Extend students learning of ordered pairs by having them create a secret message only their math friends can solve. I made the graph large and had them write their ordered pairs on cardstock to hang out in the hallway. Then moms, dads, and other
Teaching young readers to write a summary can be difficult. Using this step-by-step worksheet can help set the stage for a good summary. Students go sentence by sentence and can have the freedom of choosing their own transition word. Attached is
This editable booklet lets students work with you as you create and analyze class data. I have it set up for they favorite sport but you can change it to anything you'd like. It uses:
Use this in class or as a study helper at home. Students will enjoy playing the memory game and practicing their time and money skills at the same time. I left it editable so you can change it to meet your classroom's needs.
Get students out of their seat and search for fun addition and subtraction problems. This document is editable to meet clues around your classroom or school. I used my clues around my school but you could keep it in your classroom if you wish.