My students love these scavenger hunts. I have never seen them so actively engaged and excited about the distributive property. It is self-checking and allowed me to work 1-on-1 with students who needed remediation. Awesome!
A student-friendly version of an Acceptable Use Policy. This example helps students understand what is expected of them in a clear, concise manner, and, also ties into the district's PBIS expectations. This, or something similar, should be hung in each classroom or technology lab around a school as a reminder for students to use technology responsibly.
Connect Four: Simplifying Fractions! This game is for math in the upper elementary and middle school grades. Students must simplify fractions and connect four spaces in a row on their game board. Great way for students to practice simplifying fractions in small groups or as a math center. This game focuses entirely on simplifying fractions.