Please enter your email address and we'll send you instructions to reset your password. The email is on its way. Please allow a few minutes for it to arrive. Didn't receive the email? Go back and try again. Color by Sum: A Valentine's Day Math and Art Activity. This nifty lesson helps kinesthetic learners reinforce their knowledge of the commutative property. Students will love the challenge of matching equations with their fact families. Now that your first graders are able to count consecutively, introduce them to the tens and ones place values. Using tens and ones blocks will make math easy and fun for everyone! browser (you can bookmark this URL for future access). Color by Sum: A Valentine's Day Math and Art Activity. Members receive Education.com emails. You can change email preferences in account settings. To use our web app, go to TEENs.education.com in the web. Ready, set, fractions! In this hands-on lesson, your students will familiarize themselves with common fractions using concrete materials to practice splitting items into halves, thirds, and quarters. Let's start building numbers! Just as building skyscrapers is a visual representation of mathematics, students will use the visual representation of base-ten blocks to add—or build—onto a two-digit number. Give first graders a sense of time by introducing them to telling time by the hour. Students who have mastered the numbers 1 to 12 will be eager to keep the class on a time schedule. Your students will learn when to use less than and greater than and how to differentiate the two symbols in this lesson. They will have fun playing the role of the Less Than and Greater Than alligators! Explore time by introducing time on the half hour. Using the example of a whole pizza verses half a pizza, this lesson will make your students hungry to learn more. In this lesson, your students will become familiar with shapes by identifying them in real life. Your students will love identifying how many sides shapes have by drawing and counting them! How likely are you to recommend Education.com to your friends and colleagues? Food and grocery shopping will take on a different perspective for students by the end of this activity. Students may even find themselves keeping a closer eye on their pennies! Choose which type of app you would like to use. Your class will love this outdoor activity that teaches them how to compare the capacity of different containers. Collecting and graphing data can be a fantastic tool for getting to know your students and for your students to get to know one another! In this lesson, students will poll their classmates to gather data and then graph the results!. Introduce your class to composite shapes with this lesson that reviews geometric shapes and makes use of tangram puzzles. This lesson will give your students a strong base for learning geometry later on in their school careers. Let's make math real! Engage students in learning about measurement by measuring objects around the classroom and creating word problems for peers to solve. Use this lesson to teach your students about the appropriate wardrobe for the different seasons. Also, teach them about the wonderful holidays of each season!