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3D Cubes with English Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Before
this learning activity students should be introduced
to specific geometrical vocabulary and concepts,
such as, threedimensional figure, square face,
same/congruent, geometric shape, square, equal and
line segment. 

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3D Cubes with Navajo Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Before
this learning activity students should be introduced
to specific geometrical vocabulary and concepts,
such as, threedimensional figure, square face,
same/congruent, geometric shape, square, equal and
line segment. 

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3D Cubes with Spanish Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Before
this learning activity students should be introduced
to specific geometrical vocabulary and concepts,
such as, threedimensional figure, square face,
same/congruent, geometric shape, square, equal and
line segment. 

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Addends with Spiffy 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
The
variable is the concept that enables arithmetic
to be generalized. Algebra is a set of ruls for
manipulating symbols, and a way of thinking. Algebra
concepts have been brought to primary classrooms
since the new national standards have called for
algebraic experiences to start early. 

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Area  Rancher 'Rithmetic 3 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Examples
(and formulas) for solving simple area and perimeter
of given shapes are explained, modeled and available
for practice. Students help ranchers calculate the
amount of barbed wire needed to keep cattle on their
property (perimeter TRYIII), calculate the amount
of fertilizer ranchers need by solving area of their
land (area TRYIII), and answer questions about perimeter
and area with given shapes/ information (SHOWII).
The Rancher lessons have English, Navajo and Spanish
narrations and scripts. 

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Area  Rancher 'Rithmetic 3 with English Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Examples
(and formulas) for solving simple area and perimeter
of given shapes are explained, modeled and available
for practice. Students help ranchers calculate the
amount of barbed wire needed to keep cattle on their
property (perimeter ? TRYIII), calculate the amount
of fertilizer ranchers need by solving area of their
land (area ? TRYIII), and answer questions about
perimeter and area with given shapes/ information
(SHOWII). The Rancher lessons have English, Navajo
and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

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Area  Rancher 'Rithmetic 3 with Navajo Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Examples
(and formulas) for solving simple area and perimeter
of given shapes are explained, modeled and available
for practice. Students help ranchers calculate the
amount of barbed wire needed to keep cattle on their
property (perimeter ? TRYIII), calculate the amount
of fertilizer ranchers need by solving area of their
land (area ? TRYIII), and answer questions about
perimeter and area with given shapes/ information
(SHOWII). The Rancher lessons have English, Navajo
and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

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Area  Rancher 'Rithmetic 3 with Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Examples
(and formulas) for solving simple area and perimeter
of given shapes are explained, modeled and available
for practice. Students help ranchers calculate the
amount of barbed wire needed to keep cattle on their
property (perimeter ? TRYIII), calculate the amount
of fertilizer ranchers need by solving area of their
land (area ? TRYIII), and answer questions about
perimeter and area with given shapes/ information
(SHOWII). The Rancher lessons have English, Navajo
and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

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Arrays with Rikki 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Demonstrate
the process of multiplication as repeatedly adding
the same number, counting by multiples, combining
equal sets, and making arrays. Solve word problems
using grade level appropriate operations and numbers. 

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Basic Right Triangles 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Compare
attributes of twodimensional shapes (square, rectangle,
triangle, and circle). Identify the properties of
two dimensional figures using appropriate terminology. 

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Circles to Spheres 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Describe
relationships between twodimensional and threedimensional
objects. (squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones)
Name concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). 

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Circles to Spheres with English Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Describe
relationships between twodimensional and threedimensional
objects. (squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones)
Name concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). 

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Circles to Spheres with Navajo Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Describe
relationships between twodimensional and threedimensional
objects. (squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones)
Name concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). 

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Circles to Spheres with Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Describe
relationships between twodimensional and threedimensional
objects. (squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones)
Name concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). 

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Deductiva Deductions 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Draw
conclusions based on existing information. (e.g.,
"All students in Ms. Dean's 1st grade class are
less than 7 years old. Rafael is in Ms. Dean's class.
Conclusion: Rafael is less than 7 years old.") 

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Faces of a Cube 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Describe
relationships between twodimensional and threedimensional
objects. (squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones)
Name concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). 

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Faces of a Cube with English Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Describe
relationships between twodimensional and threedimensional
objects. (squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones)
Name concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). 

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Hurray for Arrays With English Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Demonstrate
the process of multiplication as repeatedly adding
the same number, counting by multiples, combining
equal sets, and making arrays. 

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Hurray for Arrays With Navajo Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Demonstrate
the process of multiplication as repeatedly adding
the same number, counting by multiples, combining
equal sets, and making arrays. 

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Hurray for Arrays With Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Demonstrate
the process of multiplication as repeatedly adding
the same number, counting by multiples, combining
equal sets, and making arrays. 

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Hurray for Arrays and Multiplication 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Demonstrate
the process of multiplication as repeatedly adding
the same number, counting by multiples, combining
equal sets, and making arrays. 

