Monday, October 23, 2017

November NO PREP Math Packet - 5th Grade

Do you need some quick and fun Math review for November?

There is a packet that your students will enjoy doing! With puzzles and activities that review all 4th grade and beginning 5th grade skills. This is one packet that is great for morning work, classwork, or fast finishers to name a few.


Topics Covered:
Adding Decimals
Subtracting Decimals
Multiplying Decimals
Dividing Decimals


This is a great packet for review, practice, or whenever you have a substitute teacher in your room for the month of November! Students enjoy the puzzles and activities and don't realize that they're doing Math.

Happy Teaching!

November NO PREP Math Packet - 4th Grade

Do you need some quick and fun Math review for November?

There is a packet that your students will enjoy doing! With puzzles and activities that review all 3rd grade and beginning 4th grade skills. This is one packet that is great for morning work, classwork, or fast finishers to name a few.


Topics Covered:
Addition
Subtraction
Multiplication
Division
Displaying Data with Pictographs
Comparing Fractions
Adding & Subtracting Time
Area of Unit Squares


This is a great packet for review, practice, or whenever you have a substitute teacher in your room for the month of November! Students enjoy the puzzles and activities and don't realize that they're doing Math.

Happy Teaching!

November NO PREP Math Packet - 3rd Grade

Do you need some quick and fun Math review for November?

There is a packet that your students will enjoy doing! With puzzles and activities that review all 2nd grade and beginning 3rd grade skills. This is one packet that is great for morning work, classwork, or fast finishers to name a few.


Topics Covered:
Addition
Subtraction
Multiplication
Displaying Data with Pictographs
Adding & Subtracting Time
Measurement


This is a great packet for review, practice, or whenever you have a substitute teacher in your room for the month of November! Students enjoy the puzzles and activities and don't realize that they're doing Math.

Happy Teaching!

November Interactive Math Notebook Activities for Kindergarten

Are you ready for November Math?

Do you need some Math Activities for your Kindergarten students to practice skills with?

This is a great activity to engage students in cutting, pasting, and actively using their Math skills to complete these Interactive Math Notebook activities. They are great for Math Journals or Math Interactive Notebooks. My son loves doing these and practicing his Math skills with his notebook.

Simply PRINT, & GO! These activities are great for practice and review. 

After the activities are completed, we go back and review previous skills practiced. 

The only materials needed are a pencil, glue stick, and scissors.
You can print in Color or Black & White. 

 This November Interactive Math Notebook Packet includes Skills: 
✔Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5
✔Compare Numbers To 5
✔Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9
✔Represent, Count, and Write Numbers to 10


Always going back and reviewing past student work is great not only for review, but it also allows time for students to take pride and ownership in their work. We often forget what we have done or know, and this is a great way to SHOW students what they know and refresh their memories. 

There are many different ways that you can use Math Journals or Interactive Notebooks to enrich your students' curriculum. These activities can supplement any Kindergarten curriculum. You can use them for classwork, homework, morning work, substitute work, and there are many more teachers have used these for. 

✔Common Core State Standards Covered in November:
CCSS.Math.Content.K.OA.A.3Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (e.g., 5 = 2 + 3 and 5 = 4 + 1).
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.A.3Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.B.4Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.B.5Count to answer "how many?" questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.C.6Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies.1
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.C.7Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numerals.



This November Interactive Math Notebook FEATURES:
✔50 Pages of November Math Activities in Color
✔50 Pages of November Math Activities in Black & White
✔Skills Reviewed: Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5
✔Skills Reviewed: Compare Numbers To 5
✔Skills Reviewed: Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9
✔Skills Reviewed: Represent, Count, and Write Numbers to 10
✔Fun November activities centered on reviewing Common Core State Standards
✔Packed with common core math problems for review and practice
✔Lots of coloring fun. A MUST: Using a set of crayons or markers.

