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Scaffolded Math and Science: "My New Year Matholution!" math pennant activity to set New Year's resolutions in math class

Goal writing

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Math fails

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Math history's 10 greatest moments! These history tidbits make a great way to engage math students and create cross-curricular learning. 1: Zero 2: A Written Counting System 3: The Development of Inquiry 4: Pythagorean Theorem 5: Euclid 6: Primes and GIMPS 7: Isaac Barrow and Nonviolent Differentiation 8: Infinity 9: Enigma 10: Avoiding Catastrophe with Chaos #mathhistory
Check out these fun and awesome end of year math project ideas for elementary and middle school students (1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade).


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This is a 20 question movie guide to accompany the movie Coco. Topics included: word problems including operations with fractions, finding percents of a number, LCM, volume of rectangular prism, area of rectangles, multiplying decimals, integers in real-world situations, one-step equations, and equivalent fractions.This makes a great Halloween, Day of the Dead, Día de los Muertos, End of the Year activity, Substitute, "filler days", early finisher activity, and anchor activity!
This is a 20 question worksheet that goes along with the movie Moana. Students do not necessarily need to watch the movie to complete the questions. This is a great end of the year "filler", substitute plans, Friday incentive, after testing days activity, Holiday activity, etc. Topics include area of circles, area of rectangles, circumference, Pythagorean theorem, surface area of rectangular prisms, triangle sum theorem, volume of spheres, and angles.
If you are wanting to show a movie in your math class but still want students to do math then this is for you! This is a 20 question movie guide to accompany the movie Frozen. These questions actually follow the movie and use scenes to build the word problems for students to answer. Justify your need for students to watch a movie! Topics include word problems involving volume, Pythagorean theorem, triangle sum theorem, and basic scientific notation.


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Fun math warmups! Two truths and a lie.
If you're making an escape room at home here's a bunch of ideas that will make it a lot more fun. #EscapeRoom #DIY #HomeMade #LockPaperScissors
Are you looking for middle school math (and language arts) games and activities to keep your middle school students engaged? Check out a few in this blog post! #mathgames #math #middleschool


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This is a NO PREP Escape Room using Google Forms! Just hand your students the worksheet, give them the URL on google forms and they're ready to go! Includes: Forty problems including converting fractions, decimals, percents, ordering, and word problems. #Escape Room #Decimals #Fractions #Google Forms #Google Apps #Word Problems #Middle School #6th Grade
Engage and motivate your students with this middle school math escape room bundle. Your upper elementary students will have fun using technology with this low PREP Escape Room! Just print the worksheet, give them the online link, and they're ready to go! This resource includes four comprehensive review lessons including integers, multiplying and dividing decimals and fractions, converting fractions to decimals to percents, and proportions. Answers included. #bundle #escape room #google forms
Unlock the Box! is an engaging escape-room-like math challenge for Christmas, focusing on addition and subtraction with regrouping. Ingrid the Elf has locked a prize inside a box, and students must solve her clues and find the key to unlock the box and earn the prize! Grades 3-5 ($)

Escape rooms

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