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This is a great activity for right before Halloween: a math escape room available in paper or digital form. Students have to help Frankenstein's monster by finding codes in order to escape and help the monster get his costume. There are paper and
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10 task cards where students will practice finding displaced volume, reading a triple beam balance and then calculating density to determine what an object is made of. There are two versions of the task cards: one with QR codes for students to check
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There are several different ways for students to practice classifying matter in this resource. There is a notebook page, a game, a sort for small group/interventions, sentence stems, and a short assessment. It is a great way to differentiate for
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Help your students understand the difference between complete and incomplete metamorphosis. There are two version of notes, one with all the notes filled in and one with blanks for students to fill in key words.
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This is a great activity for right before a fall break or back to school: a math escape room available in paper or digital form. Students have to find their way out of a corn maze by finding codes in order to escape and make it back to the bus on
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Students will practice integer operations in a fun, engaging way--an escape room! Students will practice with the algorithm and word problems. This is a great way to practice and assess at the end of a unit. Students are trapped in space and
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Help students learn to multiply and divide fractions with models. notes, and word problems. Multiplying and Dividing fractions is a difficult concept for students to understand. These resources can be used in small group as you help students
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23 task cards to practice multiplying and dividing fractions in word problem form. These can be used in small group or as stations. To use the cards, print and cut. Punch a hole through the circle and place a binder rings. Students can work in
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A math notebook page to help students understand and reference how to multiply and divide fractions. Each page includes an overview of how to use models to multiply and divide fractions. I like to teach algorithms with context through word problems.
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This is a great activity for right before a winter break: a math escape room available in paper or digital form. Students have to unlock a room that contains presents in order to deliver them. They will solve algebra equations to crack the code.
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Students will practice converting between fractions, decimals, and percents in a fun, engaging way--Escape Room! There are 6 different challenges for students to practice finding equivalent forms of fractions, decimals, and percents and using
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Students will practice beginning properties of triangles. Three topics are covered: Triangle Sum Theorem, Triangle Inequality Theorem, and the relationship between side lengths and angles. Each topic includes additional practice and exit tickets.
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Students will learn about credit histories and credit reports, features of checking accounts, ways to pay for college, and comparing annual salaries. Each topic comes with its own notebook page. They will also practice each of these concepts with
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Test prep doesn't have to be boring! This activity can give your students a break before state testing and allow them to work in groups, have fun, but review at the same time. Make sure to check out the preview to see what topics are reviewed. This
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A unique way to get students to write in math. Each resource has 20+ graphics and prompts where students can write two truths and a lie about OR analyze the pre-written truths and lies. Save 30% by purchasing the BUNDLE instead of the individual
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A unique way to get students writing in math. There are 20 pages of graphics--ratios, unit rates, percents, proportions, converting measurements and more. An EDITABLE VERSION is included. You will need to have Microsoft Powerpoint in order to
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Students will learn about check registers and how to balance a check register that includes deposits, withdrawals, and transfers. There are several opportunities to practice calculating the balance of a check register with two exit tickets and a
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This is a great activity for right before a spring break, a fun math activity or an end-of-the-year activity: a math escape room available in paper or digital form. Students have to "escape" from haunted room with the ghost of a math teacher by
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An interactive math notebook set for practicing converting measurements (customary and metric) using proportions and ratio tables. This set includes 2 practice pages and 2 exit tickets to assess. This resources focuses on converting measurements
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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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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)

www.teachingwithstowe.blogspot.com