In this lesson students will use geogebra and other tools to discover how to calculate the slope of a line. They will also recognize lines that have 0 and undefined slope.
Nearpod Math Lessons
This collection includes Nearpod lessons that support teaching math standards.
Here is a Nearpod that was created to give students another opportunity to solve real world problems using a Fall theme. These problems consist of word problems with basic multiplication and division strategies and facts. A fun new way to learn math.
In this math skill-based practice activity, students strengthen their understanding of associative, commutative, and distributive properties. They complete a vocabulary challenge with definitions.
Length times width equals… In this funny Nearpod lesson, students learn how to calculate the area of rectangles. Students will learn how to calculate area by counting un and then by using a formula.
This Nearpod activity takes 45-60 minutes. Students will learn how to draw pictures for addition story problems. They will learn about a plus and equal symbol. They will also be introduced to creating addition number sentences.
This is an Interactive Nearpod that introduces students to the Pythagorean Theorem. It helps students identify the legs and the hypotenuse of a right triangle. It also helps students understand how to find the length of the missing side.
Easy to follow the discussion about the need for fractions and how we use them in real life. A short video about fractions including the components of fractions and a brief description of how we can learn more about them and why. D
On this nearpod students can review Standard 1.NBT.2 Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases:
This is a Nearpod lesson.
In this warm-up lesson students practice identifying the place value and value of digits. They also write numbers. This lesson is most appropriate for 3rd grade students. The lesson takes approximately 20 minutes of class time to complete. By the end of this warm-up lesson, students will be able to read numbers in expanded and word form using place value. They will also be able to write numbers using place value and identify the place value of digits in numbers. This warm-up lesson features work in pairs to help students identify place value. Working with a partner, students identify place values and write numbers. Students review different numbers and demonstrate their understanding of digits in different place values. They read a description of a number based on its place values, and they write the corresponding number. Students also look at the expanded form, as well as the word form, and write the number on the line. The lesson includes a quiz on place value in which students must demonstrate their fluency with expanded form, word form, numerical form, and place value. (Description written by Nearpod)