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Middle School Math Rules!: Foldables

Middle School Math Rules - Ratio, Rate, and Proportion and Measures of Central Tendency [*Make own reference guides for math journal]

Fruit Loop ratios

Fruit Loop Ratios

Active Notetaking in Math [Foldables]: Order of Operations. I like how it shows the symbols for the operations

Active Notetaking in Math [Foldables]: Order of Operations

Walking out a long division problem sounds like a great idea for kinesthetic learners. Could use sidewalk chalk and do it outdoors.                                                                                                                                                      More

Math Processing Breakdowns * The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity -walk and talk through the problem particularly helpful for dyslexic kids.

Do you need resources for Math RtI?  Look no further! Everything you need to implement RtI for Math is right here!  Diagnose, intervene, track, and assess students through every standard.

Do you need resources for Math RtI? Everything you need to implement RtI for Math is right here! Diagnose, intervene, track, and assess students through every standard.

Middle School Math Rules!: Two Foldables-Ratio, Rate, and Proportion and Measures of Central Tendency

Two Foldables-Ratio, Rate, and Proportion and Measures of Central Tendency, maybe add to an interactive math notebook.

Middle School Math Coloring Sheets Bundle.  No more boring worksheets.  High student interest, easy to grade!

Common Core Middle School Math Coloring Sheets Bundle

playing cards for...  range, median, mode

Love this math station. Students use playing cards to find range, median, and mode. Fun and simple activity! Playing cards fanned out in a holder are used to determine range, median, and mode. Have a game similar to this with playing cards.

Chalk Dust & Chocolate Milk: Middle School Math Tutoring Strategies...or How to Keep the Eye Rolls Away

Really Great ideas for filler "sponge" activities: Chalk Dust & Chocolate Milk: Middle School Math Tutoring Strategies.or How to Keep the Eye Rolls Away

This is really the perfect easy and fun activity to start with on the first day.  I get to know way more about my students and they get a break from a day of sitting and listening to teachers bore them with information overload.

Middle School Math Rules - good math site with games and activities. Has a lot of information for guided math at the middle school level.

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