There are three word searches. The student will look for equations and have to add the symbols to complete the equation. There is one for combining integers, one for multiply/dividing integers, and the last one is for all integer operations.
There is a spinwheel with 8 integer answers. There is an 7 by 4 grid which integer expressions. The student will match the expressions with the answer choices. I cut out the expressions and glued them onto clothespins. I use it as an activity center
Students are to work in partners. Each student will have six questions covering adding/subtracting decimals. There are two sets of questions 1-6. Even though the problems are different, the answers are the same and therefore self checking!
Comparing and Ordering Decimals and Fractions
This is just a simple worksheet that is a bit higher level. I used it as a center and the students wrote on the desks with dry erase markers. They loved it!
I teach 6th grade so I created this activty to give my students some extra practice on just regrouping before we started doing subtraction.
There are two sets that can be used seperately or together. The first set is regrouping/borrowing from a
Students work out problems using proportions and unit rates. Answers go into a crossword so the worksheet is selfchecking. Answer key is provided.
The attached crossword picture is sideways. Not sure why but it is easy to turn once you download it