Students explore the question "Which type of gum blows the biggest bubbles?" Your class will have a blast during this math unit. They'll conduct the experiment, collect the data, determine the central tendencies, and analyze the results. I've
I print this sheet on colored paper and cut into individual squares. I hand these reading response guideline handouts to students and they glue them in their notebooks. Students can use this with any reading response question. I also have them
Students will self-assess their reading responses before saying "I'm done." I have them glue this in their notebook and review their response by circling yes or no to the self-assessment guidelines. They have an opportunity to improve their
I use this every year. I have my students make this math foldable during our central tendency review and they keep it in their math folders to use when needed. Everyone knows the steps to finding the central tendencies (mean, median, mode, range)
We must learn from our mistakes! I have students use this simple math test correction form after taking a math test. Students try to figure out their mistake independently. If they get stumped, they can get help from a classmate or the teacher.