In this lesson, students will craft riddles to describe 2D shapes based on their points, angles, and lines.
from Heather Weinshank
Heather is an experienced elementary educator who has taught grades K-3, as well computers and STEAM. She is currently a technology coach, working with teachers in grades K-5, to help integrate technology into their lessons and curriculum.
In this lesson, students will classify a given set of shapes and provide an explanation to justify their answer.
In this lesson, students will explain how they can respect others online.
In this lesson, students will describe actions that they can take to keep a clean digital footprint.
Students will interpret data to write and solve a real-world word problem involving distance.
In this lesson, students will provide clues to the location of a mystery rational number on the number line.
In this lesson, students will explain how they can make a safe choice when faced with a tricky situation online.
In this lesson, students will explain how they know whether a sample object is or is not symmetrical.
In this lesson, students will learn to write and evaluate matching expressions and exponential form involving whole-number exponents.
In this lesson, students will describe a beneficial way to utilize the Internet and/or social media that impacts the greater good.
In this lesson, students will write and solve word problems involving the addition or subtraction of fractions with like denominators.
In this lesson, students will define a coding term by describing and providing an example of it in context.
In this lesson, students will write and solve word problems for the perimeter or area of a rectangle.
In this lesson, students will round decimals to a given place value.
In this lesson, students will develop the idea for an app that will solve a problem they encounter at home or at school.
In this lesson, students will work in pairs to explain how to create common denominators and compare fractions. Students will show the calculations used to create common denominators on a separate worksheet.
In this lesson, students will compare decimals to the thousandths >, <, = by comparing weight, speed, or distance in a comic.
In this lesson, students will describe the elevations and temperatures of locations using positive and negative numbers.
In this lesson, students will demonstrate their knowledge of key coding vocabulary.
In this lesson, students will create word problems requiring addition or subtraction of multi-digit numbers. Students will solve word problems written by a classmate.
In this lesson, students will learn how to stay safe online.
In this lesson, students will imagine an invention that would solve a problem at home or at school.
Students will describe an invention that would solve a global or environmental problem, e.g., flooding, waste disposal, pollution, extreme heat, etc.
In this lesson, students will read and write numbers in base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Students will also compare numbers using >, <, = symbols.
In this lesson, students will round multi-digit numbers to any place value.
Students will use percentages in order to determine how much to tip.
Students will create and explain their own number patterns and rules.
Students will explain the pattern of the number of zeros of the product when multiplying by powers of 10. Students will recognize that powers of 10 are represented as 10 with an exponent.
Students will imagine a solution to a real life STEM problem by creating a STEM superhero comic.
In this lesson students will explore a STEM career that interests them.
Students will create a numerical pattern using a given rule and apply to generate ordered pairs. Students will explain the relationship between the numbers.
Students will create a STEM superhero based on one of the components of STEM. Students will craft a scenario for their superhero based on their traits and area of expertise.
Students will learn about prime and composite numbers and their factors.
Students will explain the solution of multistep word problems using the four operations.
Students will explore a future career that interests them.
Students will use key words to solve word problems using multiplication and/or division and create a problem solving comic.
Analyze proportional relationships and use them to solve real-world and mathematical problems.
Students will define the meaning of a ratio and provide several examples using real-life scenarios.
Students will write equations using parentheses, brackets, and/or braces and explain the order of how to solve.
After completing a STEM challenge students will reflect on their thought process and results.