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**Lesson Plan Name** |
**Grades** |

4th Grade Double Digit Multiplication |
4 to 4 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) How to multiply two 2-digit numbers using the window pane and butterfly methods. |

Array Intro to Multiplication |
2 to 2 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Students will read a story problem and show four ways array, repeated addition, commutative property, and drawing to solve the problem using a chart they created. |

Introducing Multiplication |
2 to 4 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) This lesson shows a hands-on way to introduce basic multiplication concepts, mainly in how multiplication relates to addition. |

Lattice Multiplication using ShowMe App |
3 to 6 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Students will use the iPad app ShowMe to solve one of the following multiplication problems below using the lattice method. As students solve the problems, students will explain what steps that are taking and why. While the iPad app ShowMe is recommended, any screen casting application can be used. |

Multiplication and Division Strategy Podcast |
3 to 5 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) The students will draft, edit, and publish a podcast explaining their favorite strategy for solving multiplication and division word problems. |

Multiplication Live! |
3 to 3 |

(0 stars, 2 ratings) Filming student lessons with multiplication |

Exponents |
4 to 5 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Introductions to Exponents: showing students how exponents work, what they are, explaining the meaning, and how important it is to understand it is repeated multiplication. |

Math Technology Lesson |
7 to 8 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Using technology and gathered photos, calculate fractions, decimals, and percents; analyze angles, triangles, and quadrilaterals; and find length and area of objects in and out of school. |

Multiplying 2-digit Numbers |
4 to 4 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Students will use several strategies to multiply two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers. They will use area models, partial products, and the standard algorithm. |

6th grade-Greatest Common Factor |
6 to 6 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Introduction to Greatest Common Factor |

A Math Twist |
3 to 6 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Students create mathematical problems using computer applications such as Microsoft Word and clearly explain in writing how the problem is solved. |

Digital Devices in the classroom |
2 to 12 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) The goal of this lesson is to teach students how their digital device can be a learning tool. By allowing them access to these tools in class we are enhancing their learning. |

Discovering Strategies to Divide |
5 to 5 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Students will solve real life story problems by modeling, writing equations, and justifying their use of operations and strategies. Strategies and solutions are then shared with the whole group to encourage flexible math thinking. |

Flat Stanley Visits....Your Imagination in Claymation! |
3 to 8 |

(0 stars, 2 ratings) Students will enhance their literature experience by producing a Claymation movie starring Flat Stanley Goes to...their imagination! |

Flip into a Classroom Website |
K to 12 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) I have a classroom website where my videos I have created on my Flip Video Camera are an intregral part of the overall effectiveness for both student and family use. |

Fractions |
3 to 3 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Students will be learning how to compare fractions of the same numerator or same denominator. The iPad mini will be used in whole group and small group instruction.
This grant will help our students to be able to use technology in a 1:1 setting to gain extra independent practice and guided instruction. The iPads will help our students to work towards meeting the 3rd grade CCSS. |

Learning About Area and Microsoft Excel |
3 to 3 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Third grade students will enhance their knowledge of area and technology by creating a floor plan of their home using excel. |

Math Game Video Tutorials |
3 to 6 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) To facilitate increased family involvement and support of students' mathematics learning, students collaborated in small groups to create video tutorials for family members to watch and learn how to play the math games students play at school as part of their math lessons. |

Minor League Baseball Stadium |
5 to 12 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Students will compare other small towns with minor league stadiums and budget, design, plan, fundraise, and build one for our town of Wentzville |

Solving Systems of Linear Equations Using Substitution |
7 to 12 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) This Algebra I lesson uses SMART Board technology to provide students with a physical sense of the process of substitution and how it can be used in solving a system of linear equations. |

Tablet use in Centers |
P-K to 9 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Teacher will use a tablet in a center in order to focus student on quick activities centered on one concept. Students will cycle through the 6 centers in groups of 4. |

Technology for All Learners |
4 to 4 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Lesson objectives:
1) I can identify the parts of a fraction.
2) I can compare fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator. |

Technology for All Learners |
4 to 4 |

(0 stars, 2 ratings) Lesson objectives:
1) I can identify the parts of a fraction.
2) I can compare fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator. |

Tutorial Videos |
K to 5 |

(0 stars, 2 ratings) Videos created for school and community access to impact student learning. Students use videos to review concepts, work at their own pace, and gain confidence. |

What are Numbers?: Learning to Add |
K to 1 |

Students explore digital camera use while learning basic math concepts and simple number identification. |

Writing Equivalent Expressions |
9 to 12 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) This involves writing equivalent expressions using area model and exploring difference of squares through an interactive activity. |

“Through the Eyes of a Child- Student Photography” Elementary Level – Visual Arts |
2 to 5 |

(0 stars, 1 ratings) Students will experience the beauty of literacy through the use of photography. Teacher guided photography instruction will focus on the subject areas of reading and writing skills to help students become better readers. |