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Number Tiles is a 26 page booklet containing 15 different math problem solving activities for grades 5-8 that range from addition and multiplication, to primes and composites, to exponent problems, to using the divisibility rules. Students solve the activities by arranging ten number tiles, numbered 0-9. Some of the problems will have just one solution while others have several solutions. Answer keys are included.
MULTIPLY by 1-DIGIT & 2-DIGIT NUMBERS BUNDLE - Includes 20 problem solving graphic organizers, 2 mazes, 2 riddles, 2 coloring activities (over 88 skills practice and real-world word problems). The resources in this bundle are perfect for warm-ups, cooperative learning, spiral review, math centers, assessment prep and homework. Topics: ✔️ Use Place Value to Multiply by 1-Digit and 2-Digit Numbers ✔️ Use Regrouping to Multiply by 1-Digit and 2-Digit Numbers 5th grad
An easy way to try our awesome printable puzzles! These puzzle worksheets are totally self-contained --- just print the pdf and hand out to your students. They analyze the puzzle, solve it and are challenged to explain their answer --- all in an easy-to-use black and white worksheet. #printables #teaching #teacher #teacherspayteachers #commoncore #writing #middleschool #handouts
Are you the kind of teacher who's always looking for new ways to get your middle-school or high-school students engaged and excited about vocabulary? Concerned that they are not having fun as they increase their SAT vocabularies? Well, we put our puzzle-inventing minds up to solving this challenge, and we think we can help.
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Write an informative paragraph while creating a hamburger writing craft! Your students will love using this sandwich analogy to build a better paragraph. As they move through the writing process, kids write topic, detail, and concluding sentences on hamburger parts. They then create more parts for elaboration, word choice, and transitions. Expository writing has never been so much fun.