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MATH:

These fraction problems are intended to be follow-up practice after a lesson. Each group of problems adds a new layer of complexity (see bulleted list below for how each problem…

These fraction problems are intended to be follow-up practice after a lesson. Each group of problems adds a new layer of complexity. The green border represents the subtraction operation in…

These fraction problems are intended to be follow-up practice after a lesson. Each group of problems adds a new layer of complexity. The red border represents the addition operation in…

These charts provide the vocabulary used with each of the four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Additionally, there is one chart that refers to fractions (numerator/denominator). The vocabulary is…

Draw More Pictures by Converting from Base 10 to Base 2! Binary Mystery Pictures: Draw a Picture by Converting from Base 10 to Base 2 If you have already seen…

Binary Mystery Picture: Draw a Picture by Converting from Base 10 to Base 2! This is an extension activity used after the students have had several lessons on place value…

This material focuses on common fractions and their corresponding decimal and percent values. The cards can be used for one of the activities below, or however you or your students…

These materials can be used after the students have a general understanding of fractions and have been introduced to equivalent fractions. Describing fractions in terms of equivalent fractions to 100…

Inspired by the Montessori golden decimal mat, each 8.5x14" place value decimals chart / mat can be used to introduce the concept of decimal place values, adding and subtracting decimals,…


LANGUAGE:

This homophone exercise is a card sort activity intended for practice in identifying the correct spelling and meaning of three common sets of homophones: their, there, and they’re, your and…

This material is intended as a follow-up activity after students have been introduced to singular and plural possessives. The challenge of this activity is to identify the proper usage and…


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