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Start a "Problem of the Day" in your middle school math class!
This product is available in my bundle 180 Daily Middle School Word Problems, as well.
This zip file contains 45 common core aligned "real world" word problems for middle schoolers in 3 different formats:
- a powerpoint presentation

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To help support the new common core standards as well as CGI (cognitive guided instruction), here is a simple one page poster depicting 15 math strategies students need to use to master mathematics in a variety of ways.
The poster provides a visual depiction of the following strategies:
* Draw a P

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Math Vitals - PIE Charts is a set of 16 separate exercises that can be used as a warm-up or exit slip activity or as part of a larger unit on graphing. The 16 slips are differentiated across four increasingly difficult categories:
I - Reading PIE Charts
2 - Filling In PIE Charts
3 - Creating PIE

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This is a 40 question review (2 pages total) of the NEW (2015) Updated TEKS 6th grade Mathematics Chart. I find that having my students work this (either 10 problems per day over 4 days, or all one day) helps them familarize themselves with what information is on the STAAR Mathematics Chart. It forc

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Fun and educational! Using addition and subtraction, students find the mittens that make a pair by matching the equation with the correct answer. Students color the matching mittens to look alike and form a pair. They write the equation together with the correct answer on the provided chart at the

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Coloring mittens, students create the specified patterns.
Students provide the missing numbers on the hundred grid.
Students color the odd numbered mittens.
Students color the even numbered mittens.
Students match the addition sentence with the correct sum.
Students match the subtraction senten

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This is a chart that you can give to your students to fill out as an aid when they are trying to look for Greatest Common Factors, and Least Common Multiples. An answer key is included, so you can differentiate for the levels of your students. Some may need the answers just given to them, others may

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Post these Common Core Standards in your pocket chart when you're teaching. The kids will know what they're doing,and your administrator will be impressed. They also are great for keeping track of what you've covered.

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A choice chart is a task that reaches students of all levels and learning styles. Students can choose from 8 different tasks. The focus of the addition task reinforces the double facts. Included are followup questions to connect their learning for the day. The choice chart provides parallel tas

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Students write the missing numbers on this free Mitten-Themed One Hundred Chart!

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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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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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Set up a basket or trash can and tell the students that you are going to try to shoot and make the basket 5 times. Have them count it down with you. Then as a class create the FDP Chart (fraction, decimal, percent) for the number of times that you made it.
Now split the class into groups of five or

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Teach your students how to be wise consumers by letting them go shopping via supermarket circulars and working with a team to shop for their Thanksgiving dinner. Included in this cooperative learning activity are a list of possible for each team member, a chart to record items purchased, and even a

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Problem Solving Structures Framework: Join, Separate, Part-Part-Whole, and Compare
Problem solving requires students to apply mathematical concepts, skills and the relationships among them to solve problem situations with varying difficulties. Primary students need to be able to solve additive situa

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Worksheet activity using proportions and ratios. Students use the accompanying chart and insert their own weight or height to determine what they could do if they were a chameleon, flea, frog, shrew, crane, elephant, ant, or camel spider. It is a word document so you can use your own judgement to a

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The two-slide PPT is a mini-lesson with a 2 minute video and math activity that teaches students the Growth Mindset thinking. The students learn about how challenges "grow your brain." The students do a four-corner whole class activity and chart the results.

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Place base-ten manipulatives according to the directions into 6 bags and give each student a recording booklet.
Model division strategies (equal sharing, base-10 exchange, tally marks, multiplication). Have groups rotate bags every 10 min.'s to complete the information for each.
* Students requiri

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I use this activity at Halloween. I buy several bags of candy and make copies of the nutritional charts on the backs of the bag to give the students to use for their data. (At the end of the period, I give them some of the candy.)
Students will gather data on calories and fat grams in each serving

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Eliminate the frustration and fear of multiple step problem solving in your students by providing them with Core Rigor's Mathematical Procedure Manuals.This product is designed to be used as a procedure manual in the application of number and operation skills, which in turn will prepare students for

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Help your students learn about the stock market through this bundle of stock market game activities aimed to help with the Stock Market Game.
Inside you will find:
•Two Research Pages
-Stock Market Terms
-The Great Depression
•Two Math Pages for Figuring Stock Prices
-Searching current prices and

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Football Fanatics… Masters of Mathematics!
Fantasy Football within the classroom, or as an after-school club, is authentic, hands-on computing and mathematical problem-solving that is engaging, student-centered, and an awful lot of fun. It is an iconic, pop-cultural hobby that would be an innovati

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Today more than ever we need to teach our students how to be mindful and use their time wisely. In our age of attention zapping devises, students can benefit from focusing on the passing of the hours in our classrooms.
"Every Minute Counts!! and the Countdown Has Started" uses "Marble" Jars in a n

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What better way to motivate your students than to turn learning and practice into something fun and engaging!
Math Bowl does just that!
It's easy to set up, and quickly gets your students involved.
Full instructions with diagrams to help you get started.
The 22 student pages include:
- record p

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