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This resource is based on Common Core standards but is also helpful if your curriculum is a variation. You'll get 50-60 student-friendly goals per grade level, color-coded by cluster across 4-8! It's a time-saver for teachers, parents, or anyone else who needs to know which topics are required at each level. Posters are set up as 11-by-17 pages but can also be printed as small reference sheets. ~by Angie Seltzer

Grades 4-8 Math Posters: CCSS Cluster Overview & Goals Checklists

This resource is based on Common Core standards but is also helpful if your curriculum is a variation. You'll get student-friendly goals per grade level, color-coded by cluster across It's a time-saver for teachers, parents, or anyone else who

CCSS PrBL Curriculum Map: Grade 6 The following sample Problem Based Learning (PrBL) curriculum map is modeled after the scope and sequence shown below. Each of the tasks are mapped to the Common Core State Standards and can be found online. Note that this curriculum map only outlines the problem...

CCSS PrBL Curriculum Map: Grade 6 The following sample Problem Based Learning (PrBL) curriculum map is modeled after the scope and sequence shown below. Each of the tasks are mapped to the Common Core State Standards and can be found online. Note that this curriculum map only outlines the problem...

Collaborative Problem-Solving in Math - students maintain individual accountability but also practice collaborative and problem-solving skills in a group

Collaborative Problem-Solving in Math

Are your students writing during math class? Journal response prompts are the IDEAL way to bring closure to your math lessons; quickly check for understanding; and keep your students accountable for articulating their understanding of math concepts. Common Core aligned and a MUST HAVE for any best practice math classroom! $ #wildaboutfifthgrade

Melissa O'Bryan - Wild About Fifth

Are your students writing during math class? Journal response prompts are the IDEAL way to bring closure to your math lessons; quickly check for understanding; and keep your students accountable for articulating their understanding of math concepts.

We have been working on ratios and unit rates for about a week now in 6th grade. They are making me crazy. If I am working a problem my students can tell me exactly what to do. If they come to the boa

The One With Unit Rates (The Classy Teacher)

Real-life Unit Rate Activity for middle school math broken down step-by-step. Reinforces procedure to find the unit rate of three student chosen items from any grocery store advertisement. Students love unit rates because of the relevancy!

I know it’s a *thing* for girls to talk about how much they hate math, and I don’t want to be part of furthering the stereotype that women can’t be mathematicians, but I really, really can’t stand math. I was always a pretty good student, but when it came to math class, I felt doomed no matter what. From the moment I started seventh grade until I graduated high school, math class was my least favorite time of the day.

14 Images With Genius Tips On How To Study Math

Multiplying Decimals Anchor Chart

My Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts

Multiplying Decimals Anchor Chart The steps listed are helpful for students because they can not only see visually, but have a system to help them remember why and how to multiply decimals.

10 Exit Slip Prompts that Will Work for Any Class - Teach 4 the Heart

10 Exit Slip Prompts that Will Work for Any Class

Exit slips, you give students a quick prompt at the end of class (or for elementary, at the end of the day or the end of a subject). Then the students have just a couple minutes to write an answer and turn it in.

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