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Greatest Common Factor (GCF) - YouTube

Greatest Common Factor (GCF) - YouTube

Finding both the GCF and LCM (Example Problem) - YouTube

Finding both the GCF and LCM (Example Problem) - YouTube

Math Shorts Episode 5 - Greatest Common Factor - Planet Nutshell

Math Shorts Episode 5 - Greatest Common Factor - Planet Nutshell

How Do You Add Decimals?

How Do You Add Decimals?

Classroom Freebies: Number Charts and Student Printables - Prime and Composite

Number Charts and Student Printables - Prime and Composite

Classroom Freebies: Number Charts and Student Printables - Prime and Composite

Comparing Fractions: Here is a set of 50 common core math task cards (greater than less than) focusing on the common core skill of comparing fractions. A comparing fractions chart is also provided. The student answer keys are grouped into five fractions problems per key to allow for frequent checks and immediate feedback.

Comparing Fractions Task Cards, Comparing Fractions Games & Activities 3rd Grade

Comparing Fractions: Here is a set of 50 common core math task cards (greater than less than) focusing on the common core skill of comparing fractions. A comparing fractions chart is also provided. The student answer keys are grouped into five fractions problems per key to allow for frequent checks and immediate feedback.

How Do You Turn a Mixed Fraction Into an Improper Fraction?

How Do You Turn a Mixed Fraction Into an Improper Fraction?

Over 1,500 video lessons covering Middle Grades Math through Algebra 2.

Over 1,500 video lessons covering Middle Grades Math through Algebra 2.

Introducing Arrays!

Introducing Arrays!

Simplifying fractions is an essential skill for every math student in the fifth grade or higher. Students need continued practice with simplification in order to successfully add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions. Play this game again and again and work towards mastering this important concept.

Fraction Simplification

Simplifying fractions is an essential skill for every math student in the fifth grade or higher. Students need continued practice with simplification in order to successfully add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions. Play this game again and again and work towards mastering this important concept.

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