The concept of measurement is always a struggle with students, especially the concept of area. This is a graphic organizer that can be used as a tool for students to understand the formulas that are used for figures. This organizer is meant for students to label the parts of the figures, write the
Are you tired of students rushing through word problems? Want to make them think about the problem and how they will solve them? This guide is designed to slow students down and make them think about the problem! Complete with a list of strategies for them to choose from, and built in questions t
Do your students need an organized area to complete multi-step equations? These editable Multi-Step Equation boxes can be used to guide students through multi-step problems while keeping each step in one area. Can be used for Order of Operations, Solving Equations, Multi-step Word Problems, and more
These are worksheets that uses an acronym (ATE - Answer, Tell, Explain) to help children of all ages explain clearly how they solved a mathematical word problem.
It allows children to clearly state:
A- Answer the questions being asked
T- Tell the steps they performed to solve the problem