# Problem set

### Problem solving pencils with reminders for students when working problems.

grade math unit in the spring, collaborate with Hammer!

### I created these lessons to use in my classroom to help guide my math lessons. This is a one lesson preview of the larger pack I have for each module (currently 1-3) for sale on my store! Included in the PowerPoints are:-Objectives and essential questions for most lessons-Selected fluency activities with animations -Application Problem (sometimes changed to fit the concept development)-Select problems from the concept development in a gradual release model for most lessons-Problem set…

Help students develop a growth mindset with this classroom challenge that includes 20 engaging activities. The activities are meant to encourage resilience, hard-work, dedication, and improvement. Teachers set up the "Growth Mindset Classroom Challenge"

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This set of activities is great for kicking off your Algebra I course. The problem sets are based on a map and will help make your back-to-school review, end-of-course review, or substitute work a little more interesting for students. The A option for each problem set includes middle school Pre-Algebra and Geometry concepts and is a great review.

### 2nd Grade Eureka Math Module 6 Topic A Lessons 1 - 4 Extra Problem Sets from Always Schooling on TeachersNotebook.com (18 pages)

UPDATED 7/29/17This is a SMART notebook file that aids in implementing the NYS 5th grade math module. This product contains Module 1 Topics A-F Lessons 1-16. Each lesson includes the recommended fluency activities, application problems, concept development, problem sets, exit tickets, and homework.

Please note: * Also available at a reduced "bundle" price with three other similar resources. Please see Math Problem Bundle 24 full color task cards - 20

These fun open ended mathematics task cards help students develop flexible problem solving skills. I love the vast number of entry and exit points! Students can incorporate different operations.

Do your students consistently argue about pencils in your classroom. Do they magically disappear from one table and reappear on another? I have finally found the solution to the pencil problem for my