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Interactive Math Notebook for Upper Grades
Are you using interactive math journals or interactive notebooks in your classroom? You really should be! This 165-page resource contains everything you need to start interactive math journals or interactive math notebooks in your classroom. This resour

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**Updated January 2, 2015** Engage your students with this real world application of multi-digit multiplication! Use this multiplication math project to practice multi-digit multiplication by outfitting your own resort hotel with all of the necessary items. Figure out how many televisions you will

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Get this as part of a bundle:Â Math Projects MEGA BUNDLE

This packet can be used to teach division of fractions by using visual models. Each example page can be a different mini-lesson and each activity page can be used by students to reinforce each skill with practice.Â Once you have taught each skill, you can use the quiz provided to assess your students

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Practice multi-digit addition and subtraction 2-step word problems in this completely DIGITAL adventure story using Google Forms.Students will solve problems, make choices, and earn â€śprizes.â€ť Their choices will affect the outcome of the story as they make various decisions for their Pirate characte

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This resource offers various ways to help your students classify and sort polygons including triangles and quadrilaterals. Several resources are interactive charts students can include in their Math Notebook/Journal as a tool. This enables students to have anchor charts at their fingertips.
The

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Time to Tile: Adding and Subtracting is a hands-on activity that takes studentsâ€™ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while building a concrete understanding of regrouping, ungrouping, and place value.

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This is the first 12 weeks of my Daily Math Review. This 5 page daily math review has 4 sheets of practice (Monday - Thursday) and 1 assessment with answer keys for all 5 days. This download has 60 total pages. These sheets cover place value, multiplication, division, order of operations, graphs,

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Students get to step into the shoes of a designer in this open ended performance task. After years of begging student's parents are finally letting them design and remodel their bedroom.
What is in the problem?
There are 6 in-depth problems within this gigantic problem (each step is it's own pro

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This foldable is a great way to teach Order of Operations
This download includes:
Order of Operations Foldable
- Black and white student copy
- Red ink KEY and colored KEY
- Three versions (PEMDAS, GEMDAS, and PBMDAS)
- PowerPoint to show how to fill in the blanks
- Folding Movie a

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*UPDATE: Problem now has metric addendum for those of you outside of the U.S.* (Big thanks to Brenda Blake!)
In Doggy Dilemma, students are finally allowed to get a dog! They can choose from three dogs and then must create a dog pen for the backyard. They will calculate the area and perimeter as w

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Time to Tile: Long Division is a hands-on activity that takes studentsâ€™ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while developing algebraic thinking. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Time to T

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Engage 4th grade students with this fun, interactive equivalent fraction game. In this write and wipe powerpoint game, students determine the equivalent for the fraction provided. Students are given the numerator of the fraction and have to find the denominator to make the fractions equivalent.

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These story problem challenges offer important multi-step word problem practice and reinforcement. The unique built-in scaffolding allows students to build on previous skills. Reinforces math relevance.
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Kids in grade 4, grade 5 engage in challenging math stories that each requ

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Performance Tasks are a great way to assess your students' problem solving and real-life application skills. The tasks require the students to demonstrate a variety of skills in order to complete. The students must implement knowledge of how the Common Core State Standards connect to each other whil

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This Thanksgiving math activity gives students practice with adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals. ***Check out the last page of the preview file for a free page***
The Georgia Standards of Excellence and Common Core Standards used:
5.NBT.7 Add, subtract, multiply, divide decim

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Performance Tasks are a great way to assess your students' problem solving and real-life application skills. The tasks usually require the students to demonstrate a variety of skills in order to complete. The students must implement knowledge of how the Common Core State Standards connect to each

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Time to Tile: Multi-Digit Multiplication is a hands-on activity that takes studentsâ€™ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while developing algebraic thinking. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on

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Perimeter-
This is a perimeter math game that uses the tic-tac-toe format to practice perimeter word problems.
Students will practice finding the perimeter of a given shape and finding perimeter with word problems.
The only materials needed to play are the provided game cards and recording sheet

