Math

  • 1st Grade
    1st Grade Math

    Eureka Math – 1st – Lesson 12

    Make the next 10 to add 2 digits – How can you make the next ten? Join Mrs. Coleman for this lesson that encourages students to decompose one addend to make the next ten, then add the remaining amount to find the total. Students will need up to 40 small counting objects, as well as a whiteboard and marker or pencil and paper.

  • 1st Grade
    1st Grade Math

    Eureka Math – 1st – Lesson 11

    Making 10’s – How many do you need to make a new ten? Join Mrs. Coleman for this lesson that encourages students to apply the strategies of counting on and making ten to larger numbers.

  • 1st Grade
    1st Grade Math

    Eureka Math – 1st – Lesson 10

    Add 10’s to a 2-digit number – How can you add tens to a 2-digit number? Join Ms. Lassiter for this lesson as students learn to recognize that when tens are added to a number, the number of ones remain the same.

  • 3rd Grade
    3rd Grade Math

    Eureka Math – 3rd – Lesson 12

    Fractions on a number line – How can fractions be placed on a number line? Join Ms. Roose as she partitions and labels number lines to represent any fraction between 0 and 1. Students will need a whiteboard and marker or a pencil and paper.

  • 3rd Grade
    3rd Grade Math

    Eureka Math – 3rd – Lesson 11

    Comparing fractions – How can number lines represent fractions? In this lesson, Ms. Roose uses fraction strips to partition and label a number line. Students will need their fraction strips as well as a whiteboard and marker or a pencil and paper.

  • 2nd Grade
    2nd Grade Math

    Eureka Math – 2nd – Lesson 10

    More rectangle building – Let’s draw! In this lesson with Mr. Waldorf, students build on prior skills with concrete square tiles to draw rectangles composed of squares.

  • 2nd Grade
    2nd Grade Math

    Eureka Math – 2nd – Lesson 11

    Remove rows from an array – What happens when you remove rows or columns from an array? Join Mr. Waldorf for this lesson that encourages students to decompose rectangles and analyze the remaining rows or columns.

  • 2nd Grade
    2nd Grade Math

    Eureka Math – 2nd – Lesson 12

    Splitting up rectangles – Let’s make rectangles! Join Mr. Waldorf for this lesson as students explore different ways to make rectangles using the same number of squares each time. Students will need a pair of scissors.

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    Kindergarten Math

    Eureka Math – Kindergarten – Lesson 12

    Number sentences that make 7 – How many different addition number sentences can you write with a total of 7? Join Mr. Hammer for this lesson as we use cube trains to write number sentences with a total of 7! For this lesson, you’ll need seven objects that students can move around and count, along with a pencil and paper or whiteboard and dry erase marker.

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    Kindergarten Math

    Eureka Math – Kindergarten – Lesson 11

    Make number sentences – Did you know we can turn math stories into number sentences? Join Mr. Hammer for this lesson as we tell addition stories to 6 and show them with number bonds and number sentences!