I cut apart each focus page into strips as a quick check or a review of addition strategies to increase fluency.
Each page has different levels of questions for differentiation or to see thoroughly understand a concept and can transfer their skills
This activity contains 20 cards with 2 levels of math questions on each card. Questions include time, money, addition, subtraction, place value, patterning, shapes and rounding to the nearest ten. **There are 3 money questions that use Canadian
Students love this activity! Label 4 plastic cups A, B, C and D. Students explore the smell, feel, transparency and viscosity and try to guess the mystery liquid. I like to use molasses, vinegar, bubble bath and mouthwash. I usually use water as a
Quick back to school activity for students to get to know their classmates. We model asking a question and I put a sentence starter on the board. Once they find a match, students write the name in the blank box.
Perfect for ESL students and/or
A simple way for students to keep track of their fluency with addition or subtraction facts. Just place a dollar store foil star over each circle.
All pages are the same. I just prefer to print 4 slides to 1 page so that my goal cards fit in a