This is the perfect resource to share with families so they can help their child build independent study skills. I also use it in my resource room with middle school students as a planning and reflection tool -- How will I study for this test? What
Have you noticed that many student's lockers turn into black holes of disorganization? With this locker guide, students can build independence in successfully cleaning and managing their belongings. I like to copy the guides on to brightly-colored
Special Education, Classroom Management, For All Subjects
Do your students often confuse mean, median, and mode? This handy reference sheet with visual cues can help students remember the difference and how to calculate these important measures of central tendency.
This printable sheet helps students with the concept of combining like terms in pre-algebra and algebra. I encourage students to build a 'Math Reference Binder' for those essential concepts that are easily confused or forgotten.
Keep these reference cards on hands as your student work through the Order of Operations. Using PEMDAS as the acronym to help students remember, this handy card can be used as a checklist as students work through equations.