First, I hand out a box or baggie of conversational hearts. The students sort them and use this worksheet to review math concepts.
The students have fun and they review important concepts for the STAR test.
In this activity, students create a model of one of the elements. I print a blank model on cardstock for each student. Once they have given me a rough draft and I approve it, they can begin to make their own at home. I encourage them to be creative.
This is a great math activity for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders. You will need to several boxes of Lucky Charms. In advance, you can separate the cereal into plastic baggies. Then, you can reproduce this math sheet and have an engaging math activity in
I created this nameplate because I was not satisfied with the ones sold in stores. The nameplate includes the alphabet, math strategies, a number line, a multiplication table, sentence types, text types, and icons. The students just love them!
We use this book to help students keep track of important geometry terms. The book is printed on 4 x 6 blank index cards. The blank page needs to be copied to accommodate the number of vocabulary words you are using. On the blank pages, students