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ORTON GILLINGHAM SYLLABLE DIVISION TASK CARDS
Vowel Types: VC/CV, V/CV, VC/V, V/V
This set comes with posters for each vowel type as well as 25-40 cards with vowel division words. Perfect for small groups or centers!

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Box It Up helps students understand how to use the box method to multiply 2-digit numbers. It is an engaging, hands-on and high-interest game that makes multiplication concepts come to life. This game allows students to work with a partner,

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In this game students will use basic multiplication facts to help them solve division problems. In order to solve the puzzle, students must choose a division problem and then find a related multiplication problem to help them find the quotient.

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Use these 3-part puzzles to model how to find the find the fraction and the degress of a circle. The puzzles give a visual, a fraction and also show the fraction out of 360 degrees. The fraction puzzles include: 1, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, 1/9 and

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With this purchase you get 48 task cards.
Page 1: Find the perimeter of a rectangle
Page 2: Find the perimeter of a rectangle
Page 3: Use the perimeter and one side to find the missing side.
Page 4: Use the area and one side to find the missing

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THIS JEOPARDY GAME IS FOR 4TH GRADE STUDENTS. THE QUESTIONS WERE CONSTRUCTED BASED ON THE MATH STANDARDS THAT ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT ON THE STATE MATH TEST.

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This math center is perfect for all of your students because it has two differentiated levels.
Level 1: Students each take a card with a decimal on it and compare to see who has the greater decimal.
Level 2: Students each take a card. Every card

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Students practice multiplication fluency facts with this Lorax-themed board game. In this game, each player chooses a factor from each pile and creates a multiplication problem to solve. If solved correctly, the player moves to the next space on

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Directions:
Roll the dice. The player with the highest number goes first.
Roll again to see how many spaces to move. Use a protractor to draw the angle in the space.
Have another player measure the angle to check that it was drawn correctly.
If it

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Directions: Each player rolls their die to see who goes first. Player 1 rolls again to see how many spaces to move his/her game piece. Player 1 solves the division problem in the square they land on. If solved correctly, the player will keep the

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Cut out and laminate all of the playing cards and game boards.
Play independently or in a small group.
Make a pile with all of the cards.
Each player chooses a card and solves the multiplication problem using the distributive

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Students will have so much fun fishing for the greatest common factor! My students loved this. The point of the game is to select a card with 2 numbers on it and find the GCF. Then, students have to find the answer card that matches. What makes

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Searching for Simplified Fractions:
Students will use this board game to help them practice finding the simplest form of fractions.

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This activity is wonderful for getting students involved in learning long division. Students will first choose a dividend and divisor card in order to set up a division problem. Students will work against their partner in order to solve their

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Mix up all of the cards and turn them over. Spread out all of the cards face down. Each player takes turns trying to match a vocabulary word with the matching picture. The player with the most matches at the end of the game wins.
There are 18

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Directions:
Cut out and laminate the playing cards and game boards.
Play independently or in a small group.
Make a pile with all of the cards.
Each player chooses a card and solves the multiplication problem.
Once each player finds the product, use

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Use this division flip book to help students learn long division. Each page in the flip book adds to the last by showing a model of a long division problem. The breakdown makes it easy for students to visualize each step. Each page also has space

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