Here is an effective way to have your students locate a point on a number line based on Benchmark Fractions 0, 1/2, and 1. We are not always going to have fraction kits around, so we make due with what we have! :)
In this smart document, you will review the order of operations with whole numbers and move on to problems with multiplying fractions. Also included is an order of operation song on youtube that your students will love!
This handout is an excellent resource for students to hang on to. It shows how to...
*add by breaking apart and using the number line;
*subtract by breaking apart and using the number line; and
*multiply by using the number line, grouping and
This 15 problem worksheet that will assess students knowledge of geometry (polygons, vertices, flips, slides, turns, radius, diameter, circumference, parallel, & perpendicular)! Answer key is included!!!