# Cognitive Cardio with Middle School Math Moments

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Absolute Value Color by Number: In this color by number, students answer each absolute value problem (there are 20). Students will need to identify absolute value, compare absolute values and evaluate a few expressions. They will then find the
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Probability Color by Number: In this Probability Color by Number, students solve 20 problems that require them to: * find probabilities * decide if events are likely, as likely as not, or unlikely (2 questions) * find the theoretical probabilities
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Fraction to Decimal Conversion Game - Decimal Dice: Decimal dice is an engaging dice game that is similar to the game of Yahtzee! In this game, students will roll four dice, combine the dice into fraction pairs, and then find the decimal or whole
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Coloring is a great way for students to explore patterns, color, and their own creativity! There are 10 coloring pages in this product, for your students to enjoy. For a larger set of coloring pages, see Coloring Pages # 2 For a second set of 10
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Metric Measurement Color by Number: This color by number includes 20 questions that require students to complete metric measurement conversions. Conversions of capacity (mL, L), length (km, m, cm, mm), and mass (g, mg) are included. After answering
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Percent of a Number - Color by Number: In this color by number, students solve 20 percent problems, which include finding percent of a number, finding the percent when given the part and the whole, and finding the whole when given the part and the
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Equivalent Expressions Color by Number: (part of the Equivalent Expressions Mini-Bundle) In this color by number, students find equivalent expressions by factoring simple expressions and by using the Distributive Property. Students then color with
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Add some color to math class and practice math skills at the same time:-) In this activity, students simplify 20 expressions by distributing and then combining like terms. There is also a coloring page with no numbers, for students to color their
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Converting Fractions to Decimals Color by Number: Add some color to math class! In this activity, students convert 20 different fractions to their decimal equivalences. There are a few repeating decimals that are similar answers to non-repeating
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Pi Day Circles Color by Number: Add some color to math class! In this activity, students find area and circumference of circles. They will also find the diameter and radius when given area or circumference. There is one problem that gives
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In this Equivalent Expressions color by number, students find equivalent expressions by factoring simple expressions and by using the Distributive Property. There are a few problems that require students to combine like terms. Students then color
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Math and coloring! Students enjoy the variety of coloring activities in math class. With these coloring activities, students immediately know whether or not they solved correctly - if their answer is incorrect, they won't find it on the coloring
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Parts of Speech Coloring Activity In this activity, students identify parts of speech in 20 different sentences. The words to be identified are words that can be different parts of speech, depending on the context - mainly nouns, adjectives,and
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Multi-Digit Addition Color by Number: In this Multi-Digit Addition Color by Number, students solve 20 addition problems. The problems include 2-digit, 3-digit, and 4-digit numbers. A few problems have three addends. After solving, students find
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Math and coloring! Students enjoy the variety of coloring activities in math class. These 20 color by number activities address the following grades 4/5 math concepts: Each color by number has 20 problems for students to solve. Also included in
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Coloring is great for students of all ages! In this Rounding Decimals color by number, students round numbers to the nearest tenth, hundredth, or thousandth (one problem rounds to the ones place and one to the tens place). Then they find the
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Math and coloring! Students enjoy the variety of coloring activities in math class. This bundle currently includes 60 color by number activities and consists of my Color by Number Bundles 1, 2, and 3. They each have 20 activities and are
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Equivalent Fraction Card Sort: In this Equivalent Fraction Card Sort, you will find six sets of equivalent fractions. There are eight equivalent fractions in each set, for a total of 48 cards in one set (deck) of cards. Also included are ten pages
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Students love coloring in math! In this color by number, students solve each problem (there are 20), converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers. In some problems, students will compare a mixed number with an improper fraction, to
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Converting Decimals to Fractions Color by Number: Add some color to math class! In this activity, students solve 20 problems that require them to convert decimals to their lowest terms fraction equivalences. Most of the decimals go to the
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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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B.S. in Elementary Education Masters in Computers in Education

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