This purchase includes three activity sheets (worksheets). Two of the activity sheets give students individual questions about the history of education in the United States. Students will match their correct answer to the questions. The other sheet is a "riddle" or puzzle answering "Horace Mann" as the Father of Education in America. Students will get one letter per question to fill in to answer the riddle or puzzle. I like to use the worksheets that look almost identical to give to my students who want to copy instead of work. It works out perfectly when I have 2 per table and each student has his/her own worksheet. I also use them as guided practice and independent practice and homework. I count these as cross-curriculum worksheets since they also involve history.
These are questions that list rational numbers in order from least to greatest and from greatest to least. They are make with the Texas TEK 8.2D in mind. "8.2D-Order a set of real numbers arising from mathematical and real-world contexts. The sets of numbers may include whole numbers decimal numbers, squares and square roots, negatives and positives."
These are created by me and if you find errors, please contact me and I will correct my copy and you will receive information as to how to download a corrected copy. My version of "Back to School-Ordering Numbers" is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International License. You may make copies for yourself this year and in years to come but you may not make copies for others. These activity pages are the same as the Ordering Numbers 2 (made from 6th TEKS) but the problems are not the same.
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www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Back-to-School-Kids-Clip-Art-792230 and www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Artifex
All Back to School Activities have the same or similar questions about the history of education and very similar looking worksheets to aid for multi level classrooms.
8 pages: 1 cover sheet, 1 info page, 3 activity sheets, 3 keys