Curriculum

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Geoffrey Saxe
Professor of the Graduate School
Graduate School of Education
University of California, Berkeley

 

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The links to the lessons indicated below are currently broken. We expect them to be fixed sometime during mid-December, 2018. Please use the links above. Thank you! The LMR Team

Introduction: The introduction to the curriculum provides essential background and orientation to the lessons.

Positive Integers: In this unit students will use Cuisenaire rods to construct number lines with positive integers.  

Negative Integers: In this unit students will use Cuisenaire rods to explore negative numbers. 

Fractions: In this unit students will use the number line in conjunction with Cuisenaire rods to understand and place fractions on the number line.

Download Curriculum: This link provides various options for downloading the LMR teacher guide and associated resources (transparencies, worksheets, and homework masters).

Manipulatives: This page provides options for purchasing Cuisenaire rods for use in LMR lessons.

Who can use the LMR curriculum materials?  The LMR curriculum is free for non-commercial use.  Please send any inquiries about commercial use or derived works to lmr@berkeley.edu.