These interactive notebook activities are intended to help students understand how to decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, write numbers from 0 to 20, understand the relationships between numbers and quantities, count “how many?”, identify whether the number of objects is greater than, less than, or equal to, and compare two numbers between 1 and 10. I hope your students enjoy learning with their Interactive Math Notebooks too.

Happy Teaching!

Friday, October 20, 2017

Card Sort Activity Lessons and Cut & Paste Math Activities Bundle Grade 6


A GROWING bundle of 6th Grade Card Sort Activity Lessons and Cut & Paste Activities!
This bundle is already huge! Over 200 pages of interactive grade 6 mathematics concept development that you can just print and use with your students! All Card Sort Lesson Plan activities include card sort lesson, cut & paste activities, assessments, and ANSWER KEYS!

This BUNDLE includes:
1. Equivalent Expressions & Variables
2. Writing & Solving Expressions with Exponents
3. Represent & Analyze Relationships with Two Variables
4. Compose & Decompose Triangles and Quadrilaterals
5. Finding Volume of Right Rectangular Prisms
6. Polygons and Distances in a Coordinate Plane
7. Using Nets to Find Surface Area of Rectangles and Triangles
8. Statistical Questions & Distributions of Data Sets Card Sort Activity Lesson
9. Finding the Mean & Deviations of Data Sets
10. Displaying Data on Line Plots, Histograms, and Box Plots
11. Summarizing Numerical Data Sets
Coming Soon:
12. Integers
13. Factors & Multiples
14. Rational Numbers
15. Operations with Fractions
16. Operations with Decimals
17. Representing Ratios and Rates
18. Applying Ratios & Rates
19. Percents
20. Equations and Relationships
21. Area & Polygons
22. Volume

These activities are great to use with all types of students. Engaging all learners to actively look for answers in solving math problems and make sense of grade-level math concepts. All Common Core State Standards are covered in this bundle, which makes it easy to print and go at any time with your students! I hope your students all these cut & paste activities, assessments, and extension activities included too.

Happy Teaching!

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Halloween Elementary Math Activities and Games BUNDLE

Are you looking for a Halloween Math Activity?

Would you like to engage your students with a Halloween Math Game?

If you said YES, there are six different activities and games for your students to have fun with a Halloween theme this October. These Elementary Math Activities and Games are NO PREP and ready to keep your third, fourth, and fifth graders engaged! Each game focuses on different Mathematical concepts with a Halloween theme. Students can play these game with 1 to 4 Players. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.




THIS HALLOWEEN ELEMENTARY MATH ACTIVITIES & GAMES BUNDLE FEATURES:





*Halloween Multiplication Array Activity

*Common Core State Standards addressed with math problems for review and practice

*HIGH QUALITY CLIPART is included

*Topics covered:
-Multiplication 1-Digit Numbers
-Multiplication 2-Digit Numbers
-Division 2-Digit Numbers
-Graphing on a Coordinate Plane
-Multiplication Arrays
-Adding & Subtracting Decimals

Engaging your students in fun Math in October is a great way to get them hooked on learning in your classroom. This is a great opportunity for your students to enjoy learning through different activities and games with a Halloween theme. Students are always going to remember their teacher  with the memories made around the holidays and how you incorporated them into the classroom. My students always said these holiday activities were their favorite. Just having some fun with M&M's can help students make Math connections with multiplication.

Happy Teaching! 

Monday, October 16, 2017

Teaching Expressions and Equations {Grade 7}

Are you getting ready to teach Expressions and Equations to your students?

If you said YES, there are lots of different ways that you can approach the subject in a meaningful way to bring your students' conceptual knowledge to mastery. My favorites ways to introduce the concept of Expressions and Equations are with Card Sort Activity Lessons. I first give the pre-assessment, then do the Card Sort activity with the class. (I save the assessment data for data meetings or conferences). The Card Sort activities are cut & paste. The students have to figure out how the pieces go together, if something is missing that they have to conclude to solve, and then prove to the teacher (me) how they solved the problems. After a successful Card Sort Activity Lesson, the extension activity can be used to further learning or just end with the Post Assessment to see what the students learned from the activity. This is a great way to assess and engage ALL students in your classroom!

