Our new set of math literacy lessons helps students practice their geometry skills with real-world problems involving creating and using maps.
Maps: Why is geometry important in creating maps? These lessons provide an opportunity for students to practice both their geometry content knowledge and their mathematical reasoning skills. View lessons >>
To accompany this differentiated geometry set, we also have a new Minilesson to introduce or provide a refresher on math reasoning for your students.
Math Reasoning (CCSS.MP2): In this lesson, students learn to think abstractly and contextualize and decontextualize math problems. Choose the level that's right for your students: Grade 3-5 or Grade 6-12.
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