## Sample Lessons

Here are a few lessons from our curriculum. If you are interested in seeing the rest of the curriculum, email us at parkmathblog@parkschool.net.

Book 1 Habits of Mind: Tinker and Change or Simplify the Problem

Book 1, Lesson 1: Defining New Symbols

Book 3, Lesson 3: Trig and Shapes

Book 9, Lesson 2: Introduction to Logarithms

These lessons, like our whole curriculum, have been designed to be used in the context of our classes at Park. Read more about how we use these materials.

*Note: we’re providing all of these materials under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.*

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I very much like some of the problems in the Habits of Mind booklet and the strategies suggested.

Hello, I came upon your resourse through Dan Meyer. I teach Resource Room Algebra 1 and Resource Room Geometry. My students have learning disabilities such as SLD or OHI, students who have poor working memory or attention disorders. I am looking for resources that are engaging, but at their ability level. Do you have these types of resources or know of any? Thank you.

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