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Make math fun with math mysteries! Blog post on how to use and differentiate with these fun activities.
"Below I have outlined how these math mysteries work and how they can make math ...|
Interactive Math Games.
HUNDREDS of FREE math games and activities divided into 26 math categories including, counting, addition subtraction, multiplication, division, measurement, perimeter, geometry, and story ...|
Marshmallow Challenge Handout.
A great team building activity for the first days of school!
This FREEBIE includes a color and black and white handout to provide to teams of students engaging in the Marshmallow Challenge ...|
The Checkbook Project.
A Real World simulation; an economic infrastructure that promotes work ethic, practical math skills and financial literacy.|
7th Grade Math - Statistics and Probability.
This 3-page handout includes a teacher led lesson on determining the sample space. Students are taught how to use an organized list, a table, a tree diagram and the counting principle.|
Slope Intercept Stars.
Students will rearrange equations into slope-intercept form (solve for y in terms of x). Then they will identify the slope or y-intercept.|
Bell Ringers for Middle School Math Single Set (Review Practice).
Middle school math students need to review basic math skills in order to keep them sharp. Bell ringers are perfect for this. This set includes 10 math bell ringers / practice exercises that ...|
Coordinate Graphing - GraphX - Native Animals Bundle.
A compilation workbook of mathematics worksheets that can be used by all levels of mathematics (upper elementary through high school). These worksheets involve solving problems and then plotting ...|
Long Division Word Problem Task Cards.
This is a FREE set of 20 long division task cards, including multi-step word problems. All problems have 4-digit dividends with 2-digit divisors. The word problems all require at least 2 steps ...|
Ring o' Exit Ticket Prompts.
Post includes FREE download of prompts to make your own ring!) Exit Tickets and how to incorporate them into my classroom more effectively. |