# Scott Renfro

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Students use multiplication and reasoning skills to find volume of irregular shapes.
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Students practice turning fractions into decimals .
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Students match PSSA terms to their definitions.
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Students match PSSA terms and concepts to definitions and examples.
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Students match PSSA terms to their correct definitions
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Students practice scaling with multiplication.
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Students will be asked to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit. To do so, students will be asked to multiply, divide, and add positive and negative numbers.
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Students solve division word problems using NFF stats.
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This is a good worksheet for getting kids ready for volume. Students use their math skills to determine the missing length of a side.
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Students learn to change fractions into decimals (with calculator).
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After plotting ordered pairs on a grid, students find the area and perimeter of each polygon.
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Students visualize division by separating arrays into groups.
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Students use a calculator to convert mixed numbers to decimals.
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Students answer word problems using division.
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Students answer real world word problems dealing with meters.
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Students us their math skills to determine the missing lengths of a side,. Good for getting kids ready for volume.
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Students round decimals that are written in expanded form. For example, students are asked to round (2 x 1000) + (3 x 100) + (4 x 1) + (2 x .1) + (3 x .01) to the tenths place.
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Students convert mixed numbers to decimals. Students round answer to the thousandths place when needed.
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An easy to use, easy to understand power point on how to find averages.
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Students solve multiplication and division word problems using information about Chicago's Willis Tower. Some problems include fractions.
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