# Individualized Math

30 records found

## Lesson Plan #1

Identify numbers 0 to 5 and count numbers 1 to 5.
Math, Elementary, Kindergarten

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Identify numbers 0 – 5
• Count numbers 1 - 5

## Lesson Plan #1

Relate plane figures to solid figures.

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Relate plane figures to solid figures.

## Lesson Plan #1

Subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number with single regrouping.

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Calculate the difference between a 3-digit and a 2- or 3-digit number with single regrouping.
• Solve word problems using subtraction with single regrouping.

## Lesson Plan #1

Compare two fractions that have like numerators.

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Compare fractions with like numerators using models.
• Compare fractions with like numerators using a number line.

## Lesson Plan #1

Multiply a 1- or 2-digit number by two 1-digit numbers

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Calculate the product of three 1-digit numbers.
• Calculate the product of a 1- or 2-digit number and two 1-digit numbers.
• Solve multi-step word problems using multiplication.

## Lesson Plan #1

Use multiplication as a check for division

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Check division quotients using multiplication.

## Lesson Plan #1

Write a number sentence to solve one-step word problems

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Write a number sentence for one-step word problems with fractions and decimals.
• Calculate the solution to one-step word problems with fractions and decimals.

## Lesson Plan #1

Calculate the volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Find the volume of a rectangular prism.
• Find the volume of a cylinder.

## Lesson Plan #1

Calculate the volume of a pyramid and cone

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Use a formula to find the volume of a pyramid.
• Use a formula to find the volume of a cone.

## Lesson Plan #1

Equation of a line: slope-intercept form

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Write an equation in slope-intercept form when given the slope and y-intercept of a line.
• Write an equation in slope-intercept form when given the graph of an equation.
• Write an equation in slope-intercept form when given the slope and one point on a line.

## Lesson Plan #2

Identify and match equivalent sets of objects.
Math, Elementary, Kindergarten

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Compare sets of objects.
• Use one-to-one correspondence.
• Identify and match sets that have the same number of objects.

## Lesson Plan #2

Count and write numbers 1 to 100.

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Count to 100.
• Write numbers to 100.

## Lesson Plan #2

Collect data and create a bar graph.

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Recall the components of a bar graph.
• Use a bar graph to interpret data.
• Create a bar graph using collected data.

## Lesson Plan #2

Calculate the area of irregular shapes using square units

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Calculate the area of irregular shapes using square units.

## Lesson Plan #2

Solve multi-step word problems involving any combination of basic operations

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Write a number sentence for multi-step word problems involving any combination of basic operations.
• Solve multi-step word problems involving any combination of basic operations.

## Lesson Plan #2

Solve an algebraic equation with one variable

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Solve addition and subtraction equations containing one variable.
• Use inverse operations to isolate the variable in an equation.
• Check solutions to addition and subtraction equations with one variable.

## Lesson Plan #2

Calculate a number from a percent

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Compute a number from a given percentage.

## Lesson Plan #2

Solve equations involving rational numbers using addition and subtraction

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Use addition or subtraction to solve equations involving rational numbers.

## Lesson Plan #2

Linear system: real-life situations and solutions

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Develop and write systems of linear equations to represent real-life situations.
• Solve systems of linear equations by graphing using technology when appropriate.
• Determine whether a system of linear equations has one solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions by graphing and interpret the solution in a real-life situation.

## Lesson Plan #2

Identify the division facts related to a multiplication fact

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Write the division facts related to a multiplication fact.
• Write the multiplication facts related to a division fact.

## Lesson Plan #3

Compare objects by shape, size, height, or length.
Math, Elementary, Kindergarten

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Compare the shape and size of objects by identifying which is larger or smaller.
• Compare the height of objects by identifying which is taller or shorter.
• Compare the length of objects by identifying which is longer or shorter.

## Lesson Plan #3

Tell and write time to half hours using analog and digital clocks.

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Tell and write time to half hours using analog clocks.
• Tell and write time to half hours using digital clocks.

## Lesson Plan #3

Combine and identify the value of a collection of coins and bills through \$5.00.

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Identify the value of a collection of coins and bills.
• Write the value of coins and bills using a dollar sign and decimal point

## Lesson Plan #3

Demonstrate equivalence in base ten to thousands

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Demonstrate representing 10 ones as one ten.
• Demonstrate representing 10 tens as one hundred.
• Demonstrate representing 10 hundreds as one thousand.

## Lesson Plan #3

Identify the greater or lesser of two decimals

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Compare decimals to determine which has a greater or lesser value.
• Arrange decimals with place values aligned vertically.
• Use the symbols for equals, greater than and less than correctly in a number sentence.

## Lesson Plan #3

Determine a missing dimension given the area and one dimension

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Draw a diagram for a given situation.
• Calculate a missing dimension given the area and one dimension of a rectangle.

## Lesson Plan #3

Divide multi-digit numbers

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Divide 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers, with and without remainders.
• Divide 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers, with and without remainders.

## Lesson Plan #3

Solve a multi-step problem involving decimal numbers

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Use order of operations to solve a problem involving decimal numbers. Solve a multi-step word problem involving decimal numbers.

## Lesson Plan #3

Graph two linear equations

Supporting Documents can be accessed by clicking on the three activity links below. Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and Applied Practice activities to support the following lesson objectives:
Student will be able to:
• Graph two linear equations.
• Use a graph of two linear equations to determine where the lines intersect.

## Lesson Plan #3

Factor polynomials