I am very pleased and excited to share my math lab on Texting While Walking. * Teachers will surely find that the lab is useful in reinforcing lessons on fractions, ratios, percents, and decimals, while at the same time, students learn safety in texting habits. *.
My students totally enjoy doing the following math lab! They invariably find it to be both fun to do as well as informative. They readily relate to discussions within. * Students work with a partner * Students begin by a brief discussion about seed overproduction *
This is an opportunity for students to reinforce and apply newly learned information using this fun, yet practical lab on Functions and Relations. Students may work independently or with a partner rolling a pair of die that represent ordered pairs. The information is then recorded and graphed on a coordinate plane.
Please find before you a bundle that students find to be an exhilarating experience! * Why? * They find it exhilarating, because after going through the lesson and the accompanying activity, they readily understand a simple but confusing concept. *
6th Grade, 7th Grade and 8th Grade Math ERROR ANALYSIS (Find the Error) - Have your students engage in higher order thinking with this math ERROR ANALYSIS activity. Each set includes 10 word problems that are solved incorrectly. Students have to IDENTIFY THE ERROR, provide the CORRECT SOLUTION and share a helpful STRATEGY for solving the problem. All problems are aligned to the common core.
Fractionopoly is a game-based math game that I created help get my students outside, and also have a fun way to integrate fractions, estimation, and integers. I guarentee your students will have fun playing this game just because they get to go outside!
Daily 5: 2nd Edition-Daily 3 Math - My Differentiated Kinder Spin on it