I created this match up game for my advanced second grade math class. Most of my students can already read analog clocks to the nearest 5 minutes, so I wanted to teach them other terms they will hear about time. This sort includes 12 times with
This pack contains 5 pages of comprehension questions (2 chapters per page) for students to complete as they read The Panda Puzzle (A to Z Mysteries). I have also included a list of vocabulary from each chapter.
Students are asked to answer
In this hidden picture students must find all the equations and groups that equal 100. Students will use addition with regrouping, subtraction, basic multiplication, addition of coins, and knowledge of place value. I created this as a review for
4 word problems that involve a whole number divided by a unit fraction and 2 questions that ask students to create a word problem to fit a given expression. All problems ask students to sole and draw a visual model. Although there are only 6
This is a simple project that asks students to create a mini poster and present to the class about a holiday of their choice. Students are asked to name the holiday, the religion that celebrates it, the significance of the holiday, when the holiday
Social Studies - History, Religion, Holidays/Seasonal
This is a mystery picture I created for my 5th grade students on the 100th day of school. There are 54 expressions for students to find the value of. If the expression has a value of 10 students color the block green. This covers adding,
I created this to challenge my second grade math students. It aligns to/extends Common Core Standard:
CCSS.Math.Content.2.OA.A.1 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one- and two-step word problems involving situations of adding to,
This pack include comprehension questions for students to answer after reading each chapter. Chapters 1 and 2 are combined, but chapters 3-5 each have their own page. I have also included a list of vocabulary words from each chapter.
This worksheets meets Common Core Standard 5.MD.5.b (see below). Students are asked to find the volume of various real-life rectangular prisms. Some problems are simple and only require students to plug the dimensions into the formula V = l × w ×