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The students will be able to compare two two-digit numbers and decide whether the first number is greater than, less than, or equal to the second number.

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Comparing double digit numbers

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The students will be able to compare two two-digit numbers and decide whether the first number is greater than, less than, or equal to the second number.

The Marvelous Math Race

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Students will use their knowledge of numerical expressions to compete in a race to see who will solve the expression first.

Numerical Translation Stations

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The students will be able to express numerical expressions verbally and change verbal phrases into numerical expressions. The goal is to have groups rotate through stations and work with their peers...

Add and Subtract numbers to 1,000

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Students will be able to add and subtract numbers fluently to 1,000.

Honor a Vet on Veteran's Day

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This lesson will explain the beginnings of Veteran's Day as an annual celebration in the United States, as well as familiarizing students with the 5 main branches of the Armed Services. Excellent...

Pumpkin Problems : Numerical Expressions

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The students will be able to evaluate numerical expressions involving grouping symbols. In this fall-themed lesson, students will use engaging materials such as pumpkin cutouts, dry-erase boards, and...

Coordinate System Obstacle

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The students will be able to define a coordinate system, label the origin, y-axis, and x-axis, and put points on the coordinate plane. This is an active lesson that will make a lasting impression on...

Partition squares, rectangles, and circles

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The students will be able to partition squares, rectangles, and circles into two or four equal parts using the words halves, fourths, a half of, and a fourth of.

Order of Operations Treasure Hunt

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Students will work together to solve numeric expressions to reveal clues on where to find the hidden treasure in the classroom. Students can remember the correct order of operations by the acronym...