Happy Halloween! I made this PPT for my class to enjoy some "Minute to Win It" type games for our class Halloween party.
Split your class into four teams: Bats, Monsters, Wolves, and Vampires. Have a representative come up and play head to head for
These are bracelets with multiplication facts. I used them with my students to practice their facts to get ready for our fact tests. Note: x0 is not included because the rule of x0 makes learning those facts easier than the other facts.
This blank IEP Check Form is where I record each quarter's data and comments so I have it in one place when I go to do my students' progress reports.
At the back of the file I have also included the forms I use for data collection on goals that
This is what I call my "IEP Cue Card". This has all my students' goals on one nifty sheet (front and back). I use this for daily activities when some students are out of the room and I have an opportunity to work 1-on-1 and I need a quick reference
This product is for practicing with measurement word problems. It is a "Write the Room" style product that could also be a "Scoot" activity or students could draw it out of a container and write the answer.
There are 20 word problems featuring
This resource is fun way to compare fractions while eating a favorite candy. Students open one roll of Smarties and count them up. They then create Smarties fractions and compare them by following the directions on the sheet.
Happy Halloween! I made this PPT as a second version of my first "Minute to Win It" style game for my class to enjoy for our Halloween party.
Split your class into four teams: Ghosts, Spiders, Pumpkins, and Skeletons. Have a representative come up
This worksheet allows students to practice their shape identifying skills while making adorable animal shapes. Students make tangram animals and then count the shapes they used. If you look online you can find many templates for making animals out
This resource allows students to practice comparing fractions with a partner by using playing cards as fractions.
1. Break students into partners.
2. Separate out the face cards. You won't need them.
3. Choose which side of the game board each
This is a fun independent activity that allows students to practice basic arithmetic while graphing. Students role three die together and add. Students color in a square for the sum. They should role the die 20 times to finish out their graph. Once
This worksheet asks students to match the 2-d shape to its name. There are 4 shapes that ned to be cut out and categorized: triangle, rectangle, hexagon, and trapezoid.
I do not own any of the images. They were found online and used here.
This review game is a fun way to get your students out of their seats and reviewing measurement word problems.
After making the board with holes in it, hang it from somewhere that will allow the planes to fly through it. Then make a few airplanes.
Using this resource, students practice multiplying multiples of 10. Students cut out the two circles of numbers and place the small circle atop the big circle and attach a brad and a paper clip (if you want). Then students spin the top circle and
This resource is a fun way to practice putting fractions on a number line. There are three options for using this resource:
- Use the app Skitch to draw the number lines and shapes directly onto the picture of Frank and save as a photo.
- Draw the