Students will sort the expressions in three ways-- Expression, Visual Model of Distributive Property, and Simplified Expression. It's a great interactive activity where students are engaging in math and working in groups or individually on
Students will engage with making predictions about data, writing ratios in 3 different ways, and graphing the data of their bag of m&m's. M&M's are not included, but what better way to excite students about math and introduce ratios! They'll
With this cut-out students are able to make the connection with the formula, and why 1/2 of the base times the height equals the area. Have students cut it and form a rectangle to see this visual and never forget why the formula makes sense! :)
This activity allows students to work in collaborative groups and engage in mathematical discourse. It meets the needs of Kinesthetic learners & Auditory learners. It's a great activity for all learners because it relinquishes the fear of using
This activity students can use any sort of square tiles to build squares and rectangles and the answer different questions related to perimeter and area. Each question has QR codes for students to check their answers for immediate academic feedback
This activity is an exploratory center for students to integrate literacy into math! They must use two sources to collect their information. Then they must use a web to organize their thoughts. This is a great independent extension activity!
This is an research proven strategy that increase comprehension of academic vocabulary. The teacher gives a casual definition of the vocabulary word with examples, non examples, and descriptors of the word. Then students share their own
This is a 12 question assessment that assesses the common core standard 5.NBT.A.3. The questions are not multiple choice, which allows for you to see as a teacher where a student's true area of need may be.