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Assessment of 16 math vocabulary words pertaining to the Ratios and Proportional Relationships Domain of the Common Core for 6th grade math. Definitions are provided for each word. Two different assessments check for mastery of the words used in the RP domain. Knowing the definitions of these words will help your students understand test questions better, as well as the concepts themselves. These are great tools to test for simple mastery.

### 6th Grade Math: Vocabulary Assessments for the SP Domain

Assessment of 25 math vocabulary words pertaining to the Statistics and Probability Domain of the Common Core for 6th grade math. Definitions are provided for each word. Three different assessments check for mastery of the words used in the SP domain--matching, word bank, and T/F. Knowing the definitions of these words will help your students understand test questions better, as well as the concepts themselves. These are great tools to test for simple mastery.

FREE Multiplication Magic Square {7/1/2013 ONLY!}

Monopoly is a game familiar to everyone around the world but this version has teachers super excited. This version uses Math strategies to take you around the board. This game is aimed at 7+ years…

Converting decimals can be tricky for students, but with some practice, manipulatives, and visual diagrams, students can internalize this concept.

Daily Word Problems- Can be used for Math Writing in Math Daily 3.

### Math Task Cards: Math Problems and Math Brain Teasers Cards Set C

This collection of Printable Math Problems and Math Brain Teasers Cards from Games 4 Learning contains 66 printable math brain teasers. \$

### Number Lines for Addition & Subtraction

Learning to use an number line to describe and figure out math problems is an essential skill in math.

### MATH DOMINOES - Evaluate Numerical Expressions with Parentheses and Brackets

This game is a fun way for your 5th or 6th grade students to practice simplifying expressions which have parentheses and brackets. \$

Write addition or subtraction facts on the back side of the front of a cereal box. Cut them apart. Students solve the problems. When they flip them over, if the picture is correct, they answered correctly.

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