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Symmetry Sorting. (2018-04-23 07:00:45)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Second Grade, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Mathematics, Lesson Plans, Center Activities, Quizzes)
"Symmetry Sorting is a tablet-friendly maths game for 6 to 8 year olds which involves sorting pictures, shapes and letters into symmetrical and non-symmetrical sets. The games are not timed providing lots of opportunity for children to practice. Questions are randomly generated on the conveyor each time the game is loaded.
The pictures have vertical lines of symmetry while the shapes and letters include both vertical and horizontal lines of symmetry."
Make the Sums True - Negative Numbers. (2018-04-23 07:00:41)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, Eighth Grade, Nineth Grade, Mathematics, Lesson Plans, Online Practice, Operations and Algebraic Thinking, Quizzes)
"Drag numbers into the boxes to make the sums true."
This game will check your answers but not give you any clues as to how to work the problems. You will continue until you get the answers correct. This game will not tell you if you had any answers correct until you get them all correct. This would be a good whole class activity led by teacher instruction.
Decomposing Teen Numbers. (2018-04-23 07:00:33)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: PreK, Kindergarten, First Grade, Mathematics, Lesson Plans, Teacher Tools, Number and Operations in Base Ten, Center Activities, Educational Games)
"I’m writing this blog post about decomposing teen numbers into ten and some ones. Keeping reading to learn instructional strategies and activities you can use in your classroom as well as grab the FREEBIE at the bottom of this post."
Free Fraction Strips. (2018-04-23 07:00:16)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Second Grade, Third Grade, Mathematics, Teacher Tools, Number and Operations - Fractions, Center Activities)
Free Fraction Strips: Use these reproducible fraction strips to help your students to conceptualize the value of each proper fraction in relation to the whole. Suggested activities are included. Also, copies can be laminated and cut into fraction tiles which make great manipulatives for structured group activities. A separate copy can be used as a classroom poster for quick reference.
Essay Writing ESCAPE ROOM Activity - Parts of an Essay. (2018-04-20 07:00:29)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Middle School, Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, Eighth Grade, Nineth Grade, English Language Arts, Projects, Writing, Educational Games)
"This FREE essay activity is a sample activity from my Essay Writing Escape Room! This activity reviews the parts of an essay in a fun, engaging way!
This activity would be appropriate for:
• Elementary students who need essay writing experience
• Middle school students who need essay writing guidance
• High school students who need essay writing practice"
Mystery Picture - Multiplication Facts. (2018-04-20 07:00:14)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Mathematics, Number and Operations in Base Ten, Worksheets, Center Activities, Quizzes)
" This is an exciting way to review multiplication! Students solve the multiplication problem in each box and then color it in according to the key. Your students will love watching the picture unfold before their eyes!
This dinosaur picture comes with 3 skill levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. The skill levels are denoted by a small symbol (circle, triangle, & square) so your students will not know which skill level they are working on.
This activity is a great fast finisher and can be done independently or in groups. Your students won’t know they are building math fact fluency because they will be having so much FUN!"
Working with Integers Jeopardy Game - Negative Numbers. (2018-04-20 07:00:14)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Middle School, Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, Eighth Grade, Mathematics, Online Practice, Educational Games, Quizzes)
Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers in a jeopardy game.
Freeze - Brain Break. (2018-04-20 07:00:00)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Elementary School, Second Grade, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Teacher Tools, Dance, Audio/Video Resources)
Brain Break. Freeze when the music stops. A good way to release tension from testing or high stress level activities.
" Dance to the music and freeze when the music STOPS!! The crazier you dance...the more fun the pose is when you FREEZE!!"
I'm Done: Now What. (2018-04-19 07:00:32)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Second Grade, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Teacher Tools, Center Activities)
Introducing the "Sticks Center."
"Now, when my students are finished and are sitting there with nothing to do, they have the option to read, finish their morning work or "do the sticks." Simple system that works like this.
1. Draw a stick
2. Do what it say
The rule I have is they can't look when they draw a stick and whatever they get, they have to do or they go back to their seat and read."
Classroom Quotes Posters. (2018-04-19 07:00:24)
(Idea published to: Twitter. Interests: Elementary School, Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade, Third Grade, Character Education, Posters)
"The printable posters available for download below show famous quotes and inspirational messages. Teachers can use them for display in their classroom to encourage and motivate children in their learning."