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Money TEST! Perfect for assessing the mastery of skip counting coins and value recognition of American coins. Click the MATH category in my store for more math resources!Please see THIS post for more on this resource!✨Please follow my store for updates on products and new listings.✨ ❤ Website ❤ F

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When you are you are teaching and assessing your students knowledge of the Common Core CONTENT standards, don’t forget to give equal importance to the standards for mathematical PRACTICE.
Use this checklist to record your observations as you meet and confer with students during lessons and assessm

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Time to the Hour
Use this as a worksheet to practice time to the hour, or as an assessment for your students.
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❤❤❤TPT Featured Resource❤❤❤Your students will enjoy this fun resource to practice counting U.S. money up to $10.00! This is a colorful set of 24 task cards on counting U.S. bills and coins up $10.00.This set is a wonderful addition to your lessons! I've included a recording sheet and answer key, too

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Get a quick check of student progress in March with this set of math review practice sheets! Simple and clean printable practice sheets with a basketball theme act as a review or assessment for first grade Common Core math standards 1.OA.5, 1.OA.6, and 1.MD.3
Concepts reviewed include fluency to 10

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Whether you teach these terms as reflection, rotation and translation or flip, slide and turn, you are covered! It is a fun and festive way to practice geometry around St. Patrick’s Day!
Included:
* Shamrock Transformations sheet (reflection, rotation, translation) and key
* Shamrock Transformati

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These two free weeks come from my 3rd Grade Math Morning Work Set. Week 4 gives a glimpse on how the morning work sheets are set up for the first half of the year, and week 20 gives a glimpse on how the morning work sheets are set up for the second half of the year.
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Check for Understanding with Exit Tickets Blog Post freebie is a
non-editable document that contains the following:
* Headers to setup a Show What You Know Board
* 1 Sample Exit Ticket
This product goes with my guest blog post for Laura Candler's Corkboard Connections. Please check out the post

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This FREE Weekly Reflections Booklet was created for students to use reflect on their week, and share their learning with their parents. Students can reflect on their successes and challenges, think about and share what they learned, evaluate their behavior and work habits, and set future goals.
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Give each child a handful of goldfish. Have them color the fish and then graph them. Use this during Dr. Seuss week and read the book One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.

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By the end of the year, my students are expected to be able to write the numbers 1-120. This pack has students begin with writing 1-20 (a scaffolded version and a blank version). They will then move to writing numbers 1-50, then 1-100, and finally 1-120.
This would be great to use as bellwork, a

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How can this resource help me assess the Standards for Mathematical Practice?
How can this resource help my students understand what these standards mean?
CCSS.Math.Practice.MP1
Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
CCSS.Math.Practice.MP6
Attend to precision.
We all know that p

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This 2nd Grade Math Spiral Review 1 Week FREEBIE is a great way to provide extra practice and review of various math skills taught in second grade and a quick review of 1st grade math skills in the very beginning of the school year. It is Georgia Common Core aligned but easily adaptable to other sta

I use this survey at the start of the school year to discover my student's attitudes about math. The language is appropriate for the early to late elementary student. They reflect on their feelings about math by choosing to agree or disagree with a little over a dozen statements. This gives me a q

Use these pattern sheets as practice or assessment tools. Themes include Thanksgiving, Earth Day, beach, and arctic. Students can practice making AB, AAB, ABB, AABB, ABC, and ABCC patterns.

A free ten question rounding assessment directly aligned to third grade Common Core Standards. This includes word problems where students must round to the nearest 10 and nearest 100. It also includes showing how to round numbers on a number line. It can be used as an assessment, homework, or indepe

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QR codes are a great way to get students engaged in what they are doing! Use these math cards as an independent student center or as a reinforcement to lessons previously taught.
Have students work through the problems and then scan the QR code to check their answers.
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1 worksheet, 4 pages
Directions: Find the pattern for each table, complete the chart and circle the Rule.
8 Input / Output Charts for students to complete
Prior knowledge of patterns, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are required to complete this lesson.
Hope this helps =)
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These two free weeks come from my 2nd Grade Math Morning Work Set. Week 4 gives a glimpse on how the morning work sheets are set up for the first half of the year, and week 21 gives a glimpse on how the morning work sheets are set up for the second half of the year.
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These two free weeks come from my 4th Grade Math Morning Work Set. Week 4 gives a glimpse on how the morning work sheets are set up for the first half of the year, and week 27 gives a glimpse on how the morning work sheets are set up for the second half of the year.
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2 pages.
Lesson asks students to identify Acute, Obtuse and Right angles.
Lesson was successful with my 4th grade students.
This can either be used as a morning warm-up, math warm-up, homework, in-class practice or quiz.
If you like these worksheets, I also recommend the following:
Elementar

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This open-ended assessment allows students to prove what they have learned in the introduction to Proportions. Not only does it allow students to provide an example of what they know but also to explain it and take ownership of what level they are on based on a "stop-light" level of response.
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Encourage Critical Thinking!
Do you need to get your kids solving problems and explaining their thinking without looking for that one right answer?
Try this Math Journal Rubric with your current math journals or take a look at the ones in my store for open ended thinking and problem solving.
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