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Math Thinking Stems | Editable | Sentence Stems | Say Something | Critical Thinking Stems | Critical Thinking | Dialogue and Discussions | Thinking | Math | Thinking Stems | Whole Class | Small Groups | 2nd - 8th Grades | Super Heroes ThemeDo you have trouble getting your students to think about what they are learning in math?

Here's a fraction word wall file. Includes vocabulary, definitions, and illustrations to be used while teaching fractions. There are also step-by-step illustrations to solve various fraction situations.

61 Cooperative Learning Activities for Algebra I: Robert H. Jenkins: 9780825128660

Teach your students the importance of READING in math class!

Corkboard Connections: Out with Answer Keys - In with QR Codes!

Stations are not just for Elementary School! Middle school students thrive when given the chance to work together and move about the classroom!

Free - This math early finishers and gifted resource is a life saver! It is easily differentiated for any computation, any level, and works for rational and irrational number. It is even low-prep. Students create their own problems for an endless supply of new problems with no prep on your part! Plus...students creating and sharing problems raises the level of Blooms Taxonomy! A free download with endless math challenges for any level?? Yep! You just can't beat that!!

This file contains fraction number talks that can be used as warm-ups to help students conceptually understand fractions. The files follow the progression of fraction development with early fraction sense and end during middle school. The purpose of fraction number talks is to strengthen both conceptual and procedural understanding of fraction relationships along with practice of mental math skill.

Free! These Math Activities With Dice provide great practice for K-2 students! Use these for math centers, workstations, extra practice, or review.

Do you struggle with students who do not read problems thoroughly, or take time to comprehend what they read in your math classroom? I do! This fou...