A fully ONLINE interactive lesson designed to build on understanding of multiplication & division.
By: Carly Brown
A fully ONLINE interactive lesson that includes addition problems and navigating a map.
By: Nicole Dyke, Marine Dupes, & Maria Kramer
Students make decisions related to time and money as they play an online board game called Life: East Knoxville Edition. The goal of the game is to complete all of your errands over a 2 hour period with $25 to spend.
By Ally Key & Cassandra Altuzar
Students manipulate shapes on a geoboard and on graph paper to understand area as the space taken up by a plot and division as an equal amount in each group.
By: Sarah Benson & Peyton Motley
Students create a “daily special” for the local Stop-N-Go by choosing from a variety of ingredients and staying within budget and earning a profit. Click here for task card.
By: Emily Bernier & Stephanie Smith
Teachers, students, and families sit at a table together, with counters, paper, and pencils and figure out how many feet are beneath the table without looking.
By: Jess Corliss & Hannah Maddox
Students explore how many combinations they can make by matching ice cream flavors and toppings.
By: Carolyn Hodge & Brianna Hays
Students get a certain amount of money to spend at the market. They are asked to show all the different ways they could spend the amount of money they are given.
By: Kristen Chandler, Kelsey Fields, Hannah Peterson, & Allyson Sullivan
Students roll dice and reason about the numbers to add their choice of “toppings” to make pizza.
By: Ali Kessling & Susanna Lowy