Many students struggle with understanding the difference between a FACTOR and a MULTIPLE. The multiple monster and factor ninja help students remember the difference! My 5th grade students loved the drawings and were very engaged during our lesson.
This download contains 4 pages about the Butterfly Method for adding and subtracting fractions and/or mixed numbers. This method is an alternative to the traditional method where you MUST make your denominators the same. My students prefer this
This is a quadrilateral family tree activity. It requires students to cut and paste definitions and shape names in the correct place on the tree. Terms/Definitions include: Polygon, Quadrilateral, Parallelogram, Rhombus, Square, Kite, and
Updated version now in increments of 20, 25, and 30 so you can choose which is best for your class! Class Dojo is amazing!! I print these and give them to my students. In my class students get to pick a reward coupon when they hit increments of 20.
I have my 5th graders cut these out and glue them in their math journals. These are an excellent reference for angles. The print out uses words such as angle, vertex, and protractor. It gives the definition of an acute, right, obtuse, and straight
This is a class job sign I made to go along with a ClassDojo themed room or to use just because it's so cute! ClassDojo images do not belong to me and can be found at https://www.classdojo.com/resources/.
This product explains how to find the surface area of a rectangular prism. It connects this challenging concept to a real world task, such as wrapping a present, explains that you must find the area of all of the faces and then add them together,
This product includes 1 page that explains and provides examples for the steps to take when adding and subtracting fractions. There are 2 examples per page.
1. Find the LCM of the denominators (or any common multiple)
2. Rename the fractions