This is a notes and practice page that goes along with Go Math Chapter 7: Multiplying Fractions. Lesson 7.5 asks students to decide whether the product will be greater than, less than, or equal to one of the products. I found that my students got
Students will analyze a fraction multiplication sentence with a factor comparison in it and determine if the sentence is a fact or a fib. Students will have to support their decision with mathematical proof.
In this activity, students will analyze equations dividing decimals by powers of 10 and determine whether the equation is a fact or a fib. Students will also have to explain how they came to their decision either through mathematical or written
In this activity, students will analyze customary capacity conversions and determine whether the conversion is a fact or a fib. Students will also have to explain how they came to their decision either through mathematical or written proof.
This is a rubric for a genius hour presentation. It includes 3 parts, the research phase, the actual project, and then the presentation. Students are assessed on Advanced, Mastery, Developing, and Does Not Meet Standard levels. The standards are
This resource was added to my Genius Hour procedures this year after I saw the need for my students to take more ownership in their time management and also to eliminate repetitive questions - "What is my next step". This is stapled into the front
This a review for a dividing decimals unit - including topics of estimating, modeling, and division. I typically use it for homework, 1 section each night. It could also be used during a math workshop rotation or a bell work.