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    Introducing variables with pictures. A way to make algebraic thinking more concrete.

    Mrs. White's 6th Grade Math Blog: HOMEWORK 9/30/13


    Project-based learning: Create a candy store (Fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, graphing, and area. Focuses mostly on 5th Grade Common Core standards)

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    i want this in my classroom!

    classroom collective


    Phone app spinner for the classroom! How cool!

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    Tales of a 6th Grade Classroom: Creating a Community

    Tales of a 6th Grade Classroom: Creating a Community


    It's called the Backwards Zoro. Starting at the bottom, draw a line from the 4 to the 24 (4 goes into 24 six times). Draw the line to the 3 (six times three is 18). Draw the top line and write the answer. Presto! # Pin++ for Pinterest #

    Think * Share * Teach: The Backwards Zorro


    FREE link to my Inequality Memory game included! Blog post about how I have used Equation Memory and Inequality Memory to help my students practice solving equations and inequalities!

    Math in the Middle: Equation and Inequality Memory


    Free Student Reference Chart--When to Use a Comma

    Literacy & Math Ideas: Free--When to Use a Comma Reference Chart


    200 Ways to Say "Went" WORD CHOICE

    200 Ways to Say “Went”


    Matching Owl-Some Order of Operations - Could be a good station

    New Freebie for You- Owl-Some Order of Operations


    Middle School Math Madness!: Combining Like Terms Dice Activity

    Middle School Math Madness!: Combining Like Terms Dice Activity


    Now there is no excuse for students to learn their fractions with fun Cootie Catchers, Flash Cards, and Foldables

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    Ratios- great intro video to show your class before your start teaching about ratios.

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    Percent Proportions Flippable to help students set up Percent Proportions and perfect for Interactive Notebooks

    What a Week… |


    Question tool for getting kids to MATH TALK

    Question tool for getting kids to MATH TALK - T...


    FREE! 6th grade geometry and number sense printable posters/anchor charts/focus walls. The illustrations help students understand mathematical finding area, plotting shapes on the coordinate plane with ordered pairs.

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    Box Plots Made Easy 6th Grade Common Core

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    Vocabulary - Emotions!!!! So good for essays, yooooooooooooooo!

    La rueda de las emociones | Recursos Online


    Prayer for the First Day of School - Teaching is a calling, not a job!

    Teaching Blog Addict: Prayer for the First Day of School


    A nice idea for kids to have on hand to remember the different types of words.

    Minibooks for Reference


    Each and every time I hear someone complain that immigrants don't speak English properly, I think about English grammatical rules such as this... and how many native English speakers right here in the United States don't even know or follow them properly.

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    Why we invert and multiply! Oh wow! Kids so need this! (teachers too!!)

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    Dynamics of Poverty That Undermine School Success - What Schools Can Do About Those Barriers (Part 1).

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    Parent Teacher Conferences can't get any easier! Quick and thorough checklist to give parents for a snapshot of their students progress, behavior and classroom readiness.

    Parent Teacher Conference Student Summary


    Here's a terrific post with a wealth of resources and ideas on teaching perimeter, area, and volume.

    Perimeter, Area, Volume