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Do your students need more practice with fractions? This fraction bundle has differentiated worksheets for 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade or 6th grade upper elementary students with both a printable and digital option. Some of the fraction topics include adding and subtracting, multiplying, dividing, comparing, simplifying, improper fractions, equivalent, and mixed numbers. The helpful notes on the top of each page make teaching fractions easy.
These FREE 6th Grade math task cards are fun for students and great for teachers because they review some of the core standards of sixth grade math. Kids love learning with different activities in the classroom and these task cards will help prepare them for end of year testing. All questions are multiple choice and answer keys are included for easy grading. Each question is labeled with the common core standard so it’s easy for students and teachers to see which topics might need review.
Teachers often want to know how they can teach greatest common factor and the least common multiple in a way that is more concrete or constructivist. Using Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factor Worksheets is fine but we can do better. Find your free math resources here..#mathteachercoach #mathteacher #math #prealgebra #mathactivities #mathworksheets
This innovative multiplication strategy teaches ALL learners, including students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia and dyscalculia, how to memorize multiplication facts in the fastest, easiest and most fun way possible. Find out how to help kids memorize the times tables the easy way! via @teachingwithatwist
Engage your middle school students with a digital escape room! Your students will practice solving, writing, verifying, and graphing equations and inequalities while having fun using technology. This is a NO PREP Escape Room! Just hand your students the worksheet, give them the URL on google forms and they're ready to go! #solving equations #solving inequalities #writing equations #digital #google forms #escape room #middle school #writing inequalities #graphing inequalities #google apps
Have students conduct a series of experiments to explore whether objects will sink or float depending on various properties. The explain phase then connects these experiments to concepts of buoyancy, density, and salinity. Students apply knowledge through class discussions and a fun ocean zone art activity!
Students will complete a hands-on mystery box exploration to experience the process of doing science. This experience will help students build a deeper understanding of what it means to think like a scientist through discussion, readings, and videos. Concepts will be applied to design their own experiment. To synthesize, students will compare and contrast the scientific method against their experience of doing science throughout the unit.