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This is a PowerPoint presentation that introduces students to benchmark fractions. Using real world examples, it has children visualizing what benchmark fractions look like and has them compare their mental images to an actual picture. Then it
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This Power Point presentation introduces decimals to the tenths and hundredths and it also exposes the students to basic mixed numbers as well. It is packed with visuals and includes embedded practice. The practice sheet that works well with this
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This PowerPoint lesson engages students in identifying benchmark fractions in items from everyday life. This is a GREAT follow-up lesson to my other Introduction to Benchmark Fractions PowerPoint presentation. This lesson allows students to
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This interactive PowerPoint presentation is an awesome introduction to equations and variables for addition and subtraction. This teaches and reinforces the math vocabulary words "equation" and "variable" by introducing them and consistently using
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This is the ultimate benchmark fraction bundle! I have combined three of my benchmark fraction products for a discounted price! All three of these together make a VERY powerful impact on your students in teaching this concept. You will get two
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This benchmark fractions task card set is great for giving your students plenty of practice identifying benchmark fractions in everyday life. There are 28 task cards and two different options for an answer sheet. I have also included an answer
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This PowerPoint presentation is based on the introduction workbook pages to chapter 9 in Go Math for grade 3. It follows the problems listed in the "show what you know" section of the workbook at the beginning of the chapter. It includes lots of
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This is a bundle of two wonderful Benchmark Fraction PowerPoint lessons for a discounted price. The first lesson is an Introduction to Benchmark Fractions: This is a PowerPoint presentation that introduces students to benchmark fractions. Using
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This PowerPoint presentation is based on the introduction workbook pages to chapter 10 in Go Math for grade 3. It follows the problems listed in the "show what you know" section of the workbook at the beginning of the chapter. It includes lots of
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This PowerPoint presentation is based on the introduction workbook pages to chapter 12 in Go Math for grade 3. It follows the problems listed in the "show what you know" section of the workbook at the beginning of the chapter. It includes lots of
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This high-interest PowerPoint presentation introduces and reinforces odd and even numbers. It captivates the students from the beginning and gets them discussing math! This is a story about a boy who wants to play soccer but has trouble getting
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This activity is a wonderful attention-getter! Students absolutely LOVE to be part of the lesson. You can reinforce the difference between a simile and metaphor using the kiddos in your class. Here are 30 fun similes and metaphors that are ready
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This PowerPoint presentation is based on the introduction workbook pages to chapter 11 in Go Math for grade 3. It follows the problems listed in the "show what you know" section of the workbook at the beginning of the chapter. It includes lots of
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This PowerPoint lesson focuses on understanding patterns of multiplying by 4 and how that can help us solve facts when we multiply by 8. It is packed with excellent visuals and lots of story problems for application. The following ideas are
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This PowerPoint presentation is based on the introduction workbook pages to chapter 7 in Go Math for grade 3. It follows the problems listed in the "show what you know" section of the workbook. I use it instead of the workbook so students can use
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These basic fraction cards and work mats make ordering fractions in class easy! Each work mat has 4 spots for students to order up the fractions based on their size. You can choose the greatest to least or least to greastest work mat. Even better
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This PowerPoint presentation is based on the introduction workbook pages to chapter 6 in Go Math for grade 3. It follows the problems listed in the "show what you know" section of the workbook. I use it instead of the workbook so students can use
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This PowerPoint presentation is based on the introduction workbook pages to chapter 8 in Go Math for grade 3. It follows the problems listed in the "show what you know" section of the workbook. I use it instead of the workbook so students can use
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This PowerPoint presentation is based on the introduction workbook pages to chapter 1 in Go Math for grade 3. It follows the problems listed in the "show what you know" section of the workbook at the beginning of the chapter. It includes extra
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This PowerPoint presentation is based on the introduction workbook pages to chapter 2 in Go Math for grade 3. It follows the problems listed in the "show what you know" section of the workbook at the beginning of the chapter. It includes extra
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