The next activity that gets students thinking is their Interactive Notebook activities. Laying the groundwork for what are expressions and equations? Having the students interact with the concepts and write about it in their notebooks. Practicing and applying is a big piece of what Interactive Math Notebooks are about. Students are creating and showing their knowledge of the concepts in their Notebooks and building upon prior Math knowledge.

Then after some time going over the concepts, use the Math Stations activity as reinforcement for the Math and review for those who have mastered the concepts. It's easy to help keep the students on task with the 7 different station cards by using groups of 2-4 students. Simply PRINT & GO! These Math stations are easy to implement and facilitate in the classroom. Students LOVE Math stations and keep them busy and engaged the entire time. This usually takes 1-2 days to complete depending on the schedule. Math Stations are great to have students practice the Math and extend their learning.

This math station activity is intended to help students understand how to apply properties of operations as strategies to add, subtract, factor, and expand linear expressions. Students will use variables to represent quantities in a real-world mathematical problem, construct simple equations, and solve word problems leading to equations and compare algebraic solutions.

Included are:
-7 different stations to engage students
-Teacher facilitated activity for 60-90 minutes of classroom time
-Stations include:
1. Vocabulary
2. Technology (Need classroom computers & internet access to ixl.com)
3. Practice of Expressions & Equations
4. Additional Practice of Expressions & Equations
5. Real World applications of Expressions & Equations
6. Word problems of Expressions & Equations
7. Teacher Station
-Student Station Guide helps students record their answers
-Blank Student Station Guide for students to record their answers
-Student Station Guide helps students record their answers
-ALL ANSWER KEYS included


These interactive notebook activities are intended to help students understand how to apply properties of operations as strategies to add, subtract, factor, and expand linear expressions. Students will use variables to represent quantities in a real-world mathematical problem, construct simple equations, and solve word problems leading to equations and compare algebraic solutions.

Included are:
-4 different Expressions & Equations activities to engage students
-Teacher facilitated activity for 60-90 minutes of classroom time
-Activities include: Vocabulary, Simplifying Algebraic Expressions, Solving One-Step Equations and Solving Two-Step Equations
-Examples of Completed Interactive Math Notebook Activities are included


This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to apply properties of operations as strategies to add, subtract, factor, and expand linear expressions, and understand that rewriting an expression in different forms in a problem context can shed light on the problem and how the quantities in it are related.
Included in this lesson are:
-one formative assessment (pre-test) task
-card sort activity with concept development of variables and expressions
-one extension activity for students to deepen their conception of expressions
-one summative assessment (post-test) task
-answer keys for all the assessments and activities
-how the lesson is tied to common core and mathematical practices

I hope these activities for Expressions and Equations are helpful in your classroom too. Remember to keep your students at the center of your lessons and watch them shine!

Happy Teaching!

Friday, October 13, 2017

8th Grade Interactive Math Notebook (Common Core State Standards)


This Middle School Interactive Math Notebook Bundle is a COMPLETE BUNDLE covering ALL 8th grade Common Core Standards! Getting your students to be engaged in your Math class has never been easier. All the pages are easy Print & GO! When you facilitate the learning process with the Interactive Math Notebook for your students you will see an increase in learning gains. Students will enjoy using their Interactive Notebooks and take pride in their work. When your students take pride in their work, they will enjoy doing the Math and own their learning process.


The best way for students to learn is by doing. This Interactive Math Notebook actively creates a space for students to write, explain, practice, and apply the 8th grade Math concepts. Every standard is covered in this notebook, taking the guess work out of what to teach and review. Just print what pages your students need to be successful and complete them in their notebooks.

