October 27, 2021
Teacher-designed math lessons and math lesson plans strengthen Common Core readiness.
Our curriculum and instructional designers are National Board Certified teachers who work with our technologists to create easy-to-implement ways of supporting the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM). The DreamBox math lessons and math lesson plans they’ve designed provide instruction that supports and develops the math skills and concepts outlined in the CCSSM:
Visual reinforcement of key math concepts. Our virtual manipulatives are web-based tools that help students more easily grasp math concepts in visual terms, and give them hands-on opportunities to manipulate the objects to construct mathematical knowledge. Today, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) recommends the use of manipulatives to teach math at all grade levels and to teach from the NCTM standards: problem solving, communicating, reasoning, connections, and estimation.
Engaging, rigorous math lessons leverage the power of virtual manipulatives to support mathematical thinking and the Standards for Mathematical Practice by:
Reinforcement for students who need it. Educational research suggests that the most valuable learning happens when students actively construct their own mathematical understanding. The essential abstract concepts can be difficult for some students, especially younger learners. Virtual manipulatives can make an enormous contribution to sense-making abilities for all students—and have been shown to be of special benefit to students who are high-risk, learning disabled, or with limited English proficiency to understand the symbolic language of math.
Decimal Numbers to the Thousands on the Number Line
Place Value of Decimal Numbers to the Thousandths
Division within 10,000 with Remainders
Add and Subtract Decimals with the Number Line
Multiplication Standard Algorithm
Numbers to Twenty on the MathRack
*New Math Lesson Plans coming soon!