# Folder compare

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Learn-With-Math-Games.com - This is a great website with resources for all kinds of in class and online math games for every topic.

Clip chart. "Here's the form I sent home each day. This form was in each student's folder. The circle is to be filled with whatever color the student ends the day on. You need 7 colors & maybe a pen to write an explanation for 'parent contact' students. So easy. I made a ton of copies of this at the beginning of the year & replaced it at the beginning of each month. It's very visual & I even let the kids color in their circles the last quarter of the year (with supervision).... they loved…

This chart is what I use each year to track students reading progress throughout the year. It includes Rigby and Fountas & Pinnell levels. I include this with student report cards each period. There are various charts for various grade levels. **NEWLY UPDATED I just added some charts at the end to reflect the new Fountas and Pinnell suggested reading levels.

Included in this FREEBIE is a fraction FlipBook for students. I give this to my students as a reference tool. Build this with your students in one day, have them place it into their math folders for quick reference in the future when they may get stuck or just need a visual representation of a fraction, a fraction number line, or a shaded fraction circle.

Use playing cards to play "Fraction War" - this is a great way to learn fractions!!

Comparing and Ordering Decimals - Interactive Math Journal

Revising vs. Editing - I like the idea of having a visual showing that revising and editing overlap.

This blog post contains a FREE compare and contrast reading activity! Materials…

Paint chips for a color matching file folder game

Ginger Snaps: Reading Interest Survey to use at the beginning of the year