These 24 differentiated Math Talk Cars contain questions and sentence starters to help your students practice communicating their ideas about problem solving. This is a great tool to encourage students to use in a mini lesson, partner time, or during math stations.
It's finally here! Set 2 of the best selling open ended math challenge series! Whether you use for whole class problem solving, enrichment, cooperative learning, or for a student needing something more, these 3 problems are high interest and challenging. Each problem also has an enrichment component! $4.50
Write Real-World Math Problems based on Bar Models - Task Cards
Bar models are a crucial component in the Singapore math pedagogy. They provide a pictorial representation of the part-part-whole concept of large numbers and provide students with a strategy to solve multi- digit addition and subtraction problems, including real-world problems. The task cards included in this product are in alignment with CCSS 2.NBT.7 There are 24 task cards that present a bar model and instruct students to write a real-world math problem based on the model…
Get ready for some holiday fun with my Parts of Speech Mystery Pictures DECEMBER SET #1. Finally, mystery pictures for the older kids. Each of the four pictures includes a mix of different parts of speech practice (Nouns and Verbs) and the words on each page are related to the mystery picture. These pages make great practice pages, center activities and/or homework assignments. ($)
Number Sense FREEBIE!! Using the number in the center (chosen by you or the student), the student writes down 10 different ways to show that number (base 10 blocks, addition sentence, dots, tally marks, number words, multiplication, pictures, etc.)
Mystery Picture #2 Multi-Digit Addition and Subtraction
Do you have a difficult time getting your kids excited about math? I know I do! Have you ever heard, “What do I do now?” I gave this to my 4th graders on a Monday after they had finished their work. After a little while, even my students that don’t like math were asking if they could have a copy of it. Students that HATE homework were asking if they could take it home to finish it. Try Math Mystery #2.