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This worksheet consists of 8 problems that students can use to practice the distributive property of multiplication. The problems all include 6, 7 or 8's multiplication facts. This sheet also requires students to draw an array to show a visual
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This lesson begins with a guided interactive smart notebook lesson (25 slides total) to be used on a smart board. It allows students to explore the concept of finding combinations in a fun hands on way using technology. Students can drag the caps
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This lesson begins with a worksheet where students use the red and blue tile squares (shown in the picture) or starburst candies, whichever you prefer, to find the area of squares and rectangles that are already traced out on paper. Students will
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This worksheet can be used as a homework sheet, morning work, exit ticket, etc. It consists of problems where students have to use the formula; area= length X width to solve the problems. It should be used during the second or third lesson on area
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In this folder, I've included several sample array projects as well as graph paper; however, you can use any graph paper you want. The students are required to write out the multiplication sentences that match each array that they create that makes
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This lesson, especially for third graders can be very difficult to grasp. Students are given 10 word problems to solve and are asked to draw a picture to help them. This worksheet can be edited to change the names and/or numbers. It's great to use
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There are 27 slides total in this lesson, including interactive fraction strips for the students to use on the smart board. This lesson also includes an introduction to necessary vocabulary such as estimate, benchmark fractions and unit fractions.
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Students will need to have an understanding of fractions less than 1 whole as well as fractions greater than one whole, represented as improper fractions. Students can use the number lines to place where they think the fractions go. Teachers can
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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In this lesson, students will begin by creating a pictograph as a whole group, with help from their teacher. They will use the data the teacher provides and the students will physically get to design a key with their own symbol to use to create the
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Use this sheet as a supplement to your curriculum or math program. This sheet is great to use for a morning work assignment, homework assignment, exit ticket or for a quick mini lesson on finding the area of a square or rectangle. Enjoy!
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This lesson contains 6 slides to use as an introduction to dividing by 6 and 7. There are word problems students can solve on the smart board that are interactive. Students can slide the infinite cloner to show their work and prove their
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All you need are fraction strips for your students. They can make paper ones or use the colored plastic ones. Students can use this worksheet to explore the fraction strips in a fun hands on way. This worksheet would be great to use at a math center
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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Have your students use small edible candy conversation hearts on Valentine's Day. They can sort them according to their color, graph the results, and analyze the graph by answering the questions provided. Then, as an incentive, have them enjoy their
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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Students can search through books or magazines and jot down all the compound words that they can find. This sheet is great for a literacy or word work station or for a homework assignment.
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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This worksheet is great for students to use with post it notes after they read a book. You can use it to hold students accountable for reading at an independent literacy work station.
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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This is a full lesson plan (40 minutes), on teaching third graders about vertebrates. This lesson can be used to teach middle school students about vertebrates as well. Students will make a model or a representation of a backbone using wagon wheel
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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This lesson requires the teacher to purchase a hershey bar to use with the attached worksheet. Great to use in a small group with struggling learners. A 3 page lesson plan is also included. Enjoy!!!
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This game is called Tic Tac Estimation. Students need to round each 3 digit number first and then subtract to find the estimated difference. I've also included a blank estimation sheet in case you'd like to write in your own problems for your
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This is a smart notebook file that contains an interactive jeopardy game, used to display on a smart board for students in 3rd or 4th grade. It can be used as a review before a test or in the beginning of the year for 4th graders to review their
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For anyone who dedicates part of their day to setting up literacy stations in their classroom would benefit from this list of activities. I've also included 36 different spelling activities, which can be printed and laminated and left at a station
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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I have been a teacher now for over 10 years in the public school setting in New York State. I have taught 7 years in third grade and 4 years at the middle school level.

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I use the Vicki Gibson Differentiation Model where I start most of my lessons as a whole group mini lesson for 15 minutes and then my class divides up into 3 groups of 7 students and we spend 20 minutes at each station. Students who struggle usually begin with me at the teacher led station, while the other students begin at either the collaboration (group or partner) station or the work table (independent station). I follow district curriculum as well as the common core state standards.

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