Get your Greek mythology unit off to an awesome start with this fun scoot!There are 12 of Olympus' finest deities with a short blurb for each.Students go around the room and read up on each god/goddess and then work out who they would pray to in a
Hate watching your students draw awful fraction boxes? Hate watching them get the answer to fraction comparison questions wrong because they can't draw good models? Then this sheet is for you! It demonstrates how to use halves, thirds and fifths to
These 3 worksheets will teach your students the 4 main ways to compare fractions (without having to cross multiply!). They build fractional reasoning and lead to excellent discussions about the relative size of fractions.The strategies covered are:-
This worksheet contains 4 different questions with 4 different and common errors- Multiplying the quotients incorrectly- Writing down the question incorrectly- Adding up the quotients incorrectly- Incorrectly dealing with the remainder
There are 6 questions showing some of the main errors that students make in 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication using area models and partial products, including:- Place value errors- Addition errors- Not multiplying all numbers- Multiplying the 10s
Don't be that teacher who lets their students talk about "top numbers" and "bottom numbers" in fractions! Don't be that teacher who's students have no idea how to read fractions out loud! Use this quick handout to make sure all students talk about
Are your students ready to move from arrays? The area model for multiplication helps students to become more fluent with larger multiplication equations, and gets them ready for partial products and beyond!
This is a handy one page guide to how partial quotients works. It uses the "menu" method to help students find useful partial quotient. The second page contains 4 scaffolded questions that should help your students master this vital stepping stone
If you have no idea how to teach RL4, RL7 or RL9 in a coherent manner, Greek myths may just save your life! This is a non-linear series of lessons including a short guide, links and assessment points for a 3 to 4 week unit.
Bored of students stumbling through their non fiction summaries? If they can identify the topic and the different text structures, then you can use this how to guide to help them develop coherent and organized summaries!
There are 9 "families" of 4 equivalent fractions - all color coded to help students find the matching fractions. The families are:1/21/32/31/43/41/52/53/54/5Suggested activities:- Speed sort the set into the 8 families - how quickly can they do it?-