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Free Student Friendly Problem Solving Rubric can be used for self-assessment (Marzano) and teacher assessment for a variety math problems. Cute owl themed graphics and simple language make this easy to use. Also included is a math problem solving frame which is a graphic organizer that is used to

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Students apply and extend knowledge of volume and surface area with this project learning project. Build a city set up into 4 different phases:
Phase 1: Create 2-D Map
Phase 2: Record Building Dimensions
Phase 3: Approval from City Council
Phase 4: Build 3-D Model
The project is laid out step by

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This is PBL inspired by the Disney movie Up. It is an integrated Math and Science experience that works to answer the question "How many latex balloons does it take to lift a house?"
The lesson consist of three major part
-Concept Map
-Open Inquiry Lab
-Final Poster
In the Lesson I have included

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Do you want a fun way to teach problem solving to your students? This 2 to 3 day unit plan will give you a fun and educational way to get your students to apply their problem solving knowledge. This unit is modeled after the hilarious book by Scieszka and Lane - "Math Curse". It can be taught as a

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A Tricky Skill Made Easier! Word Problems Strategies - Compare and Contrast - GCF and LCM Problems
This short product packs a valuable punch! Don't let its little size fool you!
Word problems requiring the use of GCF or LCM seem to be pretty popular on state testing. While students are usually a

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Students pretend to be travel agents as they work in pairs to plan a vacation for a family of four with a budget of $5,000. Students will first watch an introduction presentation to learn about their tasks. They will then receive a Vacation Choices board with which to plan the details of the trip, a

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In this project students draw a career and select 10 of their monthly bills. They then figure what percent of their monthly salary goes to each item and create a circle graph showing where their money goes. The file you will receive includes a rubric for the project, an accountability sheet, 24 "car

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This book is designed to help students become more confident problem solvers. Some problems may have more than one correct answer… as you would in real life. There also may be few ways to solve some problems. The focus of this book is on the processes that are used to find solutions to problems. If

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This is a diverse project for a geometry unit. Students get to choose 3 projects they can do. It gives them options and can choose what they will enjoy doing the most. I give students this project at the beginning of a unit and it is due right before the unit test.A grading rubric is attached to

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This book is designed to help students become more confident problem solvers. Some problems may have more than one correct answer… as you would in real life. There also may be few ways to solve some problems. The focus of this book is on the processes that are used to find solutions to problems. If

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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

This is a math project that deals with decimals, percentages, estimation and real world situations. The students will create a guest list and menu for Thanksgiving. They will then "shop" using different store flyers. The students will have to compare the flyers to determine which flyer has the be

This menu project reinforces the application of tax and tip in a restaurant setting.
Prior to having students complete this project, I went to local restaurants and asked for take-out menus. I then let students choose which restaurant menu they would like to use to complete the project. The studen

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I use this project as an end of the year project. I allow students to choose between 4 projects [see links below]. In this project, students research careers that use geometry. They pick 5 careers and gather information about the salary, duties, etc. They put this information on a poster with pictur

Save money and get ALL FIVE of my projects in one bundle! By purchasing this bundle, you pay 20% less than you would if you purchased each product individually!I use the Mandala project at the end of the transformations unit. I use the rest of the four projects as final projects at the end of the se

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Nothing cutesy or showy just a straightforward, comprehensive, 3 term, performance based math assessment packet.
Coming from a school without mandated benchmarks, I had to create my own to see where my Kindergartner's were compared to the standard. It does not include all math common core standard

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This packet contains eight different word problems with a snowman theme. It can be used along with the story Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner. These word problems can be used for instructional purposes or assessment. A ten point rubric is included for grading purposes. The types of word problems

This rubric is useful for grading math tasks completed in support of Common Core and the PARCC assessment. I left the document in a .doc file so that you can edit the wording for your grade level (this is the wording I used for 5th grade). This document is 4 pages long...each page is the exact sam

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This rubric is part of a series of CCSS high school math rubrics that are based on the CCSS standards' descriptors and a learning progression of the skills from 8th through 12th grades. This rubric can be used to evaluate any type of student work for academic growth and mastery.

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THE HOUSE PROJECT is a semester long summative project that encompasses the majority of Common Core Math 1 (Algebra 1) Standards. Topics covered during this project include: polynomials, literal equations, statistics, the midpoint and distance formulas, scale drawings, linear/exponential/ and quadra

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In this project, students create a booklet of a linear relationship. Students are given an equation in slope-intercept form and they create a table, graph, and scenario to match. They answer questions about slope and y-intercept in the multiple representations. Examples are given to help guide stud

Connect with your students and get to know them as individuals. In this project, students use their imaginations to design a building or area (e.g., park, zoo habitat, space station, museum, sports complex) that interests them. They write about their design, draw a picture, and use their knowledge o

Traditional mathematics instruction, which usually has its emphasis on a single, correct product, is now being revised to include the “process” of problem solving. Teachers must emphasize in their instructions that there can be more than one right answer and/or one strategy used to solving the probl

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