This short supplement to any matter unit contains three independent stations and one teacher-led demonstration station. Each station has students complete a short reading passage (matter, solids, liquids, or gases) and answer four questions by
I use this product to begin each week smoothly and consistently. As the students come in on Monday mornings, they write and sketch about their weekend adventures. What to do with them then? You have endless choices! You can either compile each
Break up the steps to a word problem by having students show their thinking! Start with a quick drawing of what the word problem is actually about. Write a number model to match and then solve it on an open number line.
Do you students struggle with visualizing comparing two lengths? We tried making this learning more concrete by having students shade the lengths on grid paper and compare from there! When they could see the lengths right next to each other, they
Need practice at drawing numbers is base ten and HTO. Try this product out! Students create their own worksheet by rolling dice to make the numbers. Draw this number in base 10 and decide how many hundreds, tens, and ones.
Solve a word problem on an open number line using a variable for the unknown. Have students visualize the problem, write a number model showing the pieces they know and a variable for the unknown, then solve it!
Are you and your kiddos tackling finding text evidence to support questions? Are you reading nonfiction texts? Are you getting ready to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday? Then this pack is for you!
This pack contains 10 nonfiction articles with 3
Use this interactive worksheet to practice doubles facts! Students use a paperclip as a spinner to make their own doubles facts. Students show their work on a ten frame as well as write the doubles fact. Spin, double it, prove it!
Our class is big on the 'Well, how do you know?" idea. For this reason, we do a lot of oral and written justifications. Here is one we use that asks kids to explain why an object measures more centimeters than inches.
In this activity, students will roll 3 dice to create a number. They will rearrange these same 3 numbers to create as many different 3-digit numbers as possible. They are then asked to order them from smallest to largest.