Race to the top math problems is a great center activity for helping student to become more confident in their math skills by practicing them.
You can see a preview of the levels in the thumbnail images above.
Students roll the dice, do a math
This is a simple writing prompt for the end of year or to do during the summer.
The prompt it: "If you opened an ice cream shop, what would it be called? What special flavors would you serve? What would your shop look like? Use detail!"
This is a free printable morning routine for you!
I have saved mine and sent it to Vistaprint to be printed as a large poster and the quality is fantastic!
This allows your students to see what they need to do every morning to get ready for the
This is a writing checklist that I include in my students writing portfolios each year.
I laminate them and the students use them for each writing activity to make sure they have met all the criteria.
It helps the students to have a visual and to
This is a great bulletin board and goes great in any classroom!
Print off as many letters as you need, laminate, cut, and off you go!
I use it with early finishers and as a center during daily 5.
There are many ways to arrange the letters to keep
This is one worksheet with true/false equations to help students understand the process of figuring it out. This is a test worksheet to see how you all like it so please let me know in feedback! Thank you and enjoy it!
Race to the Top Addition is a great activity to use for interventions, centers, or however you please.
There are 3 differentiated levels to help your students.
Students roll dice, solve the math problem, and repeat until they reach the top! It