Kathryn Kohlhepp

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Need a way to review with your students at the end of a measurement unit? This Jeopardy game covers length, capacity, weight/mass, temperature, and elapsed time in both the US Customary and Metric systems. This can be used on a SmartBoard, or
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This Smart Notebook lesson introduces students to both US Customary and Metric units of capacity. The first half is US Customary (cups, pints, quarts, and gallons), and the second half is Metric (mL and L). In both sections, students are shown
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Use this game at the end of a unit to review Geometry concepts learned. It's a great way to prepare for an end of unit test! It covers lines, angles, polygons, types of triangles, and solids. Can be used with a SmartBoard, or simply a laptop
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This partner game allows students to practice comparing decimal numbers. Great as a math center! Each pair needs a copy of the game board, and 4 dice. Regular six-sided dice can be used, or make it a little more challenging and use ten-sided dice.
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Students use critical thinking skills to figure out whole numbers up to the millions place. Copy these cards onto cardstock, and students can use them in pairs, small groups, or even as a whole class.
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This partner game helps students practicing comparing numbers using < , > , and =. The easier version only uses 4-digit numbers, and the harder version uses up to 7-digit numbers. Each pair needs one copy of the game board, and a set of
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Use this SmartBoard lesson to help students see how to add and subtract fractions with like denominators. They can come up to the board and physically move and drag pieces of the whole. Then they get to practice without the visual!
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