Fraction Strips to twelfths Blank
I use with my students to review naming fractions and help them see equivalent fractions using a straight edge down the paper (ruler or another piece of paper).
The blank strips usually meet the requirements for
Fraction Strips to Sixteenths BLANK
I use this as to review naming fractions and equivalent fractions with my students. My Students use this as a resource to compare fractions with a straight edge (ruler or another piece of paper).
After students have taken the Released 2017 4th Grade Math STAAR (Texas), students use this page to analyze their knowledge of the TEKS. It tallies up their correct answers for each Reporting Category and then allows space at the bottom for the
Fraction Strips to the Twelfths Labeled
I use this to model or review Equivalent Fractions. The students use it as a resource to compare fractions using a straight edge (ruler or another piece of paper).
Fraction Strips to Sixteenths Labeled
I use these to model and review Equivalent Fractions with my students. My students use this as a resource with a straight edge (ruler or another piece of paper) to compare fractions.
After taking the 2017 5th Grade Released Math STAAR test, students use this sheet to analyze their results. They shade in the question boxes of their correct answers, tally up their correct answers for each Reporting Category, tally up their total
A useful page to have students analyze their answers on the 2017 Released 3rd Grade Math STAAR.
Once the student has taken the 2017 Released 3rd Grade Math STAAR, they can shade in the boxes of their correct answers. This will provide an
A fun way for students to review or practice Double Digit Multiplication. I have construction paper on hand for them to create their monsters. They could just as easily create their monsters on the back of their page with crayons though.
The We Missed You sheet allows students who are absent the ability to know what they need to do for the day. I would usually allow my student of the day to fill in their name and place on their desk or on a clipboard to travel if they switched