Notes on how to:
-&Converting a Mixed # into an improper fraction.
- Could be used to paste onto interactive notebook /journal.
Game for 2 or more players. Halloween/Monster theme
Students roll die.
When a student lands on a specific color they will select the card matching the color. Each color corresponds to a specific content. The content is as follows:
*IT COVERS A LOT IN ONE PROBLEM* :D
A graphic organizer for equations and inequalities. It covers the following standards below. My example model only has an example for equations but the blank organizer can be used for inequalities as well -that is
Project. Reading teacher was reading OZ, the Great and Powerful. I decided to work with her and create a math related project. Students enjoyed it!
Content it contains: proportions, rates, scale factors - maps, equivalent fractions decimals and
A Candy Crush Themed game. Content on Order of Operations and Prime Factorization. Students roll dice. Depending on the color they land on they pick a card from color coded stack & answer a question on Order of Operations or Prime Factorization
Printable labeled Algebra tiles
Print, laminate, cut them out = Algebra tiles for life
Students can cut out their own set as well.
6.10(A) model and solve one-variable, one-step equations and
inequalities that represent problems,
Students study Benchmark Fractions using Flashcards & the Power Triangle.
The power triangle gives students a quick refresher on how to convert between fractions, decimals, and percents by making their way around the triangle.
On one side is a