# Hawaii Math Common Core

Evaluate and organize Common Core State Standard aligned math resources for K-12
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# Dinosaur Math

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The children will be involved in several different activities (graphing, sorting and classifying, patterning) rotating to each station during the lesson.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

# Body Graphing

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"Body Graphing" is an interactive graphing activity involving manipulatives to compare graphing results. With the use of ropes and unifix cubes students will learn to compare and contrast their body with classmates. The graphing activity can be extended to graph differences with height, hair and eye color, and other physical attributes.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: patsy morgan

# Soup's On!

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This lesson integrates children's literature and math. The students will listen to "Stone Soup" by Marcia Brown and bring items from home to make "First Grade Soup." The children will use the items to create a graph and share information about their graphs.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Vicki Rivenbark

# Back to School Problem Solving

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September is a great time for data collection activities as students are naturally curious about their new classmates. Ask questions that require students to analyze data and support their conclusions.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Terry Kawas

# Measure Me!

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In this task students work with partners to measure themselves by laying multiple copies of a shorter object that represents the length unit end to end. It gives students the opportunity to discuss the need to be careful when measuring.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Illustrative Mathematics

# Hands Up for Telling Time

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This introductory lesson on telling time will expose children to clocks and how they work. Children will begin to understand how to tell time and how the two separate hands on the clock operate. They will also gain understanding of the concept of time in general.

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Author: Lisa Williamson

# Problems of the Month: Measuring Mammals

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These measurement problems of the month are designed to be used schoolwide to promote a problem-solving theme at your school. Each problem is divided into five levels, Level A through Level E, to allow access and scaffolding for the students into different aspects of the problem and to stretch students to go deeper into mathematical complexity. Measurement problems cover number rate, area, and perimeter.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

# Twizzler Measurement

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Students will use technology, hands-on interaction, and active participation to compare and measure different heights of objects.

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# Investigating Dominoes

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Dominoes have become a staple in most primary classrooms. They build upon dice patterns and are often used to model decomposition of numbers, building student knowledge of addition facts. They are an excellent manipulative for primary students to use and these are some examples of how students might use dominoes in the math center. Try these domino games with students to improve math skills and number recognition. Encourage students to play these games at home with their families, using real dominoes or paper copies.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Terry Kawas

# Ones & Tens: Dinosaurs Stomp, Alligators Chomp

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Students will explore the concept of two-digit numbers by moving their bodies to represent either the tens or ones place. They will use their bodies to compare 2 two-digit numbers, using the symbols <,=,> to compare different values.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Teaching/Learning Strategy

# Hundred Board Activities 1

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Students learn the patterns in the hundred board by assembling puzzles. Teachers are able to assess student use of patterns in rows and columns by observing the student at work. This task is easily differentiated to accommodate the varied levels in a first grade class by changing the number of pieces and the shape of the pieces. Puzzle bags should be sequentially lettered so that students progress through harder versions of the task. Finally, students are asked to create their own puzzles for classmates to solve.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Game

Author: Terry Kawas

# Mr. Martini's Classroom Math Worksheets

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Printable math worksheets for primary math.

Material Type: Homework/Assignment