Rachel Johnston
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This game will have your students finding the percent of a number as they travel around the mathopoly board (similar to monopoly)purchasing deeds t.

Maths help: What is a percentage? How do you work out a percent of a number? Percent = out of a 100

Fractions Decimals and Percents puzzles!! - If you put it on a clear plastic square, the picture on the back will be complete. (I guess I would need 2 pieces of plastic for each puzzle, solve on one side sandwich with second piece, and flip!)

Fractions Decimals and Percents puzzles!! - If you put it on a clear plastic square, the picture on the back will be complete. (I guess I would need 2 pieces of plastic for each puzzle, solve on one side sandwich with second piece, and flip!)

Free - 11 pages - Multiplication Flash Cards 2 different sizes. The smaller size I run on card stock for my students 2 pages. The larger size takes 9 pa...

Free - 11 pages - Multiplication Flash Cards 2 different sizes. The smaller size I run on card stock for my students 2 pages. The larger size takes 9 pa...

There are many benefits to using the triangle flash cards: • They reinforce the concept of related facts. • They reinforce the commutative property. (2x3=6 and 3x2=6) • They enhance understanding of multiplication and division being inverse operations. • They make learning division facts MUCH easier and faster. • Multiplication and Division Triangle may be used for: ♥ Individual Use ♥ Small Group ♥ Entire Class ♥ Homework

There are many benefits to using the triangle flash cards: • They reinforce the concept of related facts. • They reinforce the commutative property. (2x3=6 and 3x2=6) • They enhance understanding of multiplication and division being inverse operations. • They make learning division facts MUCH easier and faster. • Multiplication and Division Triangle may be used for: ♥ Individual Use ♥ Small Group ♥ Entire Class ♥ Homework

Love this post - so many great links for teaching beginning division (a book list too!)

Love this post - so many great links for teaching beginning division (a book list too!)