LOVE these!!! The ORIGINAL Parts of a Mathematician Poster by Andrea Knight. Great resource for any class!
This FREE Geometry BINGO game set has a pirate theme to capture students' interest and enthusiasm while reinforcing basic geometry vocabulary.
Area/Perimeter robots - get the children to draw robots and write the area and perimeter of each section (Sally Maddison)
This could be easily adapted to any classroom! You could even add the standard somewhere in there. Neat idea!! math blog, 6th grade math ideas, learning objectives, fourth grade teacher blogs, 6th grade classroom math, fourth grade classroom, learning targets, 6th grade math classroom ideas, 6th grade classroom ideas
Mrs. White's 6th Grade Math Blog Great for fourth grade, too!
Teaching area and perimeter using Angry Birds
Great Idea for keeping groups of desks together! - "I was tired of my desks looking like a train hit them by the end of each day, so I found a great and cheap way to keep them together. I use medium and large sized zip ties to keep them together. I place the zip ties on multiple places on the desks. It works really well!"
Positive vs. Negative: Investigations with Integers (6-9) | AIMS Education Foundation
Integers Notes - I like the way she has phrased how to do subtraction.
Students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, ordering, and comparing integers. As well as evaluating expressions and interpreting integers. Packet includes: 2 page game board 48 question cards an answer key 4 game markers directions for teacher to put game together Common Core Standards: 6.NS.5, 7.NS.1, 7.NS.2, 7.NS.3
Adding Integers Task Cards and Recording Sheets CCS 7.NS.1
Integers card game: The red cards are negative and the black are positive. Each player starts with 6 cards, drawing one at the beginning of their turn and discarding one at the end. The goal is to play pairs that equal 6 or -6. The person playing 3 pairs first wins. The other players add the absolute value of their cards to get a score. The goal is to have the lowest score at the end of the game. teacher stuff, positive and negative integers, teaching integers, integ card, teaching negative integers, 5th grade blogs, one player card games, integer games, equation games
Integers card game - The red cards are negative and the black are positive. Each player starts with 6 cards, drawing one at the beginning of their turn and discarding one at the end. The goal is to have the score closest to 0 at the end of the game.
I have, who has game that includes adding and subtracting integers....