Quick-Prep Fraction Game Cards for Review or Remediation 10 winners
Win my most popular Multi-Match card set and get the FREE Multi-Match Games Guide from my shop! Print cards on plain paper and let kids cut them apart and play four fun games. See more than 200 Common-Core aligned Multi-Match card sets for math K-8.
Multi-Match Game Cards 3F: Fractions on the Number Line - 10 pages
Emoji EDITABLE pennants, chevrons and banners! 3 winners
I'm running a giveaway for my latest item in my most popular theme - Emoji! This item contains editable emoji-theme banners, pennants and chevrons, both full page and 1/2 page, in PowerPoint and PDF - good luck!
EMOJI EDITABLE Pennants Chevrons Flags - Small and Large - 135 pages
These 20 facts cards will bring light to the issue of bullying, be it face-to-face or cyberbullying, and equip your students with vital information and key strategies to take a stand and hopefully put an end to bullying.
This set of task cards contains 20 cards that focus on the CCSS GPE.5 and GPE.6 for High School Geometry. There are 5 topics covered in the 20 cards. Each set is composed of 4 different problems. These questions model the questions asked on the PARCC exam. Solutions are included for each task card.
· Writing the Equations of Lines
· Writing the Equations of Parallel Lines
· Writing the Equations of Perpendicular Lines
· Midpoint of a Line Segment
· Partitioning a Line Segment
Geometric Properties of Equations with QR Codes - 12 pages
WebQuest: The American Revolution-The Culper Spy Ring 3 winners
In August of 1776 getting information from New York on British troop movements was critical to General George Washington, commander of the Continental Army. There was no reliable intelligence network that existed on the Patriot side at that time. This webquest is about the brave group that formed the Culper spy ring.
WebQuest: The American Revolution-The Culper Spy Ring Grades 4-8 - 14 pages
Algebra-Solving Equations Using All Four Operations -Grade 6 2 winners
This product has 120 Task Cards to provide practice solving for an unknown in each of the four operations. The cards provide practice using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve equations.
Aligned with CCSS.Math.Content.6 EE.A.2
Algebra-Solving Equations Using All Four Operations -Grade 6-120 Task Cards - 35 pages
Beautiful Words Are..a mini-lesson about encouragement 10 winners
Words can help. Words can heal. Words can hurt. The words we choose to use with one another each minute of each day are extremely important and can make the difference between someone trying and someone quitting. Being cognizant and deliberate about the kind, encouraging, and beautiful words we share in our classrooms will serve to create a classroom environment that's trusting, nurturing, positive, and optimal for learning.
This is a little mini-lesson to get this sort of classroom started, because an environment such as this takes practice:) In these 8 pages, you will find:
**A-Z examples of some beautiful, encouraging words
**3 questions about hearing and saying beautiful, encouraging words
**10 statements someone might say to you and space for you to create a response for that person with beautiful, encouraging words
Beautiful Words Are..... A Mini-Lesson About Using Encouraging Words - 8 pages
Earth Day/Día de la tierra Roll and Cover Games 2 winners
Celebrate Earth Day with this cute independent center.
Students roll 1,2 or 3 dice, add the numbers, and cover up the sum. First to cover all their numbers, wins!
Each game board has the number of dice to roll.
Earth Day/Día de la tierra Roll and Cover Games - 16 pages
"Hey, this is fun!" These are words you are certain to hear when playing Grocery Store Math Change from $20.00. But, that's not all in this game. Lesson plans are included for Hands-On Class Grocery Store,Coupon Madness Grocery School Extension along with task cards and key.
This powerpoint shows how to "show" what feelings and emotions look like in writing. This is a fun hands-on group activity to do while teaching how to add elaborate details to your writing. I model what "excited" would look like. I then put students into groups and hand out one emotion or feeling to each group. Their job is to make a poster showing what that feeling or emotion would look like WITHOUT naming the feeling or emotion. Then we all come together as a group and they read their posters and we try to guess which feeling or emotion they have described!