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This Math Fluency Assessment Program is Common Core Aligned and is designed so that students are working at their own pace in fluency of addition and subtraction facts to 20. There are 26 levels which have been broken down into small, sequential increments. Instead of the traditional timed or "mad

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Tired of worksheets for computation practice? ME TOO! There is no doubt that students need many opportunities to practice the computation skills they learn. Will asking them to complete multiple worksheets filled with addition and subtraction problems accomplish this? SURE! I think we can desig

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If you are like me, you have a number of students in your class that still don't know their math facts. They didn't know them last year. They didn't know them the year before. They think they are "bad at math" because of their inability to quickly retrieve these basic facts.
Don't get me wrong--

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Students will show what they know about slope intercept form, linear equations, and x and y intercepts in this fun and creative art math project! Perfect to use as an activity and assessment while teaching slope.Students will use linear equations in slope intercept form to plot and graph a variety

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Looking for a fun way to keep students practicing their addition and subtraction facts through the winter months? Do you have students at a variety of levels in your class? Check out this great differentiated addition and subtraction game--ready to print and play with three levels! You can copy th

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Prime numbers, composite numbers, factors, and multiples are confusing concepts for intermediate students. Use this hands-on lesson to really help them see how these terms relate to each other--all by using arrays.
I have included the actual blog posts and full directions with photos to show you t

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The game “Back to School Times” is a great way for students to break into the school year with some multiplication practice and cooperation! The game is simple: roll dice, find the product, and cover a “backpack” if the product matches one of the categories. The only supplies you need are dice an

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Looking for a fun way to help your class with multiplication fact fluency and skills? Do you have students ready for different levels of challenge and want a differentiated multiplication game? Then “Factor Freeze!” is for you!This game comes with 2 different editions—so you can pick the one that

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In today’s technological world, it is really essential that students know how to use a calculator, yet it is very surprising to find that very few students do know how to use one. This set includes 72 progressive task cards that will provide your students with the foundational skills needed to mani

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I have had many requests for lessons featured on my blog, and after thinking about how to do it, my “SCOOP” resources were born!
Each of these resources is meant to be a 1, 2, or 3 day lesson (single scoop, double scoop, or triple scoop) that is ready to immediately implement in your classroom. C

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This kit brings the old game of BINGO back to life! Each game includes a game board the kids can create and 24 calling cards.
The calling cards can have the answer printed on the back printing the pages front to back on a copy machine or printer.
The following games are included:
2 digit subtrac

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Tired of worksheets for computation practice?
ME TOO!
There is no doubt that students need many opportunities to practice the computation skills they learn. Will asking them to complete multiple worksheets filled with multiplication problems accomplish this? SURE! I think we can design learni

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*This is a great partner activity. I use this in my classroom and my students love it. One partner is adding the math facts and the other partner is the timer (and helper). I have also included Answer keys mainly for the partner who is keeping time (just in case help is needed).
The addition facts

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Solving Word problems is the toughest skill for the kids to grasp. This activity is great because it offers several learning opportunities into one activity and promotes higher level thinking as they solve, classify, analyze, and evaluate!
Materials included are:
32 problem solving cards that vary

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The distributive property of multiplication state that multiplying two factors together gives the same result as breaking one factor into two addends, multiplying both addends with the remaining factor, then adding both products together.
Why not make this fun and make a connection with mouse ears.

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There may be times when you don’t like your homework or independent practice options and are looking for work that naturally differentiates. One thing that frustrates families when trying to do math homework is that they don’t know WHAT to do. This resource gives you FIVE different activities that

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Number Star Math Puzzles challenge students to use their calculation skills, logic, visualizing patterns, problem solving and planning.
This FREEBIE includes a sample of 3 Number Star Puzzles, and answer key. It includes one puzzle from each of my first three sets.
These puzzles require student

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Math Maintenance Quizzes
The quizzes are meant to be used daily as a warm-up to math class. These quizzes are intended for 7th grade math students to keep skills fresh. Math Maintenance 7 is meant to match most 7th grade math curriculums but is not guaranteed to be a perfect match. Complete one c

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Help your students memorize the multiplication facts! This 40 page printable book includes the following-
* Multiplication Quick Quizzes (5 different 50 question quizzes, perfect for timed tests),
* A quiz for each number fact 1 - 10 (1s facts quiz, 2 facts quiz, 3 facts quiz etc.),
* A fact test g

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Addition and Subtraction 0-5 Timed Tests for improving Kindergarten, Common Core math fluency
When my kindergarten teacher colleagues saw Math Racer for First Grade that I developed for our seven first grade teachers last year, they asked if I would make a set of timed tests that would match the Co

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You may be familiar with the research done with children and how they acquire math problem solving understanding—and this resource supports teaching using CGI or “cognitively guided instruction”. Perfect for differentiation, CGI provides quality, real world word problems with tiered numbers. Great

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Multiplication Facts Ice Cream Sundae Incentive Ticket and Assessment Updated 2017
Help motivate your class to learn their multiplication facts with this ice cream sundae incentive. Students color in each part as they pass their facts. They then bring this colored sheet as their ticket to an ice cr

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Looking for an easy way to check on your students’ learning? Need a way to see how well they are understanding what you have taught—and to see who needs more coaching?
This series of formative assessments can help you do just that!
Based on commonly taught topics, each set of formatives is filled

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Also included in: Formative Assessment Toolbox BUNDLE

Begin the year with these fun fall math games. They include addition, odd and even numbers, dice games, and more. Just laminate and they'll be perfect for your math center.Fall Math Games - Print, Cut, GoGames include:- Pumpkin Patch - Addition Dice Game- Odd and Even- Falling Leaves - Math Facts (g

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