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Use this Interactive Notebook insert with step by step instructions to teach students how to estimate decimal quotients. This insert provides a step by step guide on both 1 digit and 2 digit divisors. Then, let students try for themselves on the
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This foldable needs to be copied front and back and cut in half for students to glue in their Interactive Math NB's. This aligns with Go Math! Chapter 3 Lesson 3.7 and 5.NBT.7. Have students place a strip of glue on the vertical tab and use this
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Use this 1/4 page, interactive notebook insert to create a step-by-step guide for students to learn how to find common denominators and make equivalent fractions. This insert has students find the multiples of both denominators and select the LCD.
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How I use this resource in my classroom: Students glue the first page into the math notebook. I have them use two colored pencils to color the decimal. For example: 2 x 0.2, they would color 2 tenths with red and then 2 tenths with orange. This
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Have students extend their basic understanding of multiplying decimals by completing these word problems as test prep or a cumulative review of the chapter. These problems align with CCRS standards 5.NBT.2 and 5.NBT.7 as well as Go Math! Grade 5
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Use this half page, math notebook insert to teach how to estimate fraction sums and differences using benchmarks. This resource aligns to Go Math! Chapter 6 Lesson 3 and 5.NF.2
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After introducing this lesson with manipulatives, I use this chart. I have students glue into their interactive notebooks. We go through the first one together, and then I let students create their own decimals in the blank chart. Next I have them
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Multiplying Decimals and Whole Numbers HALLOWEEN FUN! Students will solve 5 word problems involving multiplying decimals and whole numbers. Aligns to Go Math! Grade 5 Chapter 4 Lessons 2 and 3 5.NBT.2 and 5.NBT.7
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What is better than providing real-life, authentic learning? Students will use the Logan's Roadhouse menu (which can easily be downloaded from their website) to estimate quotients and find exact quotients for both 1 and 2-digit divisors. This
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This skill seems to be so difficult for my students every year. I have found that exposing them to all of the ways in which a remainder may be interpreted and then providing them of examples of each, has been meaningful. There is a foldable with
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I use this as an Interactive Math NB insert with my students. It aligns with Go Math! Grade 5 Chapter 3 Lesson 2 (5.NBT.3a) This allows students to practice writing decimals in word, standard, and expanded form.
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How I use this resource in my classroom: This aligns with • Go Math! Chapter 3 Lesson 3.5 and 3.6 • Adding and Subtracting Decimals • CC.5.NBT.7 (Using concrete models to add and subtract decimals) Before students learn how to add and subtract
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I use this flowchart as a Interactive Notebook insert. This flowchart is easy for students to follow and can serve as a great reference for them to look back on throughout the year. This aligns with Go Math! Grade 5 Chapter 3 Lessons 3.8 and 3.9
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Use this half page, interactive notebook insert to introduce or review how to find greatest common denominators and reduce fractions to simplest form. I use this page as a review from 5th grade before beginning our fractions unit- Go Math! Chapter
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My students LOVE this dice game. Farkle can be purchased from pretty much any retainer. My students use this reference sheet rather than flipping through the instructions included in the manual. I highly suggest using this game to practice adding
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My students absolutely LOVED this activity. Why? It involves food, hands-on, realistic, and authentic learning. Used with standards 4.MD.1, 4.MD.2, and 5.MD.2.
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Let students put this into their interactive math notebooks or print it as a poster.
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This simple interactive notebook rubric can be used with any subject and with any grade. Have students self assess their work or you can check it yourself!
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I use this as a interactive notebook insert for students. It provides step by step instructions and practice for students. This aligns to CC.5.NBT.2. and CC.5.NBT.7. It also aligns with Go Math! Grade 5 Chapter 4 Lesson 3.
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Use this step-by-step guide to add and subtract mixed numbers without common denominators and regrouping. This resource aligns to Go Math! Grade 5 Chapter 6 Lesson 6- Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers and 5.NF.1 and 5.NF.2
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6th year -4 years in 4th grade -2nd year in 5th grade math

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I thrive off of authentic, real-life activities that provide connections and relevance to math in everyday life. I am a lover of interactive math notebooks and refer to them as "math Bibles". I am dedicated to ensuring every student is successful and receives a quality education in my classroom.

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