This is a puzzle that can be solved in pairs or individually. Print out the puzzle and the outline on cardstock. Cut out the pieces with the equations on them, and shuffle the triangles. Each student should be given an answer sheet. Have the
I use this as a warm up or end of lesson check for my middle school intervention class. Once the students are able to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers, they are able to use this fun game to master their skills.
Each player rolls and
These strips have words that middle school students are expected to know in the fluency stem. Laminate the cover and back, punch a hole in the top of each strip, and bind it with a ring. These are great for bell-ringer assignments.
This is used in my class as more of a warmup than a class- long activity. It's very short, but it includes the common decimals, percents, and fractions that these students need to know without much calculation.
This is a simple three card match
Students find the matching arrow after working the problem. This activity comes with 16 sorting matches, an answer key, and an answer sheet for students. I recommend printing on card-stock in order to reuse throughout the year.
These are fluency strips to help students practice reading with the correct intonation, pronunciation, stress, pauses, phrasing, and rate that a fluent readers possess. Print them out on cardstock and cut out each strip. Punch holes in the top left
Shuffle cards and divide them evenly among players. Have players solve and simplify to the fractions lowest terms. The player with the most CORRECT at the end wins. Answer sheet, cards, and key included. I would recommend to print on cardstock.