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40 Task Cards with questions based on 2nd grade standards. Depending on where your children our developmentally we all know other grade levels can benefit. Feel free to share this with your team or school but do not resell, post in online groups, etc. You can, of course, print as many copies as yo

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Powers of Ten and Base Ten Exponents are now first introduced to 5th graders in Common Core!
My 2 best selling sets in one bundle!
Common Core Powers

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A twist on error-analysis, these problems have already been "worked out by other students." YOUR students have the privilege of "grading" each paper, identifying errors, and providing constructive feedback. Some problems are correct, but other's aren't... can your students tell the difference?
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This is a "cheat sheet" that I give to my students to study form and use on homework, etc. It list the basic customary and metric conversions for length, capacity, and weight. There are two on each letter sized page to save paper. Also, check out my Metric and Customary measurements books. So Fun!

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A novel way to practice polynomial operation skills. Starting at the center each time, students add, then subtract, then multiply the middle expression with each expression around the bulls-eye, recording simplified expressions in standard form around the center target. Great for extra practice -

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Eight worksheets for graphing inequalities on a number line.
Students must describe inequalities as "x is the set of all numbers greater than ____ "
Students will graph inequalities.
Students will solve one-step inequalities with addition and subtraction.
Students will write inequalities when

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Long Division Steps Bookmark
A fun and rhyming way to help students remember the steps for long division.
Teaching Tip: Comparing the answer after subtracting to the dividend is a step often forgotten by students but it is important they compare becuase it helps them find errors and see the logic

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Key Math Words and Operations with Sort for Problem Solving
This is a list I generated of key math words and their respective operations. My students have a copy of this sheet in their classroom handbooks so they can refer to it during math word problem solving lessons. This sheet is also a perfect

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This 3.5 minute video uses the formula for the area of a circle to explain why it’s always best to buy a larger pizza. This is NEED TO KNOW information!
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Use this spin on the typical multiplication tables chart to guide students to discover patterns and, ultimately, generalize the rules for multiplying integers... and if you dare... ask students to consider division while they're at it!

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This is a banking ledger sheet that can be used with checking and savings accounts. Students can use this for problem solving and applied mathematics with real or simulated account information. Promotes computation using addition and subtraction in a real world situation.

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This is a quick review or practice of basic conversions back and forth from ratios to percent and percent to ratios. I use this as warm ups and assessments. It has rounding embedded also mixed numbers, large percents and repeating & terminating decimals. It's a great review of rational numbers!

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Welcome to the world of Pokemon Math Bingo.This 40 page product covers basic adding and subtracting through the game of Bingo. 32 different Bingo boards sized 5.25 X 5.25 are included. If you're looking for Multiplying and Dividing games see the other version of this game

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This BIG HUGE PUZZLE measures 14 inches by 14 inches when complete! Students match up bases raised to the second power (squared) to their equivalent perfect square products. Works great as a pairs activity, an anchoring activity, or even, at this size, as an interactive bulletin board to display in

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A twist on the traditional "matching" assessment, this quiz assesses students' understanding of simplifying numerical expressions containing absolute values.
First, students work together to match specific problems to their corresponding answers. To add higher-level thinking, students then creat

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4 worksheets of one-step equations including negative numbers and decimals. A good note taking lesson. Plenty of room for students to solve the problem and check their solutions.

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Solving equations notes and assignment for one and two step equations. Use a '3 Question' method applicable to all equations. Also includes word problem examples.
If you would like an editable copy please message me after purchase and I will send it!
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This five page summative algebra assessment is comprised of eight questions based on four levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy and requires solving for one unknown using basic mathematical formulas. The theme is centered on the construction of a house. The student is the building contractor who must make a va

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A great way for the students of any age/grade to practice using a calculator or calculator tool on their computer or device to add and subtract 2-3 digit numbers. Look for my multiplication and division calculator practice as well!

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Use this sheet as a poster in your classroom, a handy helper for folders, or any way you'd like! This sheet walks through what is a fraction, the parts of a fraction, how to convert between mixed numbers and fractions, how to add and subtract fractions, and how to multiply and divide fractions. This

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Use this sheet to help explain quadrilaterals. This works great as a classroom poster or handy helper in a folder. The sheet explains what a quadrilateral is, the 5 main types of quadrilaterals, and what those 5 main quadrilaterals' traits are.

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Start each math class off with a word problem that has a historical connection to the date!
This document includes a unique math problem for each day of the month of December. Some are short and simple, while others are longer and/or require multiple steps. A variety of skills will be practiced by

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A great way for the students of any age/grade to practice using a calculator or calculator tool on their computer or device to add and subtract 2-3 digit numbers. Look for my addition/subtraction calculator practice as well!

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25 Order of operations problems with integers.

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This 100 point test is a summative assessment given at the end of the solids unit in our math book and highlights using and applying formulas to find area, perimeter, circumference, surface area, and volume. The single step and multi-step questions are based on Bloom’s Taxonomy and feature multiple

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Use this sheet as a classroom poster or handy helper in a folder. This sheet helps walk through solving equations. It shows that you need to bring down your answers, how to "undo" what the equation is doing, and what to do if you have fractions. It also defines the parts of an equation.