Included are the following Interactive Math Notebooks Activities:
Middle School Interactive Math Notebook 101 Guide
Interactive Math Notebook: Real Numbers {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Exponents & Scientific Notation {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Proportional Relationships {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Non-Proportional Relationships {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Writing Linear Equations {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Functions {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Linear Equations {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Solving Systems of Linear Equations {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Transformations & Congruence {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Transformations & Similarity {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Angle Relationships in Triangles & Parallel Lines {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: The Pythagorean Theorem {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Volume {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Scatter Plots {Grade 8}
Interactive Math Notebook: Two-Way Tables {Grade 8}

Interactive Math Notebooks are a tool for students to create on their own. Students can take notes, highlight, and circle Math concepts that are important for them to know. Tips and tools for using Interactive Math Notebooks in Middle School are included in the Middle School Interactive Math Notebook 101 Guide. This resource is for you to implement Math notebooks and be successful! There are rubrics, and grading resources for your students. Pieces of organization and helpful information on implementing notebooks. All the tools are in this guide for you to increase your students' knowledge of 8th grade Math.

What other teachers have said: 

"My students love it!" -Judy 

"Can't wait to use the INB this year!!!" - Christa

"Great Resource!" -Michelle 

"LOVE this!" -Karen 

"I really like this bundle. It has given me a great start for my upcoming year." -Karyn 


I hope this is a success in your classroom too!

Happy Teaching!

Thursday, October 12, 2017

7th Grade Interactive Math Notebook (Common Core State Standards)



Are you looking to ENGAGE your students in your classroom?

Do you want your students to master ALL the Common Core State Standards?

Do you want a student centered notebook for you to help students make connections with the math concepts?
If you said YES, I would like to have a notebook to scaffold information, aide in my instruction, and get all students to a level of mastery in Math there is a GREAT resource for your students!

This Middle School Interactive Math Notebook Bundle is a COMPLETE BUNDLE covering ALL 7th grade Common Core Standards! It is a comprehensive resource to help your students review, practice, and apply all 7th grade Math concepts. Your students will master the content and be able to pass the End of Course exam. My students loved their INBs and took such great pride in them! This is truly the best way to keep all of their material in one spot and let them refer to it throughout the year. 

Included are the following Interactive Math Notebooks Activities:
Middle School Interactive Math Notebook 101 Guide
Interactive Math Notebook: Adding & Subtracting Integers {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Multiplying & Dividing Integers {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Rational Numbers {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Rates and Proportionality {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Proportions and Percents {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Expressions & Equations {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Inequalities {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Modeling Geometric Figures {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Circumference, Area, and Volume {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Random Samples & Populations {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Analyzing & Comparing Data {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Experimental Probability {Grade 7}
Interactive Math Notebook: Theoretical Probability & Simulations {Grade 7}


This tool can be a success in your classroom too. Engaging students in actively participating in Math with clear directions and resources to guide them through the Math. This Interactive Math Notebook makes it easy to PRINT & GO, just facilitate the learning process and your students' potential is ENDLESS!

Happy Teaching!

October Interactive Math Notebook Activities for Kindergarten



My son absolutely loves his Interactive Notebook. We do lots of fun and engaging activities in the journal to interact with the concepts. We go back and review from the previous day what we learned and I ask him to repeat his answers to me as a summative assessment of his work. Here are some of the questions I ask him:
-How many does the (person/thing) have?
-Count to this number.
-Which is the greater number?
-Which is the smaller number?
-Which one is more?
-Which one is less?
-Tell me one thing you know from this page.
-What did you learn today?
If he's not quite sure we review it again the next and pull out an additional activity with that standard. There are over 50 pages of October Math in this packet. Helping students review, practice, and apply math concepts is key in building number sense skills. This packet is to help your students become more fluent in number sense with numbers 0-9. You can easily adapt this to any math journal or math interactive notebook already established. Your students will be engaged and learning which will help them retain the information for test time. You can easily facilitate this every day or a couple days a week during October. All your students will need is a glue stick, pencil, and scissors. Simply print in black and white or color and have them apply their number base ten skills. I know this can be a success in your classroom too!

