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##### Visit the South Carolina Department of Education for Mathematics standards. Take a quick look at all Math series on Knowitall.org
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...

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...

Collecting, Organizing, and Representing Data

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The students will be able to collect, organize, and represent data in numerous ways. They will use manipulatives to help make tallies. They will also use information they have collected to create...

Fractions

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The students will have an understanding of fractions, and be able to represent fractions in multiple ways.

Bridge Builders

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Students will build bridges based on their knowledge of shapes.The goal is to discover which shapes are the strongest and why certain structures are built the way they are. They will be able to...

Multiplication

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The students will be able to multiply one-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10 in the range 10-90, using the knowledge they already know about place value and properties of operations.

Multiplication

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The students will be able to multiply one-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10 in the range 10-90, using the knowledge they already know about place value and properties of operations.