This collaborative partner activity is designed to guide students through the thinking processes involved as they learn to understand how to create multiplication and division fact families. Students begin by skip-counting by a given factor (up to
This is a fun, interactive, "up and moving" activity for students who've mastered specific levels of counting money. Students are given bags of money (plastic, or whatever you use in your classroom), based on mastery level. You can do this with
This recipe is used to help students learn about Functional Text. I created this recipe, but there are other "Dirt Pudding" recipes out there, too.
The recipe is rich with vocabulary, and includes multi-step instructions.
Extension: After preparing
Students will identify objects in their home environments that are solids, liquids, and gases. They will name each object, draw a picture of it, and list its physical properties. This allows students to apply what they have learned at school, and
This activity encourages students to think about the way fractions work. Help students to understand that a fraction, such as 1/3 (one third) actually means "one out of every three". If they understand this, they can break any whole set of objects
Do your students have difficulty attending to text? Do they write nonsense sentences, without realizing or being able to identify the issue? Students will engage in critical thought processes as they determine the sensibility of each of these