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# Math Sample Lesson Plans

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## 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.**

Math, Elementary, Grade 1

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.**

Math, Elementary, Grade 2

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.**

Math, Elementary, Grade 3

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**

Math, Elementary, Grade 4

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**

Math, Elementary, Grade 5

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**

Math, Middle, Grade 6

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**

Math, Middle, Grade 7

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**

Math, Middle, Grade 8

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**

Math, High, Grade 9

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.**

Math, Elementary, Grade 1

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.**

Math, Elementary, Grade 2

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**

Math, Elementary, Grade 4

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**

Math, Elementary, Grade 5

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**

Math, Middle, Grade 6

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**

Math, Middle, Grade 7

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**

Math, Middle, Grade 8

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**

Math, High, Grade 9

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**

Math, Elementary, Grade 3

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.**

Math, Elementary, Grade 1

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.**

Math, Elementary, Grade 2

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**

Math, Elementary, Grade 3

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**

Math, Elementary, Grade 4

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**

Math, Elementary, Grade 5

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**

Math, Middle, Grade 6

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**

Math, Middle, Grade 7

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**

Math, Middle, Grade 8

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**

Math, High, Grade 9

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:

- Factor the difference of two squares.
- Factor perfect square trinomials.
- Factor polynomials by finding the greatest common factor.