This worksheet asks students to sketch salt crystals and describe their properties, as well as record a definition of "solution" and explanation of how crystals form. For use with Investigation 1 or 2 of the FOSS Mixtures and Solution Unit.
This hands-on activity asks small groups of students to reflect on their execution of classroom procedures and routines. The teacher then leads the students in setting goals for growth. This is a Word document, so you can easily change it to reflect
This is a culminating project for the FOSS Variables unit, but could be used independently following instruction on the scientific method/experimental design. Students create a Voicethread (www.voicethread.com), which involves staging photographs to
This is a half-page divisibility rules cheat sheet. It summarizes the rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. It can be glued into students' notebooks as notes.
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This document provides both bulletin board materials and an assignment handout for students. It is designed for students who have already mastered some of all of the content from Everyday Math Grade 5, Unit 4. Based on a pretest item analysis, the
This form asks students to reflect on what they learned, what new doors their learning has opened for them, and how their learning will affect their real lives. It can be used with any unit, in any subject area, with any child who can read and write
RACE (Restate, Answer, Cite, Elaborate) is a strategy students can use for written responses in any subject area. These 8 1/2 x 11 posters will help your students by reminding them what to do at each step and providing them with sentence starters
This short form asks students to write about why they want the job and why they think they are the best person to do it. Some job ideas include Classroom Reporter, Pencil Captain, Agenda Writer, and Attendance Tracker.
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This form asks students to reflect on their progress in math over the course of a term, summarizing what they have learned and what they want to work on, and rating themselves on a scale of 1-5 on a number of important habits of excellent students.