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Hey diddle diddle, the median’s the middle; you add and divide for the mean. The mode is the one that appears the most, and the range is the difference between.

Math Story Problem Types- For the teacher, not for the children: It helps the teacher to choose explicit words to make them build an image of the situation. This document works only when you already master the types of problems: if they can't match the operation needed, it's not because of words but because they lack a mental representation of the situation.

from smedleylearners

### Math confusion

Math confusion.... mean, median, mode, and range

The post also includes a video! Great way to teach 5th Graders how to convert measurements

Rap songs of mean, median, mode and range

Here's a nice handout for students with tips/tricks to remember different multiplication facts.

I had these posted on my walls at the beginning of the year,and I always referenced them. They now do so well at underlining the words and choosing the operation!

how to explain negative numbers so they get it!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

### Mean, Mode, Median, and Range - Poster and Assignments

This file contains a poster to display in your classroom, as well as 9 assignment examples to use in your class while studying mean, mode, median, ...

Very cute for learning median, mode, range, and mean!!

The different types of multiplication problems--This is such an important tool that will help students answer more word problems correctly.

from teachingwithamountainview.com

### Dividing Fractions Anchor Chart, Game Freebie, and Math Journal

Dividing Fractions Anchor Chart, Game Freebie, and Math Journal!

Area and Perimeter...It ALWAYS helps to use food in a lesson!

Here's an anchor chart that uses the Frayer Model to help students with vocabulary.

Kids sort key words that may help them decide whether to add, subtract, divide or multiply when solving word problems. (Free)

Middle School Math Madness!...a middle school math blog about using foldables and interactive notebooks