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I generated this strategy when I was younger and couldn't do fractions. I teach this to my students in middle school, high school, and college and 99% of them love it and ask "why haven't we been shown this before?" This strategy works with any fraction problem and works best with equations. Most

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This is a short set of kinematics problems that I use after I do the Free Fall Activity and walk the students through a few example problems. It uses the concept of accelerated motion (by gravity) to find distance, final velocity, and time in the context people acting in stories (which is more fun

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Get 7 daily math word problems - one for each day of the week of, September 14-20. Each problem has a historical connection to the date. Students really enjoy the interesting facts.
This set of problems is a sample of a month-long problem set,

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Six Cartesian graphs with a range of -7 to 7. Each coordinate grid has an associated xy-table and a place to write the equation to help students understand the three ways to represent a function. This generic sheet is extremely flexible, I've used it for understanding the definition of a function, l

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Use this resource as a bridge between addition and subtraction, as well as "chip" models and "number line" models. Connections are made using these familiar, more "hands-on" models and the fact that subtraction is actually adding the opposite. (Note: "SFF" stands for "skip, flip, flip" with regar

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This multiplication chart is a PDF file. The chart goes from 2 - 34; therefore, it gives the products for every problem from 2x2 through 34 all the way to 34 x 2 through 34. It is on a legal size sheet of paper.

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Students will be asked to create two scatter plots (one for games 1-23 and a second for games 24-46). Students will then choose appropriate regression models for the growth of advertising costs. Students will choose these models based on visual representations as well as appropriate r or r2 values

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Use this sheet to help students understand triangles and their different types and qualities. This works well as a classroom poster or handy helper in a folder. This sheet shows the different types of triangles, their properties, and various terms are defined.

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This lesson plan was designed for my Algebra class to celebrate Earth Day through the discovery of the Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio in nature. This file includes a lesson plan and activity/lab worksheet. This was rated as an Exemplary Resource on New York City ARIS.
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Have students practice modeling both square models and square root models. An answer key is provided.

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What is the I-MATH Program?
The I-MATH Program is a collection of nineteen different mathematical problem-solving activities. Each title, which contains from one to eight pages, starts with simple questions that serve to establish a student’s basic level of understanding of a concept that will be c

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Common Core Secondary Math brings you “Fluent in Math: Fluency Checks for the Common Core”. The Common Core State Standards in Math (CCSSM) stress fluency with skills and procedures along with conceptual understanding and mathematical applications.
Fluency with mathematics at the secondary level re

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I USE THIS WITH MY NEW CASIO PRIZM CALCULATORS TOO!
So, we got new calculators! Not only did I have to teach the kids basic commands, I had NEVER touched a Casio Graphing calculator myself. I had to come up with some way to feel comfortable with the new technology AND make my students embrace it to

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Use this Sheet to help students walk through the order of operations. This uses the familiar "please excuse my dear Aunt Sally" phrase. The sheet includes an explanation and step by step instructions on how to solve an equation. Also includes an example problem. This works well as a classroom poster

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“Real Money Counts- Money Lines” are great visuals for comparing coins. These money lines show students how each of the coins add up to $1.00. This is an excellent tool to help students with a variety of skills: counting money, skip counting (with and without money), addition, subtraction, word prob

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Focuses on:
Identifying individual coins
Identifying the value of coins
Counting isolated sets of coins
Linked to state standards.
Identify, combine, and compare values of money in cents up to $1.
Includes pre- and post-tests.
“Real Money Counts” offers actual representations of coins and rep

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Visual Learning
Percent Number Sense
6 Powerpoint Slides
by Shirley Payne
Percent, Decimal, Fraction is licensed under a Creative Commons At

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Students will use exponent rules to simplify algebraic expressions. The product, power, and quotients rules are applied in this fun activity!!!

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This product includes 8 math posters showing how to solve multi digit addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fraction problems with step-by-step color coded directions. A great step-by-step guide to hang up in your classroom or place on your math bulletin board.
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Multiplication calculator graphic in calculator design that is showing multiples 1 to 10.

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Have students practice evaluating square roots while they play Irrational Movement! This is a two player game and students will need playing pieces (my students usually used two-sided red and yellow chips) and one die.
Students roll the die and move forward that many spaces. They then evaluate the

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“Real Money Counts- Money Lines” are great visuals for comparing coins. These money lines show students how each of the coins add up to $1.00. This is an excellent tool to help students with a variety of skills: counting money, skip counting (with and without money), addition, subtraction, word prob

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The students LOVE, “It's Not a Worksheet™,” it's five minutes a day (or 10 if you want), and the students learn to multiply. How nice is all that? The students do hundreds of problems a week and none of it is written down. Oh, and teachers love it also because we see amazing results.
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Pre-assessment and Post-assessment
Greatest Common Factor
Least Common Multiple

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A weights and measures conversion table is useful when converting and calculating engineering, construction and STEM problem solving projects and activities. It helps students learn how to locate information and convert that information into their calculations. The conversion table also allows teach

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Why should students do well in school, graduate high school, and go on to college? In this activity median earnings by various education levels are explored. Students compare the earnings of a non-high school grad with workers who graduated high school and went on to complete higher education degr

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Equation Bingo
One and Two-Step Equations with 30 unique bingo cards. Students will solve the equation and look for the answer on their card to mark off. The first set of calling cards are just equations (mostly 2 step) the second set of calling cards include some equations with decimals. They b

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