# Math

The Michigan Learning Channel provides supplemental math support for Kindergarten through 3rd Grade that are aligned with Michigan educational standards.

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• Break Apart Numbers
MathKindergarten

## Break Apart Numbers

Math MightsLesson 307

Join Mrs. Gray for a subtraction word problem with Professor Barble! Next, get ready for some fun with using D.C. to find ALL the ways to break apart numbers.

• Match Equations to 10 Frames
MathKindergarten

## Match Equations to 10 Frames

Math MightsLesson 311

Join Mrs. Gray for a Mystery Math Mistake word problem. Get ready to have fun with 10 frames matching equations to compositions and decompositions of 10.

• Label Story Problems
MathKindergarten

## Label Story Problems

Math MightsLesson 308

Join Mrs. Gray for a subtraction word problem with Professor Barble! We are going to have some fun doing word problems with 2 parts. We will learn together why…

• 10 Frames Different Ways
MathKindergarten

## 10 Frames Different Ways

Math MightsLesson 312

Join Mrs. Gray for Mystery Math Mistake word problem. Get ready to have fun with 10 frames by playing Shake Those Discs and figuring how many more are needed t…

• Make Sense of Equations

## Make Sense of Equations

Math MightsLesson 307

Join Mrs. Markavich for a subtraction word problem with Professor Barble. Next, get ready to make sense of equations that have a missing part and look out for …

• Compare Lengths

## Compare Lengths

Math MightsLesson 311

Join Mrs. Markavich for a Mystery Math Mistake with Value Pak - they need your help! Next, start to compare and order objects by length.

• Write Equations to Match the Strategy

## Write Equations to Match the Strategy

Math MightsLesson 308

Join Mrs. Markavich for a missing addend word problem with Professor Barble. Next, we are going to look closely at addition problems to see when we make a new …

• Compare Indirect Lengths

## Compare Indirect Lengths

Math MightsLesson 312

Join Mrs. Markavich for a Mystery Math Mistake with Value Pak, they need your help! Next, explore measuring by choosing objects to indirectly compare.