In this download...this is what you get:
Week 1 Lesson Plan -and-
Sheet 21- Place Value to 1000, Word Form
Sheet 22- Place Value to 10,000
Sheet 23- Place Value to 10,000, 4 digit Subtraction, Adding Decimals, 2 by 1 digit Multiplication
Week 2 Lesson Plan -and-
Sheet 24- Expanded Form, Standard Form and Word Form up to 10,000 place
TEST/Sheet 25- Place Value Test-1-10,000 place
Sheet 26- Estimating to the 10’s Place.
Week 3 Lesson Plan -and-
Sheet 27- Estimating to the 100’s Place.
Sheet 28- Greater Than/Less Than/Equal To
Sheet 29- Order Numbers Least to Greatest and Greatest to Least
Week 4 Lesson Plan -and-
Sheet 30 –Test- Estimating, Greater Than, Less Than, Equal to
Elementary Elephant Math - Set 3, includes a simple, yet concise set of lesson plans, to go along with the provided Math sheets. (Answer Keys are also included!) It is a spiral Math curriculum that can be used in various ways. You can easily use the Math sheets as worksheets, however, they are more than that!
1. Use each Math Sheet and test as suggested in the provided lesson plans (in a monthly format). Consecutive Math Sets (2-10) will repeat focus skills in a spiraling format, while introducing new skills in chunks.
2. Use as worksheets, like you would with any other math sheet.
3. Supplement your existing curriculum with Elementary Elephant Math.
4. Use as your Math curriculum, knowing that it is Common Core Standards based aligned.
5. Use as a Replacement Math curriculum for the Resource Room, Tutoring, Home-School or as RTI (Response to Intervention) support.
Set 3 continues spiraling 2nd and 3rd grade Math skills, as well as teaching/introducing CCSS skills for 4th and 5th grade.
What Makes Elementary Elephant Math Different?
1. Less amount of math problems per Math Sheet
2. Repeated practice in various ways and in smaller chunks of learning spread out over time. (Spiral Math Concept)
3. No graphics, to distract from the task (-many 2nd grade level math sheets contain cute graphics, which my 4th/5th grade students viewed as “childish” looking).
Credibility & Research Based - YES! - With a Masters’ degree in Curriculum & Instruction, I used my background and current students as a guide in creating this curriculum. I could not find the specific curriculum to meet the various levels of Math needs of my 4th and 5th grade students. So I created Elementary Elephant Math! I used published textbooks as a guide, as well as the Common Core State Standards. In addition, I was inspired by research conducted by the University of Chicago, based on Spiral Math. Read more at: http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/about/why-it-works/spiral/