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Math Fun with Legos: Learning with Inequalities & Expressions Part 3-Subtraction
In this one time 55 minute class, the learner will use legos to learn about inequalities with subtraction.
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In this class students will expand their knowledge of the greater than, less than, and equal to symbols as well as review the definitions of inequality and expression. The learner will use lego blocks as a kinesthetic tool to model the math concepts. The teacher will begin the class by reviewing the math vocabulary using the lego blocks to model. Once the vocabulary is reviewed, the teacher will work with the learners on modeling inequalities and equations of their own that use...
Students will be able to solve inequalities and equations with addition. Students will also be able to solve multi-step word problems using subtraction and writing the answer as an inequality or equation.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The teacher will evaluate the learner's progress during class with the modeling activity.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
37 total reviews
43 completed classes
Hi! My name is Jessica and I am a homeschool momma to 4 precious kids. In addition to homeschooling my own children, I have taught for the last two years at our homeschool co-op and have four years experience teaching in a public school...