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This Math Project: My Pets Paradise is a level progression project-based learning resource that incorporates a range of math skills, as well as literacy and critical thinking skills embedded throughout. Engage and motivate your students by allowing them to make choices and apply a variety of math sk

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Wonderful math problem-solving strategy! This little trick helps students get through those lengthy word problems.
C- Circle the numbers
U- Underline the question
B- Box the keywords
E- Eliminate information not needed
S- Solve by showing your work
** Three different styles are provided

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Touchdown! Your students will love this high interest partner game to help them master long division in a fun, engaging way! Be the first to complete division problems, gain yardage, score a touchdown, and win the game! Try to avoid penalties and losing yardage!
While playing this exciting game,

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Super Solvers Weekly
Third Grade Problem Solving and Word Problems
This problem solving pack is packed full of both single and multistep problem solving for addition and subtraction practice. It is designed to be used as weekly practice either in school or as homework with one problem being done

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An introduction to volume which follows from studentsâ€™ understanding of area. We model area with squares; we model volume by building rectangles up, to make the third dimension â€“ height.
Templates for making boxes of various sizes are included. There are 10 different boxes forming simple rectan

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Winter Math, My Winter Wonderland is a fun way to practice a variety of math skills and helps your students to see how math is applied to the real world. Winter Math Project: My Winter Wonderland takes students through 10 exciting and educational levels to build and run their own magical Winter Wond

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Color the Perfect Pizza! Your students will love this high interest,

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My Theme CafĂ© is a level progression Math project that incorporates a range of math skills in a fun and engaging way. Students will be required to make decisions and apply a variety of math skills to progress through each level of the project.
30 fun levels! Plus an optional extra 30 levels added

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Start a "Problem of the Day" program in your middle school math class!
This product is included in my bundle 180 Daily Middle School Word Problems, as well.
This zip file contains 45 "real world" word problems for middle schoolers in 3 different formats:
- a powerpoint presentation that contains

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Engage students with this fun, interactive fractions game. In this students vs monsters game, students a changing improper fractions into mixed numbers. The answers range from 1 to 12 (12 being the highest). The first 10 questions are simple, but as the game progresses, the questions get a little ha

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Here's a great project for intermediate level grades that is fun, engaging, and builds GREAT life skills! The Million Dollar project is designed to give students $1 million to spend, with certain guidelines, of course. This project helps to:
1. review Place Value
2. review adding and subtracting

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Time to Tile: Balancing Equations is a hands-on activity that takes studentsâ€™ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while developing algebraic thinking. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Tim

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Performance Tasks Through the Seasons give you real-life tasks for the entire year! Performance Tasks are a great way to assess your students' problem solving and real-life application skills. The tasks require the students to demonstrate a variety of skills in order to complete. The students must

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Here is a set of 4 adapted/interactive books to practice dollar more. Students can practice using dollar up/dollar more with these 10 page, color interactive books. Each books targets a different level of learning dollar more, so they can be used through introduction of the skill until they meet m

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Electoral College. I've used this Electoral College activity for over a decade and it has always been a hit - especially on an election year! You are provided with a 35-slide PowerPoint that explains how the electoral college works as well as the potential flaws of the system. Students are then p

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Students are asked to make sense with numbers on a daily basis. This resources helps improve that skill. Students are given a puzzle and fill in the blanks with the appropriate number or shape thatmakes sense. Students have to use their number sense skills and background knowledge to solve the pu

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I never seem to find elapsed time problem solving activity sheets that address the needs of my "bigger kids." I have created this bundle of four activities to tackle problem solving with elapsed time. The bundle includes activities to address the skills of:
-finding elapsed time on analog clocks
-p

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Engage students with this fun, interactive geometry game. This game review geometry topics including 3D shapes, angles, lines, and more. Included is a final question you can edit to meet your needs. There are 30 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears afte

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