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Identify Cones 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Name
concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). Describe relationships
between twodimensional and threedimensional objects.
(squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones) 

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Identify Cones with English Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Name
concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). Describe relationships
between twodimensional and threedimensional objects.
(squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones) 

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Identify Cones with Navajo Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Name
concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). Describe relationships
between twodimensional and threedimensional objects.
(squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones) 

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Identify Cones with Spanish Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Name
concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). Describe relationships
between twodimensional and threedimensional objects.
(squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones) 

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Meet the Polygon Family 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Students
will be introduced to the polygon family by way
of identifying shapes and number of sides. This
lesson is the first of three lessons on polygons.
The author suggests following the Polygon Family
with Polygons Defined, then Regular Polygons and
Figure It Out! Polygons. 

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More with Perimeter  Rancher 'Rithmetic 2 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Examples
(and formulas) for solving simple area and perimeter
of given shapes are explained, modeled and available
for practice. Students help ranchers calculate the
amount of barbed wire needed to keep cattle on their
property (perimeter ? TRYIII), calculate the amount
of fertilizer ranchers need by solving area of their
land (area ? TRYIII), and answer questions about
perimeter and area with given shapes/ information
(SHOWII). The Rancher lessons have English, Navajo
and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

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More with Perimeter  Rancher 'Rithmetic 2/English
Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Examples
(and formulas) for solving simple area and perimeter
of given shapes are explained, modeled and available
for practice. Students help ranchers calculate the
amount of barbed wire needed to keep cattle on their
property (perimeter ? TRYIII), calculate the amount
of fertilizer ranchers need by solving area of their
land (area ? TRYIII), and answer questions about
perimeter and area with given shapes/ information
(SHOWII). The Rancher lessons have English, Navajo
and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

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More with Perimeter  Rancher 'Rithmetic 2/Navajo
Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Examples
(and formulas) for solving simple area and perimeter
of given shapes are explained, modeled and available
for practice. Students help ranchers calculate the
amount of barbed wire needed to keep cattle on their
property (perimeter ? TRYIII), calculate the amount
of fertilizer ranchers need by solving area of their
land (area ? TRYIII), and answer questions about
perimeter and area with given shapes/ information
(SHOWII). The Rancher lessons have English, Navajo
and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

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More with Perimeter  Rancher 'Rithmetic 2/Spanish
Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Examples
(and formulas) for solving simple area and perimeter
of given shapes are explained, modeled and available
for practice. Students help ranchers calculate the
amount of barbed wire needed to keep cattle on their
property (perimeter ? TRYIII), calculate the amount
of fertilizer ranchers need by solving area of their
land (area ? TRYIII), and answer questions about
perimeter and area with given shapes/ information
(SHOWII). The Rancher lessons have English, Navajo
and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

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Polygons Defined 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
In
this second lesson on polygons, students will learn
about the connection with the Greek language and
the terms identifying the shape of regular polygons.
This lesson builds on the Polygon Family and reviews
naming polygons as in the TRY. At that point the
learning extends the concept of polygons and their
attributes to true/false and interesting games with
Mrs. Glosser in DIG DEEPER. The first web site is
slow coming up. 

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Pyramids with Basic Bases 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
This
lesson, originally at the Essential level in the
Arizona Standard, enables students to identify and
classify pyramids as threedimensional figures by
name and attributes. Classroom resources provided
in 2nd website, Dig Deeper section. Students learn
that pyramids are threedimensional figures. They
are made of triangular faces (3, 4, 5 and more)
with a polygon base. The faces have edges that meet
at a point (vertex). 

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Rectangular Prisms with Rikki 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Name
concrete objects and pictures of threedimensional
solids (cones, spheres and cubes). Identify models
or illustrations of prisms, pyramids, cones, cylinders,
and spheres. 

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Shapes and Patterns  Kaleidoscope with English
Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
The
students will learn about patterns and experiment
with making patterns using squares first as a foundation
and then adding other shapes to the squares. Build
geometric figures with other common shapes. (e.g.,
tangrams, pattern blocks, geoboards) 

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Shapes and PatternsKaleidoscope 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Build
geometric figures with other common shapes. (e.g.,
tangrams, pattern blocks, geoboards) 

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Shapes with Rikki/English Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Build
geometric figures with other common shapes. (e.g.,
tangrams, pattern blocks, geoboards) 

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Shapes with Rikki/Navajo Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Build
geometric figures with other common shapes. (e.g.,
tangrams, pattern blocks, geoboards) 

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Shapes with Rikki/Spanish Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Build
geometric figures with other common shapes. (e.g.,
tangrams, pattern blocks, geoboards) 

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Similar Situations 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
It's
important to know how lines and shapes are used
in the world. Similar is defined and described.
Parallel and perpendicular lines are defined and
described, including the terms right angle and intersect.
Exercises help students practice these concepts. 

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