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This is a 2.5 page pdf file designed to meet Common Core Standard 7.G.1 : Solve problems involving scale drawings of geometric figures, including computing actual lengths and areas from a scale drawing and reproducing a scale drawing at a different scale. Page 1 is the student worksheet. There
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This engaging activity will have students finding common denominators and either adding or subtracting! Students will use differentiated questions to figure out missing measurements in a super slime recipe. There are more simple questions for your struggling students and more complex questions for
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Students will practice finding the surface area and volume of rectangular prisms with this set of 24 task cards. Use these volume and surface area task cards as a whole class activity, a math station or in small groups. Task cards # 1- # 12 focus on finding the volume of rectangular prismsTask car
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**NOW FORMATTED FOR YOUR DISTANCE LEARNING NEEDS!** Need more practice finding area and perimeter? Students will: multiply to find area, add to find the perimeter, or the sum of 2 areas or perimeters, subtract to find the difference between 2 areas or perimeters, and add and subtract to find missi
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Primary Teachers, this is a fun and easy way to teach prediction and graphing using Tootsie Roll Pops. I use this experiment with my first graders during our 100th day celebration but you can easily add this to "sweeten" up any math lesson throughout the year! I appreciate you leaving feedback on
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Amateur Architect is also available in the following eBooks at a discount:1) Middle School Math Lessons, Projects, and Games eBook (42 engaging math activities - 438 pages) (\$87.00)2) Number Sense Activities eBook (9 lessons/projects) (\$27.00)Check out these discounted eBooks of engaging, hands-on
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This is a set of 6 math centers with a winter theme. These are geared for second grade, but could be used for first and third grade.These 6 centers include a cover page, a math activity and a review sheet.Antarctic Addition-Double digit addition with and without regrouping.Includes a poster/anchor
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Converting Customary Length and Weight Color by Number This sheet includes 13 different problems that students need to solve in order to color the mystery picture. The problems include four higher-level word problems. Students work hard to solve these because they want to color the sheet correctl
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Converting Metric Units Color by Number This sheet includes 13 different problems that students need to solve in order to color the mystery picture. The problems include four higher-level word problems. Students work hard to solve these because they want to color the sheet correctly! All of the
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Need a fun way to review Volume of rectangular prisms? Students will find the volumes of several different rectangular prisms. Print the included Bingo cards (35), project the slides, and your students will go crazy to find the volumes of over 32 different prisms. They'll: multiply to find volume
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Give your students a fun way to practice calculating elapsed time with these elapsed time word problem task cards. These fun task cards feature QR codes that students can scan to check their answers. Set up these addition and subtraction task cards as an engaging math center or station, or post them
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Perimeter PracticeThis product contains a poster defining the word perimeter. It also contains 20 problems that would be great for daily practice on perimeter. The problems mostly require more rigorous, critical thinking and multiple steps to solve. We will be using them as test preparation for our
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Elapsed Time Number Lines 3rd Grade Common Core - 3.MD.1 These number lines are great for teaching Elapsed Time. Students plot their beginning time, make interval leaps to get to their ending time, and mark their ending time. I keep these run off in my classroom for the students to use when solving
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Do you need help gathering math data for Response to Intervention (RTI), Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), or math intervention and grouping? This year-long set of best selling math assessments is the perfect solution for progress monitoring! There are 36 spiral math assessments, one for e
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This bundle by Teacher 2 Teachers includes three activities. The first activity includes 24 clip the measurement task cards. These work great as a math workstation. The next activity is a measurement sort. Students sort the 36 picture cards into four categories: liters, milliliters, grams, or ki
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Meet ALL of your students math needs with these Differentiated Daily Math Pages for Patterning These pages are unique because they use a common page for all students, but allow you to increase and decrease the complexity of the task. One page can accommodate for all students regardless of their cu
Converting Capacity Color by Number This sheet includes 13 different problems that students need to solve in order to color the mystery picture. The problems include four higher-level word problems. Students work hard to solve these because they want to color the sheet correctly! All of the pro
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This NO PREP printable set includes practice problems converting between customary and metric units (converting length, weight and capacity). The problems include whole numbers, fractions and decimals. I included two different versions: one which would be a packet and one where each type of conversi
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The Similar Figures Scavenger Hunt is a hands on activity that allows students to move around and measure items within the classroom, and then calculate the new measurements of similar figures. The activity is introduced by telling students that two groups of new students will be joining us. One
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Measurement I Have Who Has (Metric Measures Cumulative Edition) 30 "I Have...Who Has..." statements with six suggestions for implementation and recording sheet. Reviews mass, capacity, and distance. Concepts of metric measurement include choosing appropriate measures for objects, tools, and scaf
**Note: This product received an update on 3/23/15!! - Fresh style update - 24 additional task cards added - Updated answer recording sheet - Newly designed conversion sheet (2 sizes to choose from) --------------------------------------------------------------------- These task cards are made for
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Pi Day Crack the Code gives students practice solving for radius, diameter, circumference and area of a circle with 2 Crack the Code puzzles. These self-correcting puzzles offer built-in practice with rounding decimals. Teacher notes and answer keys are included.Also included, an interactive noteboo
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Use these daily math sheets for Measurement (Area, Perimeter and Length) every day in your class. These pages can be used as bell work or as the basis of your three part lesson plan for math instruction. Using this pages student practice important math skills for this strand in a familiar format t
The correct use of a ruler to measure linear objects in both centimeters and inches is an important skill primary students need to learn. This activity gives students an opportunity to do just that. It could also be used to teach students how to measure the perimeter of an object.
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