Happy Teaching!

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

6th Grade Interactive Math Notebook (Common Core State Standards)



This Middle School Interactive Math Notebook Bundle is a COMPLETE BUNDLE covering ALL 6th grade Common Core Standards!

This is a student-centered and student created NOTEBOOK! All the teacher has to do is facilitate the learning process. All of the pages have clearly written directions for the students to follow. Simply PRINT & GO with this Notebook Bundle. 


What are other teachers saying about this 6th Grade Math Interactive Notebook? 

"This is a time saver! Love this!" -Destiny L. 

"Comprehensive and well organized." -Juana A. 

"Wow, this is a great resource. My students love their INB." -Lenore P. 

"This...is...AWESOME!!!!" -6th Grade Teacher

"I used the factors and multiple INB last week. The kids enjoyed it and were all engaged. I am excited to use the rest of the notebook this year." -Sherri A. 

"What a great resource!" -6th Grade Teacher

"I love this! This will make my job so much easier! Thank you." -6th Grade Teacher

"It's great, just what I was looking for." -Jodi Z. 

"So excited to find this. Great layout of material." -Shy S. 

"Great resource." -Rebecca Y.

"Easy to use!" -6th Grade Teacher


Included are the following Interactive Math Notebooks Activities:
*Grade 6:
Middle School Interactive Math Notebook 101 Guide
Interactive Math Notebook: Integers {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Factors & Multiples {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Rational Numbers {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Operations with Fractions {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Operations with Decimals {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Representing Rates & Ratios {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Applying Rates & Ratios {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Percents {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Equivalent Numerical Expressions {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Equivalent Algebraic Expressions {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Equations & Relationships {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Relationships in Two Variables {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Distance & Area in the Coordinate Plane {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Area & Polygons {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Surface Area & Volume of Solids {Grade 6}
Interactive Math Notebook: Displaying, Analyzing, & Summarizing Data {Grade 6}

All of the Common Core State Standards are addressed in this Interactive Math Notebook. This is a student centered notebook, where they are the ones taking ownership of their notebook, making it their own, taking ownership of their learning process, and mastering all the 6th grade Math concepts. It was created with students in mind. What makes it work is the student taking ownership of their learning process. Students love to create and make their Interactive Math Notebooks. I have experienced great learning gains and scores by using Interactive Math Notebooks with my students.
I hope that this is a wonderful resource for your classroom too!

Happy Teaching!

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

October WRITE THE ROOM with Math {Grade 6}


Are you looking for fun October writing?

Would you like to incorporate writing in your Math Stations?

If you said YES, there is a new resource to help your students read and write Math more! This is one of my favorites for October. 


Get students moving, talking, and writing Math Vocabulary in your classroom with this set of 6th Grade Math Vocabulary Sentences. The purpose of this resource is to help students with increasing their mathematics vocabulary. Students write the Math sentences on their paper with scaffolded practice. Students are provided a list of vocabulary words to use to complete the sentences. Students will be engaged and more confident practicing using math vocabulary. This NO PREP Write the Room vocabulary activity can be a success in your classroom too!      

Included are:
-Directions for setting up
-List of vocabulary words
-2 sets of scaffolded Math vocabulary sentences
-2 sets of Math vocabulary sentences in Color and Black & White for easy printing
-Rubric for EASY grading!
-HIGH QUALITY GRAPHICS included
-Student papers
-6th Grade CCSS aligned
-Monthly Theme of October {Halloween}

This writing activity can be one week or one month long. To keep the writing all month long I recommend the 1st week having the students write the sentences with the words in them, the 2nd week have the students use the scaffolded sentences and figure out from key Math words what the vocabulary terms are, and then weeks 3 & 4 have the students write their own sentences with the Math vocabulary terms. Learning how to WRITE the Math is one strategy for becoming a more fluent and successful Mathematician. Practicing this skill is important and I have a bundle for the whole year if you would like to get your students writing more Math! Click HERE to view and download the Year-Long Bundle!

