Open-ended Math Questions, Grades 3-5: Number Forms and Fractions from MaryKayKane from MaryKayKane on TeachersNotebook.com (20 pages) - Students sharpen their fraction critical thinking skills to generate solutions to Pizza Problems. Students engage in "number talks" as they collaborate to create and solve mixed number story problems.
Math Thoughts and Talks: What Doesn't Belong?
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The Math Workout! Tired of boring math drills? Do your students need a brain break? Try a Math Workout! Math Workout combines skills practice, movement, and 21st century interactions. This nine page packet contains four different activities.
Math Workout: Fractions, Decimals, and Mixed Numbers
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Open-Ended Math Questions: Numbers, Number Forms and Skip Counting Help Janina and Jill plot their favorite numbers on a number line! Your students will sharpen their problem solving skills when they create story problems for
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