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I present you with a power point lesson that inter-twines some of the history of the American Flag and with some basic mathematics. The mathematics include Area calculations, various area comparisons, converting ratios to percents, Proportions, and measurement conversions. It is informative and a g
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After a few repetitions with this system, the students become aware of what 'does' and 'does not' constitute a correct trigonometric ratio. This resource guides students into placing the numbers in the correct positions for finding the sine, cosine, and tangent ratios. Using a 'column and row' appro
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September is the second month of the monthly quilt/writing series. This month's theme is red,white,blue, since September 17th is Constitution Day. I've created a template which measures approximately 7 x 7. It also includes a writing template for primary grades as well as intermediate grades. Each
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Math Terms, Lists, & More is a handy, practical reference tool appropriate for students in grades 3–6. • It is a handbook that you’ll use and enjoy throughout the school year. It lists math terms for concepts commonly covered on standardized tests. • It gives examples to help clarify each
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The 19 reproducible worksheets in this product constitute Unit 9 in the MathQuest 1 workbook. This unit focuses on manipulating concrete materials and using pictorial representations to help students classify two-dimensional shapes and identify visual representations of simple fractions. As students
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The 8 reproducible worksheets in this product constitute Unit 5 in the MathQuest 1 workbook. This unit focuses on manipulating concrete materials and using pictorial representations to help students learn the properties of various geometric solids. Students distinguish between different solids and r
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In this Transformation Mystery Trip activity, students must translate, reflect, and rotate their location to figure out their final mystery destination. Students begin in Salt Lake City, Utah and perform a series of transformations that leads them to one of the following six final destinations. (A)
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Get this as part of a bundle: Transformation Mystery USA Trip West Bundle

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Polygon shape sorting can help young students take the leap into geometry! Older students can review before classifying quadrilaterals and triangles. By classifying shapes as polygons or non-polygons, students can begin to see what characteristics constitute a polygon before moving on to more comple
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I really enjoy this lesson. The objective is to have the students understand that the definitions they have been studying for years have a logical form that can be identified. Specifically, the students need to be able to identify the form of a conditional statement, the form of its converse, an
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To start with: WHY GIFTED (or CHALLENGING) TOPICS (or SKILLS as I call them)? Because I have found, in teaching secondary students who never learned concepts at lower grades, that when the more serious among them encounter a very challenging problem, they are intrigued and curious and, in some cases
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