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Number and Operations

Fraction Tracks

3-5

Fraction Tracks Fraction Tracks from the Standards E-Examples (5.5.1).

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Algebra

4.1.2 Describing Patterns

Pre-K-2

Give examples of various ways students might interpret the same sequence of cubes.

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Data Analysis and Probability

4.6.2a Discussing Strategies Extension

Pre-K-2
Consider how this estimation activity provides an opportunity for the student with Down's Syndrome to participate.
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Data Analysis and Probability

4.6.2 Discussing Strategies

Pre-K-2
Work in groups to share ideas.
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Algebra

4.1.3 Extending Pattern Understanding

Pre-K-2

Begin to relate two patterns in a functional relationship. 

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Geometry

4.2.1 Making Triangles

Pre-K-2

Understand the mathematical meaning of a triangle and the idea of congruence, or sameness, in geometry.

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Algebra

7.5 Representational Relationships of Lines and Parabolas

9-12
Explore the effect of coefficients and constants within linear and quadratic functions.
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Data Analysis and Probability

Understanding Best-fit with a Visual Mode: Measuring Error in a Linear Model

9-12

Minimize the error in a line of best fit by toggling between four different measuring methods.

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Geometry

7.3 Understanding Ratios of Areas of Inscribed Figures Using Interactive Diagrams of Polygons

9-12

Explore the relationship between the inner and outer areas of inscribed polygons in this e-example by rotating a polygon within itself. Options include four different polygons along with the capability to move vertices.

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Geometry

6.5 Understanding the Pythagorean Relationship

6-8
Provide a proof without words for the Pythagorean Theorem.