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An interactive notebook page for teaching volume of rectangular prism with fractional lengths. There are two different notebook pages. The first introduces the topic to students using cubes to build rectangular prisms and then connecting that to

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Students need lots of practice with solving one-step inequalities and this resources give you lots of practice. There are 6 different stations to practice solving inequalities. Word problems, inequality situations, decimals, and fractions are

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Four stations for students to review financial literacy. The following topics are included: balancing a check register, credit reports, credit and debit cards, and annual salaries.
Students can use the stations Check Register Tic Tac Toe and

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Help students compare the similarities and differences between credit cards and debit cards through these doodle notes.
This product includes two versions of notes. One with all notes filled in (except the interactive parts) and one with key words

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These activities help will help your students identify metals, nonmetals, and metalloids. There are 4 different activities that can be used as homework, in-class practice, or science stations.
**Color by Classification
**Mystery

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Save 20% by purchasing this BUNDLE of equivalent number resources. It focuses on converting between fractions, decimals, and percents. It comes with interactive notebook pages, practice pages, exit tickets, stations, and task cards.
The following

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Introduce students to percents as they relate to fractions and decimals. The notebook pages use models to help students connect equivalent numbers. This resources also provides students with the steps to convert between fractions, decimals, and

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Review math concepts at Christmas time with Christmas resources! Students will practice equivalent fractions, word problems, decimal operations, adding and subtracting fractions, order of operations without exponents, and comparing decimals. There

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Save 25% by purchasing all the resources together. These products are included:
Related Products ⭐ Calculate Density Stations and Identify an Unknown Sample Practice ⭐ Calculate Density and Identify a Sample Science Notebook Page ⭐ Calculate

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A mix of no prep and low prep activities with a Christmas theme to review science concepts before Christmas break. Students can practice boiling/freezing/melting point word problems, forms of energy, mixtures and solutions, weather and climate, and

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Part of the Calculate Density BUNDLE
Two unique ways for students to practice calculating density and then using their calculations to identify what the sample is.
The first activity is Density Dominoes with two different ways to use them. One is

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20 task cards with real world word problems asking students to compare fraction, decimals, and percents to equivalent numbers. All the word problems have a Halloween twist. There are two versions of task cards, one with QR codes and one without. A

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Order of Operations is not just a set of rules students need to follow. Help them understand the meaning behind Order of Operations and they'll remember it better. This interactive notebook page focuses on applying Order of Operations to real life

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Part of the Calculate Density BUNDLE
Students will calculate the density of a sample given the mass and volume. They will then use the density to identify what the sample is. Their answer will direct what color to choose for a picture. Problems

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Part of the Calculate Density BUNDLE
In this notebook, students see how to calculate density starting with finding the mass and volume and then dividing. The notebook page has practice problems and the students will then identify a substance based

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Students will practice identifying independent and dependent variables. There are 9 science investigation questions that students will read and then determine which is the independent variable and which is the dependent variable.

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This interactive notebook page algins with Texas TEKS 6.3A about multiplying by a reciprocal. First, students will explore what a reciprocal is and how division and multiplication expressions can be equivalent with models. Students will also

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I teach 6th grade math at a Title One School. I think instruction should be student led and inquiry based. I have a Master's in Math and Science Curriculum and Instruction. Visit my blog at www.teachingwithstowe.blogspot.com

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student-Led Learning Inquiry-Based Learning

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year- 2013

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Undergrad- Brigham Young University (2009) Graduate- University of Houston Integrated Math and Science (2015)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

www.teachingwithstowe.blogspot.com

GRADES

3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, Homeschool, Not Grade Specific

SUBJECTS

English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Math, Algebra, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Measurement, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Science, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Physics, Other (Science), Social Studies - History, Arts & Music, Geography, For All Subject Areas, Statistics, Economics , Word Problems, General Science, Physical Science, Writing, Holidays/Seasonal, Thanksgiving, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa, Winter, Valentine's Day, Decimals, Summer