I used this board to practice PSSA math skills during March and connected it with basketball and March Madness. At the end of each week students shot one basket for each math page they completed correctly. The leader in points each week won a prize. I had 3 pages per student and 1 bonus available each week. The pages were based on the students individual  math levels

I used this board to practice PSSA math skills during March and connected it with basketball and March Madness. At the end of each week students shot one basket for each math page they completed correctly. The leader in points each week won a prize. I had 3 pages per student and 1 bonus available each week. The pages were based on the students individual math levels

St. Patrick's Day Books (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post1437575&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

St. Patrick's Day Books (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post1437575&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

tagxedo ... like wordle, but you choose a shape for your word cloud ... and it's faster than wordle

tagxedo ... like wordle, but you choose a shape for your word cloud ... and it's faster than wordle

Need clarification on how to teach fractions with number lines and incorporate fraction bars? Check out this post. Also included are free  fractional number line activity sheets.

Squashing Fraction Misconceptions

Need clarification on how to teach fractions with number lines and incorporate fraction bars? Check out this post. Also included are free fractional number line activity sheets.

Tic Tac Times for Multiplying Binomials - Students pick 2 factos listed at bottom of the page and multiply.  Place game piece on the product.  First player to get 3 or 4 (you pick the rules) in a row, wins!  For more challenge, each player must use one of the factors just used by their opponent.

Made4Math #5 Polynomial Station Activities

Tic Tac Times for Multiplying Binomials - Students pick 2 factos listed at bottom of the page and multiply. Place game piece on the product. First player to get 3 or 4 (you pick the rules) in a row, wins! For more challenge, each player must use one of the factors just used by their opponent.

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