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To help support the new common core standards as well as CGI (cognitive guided instruction), here is a simple one page poster depicting 15 math strategies students need to use to master mathematics in a variety of ways.
The poster provides a visual depiction of the following strategies:
* Draw a P

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Designed to accompany Eureka Math Modules, this reference sheet includes key vocabulary and concepts needed to meet the CCSS for Third grade multiplication and division. Commutative and distributive properties included! Tape diagram explanation included. Vocab of factors, product, quotient, with

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I send this letter home each year so parents understand the Touch Money system and can support their child's learning at home.

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Help parents connect math to their child’s everyday world with this hand out. This packet makes a great tool to distribute at Parent/Teacher conferences, Family Math Night and other school gatherings.
Topics covered in this hand out include:
1.) “Card Attack”, "Go Fish" and “Co

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I created this "American Coins Reference Sheet" for my first and second graders who are learning to identify and count coins. I laminated the "posters" for the students to use as a guide when working out money problems.

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This is a goal sheet (one in color and one black & white) to help track your student data in relation to their Drops in a Bucket scores for First Grade. This is a great tool when meeting with parents to target strengths and weaknesses in the following Math areas: Words & Concepts, Skip-Cou

With 2017-2018 Pre-Algebra Pacing Guide, your planning for the year is done! I've taken the standards and learning targets for Pre-Algebra/8th grade math and organized it for the year. It is one-sheet that is organized and user-friendly. You will know what to teach each day and know what topics a

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These "Math Notes" are given to EVERY student from grades 5-7 at our EXCELLENT WITH DISTINCTION (for 6 yrs straight) school! The notes are VERY visual! Parents even ask for them to keep a copy at home! Students refer to them almost EVERYDAY in class and on their homework. The notes cover over 90

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These are some suggestions on how parents can help their children at home with math. Since much of the math my students are doing now is so different from how their parents learned math, these suggestions have really helped my students' parents.

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Make math fun with this installment of Basketball Math: Mean, Median, Mode, and Range. Use a fun game to collect Data, use that data on the enclosed forms to reinforce the meanings of Mean, Median, Mode, and Range.

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Fractional Number Lines - Level 1
Student fills in missing values on each number line - 3 sets with solutions.
Also, the student must shade the correct number of boxes of a proper and an improper fraction on each number line.
Teacher should model on the first number lines for students.
Level 2 w

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I made this Math Activity Page for classroom instruction, but also to be used for our annual PTO Open House when parents overflow the room wanting to see what we've been doing. I can't wait to use it this year! It will be a great back to school activity as I get to know each student! Each of the it

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Letter to Parents - 100th Day Hat Day

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Many schools cooperate with local retailers to provide real world math experiences for students. These worksheets can be used for an elementary school Target Family Math Night.

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“income tax…ohh …. that is hard. That is for people who have gone to college. Kids could never do that!” That is rubbish!
This lesson plan guides the students and teachers through the tax form typical of a young parent. A parent receives considerable tax benefits and the students should kno

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A cheat sheet for parents with examples for each of the addition within 1000 strategies (with and without regrouping) - without using the traditional algorithm.

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Can you jump farther than a Bullfrog? Higher than a Kangaroo? This lesson lets students practice rounding and subtraction while competing in 4 simple and fun events against some of the Animal Kingdom's best. Student math data comes directly from their results in each event, providing a meaningfu

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This document is designed to give to students to help them both at school and home while solving word problems. This page includes key concepts and words that will help students as they are thinking before, during, and after a word problem. Could even be used as a check list for some students who ma

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This "clock face reference sheet" shows the hour hand and minute hand, as well as the individual minutes labeled. I laminated the sheet for my first and second graders as they practice telling time.

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Do you, your students, or their parents get frustrated adding on open number lines? If so, this resource is perfect for you! This one-pager is perfect to send home, glue into math journals, or print as a poster. It gives examples for adding 1, 2, and 3-digit addends.

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Do you use Bridges math with your fifth graders? Do your students struggle with keeping track of the academic vocabulary along with the variety of strategies that they are using? Do their parents have difficulty helping them with those strategies at home? This product is designed to help both you

Also included in: Bridges Math Academic Vocabulary & Math Strategies Journals Bundle

Summer Problem of the Day Math Calendar (Aligned to 5th Grade Eureka Math!)-Includes calendars for June, July & August with review problems from Eureka Math Modules 1-6It would mean so much to me if you would leave feedback..even one or two words! Thanks so much!!! :)Follow me on Instagram- @enl

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Here are some resources I've "tweaked" over the years to exchange information with students at the start of a new school year or semester.
Page 1 is a classroom contract I developed based on Harry Wong's suggestions in "The First Days of School." A behavior management plan most appropriate for g

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No matter what course I teach at the high school level, it seems students need a review of how to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and compare fractions. This worksheet has a summary of each operation with examples. It includes fraction problems such as a/b + c/d for advanced or accelerated studen

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