# Debra Brennan

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Students will compete against each other to create powers of 10 exponents. It will help to develop the concept of exponents when used on Base Ten. This type of activity allows students to see how digits shift in the place value of numbers.
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Students roll four dice to create two 2-digit numbers. Then, with a partner they will find the GCF and LCM of the two numbers.
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Students use a calculator to multiply and divide decimal number by 10. This discovery activity enables students to identify how digits shift to different place values as they multiply and divide by 10.
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Students compete against each other by rolling the dice and strategically creating the largest number. They then need to round their decimal number to the place value that is noted for each round.
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A Math Center Reflection template for student accountability during Math Centers. It can be used at any grade level.
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Students take on the role of Teacher to explain to a class buddy how ratio tables are used to solve ratio problems.
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Students explain to Bippy what opposites are. Bippy is having trouble understanding what opposites are on a number line. Create an example or problem below and use the number line provided to help explain to Bippy what opposites are.
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Students play a dice game to create numbers to round to different place values.
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Students will compete against each other to create the largest decimal number. They will roll the dice and strategically create the largest number possible based on the roll of the die.
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A Connect Four Game where students use a die and a spinner to create numbers and change their place values to reflect multiplying by 10 or 100. It is all about the shifting of the digits!
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A Number Talk Reflection on how to represent the number 87 multiple ways. It assesses understanding of how numbers can be represented multiple ways.
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To check for understanding of unit rate, students need to explain the unit rate concept to another student. Students explain how unit rates are found in everyday life.
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Using Place Value Cards, students will build numbers. The use of Base-Ten Notation, Expanded Form, and Number Names will enable students to create numbers..
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Students can design their own clubhouse floor plan by creating rectangle arrays and identifying the factors for each.
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By rolling a die, students will create a number and then identify the place value and base-ten value of each digit. The students will then write the number in expanded form.
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Create models of numbers using Base Ten Blocks. Students use dice for 10 rounds. After rolling for each round, the student needs to place the base ten pieces onto the Place Value mat. Students may exchange ones (bits) for tens (skinnies) etc...Once
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