Debbie McCully

### Debbie McCully

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Tips for launching guided math centers and free starter packs on this post.

You will love this easy side dish made in the slow cooker! Tastes just like Cracker Barrel!

This FREE rounding decimals game worked great in my math centers! The game board for rounding decimals to the nearest hundredth was excellent practice for both my 5th graders and 6th graders.

Bundle of math Trashketball games. The bundle includes skills such as decimal operations, place value with decimals, fractions, order of operations, and more! Review math skills with your students in a fun, engaging way! \$ gr 4-8

5th Grade Math Centers for Every Standard! Each standard has several centers to allow you to differentiate. This resource includes 85 centers for you to use in math centers, small groups, tutoring, RTI, and more!

Three Back to School Math Logic Puzzles: Start your school year testing out your students logic skills with these fun matrix puzzles. Use as a back to school activity for early finishers, a cooperative learning activity, or a math center.Math Skills:-Logic only (first puzzle)-Multiples and Prime Numbers (second puzzle)-Add and Subtract Money (third puzzle)You Might Also Like:Math About Me ChallengeBack to School Multiplication Facts Color by NumbersBack to School Math ActivitiesFractionâ€¦

Bell Ringers to Establish Classroom Community. Writing prompts for love, acceptance, tolerance, and diversity. Ideal for high school and middle school students.

Word problems, especially multi-step problem solving, is tricky for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. This daily problem solving activity focuses on a single story problem each day to help students build strategies and prepare for standardized tests. Fun facts and reflection areas engage learners, making this the word problem practice students LOVE!

Step by step guide to setting up for a Genius Hour - complete with a Teacher Pack and Student PowerPoint.

How do you individualize instruction in your classroom and allow students to pursue their interests? Middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed the types of individualized learning they use in their classroom: project based learning, Genius Hour, and 20% time, and how they got started and introduced it to students. Teachers also shared past PBL units, final products, successes and obstacles. Read through the chat for ideas to implement in your own classroom.