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    Gabrielle Petro
    Gabrielle Petro
    Gabrielle Petro

    Gabrielle Petro

    I know this is supposed to be for a classroom, but I kind of want to do this with our front door. If you laminate the pieces, you could reuse them each year. -- Classroom Door Decorations | Winter classroom door decoration -gingerbread house | Christmas

    Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!

    Nice display idea - make a fraction quilt from squares investigating different ways of making a given fraction

    Parent Teacher Conference Forms {Free Printables} | Living Laughing & Loving

    Cell Bingo Includes: word list, instructions, clue cards, blank bingo board for students to fill in themselves. This bingo game allows students to make their own bingo cards. Like me on facebook: Follow me on Twitter: SuperDave Science Keywords: Middle school fun 7th grade 5th grade common core georgia performance standards cells organelles

    Order of Operations~ A fun game that takes learning this concept beyond the rote memorization of PEMDAS. My students begged to play this again and again!

    Test review game, giving students a chance to move around and double check their responses

    5th grade blog & kids comment on teacher's post---ideas I need to check out for subject area activities

    Great video to teach fractions to decimals to percents.

    This is a fun and challenging bundled unit that your students will love. The bundle includes: Animated, interactive, and engaging PowerPoint, differentiated practice pages - including real-world problem solving, quizzes, notes, etc. Mike's Math Mall $

    M Fraction, Decimal, Percent Conversions - M Company’s claim that 30% of the milk chocolate M in a bag are brown, 20% are red, 20% are yellow, 10% are orange, 10% are green, and 10% are blue. Is this true? How do you prove it? READ HOW TO PLAY HERE: www.mathfilefolde...

    Ancient Mesopotamia - Integrated Art, Social Studues, and Creative Writing Activities!

    SmallWorld: 100 Not-Boring Writing Prompts for Middle- and High Schoolers

    Point of view activity from a possibility of 3 different perspectives. CUTE!

    Sentence frames/starters to provide evidence and explanations. (Common Core)

    Missing work log - makes it easy to tell what students are missing work! Great idea!

    Art project to do for the Middle School Kids... really cool!

    Angry Aztecs from Horrible Histories Magazine FREE online

    Love the folded accordian number line. could do with compare and order fractions! Compare and Order Integers - love these interactive notebooks!

    Crazy Watercolor Leaf | Art Projects for Kids. Crayon, marker and watercolor. artprojectsforkid...

    The word costume is: PHASES (of the MOON), a hula-hoop becomes the support for a Miss Alaineus Vocabulary Parade entry. Free Parade Directions at transform your Halloween Parade and build vocabulary school-wide!

    Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of Ten. Free "place value sliders" that students can use to help visualize and understand the concept. So smart!

    4th grade math worksheets slide show - Worksheets and Activities - Converting fractions to decimals | GreatSchools

    This was the BEST review activity I have ever done! I even overheard a 7th grade boy say, "Wow, this is FUN!" That my friends, is hard to do - especially in math class when we are working on solvi...

    Harry Potter party Activities. Have students create magic charms and write what there charms do in spell book.

    Comparing two famous people with similarities is a great way to teach compare and contrast. Read 5 more strategies on this Upper Elementary Snapshots post.

    This is brilliant for classroom management. I am in love with this and just might go this direction instead of marbles next year!

    Wild about fifth grade: Product Swap - Multiplying and Dividing Decimals

    Healthy 10 Minute Pumpkin Cheesecake Parfaits Recipe -- All time favourite dessert full of antioxidants, fiber and Omega 3 fatty acids.

    Edible animal cell project Circus peanuts- mitochondrion, fruit by the foot- smooth endoplasmic reticulum, sour ribbon- rough endoplasmic reticulum, snoball-nucleus, lemon head- lysosomes, gummy worm-golgi apparatus, twizzler- centrioles, sprinkle-ribosomes, icing to differentiate the membrane and cytoplasm, and cytoskeleton microtubules(dry spaghetti) will be added at presentation along with labels :)

    6th grade math workshop center idea for multiplying or dividing fractions! Students create their own problems by multiplying a fraction die and a fraction card.

    Link to blog post with free ACE templates and complete instructions for implementing the ACE method in your classroom. Can be used for grades 4-8. imlovinlit.blogsp...

    Want a fun, low-prep equivalent fractions game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've put an equivalent fractions twist on the classic "Spoons" game and get your FREE equivalent fractions cards to use at

    This video is a great Introduction to ratios. This would be awesome to use in the classroom. This teacher is making the lesson relatable to the class because they can understand the differences in boys to girls in the classroom. Also, students can also better understand because he is using words and pictures. However, he shouldn't just tell them this off the bat. This is something that the students can explore themselves to construct their own meaning.

    A favorite STEM engineering challenge! This STEM catapult challenge involves engineering, geometry, ratios, critical thinking, and teamwork in an engaging activity your students will love! Using the engineering design process along with math skills, teams of students will build two catapult designs from common materials. Each team will then test at three stations: Distance, Accuracy, and Power. Included are follow-up math problems for enhanced learning.

    Students will work together in groups to answer questions on the card correctly. If they get the question correct, they get a point. They also get a chance to shoot however many baskets the card says. This activity gets all the students moving and working together as a team. It comes with 18 cards that are over ratios, proportions, unit rates, and percents. You do not have to have a basketball and goal to play this game.

    Hot chocolate bar? Uhm yes please! Such a cute idea for a winter wedding