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6th Grade Math Worksheets and Assessments for ALL Common Core Standards. These printables can be used for the entire year! Each sheet is labeled with its 6th grade core standard. Use the practice sheets as morning work, class work, homework, or for a center. Use the 2nd sheet for an assessment.***...
This project is an open ended way for students to practice area and perimeter in a real world and relevant way. This project is rigorous and involves multiplication and division of whole numbers and decimals. Students will design a zoo using required elements and as an extension students will preform a needs assessment for other zoo elements.
This is a challenging cut & paste review activity over exponential functions. The student is given 9 exponential equations and matches them to the correct word problem, graph or table of values by cutting them out and gluing them in place. The challenging part is that all of the equations are very similar or use the same or similar numbers. Key included!
These spring themed math centers fit perfectly into photo storage boxes for wonderful grab and go centers. There are 10 centers that work on a variety of math skills so that you can pick and choose centers to differentiate to meet the needs of your students. These centers are hands-on and interactive. Each center comes in full color and ink saving black and white. These are perfect for math centers, morning tubs, or early finishers. Centers designed for Kindergarten and First Grade.
These spring themed math centers fit perfectly into photo storage boxes for wonderful grab and go centers. There are 10 centers that work on a variety of math skills so that you can pick and choose centers to differentiate to meet the needs of your students. These centers are hands-on and interactive. Each center comes in full color and ink saving black and white. These are perfect for math centers, morning tubs, or early finishers.
Kids are crazy for Pokemon Go so why not incorporate it in class! This is a fun activity to analyze graphs such as dot plot, stem and leaf, bar graphs and double bar graphs. Students will practice solving one to two step problems while having fun looking at Pokemon data! Activity comes with:* link to google slide show explaining activity *There are 5 different graphs. (stem and leaf, bar graph, double bar graph, dot plot and another dot plot)* 5 cootie catchers with rigorous questions.
Math classroom activity, students love music, technology and math, Google Slides, middle school, student led learning. The first few lessons of my pre-algebra classes focus on the basics; the building blocks that we need to be successful in the more rigorous areas of math. #mathteachers #googleclassroom #classroommovement #mathlessons #middleschoolmath #algebra
This digital Google Classroom / Google Slides interactive digital resource is the perfect way to integrate technology into your classroom! Practice Order of Operations with Exponents! #GoogleClassroom #GoogleSlides #NoPrep #TeacherFeatures #digital #technologyintheclassroom #MathCenters #noprep #6thgrade #sixthgrade #digital #GoogleAppsforEducation
This is a partner game to practice UNIT FRACTIONS divided by WHOLE numbers AND practice WHOLE numbers divided by UNIT FRACTIONS! These games ONLY focus on this type of division. Students will roll dice, draw unit fraction cards and will come up with a quotient. The object of the game is to connect four squares, in a row, as many times as you can. The row can be horizontal, diagonal or vertical. The person with the most connect fours wins the game.
Fractions hands-on, differentiated activities to develop skills and an understanding when modelling, representing, investigating and interpreting fractions (halves). Fraction lessons to recognising and sorting wholes, halves and quarters of shapes. Minimise your prep and increase the fun. Worksheets are perfect to build your lesson or use as a math center (centre). Year 1, 1st grade, homeschool. #rainbowskycreations
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This a great end of the year review! It's also a fun way to help your students review for the math PSSA's, PARCC or STAAR or other state test. It's a trivia game show power point file. Topics covered include algebra, time, money, fractions and geometry. Students will fill in the missing blanks for equations, solve word problems, count and make change, identify the number of sides on polygons, determine the fractions of sets and wholes and much more in this fun, motivating review. This product is
Build math fact fluency with these fun no prep printable Cinco De Mayo color by code pages. Practice identifying, counting and subitizing with the included Color by number resource, Addition to 10 color by code, and addition to 20 color by sum pages. The same 6 pages for each resource make differentiation easy! Great for May math stations or centers, early finishers, morning tub work, or substitute teacher plans! #firstgrade #differentiatedmathpractice #cincodemayo