# Education

## Collection by Casey Pena

105
Pins
•
82
Followers

Looking for Google Classroom Ideas for Elementary? Imagine using your time to plan effective lessons instead of grading countless student papers! Using Google Classroom is the perfect solution! With this file you will be able to share assignments with your class through your Google Classroom with...

If you've been searching for a way to DIGITALLY assign students a quick assessment of a math skill to drive instruction, this video tutorial is for you!

BoomLearning.com - Amazing authors make awesome learning content! Students will test their understanding of proportional and non-proportional relationships using multiple representations such as: graphs, tables, equations, and real-world situations. There are 10 cards total.

This playbook is a great tool to use when preparing your 8th graders to take their STAAR Math test. Each readiness standard is included in the book through a mixture of STAAR style questions, notes, and graphic organizers. The book is designed to pair with our 8th Grade 10-Day Warm-Ups (https://www...

This lesson begins by activating students' prior knowledge by showing them a picture of rectangle, parallelogram and triangle, and prompting them to write everything they know about that shape for one minute. Students then start by reviewing the area formula for the foundation shape, a rectangle. Th...

Students test their proportional reasoning with percent questions in this 8 card activity. A situation is presented, 4 statements are given, and the students have to select the answer does not match the situation.To preview/play the first 4 cards in the deck click here: PreviewTo use Boom Cards, you...

Students have 12 cards to help review the vocabulary associated with classifying matter. There are 8 cards with pictures from our Catnip's Word Walls vocabulary posters where the students match pictures to the vocabulary word that is best represented. There are 4 cards with definitions and vocabular...

Students will test their knowledge on how to graph in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane using these 8 questions. The questions progress in difficulty with the first coordinate plane counting by whole numbers and then the second half of the problems are counting by halves. The questions incl...

BoomLearning.com - Amazing authors make awesome learning content! Students practice finding slope and y-intercept from multiple representations including graphs, tables, and real-world situations. There are 5 answer choices for each representation, and the students drag the correct value to the corresponding drop zone. They also have to fill in the blanks for an equation in y = mx + b form so that they are seeing how it translates to an equation every time. There are 3 cards for graphs, 3…

BoomLearning.com - Amazing authors make awesome learning content! Students will generate numerical patterns when given an equation in the form y = x + a and y = ax. For each given "rule", students will complete a table using the fill in the blank feature or drag and drop feature. The X column has been filled out completely and at the beginning, students will have the first value filled in under the y column. This deck is not random because it follows a progression of difficulty. Students…

BoomLearning.com - Amazing authors make awesome learning content! This set of cards tests students understanding of the key vocabulary related to measures of center and spread, such as mean, median, range, and Interquartile Range. One sample data set is given at the end to test whether students are able to find 5 key values.

Review how to solve equations with variables on both sides given a model, an equation, a real-world situation or by matching an equation to a given real-world situation. There is a teacher example on the left hand side and a problem on the right hand side for the student to try on their own. If you ...

Review how to solve One-Step equations given a model, an equation, a real-world situation or by matching an equation to a given real-world situation. There is a teacher example on the left hand side and a problem on the right hand side for the student to try on their own. If you have any other quest...

Review how to solve Two-Step equations given a model, an equation, a real-world situation or by matching an equation to a given real-world situation. There is a teacher example on the left hand side and a problem on the right hand side for the student to try on their own. If you have any other quest...

This set contains 4 posters about how to find the perimeter of a square and a rectangle, and how to find the area of a square and rectangle. Each poster contains the formula, the formula written in words, examples of the shape with labeled dimensions and one example worked out finding the area or pe...