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These labs with Skittles are a fun way to have students learn about the scientific method.This product contains the following Labs:1. Skittle Colors Lab:A. Question: Which color skittle is most common in a package of skittles?B.

These labs with Skittles are a fun way to have students learn about the scientific method.This product contains the following Labs:1. Skittle Colors Lab:A. Question: Which color skittle is most common in a package of skittles?B.

My Math students will love this zombie naming ordered pairs activity! Its the perfect way to practice coordinate graphing and plotting points on the x & y axis!

My Math students will love this zombie naming ordered pairs activity! Its the perfect way to practice coordinate graphing and plotting points on the x & y axis!

Looking for a list of GO-TO Math websites to use with your students? Check out this post of kid tested, teacher approved sites for all things elementary math.

Looking for a list of GO-TO Math websites to use with your students? Check out this post of kid tested, teacher approved sites for all things elementary math.

With this purchase, you'll find a lesson plan complete with Common Core standards for 3rd and 4th grade (this is also a great 5th/6th/7th grade review game), learning targets/objectives, game directions and materials, and discussion questions for a thorough and reflective wrap-up.

With this purchase, you'll find a lesson plan complete with Common Core standards for 3rd and 4th grade (this is also a great 5th/6th/7th grade review game), learning targets/objectives, game directions and materials, and discussion questions for a thorough and reflective wrap-up.

I love this idea of using File Folders! The Teacher Who Hated Math: Lovin' My Stations!

I love this idea of using File Folders! The Teacher Who Hated Math: Lovin' My Stations!

Students will practice the ELIMINATION METHOD for SOLVING SYSTEMS of EQUATIONS in this coloring activity resource. There are 14 problems which become progressively more challenging with some requiring no multiplication, multiplication to one or multiplication to both equations in the system in order to solve.

Students will practice the ELIMINATION METHOD for SOLVING SYSTEMS of EQUATIONS in this coloring activity resource. There are 14 problems which become progressively more challenging with some requiring no multiplication, multiplication to one or multiplication to both equations in the system in order to solve.