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A Companion to Base 10 - Sorting and Counting
This PowerPoint Presentation contains a lesson plan, explanation, practice problems, two worked sets of practice problems, and a classroom presentation made of 10 colorfully animated and entertaining slides to introduce and teach the concepts necessary f

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This 40 page presentation covers adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals. There are multiple slides for each operation, covering standard algorithm, manipulatives, drawings, and models. There are opportunities for guided practice within the presenation.

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This product goes with the HMH Go Math book for sixth grade; however could be used for 5th and 7th grades as well since it is completely editable, except for the notes portion. It includes dividing decimals by whole numbers, dividing decimals by decimals, and multiplying decimals. I made a copy for

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Four "door" foldable" includes:
Door 1: key vocab and definitions
Door 2: Solving one step equations with integers - positive and negative numbers. Includes several examples and a word problem.
Door 3: Solving one step equations with fractions - positive and negative numbers. Includes several

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FOLLOW ME ON TPT!
When students are absent or need to have a copy of teacher's notes for their IEP I used to stumble about and then quickly scribble something and hand it to them. But then I thought, why not organize my notes before hand in an easy to comprehend way.
Using the Cornell-style dou

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This activeispire flipchart is a perfect tool to open a lesson on adding and subtracting decimals. The first pages review decimals and vocabulary such as whole and pieces. As you proceed through the flipchart students may utilize the template to make sure and line up decimals to make addition and su

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* The following lesson covering Scientific Notation includes discussion and examples over writing numbers in decimal notation from scientific notation.
* The lesson offers instruction and examples over writing numbers in scientific notation from decimal notation.
* Additionally, solving for mul

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This two door foldable includes problems involving terminating decimals and repeating decimals.
Answer key provided.

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This is a 7-day unit Keynote presentation on adding and subtracting decimals. It is CCSS-aligned. It was build for an ESL, 1:1 classroom, so slight adaptations to the independent practice suggestions may be necessary. It compliments a free test download I have posted here.

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This is a great guided activity to help students understand how to divide a decimal by a whole number. You'll use papers to model divisors and base ten blocks to model dividends. Take the mystery out of division!

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These guided notes are great for introducing or reviewing adding and subtracting decimals.
Filled in notes are provided. These are great for students with hard copy notes accommodations.
Great size for INB. Just fold in half and paste into INB!

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This is a 9-day unit presentation. It was built for an ESL and 1:1 classroom. It practices gradual release, number talks, and formative assessment. The daily format is "I do, we do, you do." You may need to adapt some of the independent practice suggestions to fit the resources you have at your

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This is a Keynote presentation meant to be a review of division. Each day looks at a different component of the division process. The days start with a number talk designed to help students think about mental division and ball park estimates, which are necessary in the partial-quotients algorithm.

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Exponent notes
Whole numbers, power of zero, fractions, decimals, and variables.
There are practice problems with the notes.

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Notes on fractions include the following skills:
-factors
-multiples
-transforming mixed numbers to improper fractions
-simplify
-Add, subtract (without borrowing), multiply, divide
-transforming fractions to decimals
**Use this as a fraction review or a cheat sheet for fractions!**

This is an introductory math lesson on changing fractions into decimals. It is geared for 3rd graders and meets the Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 20 slides and includes an essential question, interactive student practice, and a summarizing activity. It is designed to

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This is a introductory math lesson on adding decimals. It is geared for 3rd graders and meets the Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 8 slides and includes an essential question, interactive student practice, internet links, and a summarizing activity. It is designed to be

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This is a introductory math lesson on subtracting decimals. It is geared for 3rd graders and meets the Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 11 slides and includes an essential question, interactive student practice, internet links, and a summarizing activity. It is designed

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Detailed notes to covert between fractions, decimals and percents. These notes have step by step instructions, as well as examples to complete with the class. This does not include repeating decimals (that can be found in part 2)

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In “Packet One” of Everyday Life Skills Math Series, the student was introduced to the job experience and how their employer keeps record of their time worked. Once you start working and receive a paycheck, whether a paper check handed directly to you or directly deposited into a bank account, yo

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Over 15 Cornell Notes on topics ranging from Operations with Fractions, Integers, and Decimals, Exponents, Equations, Volume, Area, Distributive Property, etc..m

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This lesson is a great way to teach your students how to write in scientific notation and standard notation. I have used this lesson as a lesson in math, but also as a refresher for my science classes. The animations built in to the powerpoint show the students step by step how to convert from stan

Great foldable for extending lesson on integer rules into operations with rational numbers. All problems include negative numbers.
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Adding/Subtracting fractions and mixed numbers
Adding/Subtracting decimals
Adding/Subtracting fractions and decimals
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Teacher version
Student versi

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13 Lessons:
1. Whole Numbers
2. Whole Number Computation
3. Decimals
4. Decimal Computation
5. Factors, Divisibility
6. Square roots, Exponents, and Scientific Notation
7. Fractions
8. Addition and Subtraction of Fractions and Mixed Numbers
9. Multiplication and Division of Fractions and Mixed Numbe

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Unit 1: Pre-Algebra I Topics:
Whole numbers, Decimals, Factors, Divisibility and Primes, Square roots, Exponents, Scientific Notation, Fractions, Positive and Negative Numbers, Order of Operations.
Unit 2: Pre-Algebra II Topics:
Percent, Ratio and Proportion, Statistics: Mean, Median, Mode, Data Co

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This three door foldable includes volume of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, hexagonal prisms, trapezoidal prisms and composite figures. There is an example with fractions and an example with decimals. Great alignment to Common Core. I have used this foldable with both Envisions Math and Eu

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Students will be introduced how to make conversions with time, length, distance, etc.
CC.4.MD.2 Use the four operations to solve word problems involving distances, intervals of time, liquid volumes, masses of objects, and money, including problems involving simple fractions or decimals, and proble

Completely Editable!
Use this brochure-style foldable to demonstrate finding the distance between two given endpoints on a number line.
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1. Students record formula for distance between two rational numbers.
2. Students learn to determine the distance on the number line first, and then

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Follows Prentice Hall Pre-Algebra book, lesson 3-1. This covers rounding, front-end estimation, clustering, compatible numbers. Erase below the practice problems to "reveal" the answers. Notes and practive problems included.

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This is a Keynote presentation that takes a critical look at solving multi-step problems. Built for an ESL classroom, the release is incremental. I have had success with it. You may need to adapt some of the independent practice problems to fit the resources in you classroom (it uses IXL and Khan

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Use this PowerPoint to have students solve various word problems with unit rates.

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This tip sheet is a review of the curriculum for math standards required for 5th grade in the state of Virginia. 6th grade teachers could also use it at the beginning of the school year as a reminder of the skills taught in 5th grade. I created this a few years ago and use it at the end of the year

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