School Improvement Network Blog Post Features Lesson Plans for Sixth Grade Common Core Math Standards for Algebraic Equations and Expressions

SALT LAKE CITY—Oct. 31, 2013—School Improvement Network, the leader in educator effectiveness resources, today announced a new blog post featuring lesson plans for sixth grade Common Core math standards for algebra. Collectively, these lesson plans illustrate how to teach algebraic expressions using addition and subtraction, simplifying algebraic expressions by combining like terms, and regrouping algebraic expressions by applying the distributive property, using the Math Common Core Standards.

“Starting in kindergarten, the Common Core State Standards lay a foundation of skills for students to master that build on one another, eventually leading students to college and career readiness by the time they graduate from high school,” said Chet Linton, CEO and president of School Improvement Network. “Resources like these lesson plans for sixth grade Common Core math standards for algebra show the rigorous and thorough nature of the Common Core Standards, progressively building on what students learned the previous year, while successively laying a foundation for more advanced skills to come.”

The new blog post features lesson plans for teaching sixth grade Common Core math standards for algebra that address Common Core Math Standards 6.EE6 and 6.EE.3.

Click here to see the lesson plans for sixth grade Common Core math standards for algebra.

Click here to see other Common Core resources on the Common Core Blog.