122  writing number sentences for arrays  
Lesson 123  telling and showing time to the quarter hour  
Lesson 124  identifying and showing transformations: translations, rotations, and reflections  
Lesson 125 , Part 1  multiplication facts: multiplying by 4  
Lesson 125 , Part 2  written assessment 24 choosing a survey question and choices representing data using a graph 

Lesson 126  locating and graphing points on a coordinate graph  
Lesson 127  showing change for $1.00  
Lesson 128  dividing by 2  
Lesson 129  finding the area of a rectangle  
Lesson 130 , Part 1  multiplication facts: multiplying by 0  
Lesson 130 , Part 2  written assessment 25 identifying the multiples of 2, 3, 4, and 5 

Lesson 131  measuring weight (mass) using metric units  
Lesson 132  doubling a number  
Lesson 133  dividing a set of objects into equal groups  
Lesson 134  recording information on a graph  *Pie Charts 
Lesson 135  written assessment 26 conducting a probability experiment 
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