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Visual representation is important to students. Get your students excited about math by Using Snapshots of Math Word Problems! This purchase contains word problems for all the 4th grade math standards. Each word problem is applicable for young learners and includes a photo for visual representation.

If you enjoyed my Back to School Journal Cover Freebie, then you will love this complete set of Journals covers for each month of the year! There are 2 designs for each month of the entire year so you can choose one or mix and match.

Multiplying Decimals Scavenger Hunt Math Game. Students can practice multiplying decimals with this "Move Around Math" Scavenger Hunts for 5th and 6th grade students based on common core standard 5NBT.7. It includes 15 task card problems, student pages, and a teacher's answer page. This Scavenger Hunt also includes a Hidden Message puzzle so students have two activities rolled into one review game.

This Brain Bounce math game helps your kiddos practice addition, subtraction, greater than, and less than concepts. This great math game facilitates ELA and math skills for your kids. You can also use these math game cards in a math center or as a Scoot game. Included: -24 Math Game Cards -Directions to Brain Bounce math game -Recording and Answer sheets

This resource contains a 1 page quick assessment for EVERY COMMON CORE MATH STANDARD for 7th grade. It also contains a student checklist for each domain to track your students' mastery of these standards. Additionally, I have included a class tracking sheet to look at all of your students progress at a glance. Includes: Ratios and Proportional Reasoning (7RP), The Number System (7NS), Expressions & Equations (7EE), Geometry (7G), Statistics & Probability (7SP)

Teach students about asking WH questions with this pack. Great for speech therapy and vocabulary development! © Tales From Miss D

Fraction Word Problems for Google Classroom - Are your students having a hard time determining which operation is needed when solving a word problem with fractions? My students can solve the problems when we are working on one particular skill, but when

If you're teaching about the geometric phrases of angles, lines, and rays - you're going to LOVE this differentiated Magic Square Puzzle! It's great for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students, and it's perfect for test prep, review, enrichment, math centers, or early and fast finishers. It's differentiated so you can meet all your students needs! Click through to buy your copy today! $

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