ALEX Lesson Plans
Subject: English Language Arts (1), or Mathematics (1), or Social Studies (1)
Title: Does Time Really Stand in Line? Learning About a Timeline.
Description: In this lesson, students will learn the purpose of a timeline and how to create one. Students will also be able to apply timeline skills to reading comprehension.
Subject: Languages Other Than English (Foreign Languages) (K - 2), or Mathematics (1)
Title: Camp Add "Em Up II
Description: At Camp Add ‘Em Up it’s time to or “2” find patterns in the environment. Students will work in pairs as they build understanding of how to count by 2’s. Students will use digital cameras to capture “2’s” in their classroom (2 shoes, 2 hands, 2 feet, 2 eyes, etc.). Students will create patterns of 2’s using paper blocks and/or Unifix cubes. Students will demonstrate their understanding of 2’s and their creativity by creating a PhotoStory of found or created pairs. Students will also use a 100’s chart and look for visual patterns.
Subject: Mathematics (K - 2)
Title: Show Me the Money
Description: In this lesson, students identify coins, describe their attributes, learn their value, and count like coins. Students view an interactive web lesson that provides practice. Concepts are taught using songs, poems and games.
This lesson plan was created by exemplary Alabama Math Teachers through the AMSTI project.
Subject: Mathematics (K - 2)
Title: "Triple Addition Shuffle"
Description: Student will engage in a card game that will enhance their thinking while adding more than two numbers.This lesson plan was created as a result of the Girls Engaged in Math and Science, GEMS Project funded by the Malone Family Foundation.
Thinkfinity Lesson Plans
Title: Building Sets of Seven
Description: In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students construct and identify sets of seven objects. They compare sets of up to seven items and record a set of seven in chart form.
Thinkfinity Partner: Illuminations
Grade Span: K,PreK,1,2
Money Money Money Part 2: Counting Like and Unlike Sets
This is the part 2 of my series on money. With this podcast students will practice skip counting as they learn to count like and unlike sets of coins.
Money Money Money Part 1: Name that Coin
Since money is an important component of our everyday lives, I have designed a series of podcast that will help students learn to identify each coin, count money, and make change. The first podcast focuses on coin identification. After viewing this podcast, students should be able to identify each coin and determine its monetary value.
In this podcast our class will demonstrate how we use calendar math each day. We discussed the days of the week. We graphed the daily, monthly and yearly weather. We used the 100's chart to practice skip counting and even and odd numbers. We used straws to count the days of school, grouping ones, tens and one hundreds.