10 Minute Lesson
Growing Math Teacher PD
Funded by USDA, Growing Math provides ready-to-roll-out lessons and games combining math, agricultural science and Indigenous history and culture that can be easily used in Grades 3-8 classrooms. The project addresses attendance, engagement and improving student math scores. The project will provide resources, curriculum, training and tech support to teachers and students in Grades 3-8 at schools in six states: Arizona, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon and South Dakota.
100+ Bloom's Taxonomy Verbs For Critical Thinking
Bloom’s Taxonomy’s verbs–also know as power verbs or thinking verbs–are extraordinarily powerful instructional planning tools. They can be used for curriculum mapping, assessment design, lesson planning, personalizing and differentiating learning. #CultofPedagogyPin
Are primary sources important in learning history?
Have your students watch the following two videos back to back. Not the galloping buffalo, the video below that. These two videos together are great resources for a lesson on the value of primary sources. Click on the link down below to get a 10 minute lesson.
Counting Scavenger Hunt
What do you do on snow days, rainy days and just days when your kids seem to have a little too much energy to sit still? How about a scavenger hunt where they run around and learn their numbers in Spanish and English all while learning how to use an augmented reality app? Oh, did I mention that the app, Counting by 2 Languages, is free?
START AT THE END - Problem solving
I don’t care how old you are, word problems can confuse you. This is particularly true when you have a lot of extra information. That’s what the world is like, though.
Quick! Which one is the dividend and which is the divisor? Unless, you have learned, or taught, division fairly recently, I bet you had to to think about it for a while. Maybe you don’t even know.
MATH TERMS with Zombies
Sometimes students get a problem wrong not because they don’t know the answer but because they don’t understand the question. What is the difference between 210 and 11 ? Well, one is a three-digit number and the other is a two-digit number. Just kidding. That’s a math joke. To find the difference, you subtract, so the answer is 199. #7gengames #edtech #homeschool #teachers #education #study #mathematics #math
An antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word. Watch this video to learn all about antonyms. Adjectives can have antonyms. So can adverbs and verbs . Did you know that sometimes you can make a word into its antonym just by adding a prefix? Don’t know what a prefix is? Click the link down below to learn about it!
Fractions, that’s usually a math concept that students either love or hate. From what I’ve observed while in the classroom, and from personal experience, that love or hate stems from whether students understand the concept or not. Here is a ten minute lesson that can be extra helpful for students starting to learn about fractions.
10 Minute Lesson
Welcome to 10 Minute Lesson by 7 Generation Games, where we make games that make you smarter. In this board, you'll find some quick lessons you can use when you got some extra time in your class. CLICK THE LINK DOWN BELOW TO CHECK ALL OUR LESSONS