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Runde's Room: Interactive Math Journal F.A.Q.s - Get your INB questions answered

Runde's Room: Interactive Math Journal F.A.Q.s

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Multi-Grade Matters: Ideas for a Split Class: Higher or Lower Decimals Game: Comparing the value of decimals

Comparing decimals in order from least to greatest. Super FUN and FREE group activity!

Little Lovely Leaders: Off to an Awesome Start!

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Post It Note Division (I still think this is one of the smartest things I've ever seen)

Middle School OCD: Throwdown Linky - Post It Note Division

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Properties of Real Numbers Graphic Organizer

Math = Love: Algebra 2 Week 1 INB Pictures

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FREE MATH MAZE DOWNLOAD~ This Math Maze can only be completed by doing math! In each exercise, your students start with a number at the top left corner, and then must find the correct path that leads to a number already at the finish. It’s a great way to practice computation and engaging for students of all ability levels!

MathLibs…Every kid loves math libs…made for third and fourth graders!

Math Libs® - Free to Play Online or Print!

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10 ways to practice multiplication facts beyond the traditional use of flashcards.

10 Ways to Practice Multiplication Facts

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Math Slap Game (could do with x and / integers with black cards postive, red cards negative)

Math Slap: A Multiplication Fact Game

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Who's Who and Who's New: How to Teach Your Students How to CHECK THEIR WORK

Remember "magic capsules?" Here's a fun activity we did recently that uses magic capsules to practice calculating the area using centimeter squared graphing paper. Freebie recording sheet included.

FlapJack Educational Resources: Area Animal Magic

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A game for 2 or 3 players. Each player chooses a color pencil they will use in the game. Players take turns rolling the dice, using the numbers that they rolled to draw the perimeter of a rectangle or square & writing the area in the middle of the shape. Game ends when players run out of room to draw. Winner is the player who has used the largest area/most squares.

Distributive Property Matching Game

5th grade math centers - pass out...click the picture to see the directions up close.