Cognitive Cardio with Middle School Math Moments

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Surface Area Task Cards - Footloose Activity: This Surface Area Footloose is a fantastic way to get students moving while they are reviewing concepts. Students enjoy the activity; teachers enjoy the high level of student engagement and the
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Area and Perimeter Color by Number: In this color by number, students solve 20 problems that require them to calculate area and perimeter of rectangles, find missing side lengths, find perimeter when given area and a side length, and find area when
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Use this Area Math Wheel to introduce finding areas of different shapes â€“ rectangles, squares, parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles. Or, use the wheel as a review/study guide after students have learned the concepts. Students can keep the
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Use this math wheel to introduce or review finding surface area. Students can keep this graphic organizer in their notebooks as a resource/study tool.The sections of the wheel include formulas to find the surface area of four different figures:1)
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This is the second third of the book, 6th Grade Math Warm Ups, 180 Days of Spiral Review. This resource can be copied for each student and kept in a binder for them to work on as soon as they get to class. I started out using these as warm ups for
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Print, copy, cut and play! This easy to prep game offers students a choice of question types: A "truth," which is a true or false question addressing area and perimeter concepts, like: * how to find area and perimeter of squares and rectangles *
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Use this Area Math Wheel to introduce finding areas of different shapes. Or, use the wheel as a review/study guide after students have learned the concepts. Students can keep the organizer in their notebooks or binders as a resource/study tool.
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Digital Truth or Dare is an easy way to review concepts - as a whole class, in small groups, or individually. This resource is the digital version of Area and Perimeter Truth or Dare Review Game Check out this short demo to see how the game looks
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This file of word wall words includes: * 8 standards of mathematical practices * 129 grade 6 math terms â€“ I add them to the wall as we are studying them. I only use the term (rather than the term with an explanation/example), so I donâ€™t have to
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Use these area and perimeter resources for your upper elementary or middle school math centers! There are both group and independent activities to keep your students active and engaged during their center times. The resources include Truth or Dare
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Students love to play Footloose! Area and Perimeter Footloose includes 30 question cards about area and perimeter of rectangles (the cards are available with and without a background - same questions on both sets - just the option of a background
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I've been teaching for more than 20 years:-) I taught elementary school for 12 years, in 2nd, 4th, and 5th grades. Now I teach math and language arts in middle school.

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I like to give students as much opportunity to move and discuss their learning as possible.

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B.S. in Elementary Education Masters in Computers in Education

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