" has students create data, collect data, represent data, and interpret data--all with ordinary classroom items in not-so-ordinary ways! Meets common core measurement & data standards, as well as many Standards of Mathematical Practice!
Like the idea of meeting beginning/end of math to discuss, similar to responsive classroom, nice when math class isn't my home base kids.This site has information about setting up Daily 5 Math and some FREEBIES
fraction bingo - students make their own boards. You can take it a step further by calling out addition and subtraction problems, equivalent fractions, percentages, and decimals for students to solve/convert.
My students LOVE doing this activity each spring when we study fractions! All you need is a bag or two of colored marhmallows to share with your students and you have an instant, tasty fraction lesson when you pair it with this worksheet!