This 3-day mini-unit will provide some real-world context to proportion and unit rate, using rate tables, writing basic equations, and making predictions using equations. Students use functional recipes to scale ingredients up and down. A web quest and suggested homework/extensions are also included
Watermelon, hamburgers, hot dogs, and potato salad. Yum, Yum, Yum! Planning a barbecue is a ton of fun and makes a fantastic math lesson.
This cooperative learning web quest teaches students how to plan a party menu, search for delicious recipes, and convert recipes according to the number of gue
Students will need a device for my math webquest on the properties of exponents. Students will be given a link that goes to my website containing information about the properties of exponents. I have included a worksheet that aligns to the information on my website. All you need to do is print and
This is a great activity for math centers, I used each over the course of three days. They would give the students a different form of explanation, practice and games! Somedays I swear they just get tired of my voice so this is a perfect solution! Also GREAT for sub days!!
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Give students an opportunity to work with the vocabulary used in your fraction unit.
When completing the magic square activity, students will determine the magic number by adding up the rows and columns. Each row and column should be equal if students have identified the correct definitions for eac
8 webquests in 1!8 Fraction Lessons / Worksheets, 1 for each of the following topics:Comparing fractionsSimplifying fractionsAdding and subtracting like fractionsMultiplying fractionsDividing fractionsAdding and subtracting unlike fractionsAdding mixed numbersSubtracting mixed numbersStudents scan t
Adding and Subtracting fractions is a major standard for 5th graders. This QR scan is a great way for students to practice and review fractions skills as well as self-check themselves. It is great for homework, small group and centers.
Using Khan Academy and Study Jams-allow students to navigate through their own learning process by using Question Answer Relationship (QAR) strategies. This recording sheet includes short answer, fill in the blank and open ended questions!
This unit is unique in many ways. Students will use division ladders and area models to visualize their work and have more fun with fractions. Alternates to borrowing and traditional algorithms will keep the learning meaningful and improve number sense and mental math skills.