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Your kids will get their first peek at the process of creating a budget! Kids love having choices, and this project gives them the choices they want! Throughout this project, they get to choose their career, car, and house. Their choices may be limited depending on the salary they get with their career. During this high-interest activity, kids will practice percentages and decimal operations (multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction). \$ #dollardeals15

Teaching Students How to Justify Answers in Math - Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

Blog post...when students forget they are doing math! Great problem solving experiences are SO important for students!

Multiplication Properties Anchor Chart by Mrs. P, for fourth or fifth grade math. Commutative, Associative (my favorite), Distributive, Identity, and Zero Properties.

*** I updated these posters and put them on sale to celebrate. 50% OFF! *** I love these posters for two reasons! 1) The illustrations help students understand sixth grade math concepts like ratios and proportions, number sense, fractions, expressions and equations, geometry, and statistics. 2) The bundle has EVERY sixth grade math concept in one small file that I'll never LOSE! Way easier to keep track of than anchor charts!:

Dropping Math? Say Good bye to 82 Jobs And the funny thing is, they're trying to make a point, but I'd be miserable in every single one of these professions.

This is a fun, engaging March Madness-themed math review packet. The activities include finding area, comparing fractions and decimals, all operations with decimals, and converting between fractions, decimals, and percents. It's great for any 4th or 5th grade standardized test prep with all CCSS aligned concepts. Mike's Math Mall - \$

Math Workshop- this teacher explains exactly how she conducts her guided math lessons in her third grade classroom. (extremely informative post that includes a FREEBIE!)

Bring 7th grade math vocabulary to life with these easy-to-use word wall cards. The illustrations help students understand seventh grade math concepts like ratios and proportions, the number system, expressions and equations, geometry, and statistics. The color coding makes it easy to stay organized and identify the different domains, even from a distance.~

This project puts students into the real life situation of balancing a checkbook, paying bills on a set budget and determining the importance of certain luxuries, as well as saving for unexpected emergencies. While working on problem solving and creative thinking, students also work on division, addition, subtraction and estimation. A simple grading rubric has been built in to give students guidance and feedback. All for just \$4.50.

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