## Day 1: Introduction to Zearn Math

- Review the scope and sequence of the Zearn Math curriculum.
- Briefly explain how Zearn Math works and what students can expect from the program.
- Model how to navigate the program and complete a lesson.
- Assign the first lesson for students to complete at their own pace.

## Day 2: Place Value

- Introduce the concept of place value through a hands-on activity using base ten blocks.
- Use Zearn Math to supplement the lesson and provide additional practice.
- Assign a lesson from the Zearn Math curriculum for students to complete independently.
- Review the lesson as a class and address any questions or misconceptions.

## Day 3: Addition and Subtraction

- Teach addition and subtraction using a variety of strategies, including number lines and double-digit addition and subtraction.
- Use Zearn Math to reinforce the concepts and provide additional practice.
- Assign a lesson from the Zearn Math curriculum for students to complete independently.
- Review the lesson as a class and address any questions or misconceptions.

## Day 4: Multiplication and Division

- Introduce multiplication and division using a variety of strategies, including arrays and repeated addition.
- Use Zearn Math to supplement the lesson and provide additional practice.
- Assign a lesson from the Zearn Math curriculum for students to complete independently.
- Review the lesson as a class and address any questions or misconceptions.

## Day 5: Review and Assessment

- Review the key concepts covered in the previous lessons.
- Use Zearn Math to assess students' understanding of the material.
- Assign an assessment from the Zearn Math curriculum for students to complete independently.
- Review the assessment as a class and address any questions or misconceptions.

# Conclusion

This 5-day lesson plan provides a comprehensive introduction to the Zearn Math curriculum, covering topics such as place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division. By using Zearn Math in conjunction with traditional teaching methods, students can gain a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts through hands-on exploration and interactive digital activities.