Happy Teaching!

Monday, October 9, 2017

5th Grade Interactive Math Notebook (Common Core State Standards)



I love to offer GROWING bundles to my TPT followers and this is one you will not want to miss! This Elementary School Interactive Math Notebook Bundle is a GROWING BUNDLE covering ALL 5th grade Common Core Standards. Completion date is set for January 1, 2018.

Included are the following Interactive Math Notebooks Activities:
Elementary Interactive Math Notebook 101 Guide
Interactive Math Notebook: Place Value (Grade 5)
Interactive Math Notebook: Multiplication (Grade 5)
Interactive Math Notebook: Numerical Expressions (Grade 5)
Interactive Math Notebook: Dividing By Whole Numbers (Grade 5)
Interactive Math Notebook: Adding Decimals (Grade 5)
Interactive Math Notebook: Subtracting Decimals (Grade 5)
Coming Soon:
Multiply Decimals
Divide Decimals
Add Fractions with Unlike Denominators
Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators
Multiply Fractions
Divide Fractions
Patterns and Graphing
Convert Units of Measure
Geometry
Volume

I hope this Interactive Math Notebook is a success in your classroom too. When students take ownership of their notebooks and enjoy doing the Math, they will own their learning and master all the Math concepts. I truly believe that Interactive Notebooks when done correctly, have the power to scaffold the learning process for students, make every concept accessible, and help keep the students organized. 

Happy Teaching!

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Halloween Middle School Math Activities & Games

Are you looking for a fun Halloween Math game?

Do you want to incorporate the CCSS Math concepts?

If you said YES, there are six fun review activities for your students to do for Halloween.


These Middle School Math Activities and Games are NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! Each game focuses on different Mathematical concepts with a Halloween theme. Students can play these game with 1 to 4 Players. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.



These Middle School Math Rational Numbers Games are NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! These games focus on using Rational Numbers to find locations on a Coordinate Plane with a Halloween theme. Students play this game with a partner to discover where their partner's zombies and bats are located on the Coordinate Plane. Included are 4 different versions with 1 Quadrant and all 4 Quadrants. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.


This Middle School Math Two-Step Equations Activity is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! These activities are focused on solving two-step equations with a Halloween theme. Students spin the spinners to create spider web equations. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework. 


This Middle School Math Exponents & Scientific Notation Game is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! This game focuses on solving Exponents and Scientific Notation problems with a Halloween theme. Students can play this game with 2 to 4 Players to solve exponents and scientific notation. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.


This Middle School Math Integers Game is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! This game focuses on adding and subtracting Integers with a Halloween theme. Students can play this game as a 2-Player or 4-Player game to solve adding and subtracting integers. Included are 2 different versions with 2-Players game and 4-Players game. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.



This Middle School Math Decimals, Fractions, & Percents Game is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! This game focuses on finding equivalent Decimals, Fractions, and Percents with a Halloween theme. Students can play this game with 2 to 4 Players to solve decimals, fractions, and percents. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.



This Middle School Math Ratios Activity is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! This activity is focused on finding ratios and equivalent ratios with a Halloween theme. Students will need a bag of candy m&m's to participate or you can print the NO PREP bag of m&m's provided. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.



I hope your students get excited about Math during Halloween. I love to share with my students how to incorporate Math into the holiday. Of course the students love the candy, so I always offer it as a reward at the end of class (permitting it is one candy and it is either eaten right then or saved for later at lunch). Engaging students in Halloween Math activities can be rewarding for students to enjoy practicing and reviewing skills. Make it Engaging, Creative, and Fun and the students will be sure not to forget their awesome Math teacher.

Happy Teaching!

Friday, October 6, 2017

$75 TPT GIft Card Giveaway!

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Are there some teacher resources that you need to have for October?

If you said YES, there is a giveaway for you to enter this month!


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