This packet shows linear functions in four formats - as equations, graphs, tables, and described by their intercepts and slopes.  It contains a worksheet and a mix-n-match version.  As a worksheet, the student is given one of the types of information and is asked to fill in the remainder of the chart.

This packet shows linear functions in four formats - as equations, graphs, tables, and described by their intercepts and slopes. It contains a worksheet and a mix-n-match version. As a worksheet, the student is given one of the types of information and is asked to fill in the remainder of the chart.

Understanding the connection between multiplication and division is not easy--but it CAN be fun!  Check out some of the activities we did to deepen our understanding of division and remainders!

Teaching the Concept of Division and Remainders

Understanding the connection between multiplication and division is not easy--but it CAN be fun! Check out some of the activities we did to deepen our understanding of division and remainders!

After students can compute with long division, they need to know exactly what it is they are computing!  They must be explicitly taught interpreting remainders, and these task cards help them see what to do with each remainder they come across.

Teaching Long Division

After students can compute with long division, they need to know exactly what it is they are computing! They must be explicitly taught interpreting remainders, and these task cards help them see what to do with each remainder they come across.

Goodbye old refrigerator and hello beauty!  DIY Refrigerator makeover Items needed:  -6 ft cedar dog eared fence boards -1/2 inch plywood -Hardware -polyurethane spray can: clear satin 1. Cut plywood to fit on top of frig. 2. Cut fence boards to size and nail to plywood on top of frig, use screws to secure to frig 4. Remove all hardware including water/ice dispenser. 5. Cut remainder of ply wood into 2 inch trim.  6. Attach trim with small nails 7. Spray polyurethane 8. Add hardware.

Goodbye old refrigerator and hello beauty! DIY Refrigerator makeover Items needed: -6 ft cedar dog eared fence boards -1/2 inch plywood -Hardware -polyurethane spray can: clear satin 1. Cut plywood to fit on top of frig. 2. Cut fence boards to size and nail to plywood on top of frig, use screws to secure to frig 4. Remove all hardware including water/ice dispenser. 5. Cut remainder of ply wood into 2 inch trim. 6. Attach trim with small nails 7. Spray polyurethane 8. Add hardware.

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