# Math Teacher Resources

Need elementary math resources? Use Lesson Planet to find curriculum covering topics such as counting, shapes (like this shape-dice printable!), addition, subtraction, time (this time concept book is fantastic), measurement, and arithmetic. Try this interactive to help youngsters understand the relationship between addition and subtraction.

For more advanced classes, find lessons on geometry, fractions, percent, ratios, rates, proportions (here's a great video), area (simple worksheet here), volume, triangles, angles, exponents, negative numbers, statistics and probability, linear equations, graphing, real-world problem solving, polynomials, trigonometry, and matrices. Even find resources for more advanced topics such as series, limits, and derivatives covered in calculus and pre-calculus courses.

Whether you are teaching the basics or advanced topics, Lesson Planet can guide you to resources that will make math come alive for students!

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#### Multi-Step Problems in the Real World

For Teachers 6th Standards
Connect graphs, equations, and tables for real-world problems. Young mathematicians analyze relationships to identify independent and dependent variables. These identifications help create tables and graphs for each situation.
Lesson Plan
Virginia Department of Education

#### Field Goals, Balls, and Nets

For Teachers 6th Standards
Score a resource on ratios. Young mathematicians learn about different ways to express ratios. Using sports data, they write statements about the statistics in ratio form.
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Virginia Department of Education

#### Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences

For Teachers 7th
Future mathematicians learn about arithmetic and geometric sequences, as well as common ratios and differences as they complete a worksheet matching sequences with the algebraic expressions that represent them.
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Virginia Department of Education

#### Volume of a Rectangular Prism

For Teachers 7th Standards
Fill the minds of your young mathematicians. A hands-on activity has learners fill in a rectangular prism with unit cubes to determine its volume. the exercise provides a great hands-on way for learners to connect the activity to the...
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Virginia Department of Education

#### Equation Vocabulary

For Teachers 6th Standards
You'd feel bad if someone called you by the wrong name — and equations are no different. Young mathematicians learn the vocabulary associated with equations and expressions identifying these components in sample equations.
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Virginia Department of Education

#### Give or Take a Few

For Teachers 6th Standards
Young mathematicians extend their knowledge of rational numbers on a number line to graph inequalities by first using number cards to compare rational numbers. They finish by using similar reasoning to graph inequalities on a number line.
Interactive
CK-12 Foundation

#### Percent of a Number: Rock Climbing

For Students 6th - 8th
What percent of the 100 ft. rock has Marta climbed? Young mathematicians find the percent of number (the rock height) by moving the climber up and down the rock.
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#### Multi-Step Problems—All Operations

For Teachers 6th Standards
Harness the power of algebra to solve problems. Young mathematicians learn to work out multi-step problems by applying algebraic techniques, such as solving equations and proportions. They use tape diagrams to model the problem to finish...
Assessment
Illustrative Mathematics

#### How Many Days Until Summer Vacation?

For Students 2nd Standards
On the 124th day of school, young mathematicians are asked to find out how many days are left in the 180-day school year. The teacher version to the task offers several ways the problem can be solved, and can be used to guide instruction...
Assessment
Illustrative Mathematics

#### Representing Half of a Rectangle

For Students 2nd Standards
Did you know one half of a rectangle be represented in more than one way? Young mathematicians choose the rectangles that represents one half with an instructive worksheet.
Interactive
CK-12 Foundation

#### Possible Triangles with Side-Side-Angle

For Students 10th - 12th
It's not often that math allows for multiple answers. Young mathematicians identify possible numbers of triangles when given two sides and a non-included angle. An interactive helps with this investigation.
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#### Change of Basis | Essence of Linear Algebra, Chapter 9

For Students 11th - Higher Ed Standards
It is all about perspective. A video introduces the idea that the view of a vector all depends upon the perspective of the basis vectors. Knowing how to go from one coordinate system's basis vectors to another system's basis vectors...
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#### Distances

For Students 6th - 12th
How can you determine the distance between two objects when one is incredibly far away? Discover how early astronomers and mathematicians calculated quantities such as the distance between Earth and the Sun in an insightful video. The...
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Crash Course

#### A Brief History of the Universe

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
No one was actually there to see the birth of the universe, but years of collaboration between physicists and mathematicians allow us to glimpse all but a fraction of a second of it. A narrated journey shows the phase changes early...
Interactive
CK-12 Foundation

#### Slope-Intercept Form: Mountain Train

For Students 7th - 9th
Hop aboard to learn about the slope-intercept form. Young mathematicians use an interactive to adjust the path a train takes up a mountain. A set of challenge questions helps them see the connection between key features and the...
Interactive
CK-12 Foundation

#### Definition of Probability: It's in the Bag!

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
It's not in the bag. An interactive provides the probability of picking a certain color marble from a bag after several marbles have been removed. Young mathematicians learn about dependent events from this resource.