Ms Laura
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This jeopardy game has students practice solving basic proportions, finding unit rates, and solving complex word problems using unit rates and p...
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Students practice selecting, using, and converting appropriate units of measurement within the U.S. Customary system and the metric system.
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This jeopardy game helps students practice with the following categories: Basic Percents, Sales Tax & Tips, Discount, Interest & Commissi...
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This jeopardy game has 5 categories: Multiples, Factors, GCF, LCM, and Multiplication/Place Value. It runs like a real jeopardy game, although I...
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Students LOVE this activity. Pre-make ziplock bags with 18 m&ms, 33 m&ms, and 61 m&ms in them. Have Ss count their m&ms, and then use this beau...
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Review game for area and perimeter of rectangles and squares.
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Categories include: Simplifying fractions, Adding & Subtracting Fractions (like and unlike denominators), Multiplying & Dividing Fractio...
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Students design their own amusement park using area and perimeter of rectangles and triangles. Includes extensive instruction sheet, project gui...
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This 11-page work packet helps students practice finding the area, perimeter & circumference of rectangles, triangles, circles, and trapezoid...
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1. Players sit opposite from each other, across the desks. Each player places a board in front of him. S/he is not allowed to block the board w...
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You can use this product with my powerpoint presentation explaining the electoral college, and accompanying math worksheet. This worksheet allow...
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This jeopardy game has 5 categories-- Arrays, Repeated Addition, Fast Facts, Fast Facts 2 (harder problems), and Word Problems. Students see a q...
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A powerpoint with lots of graphics that shares the history behind Halloween. Also includes fun facts about halloween. Includes guided notes to ...
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This 50-slide powerpoint teaches students about the food pyramid, serving sizes and healthy choices. The guided notes that go with it are free, ...
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This slide show goes through pictures of polygons found in the real world-- from beehives to soccer balls to coat hangers-- and asks students to ...
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Includes 26 teacher word problems and 7 student boards. Students solve the word problems and look for the answer on their bingo cards. Converti...
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This 25-slide presentation gives a history of the origins and evolution of Valentine's day, teaches about the Roman legend of Cupid, and gives so...
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is a quick practice sheet for students practicing converting between fractions, decimals and percents. It gives maps of the red and blue st...
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Multiplication fast facts for 2-4 minute time frames. Instead of giving students 1-minute half sheets, each page is a full sheet of facts. In my...
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Basic facts for 2-12, as well as three pages of division facts for students to practice with. I like to start each class with two minutes of fas...
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Jennifer McCracken  (TpT Seller) re: Healthy Eating: Food Pyramid and Serving Sizes Guided Notes
I can't find the powerpoint...
November 13, 2013

Doodleturtle  (TpT Seller) re: Unit Rates and Proportions Jeopardy
Hi! I love the jeopardy, but I had some problems when I used it. Often, when I clicked for the correct answer it went psycho and clicked through all the other problems/answers. IDK if it is a problem on my end or not b/c I don't know enough about powerpoint to check it. Any thoughts?
October 23, 2013
Ms Laura  (TpT Seller)
That's very strange. It usually works on both my mac and my PC. If you send me your e-mail I can try to send you a new version that I check the links on...!
October 23, 2013

Jennifer F.
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly! My email address is;

jenniferlfinkbeiner@gmail.com

Thanks again!
January 13, 2013

Jennifer F. re: Football Fraction Game: Adding Fractions with Like and Unlike Denominators

Thanks!
January 12, 2013
Ms Laura  (TpT Seller)
I'm not sure! Why don't you send me your e-mail address and I'll e-mail you a PDF version. We'll see if that works!
January 12, 2013

Buyer re: Factors and Multiples Jeopardy
I am unable to get the ppt to work on the interactive whiteboard. Even in Ppt form, when I click on a subject area, it takes me to the topic, and not to the question. Any suggestions?
December 11, 2012
Ms Laura  (TpT Seller)
Oh no! I'm not sure! I've never had that problem before-- I teach this on my Promethean Board, using PPT. What version of powerpoint do you have at school? Perhaps I could e-mail you the file in a different format.

Another thought-- are you sure that you are using the second "game board"? The first one is just an introduction, followed by the topics. The links on the second game board should work-- I just tried them. If not, lets try resending the file.
December 11, 2012

Carol C. re: Why College is Important: Fun Activity and Presentation
This lesson sounds great. Can you give me an idea of how long the lesson would be. I am a counselor grades K-6th w/about 20 min. in a class. Can it be used across each grade level? Can you elaborate on how the m&m's work to explain correlation....
November 3, 2012
Ms Laura  (TpT Seller)
In the past, I've taught this lesson to 5th-8th graders, usually in a 45-60 minute block. All of the grades love it, and while I imagine that you might need to modify the language slightly for kindergarteners, I think it could still be used.

I teach in a low income area with a high school graduation rate of 1 in 10, and a college graduation rate of 1 in 200. Therefore, I hand out bags of M&Ms slightly comparable to those statistics, although a bit more generous-- I'll give 2 in the class "high school" salaries, and 1 a "college salary." I use the lesson alongside a few lessons on malleable intelligence and the achievement gap in order to stress the importance of earning an education.

I'm not sure what the statistics are for your area, but you could use the national statistics for high school and college graduation rates. At the beginning of the class, I pass out the M&Ms in ziplocks, have them count them, and then allow them to eat them as I talk. I then have them stand up if they have 18 m&ms, 63, etc. I ask them if it's fair that one student got 63, while another got only 18. Then I ask them if it would be fair if every day they came in I gave them the same number of m&ms, and one students ALWAYS got 18, while another student ALWAYS got 63. Obviously, they are outraged by this injustice, and I transition into the lesson on salaries.

In terms of time, I think that 20 minutes might be a bit too short to give the whole lesson, but you could split it into two days. On the first day, you could explain the significance and have them count the M&Ms. On the second day, you could talk about how much money \$2.5 million is, and maybe give them a few minutes to draw or talk about what they would use the money for.

Hope that helps!
November 4, 2012

Need help
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September 7, 2012
Ms Laura  (TpT Seller)
Is jcressor@umasd.org your preferred email? I'll send you another version-- perhaps your computer cannot open docx files.
September 7, 2012
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I am a fifth year teacher and instructional coach for science and math. I make all of my own resources. I focus on hands on activities that make my students want to learn!

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