Math

Posted on January 9th, 2011 by kcoates.
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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

Counting on a Cloud

Connect the Dots to Make a Picture – [1-10]

Connect the Dots to Make a Picture – [1-15]

Connect the Dots to Make a Picture – [1-20]

Count the Number of Wheels



Counting

Worksheets to print

Count the Ants – [1-10]

Farm Addition

How Many? – [1-10]

How Many? – [1-20]

Learn to Count – [1-12]

Number Cards – [1-20]

Numeral recognition

Select Six

Select Seven

Select Eight

Valentine Counting – [1-10]

count to 10, count to 30, count to 50, count to 100, Customize it for some other number


Counting to 100

Worksheet Generator

Lesson 2

graphing data on a graph
identifying one more and one less than a number

Reading a Graph

I Am Special

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)

What Should I Wear?

Lesson 3 telling and showing time to the hour Clock Craft

Draw Hands

Identifying Time to the Hour

Telling Time

For whole class instruction

Time to the Hour

Analog Clock – (whole class activity)

Clock Program

Kid Klock

to the nearest hour

Telling Time Practice

Match Spoken Time to Numerical Time

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

*Odd or Even

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

Use Graphs to Answer Questions

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

*Fraction Review

*Fractions Model I

*Fractions II

*Identify With Circles

*Fraction Match

*Kids and Cookies

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.

*Stop the Clock/15 min.

*Stop the Clock/5 min.

*A Matter of Time

*What time is it?

*ClockWise

*Matching Time

*Reading Clocks

*Telling Time

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

*Reading Graphs

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 one-inch 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 two-digit number
Lesson 45,
Part 1
addition facts: sums of 12
Lesson 45,
Part 2
written assessment 8
identifying 1-cup and 1/2-cup 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 two-digit 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 two-digit numbers using dimes and pennies (part 1)
Lesson 54 adding two-digit 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 single-digit 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 two-digit numbers with regrouping, using dimes and pennies (Part 1)
Lesson 62 adding two-digit 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 two-digit 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 two-digit number
Lesson 72 measuring and drawing line segments to the nearest half inch
Lesson 73 adding two-digit numbers with a sum greater than 100
Lesson 74 ordering three-digit numbers
Lesson 75 ,
Part 1
subtraction facts: subtracting 3
Lesson 75 ,
Part 2
written assessment 14
identifying gallon, half-gallon, 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 three-digit number
representing three-digit numbers pictorially

Lesson 77 showing a three-digit number using base ten blocks
writing a three-digit number for a model or picture

Lesson 78 telling and showing time to five-minute intervals
Lesson 79 adding three two-digit 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 two-digit numbers using dimes and pennies (Part 1)
Lesson 88 subtracting two-digit numbers using dimes and pennies (Part 2)
Lesson 89 subtracting two-digit 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 two-digit 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

*Perimeter of a Square

*Perimeter of a Rectangle

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 three-digit 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 one-inch 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 three-digit 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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