Do your students need more practice with exponents? Then try this Exponents Magic Square Puzzle! It's a great game that will keep students engaged, thinking, and learning! It's perfect for 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade students. $

integers, absolute value, zero pairs; This foldable would have to be created. Pictures are available on this link of the inside and outside. I like the idea behind this. Aligned to NS.6.

YES! Love this visual representation of Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of Ten. Free "place value sliders" that students can use to help visualize and understand the concept.

Try this fun and novel way for students to practice adding positive and negative numbers: a maze!! Directions: Students begin at the box under the large "start

Teaching area is engaging and authentic with this hands-on applied math activity! Students arrange furniture to find the area and perimeter of their house.