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Examining four boxes on each card students must decide... WHICH ONE DOESN'T BELONG? How many different answers can you come up with? This FUN, ENGAGING and EXCITING math activity will have students activating their prior knowledge, using mathematical terms, and engaging in discussions with their cla

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This resource is fantastic to use to develop critical thinking and problem solving in students. Students looks at a set of numbers or pictures and deduce which one doesn't belong. The goal is to have students justify their choice, as there is always more than one way to solve the challenges. Ther

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Which One Doesn't Belong is a great way to help your mathematicians think critically while differentiating your math instruction. Print or display each slide to inspect with your students during your math workshop. You will be amazed at all the reasons they can find as to why one of the pictures on

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Students will compare and contrast the math contents on each slide to determine which items go together and which one does not belong. They will be using a gifted strategy, comparing and contrasting, that is valuable for all students to acquire and use. Math tools that will be used for analyzing

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Order of Operations Center--Which One Doesn't Belong
Students will be given a group of expressions to simplify using order of operations and will need to find the expression that does not belong because it has a different answer.
You can use this as a station in your math classroom or use it in s

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This activity can be done whole-class (on a projector/easel), a tabletop center (displayed as a printed photo/on a tablet), or as an individual journaling activity. My Ontario Kindergarten class enjoys doing these activities orally. We do it completely orally - with no written component at this stag

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This is a 30 day math warm up for grades 2 - 4. Get your students discussing math in ways you never imagined. This activity is designed to start each day's lesson.
The first box, students will write in a journal, white board, etc anything they can tell about the number, fraction, picture that t

Students will look at the Shape choices on each slide. Students will use Comparing and Contrasting skills to make a claim and then defend the choice that they make with evidence. They must decide which shape isn't like the other ones and doesn't belong and be able to prove it by citing evidence.

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When students develop their reasoning about the critical attributes of something, there are many benefits:
*Deepens understanding of content knowledge!
*Improves long-term memory for key vocabulary and concepts!
*Enhances ability to problem solve!
This is a collection of 20 Smart Notebook slides. T

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This SMART Notebook file was designed to be used with classroom Smartboards. The file includes 14 slides that each contain four mathematical items that involve either numbers or geometry. On each slide children need to determine which item doesn't belong with the others, either because it is missing

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This product contains 36 Numbered Worksheets that can be bound in a Student Workbook or laminated for a Math Centre. Simple Teaching Instructions are included. Most strands of the Math Curriculum are integrated into these activities which are designed to make students think. Ideal for partner work t

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Do you want your students to talk more about math? Which One Doesn't Belong is a whole group or small group activity that gets students from all mathematical backgrounds noticing patters, making sense of situations, and talking about math in complete sentences.

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Which One Doesn’t Belong?
4th Grade Math Topics
Students examine four mathematical statements and determine which of the three doesn’t belong.
They are asked to make a claim, provide evidence to support the claim and then explain why the evidence supports their claim.
Then, after they’ve done t

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A fun game to introduce and teach mathematical reasoning. Includes support for second language learners. 3 vocabulary anchor charts. 57 game cards. Directions how to play and guide robust mathematical discourse.

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Get students talking about math and telling their classmates what they know!
This warm up math activity gets students engaged and excited to share their mathematical knowledge. Have students "defend" one of the 4 boxes they feel is unique and different from the others. Write your defense and shar

Place Value - Which One Doesn't Belong and Why? is an engaging compare and contrast learning task. Students love to analyze each card to determine which items are allowed to stay because they are similar and which one has to go since it is different. This activity is a great gifted strategy that a

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The teacher displays the Power Point slides on a projector system and thinks aloud so students see, hear, and understand the thinking necessary to find the one math equation that doesn't belong to the fact family and then tell why. Students can then use this learning activity in small guided math g

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This activity can be done whole-class (on a projector/easel), a tabletop center (displayed as a printed photo/on a tablet), or as an individual journaling activity. My Ontario Kindergarten class enjoys doing these activities orally. We do it completely orally - with no written component at this stag

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Teachers should model the thinking process of how to compare and contrast
the 3 items on the slide to find the one that isn’t quite the same and therefore
must go. By including lots of conversation about how some items are whole and some items are cut into sections that we call fractions, students

15 Templates with visuals to solve which box doesn't belong. I usually have students work in groups and write why each picture does not fit with the other pictures in the group. Great Math sub plans!

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This product can be used as a mini-lesson or for review to help students understand place value with base ten blocks. The students will look at the slide to determine which choice does not belong. They will then have to prove their answer by telling why their choice does not belong.

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Which One Doesn’t Belong?
5th Grade Math Topics
Students examine four mathematical statements and determine which of the three doesn’t belong.
They are asked to make a claim, provide evidence to support the claim and then explain why the evidence supports their claim.
Then, after they’ve done th

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This product contains 36 Numbered Worksheets that can be bound in a Student Workbook or laminated for a Math Centre. Simple Teaching Instructions are included. Most strands of the Math Curriculum are integrated into these activities which are designed to make students think. Ideal for partner work t

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Perfect worksheets for practicing sorting! Easy print and go worksheets for homework packets, practice, or beginning lessons.

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