# Math with Miss B

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This project is designed for 4th-6th graders who need practice adding and subtracting decimals. Students will create a menu for a restaurant theyâ€™ve created. The menu will feature appetizers, main courses, desserts, beverages, and more. Each item
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This project is designed for 7th-8th graders who have learned how to find unit rate, percents, proportions, and solve/write equations. I used this activity in a 7th grade honors math class at the end of the year. The students loved this
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This project can be used when teaching division with decimals and money OR It could be used with finding unit rates. Appropriate for Grades 5-7. **This project can be timely and should be used with independent or advanced students if used in
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This project is designed for 6th â€“ 7th graders who will practice calculating percentages through various situations. During this project, students will calculate percentages in four different situations. Students will include pictures and work
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This project can be used when teaching division with decimals and money. Appropriate for Grades 5-6 ***This is similar to my other Grocery Store Division project but easier. Students will not need to compare unit prices. Students are doing 15
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This project can be used when teaching Surface Area and Volume in grades 5-7. Students will design their own cereal brand and box. Students will label their cereal box and itâ€™s dimensions. Then, students will find the volume of the
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This project was designed for 6th-7th grade students. Students will practice finding percentages of various prices. Students are going to create a sales flyer for a store that theyâ€™ve opened. The will select items to feature in their ads and
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This project is a 2 part project about different ways to display data. In part 1, Students will create a question with 4-6 possible answer choices. After surveying 50 different people, students will create a frequency table displaying their
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Iâ€™ve attached 3 different variations for this activity. I used it with my 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classes. Each project is a little more difficult than the last. I decided to include all of them so that you can select which activity best fits the
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This project is designed for 7th-8th graders who have learned how to calculate theoretical and experimental probabilities. Students should be able to calculate all possible out comes (sample space ) for a game/situation. Students will
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Why not celebrate the 100th day of school by incorporating math problems into your celebration? Iâ€™ve included 4 different variations on a similar activity: creating and solving 100 math problems! I used the 1st page for 4th and 5th grade, 2nd
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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These worksheets were used in a 6th grade and 7th grade Pre-Algebra class. These could also be used in a Algebra class to review basic concepts. Each worksheet has 8 problems and space to solve them. Instead of using a variable, I replaced the
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This Project was created for a 4th grade class but can easily be used in a 3rd-6th grade class with alterations. Students will be planning a party. This party can be a birthday party, end of the year party, themed party, etc. Students will choose
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This project was designed for a 4th grade class. Students will practice multiplication of 2 digit x 2 digits and 2 digit x 3 digits in this project. Students will also use other skills such as addition and subtraction. Students are going to
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This project can be used in a 3rd-4th grade classroom after the students have learned about fractions and how to model what fractions look like. This activity provides another visual, besides pizza and pie, to help understand what fractions are
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This project can be used in a 3rd-4th grade classroom after the students have learned to add and subtract whole numbers and money. This is a great project to use before the holidays! It will help put your students in the holiday spirit and it gives
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Students will use catalogs and websites to create a gift bag for their birthday party. The teacher will assign a different number of party attendees to each student. (I used between 7 and 14. I would skip 12 because a lot of supplies come in a dozen
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This activity can be used in a Pre-Algebra or Algebra class. After teaching how to graph functions, students will use the cost of Halloween candy to create and graph functions. Ahead of time, I start collecting sales ads for grocery and drug
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This activity can be used to practice long division with one and two digit divisors Students will solve each long division problem first. After solving each problem, the remainder for each question will tell them how many of each ornament or
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In this activity, students will use a die to pick various items to include in their lunch. Each item has a price attached to it. In part 1, students will pick a meal, side, and drink. Then, they will calculate the total cost of these items.
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I have been teaching honors math for 3 years. Before that, I was a long term math sub and a long term math specialist sub. I have worked with students from both ends of the spectrum- the gifted and the students who struggle. All my products are math products because it's what I teach! They are real. They were used in my classroom. They were created out of a need. I hope you and your students enjoy them :)

MY TEACHING STYLE

I differentiate my teaching to different levels and styles of learners.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. in Education from West Chester University. Currently working on my masters degree.

I love math (if you couldn't guess!) I also run a lego club at our school and I am the math coordinator. I love what I do but I also love my favorite hockey team (THE FLYERS!!!), my friends and family, traveling, and my 3 cats!