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# Arithmetic

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Fractions Decimals Percents Conversion Cheat Sheet and/or Foldable. Create a fraction foldable or just pass out the cheat sheet, the choice is yours. Great for an interactive notebook (1/2 sizes included). This is a great one page cheat sheet illustrating how to convert between fractions, deci...

60+ Must Make Kindergarten Anchor Charts for the classroom. Covers classroom management, literacy and math. Multiple ideas!

Make as a game - shake and write the number in standard and expanded form.

Opps - just drop the last digit of each number and multiply them!

This week we only have school Monday and Tuesday. I am definitely ready for the break! Since we only have two days we won't be using our normal ELA curriculum, and that frees up a little time for some seasonal activities. We are going to read my favorite Thanksgiving story A Turkey for Thanksgiving by Eve Bunting. If you haven't read it before, it is a super cute book. Mrs. Moose wants to have a turkey for Thanksgiving. She sends Mr. Moose out to find a turkey, which he drags to their house…

Anchor chart for helping students purposefully self-reflect on learning.

Quickly customize printable worksheets for practicing multiplication facts or times tables. Include up to 100 problems to use as a timed drill or test.

Challenge students' grasp on an important math concept with this practice worksheet on cube roots!

Since my students loved my other slope puzzle activity, I decided to create a similar puzzle but with a Christmas theme. It was a big hit w...

It's all about a balance, right? So, yesterday was about my kids, today we're back talking about school. Here an awesome new-to-me website that I used at school the last quarter and am now using at home over the summer. I'm loving this website that's for parents, teachers, and students. It's the best way I've used recently to help my students and my own kids really cement those math facts into their brains! The kids are motivated by it, it teacher friendly, and it's free. That always helps…

Halloween: Add, Subtract, & Order Decimals- Crack the Code! is a fun FREEBIE for grades 5-7. #Math #Decimals #Computation

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