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Want this or something like it (wish I could pin it up in my brain to make everyday math easier, but alas, concrete walls.

Want this or something like it (wish I could pin it up in my brain to make everyday math easier, but alas, concrete walls.

Want a fun, low-prep equivalent fractions game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've put an equivalent fractions twist on the classic "Spoons" game and get your FREE equivalent fractions cards to use at games4gains.com.

Want a fun, low-prep equivalent fractions game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've put an equivalent fractions twist on the classic "Spoons" game and get your FREE equivalent fractions cards to use at games4gains.com.

I had the students create the burger foldable using 4 flaps (each word is its own flap).  Underneath each flap is a sample division problem, with the particular step highlighted.  For example, under "does" there is a full division question and solution, and the division step is highlighted.  We added the steps, words to remember, sample solutions, and a definition to the page.

I had the students create the burger foldable using 4 flaps (each word is its own flap). Underneath each flap is a sample division problem, with the particular step highlighted. For example, under "does" there is a full division question and solution, and the division step is highlighted. We added the steps, words to remember, sample solutions, and a definition to the page.

website with lots of online quizzes for math, reading, etc. Choose whichever grade level you need.

website with lots of online quizzes for math, reading, etc. Choose whichever grade level you need.

Timeouts and Tootsie Rolls: Test Prep strategies I like this one, because it doesn't emphasize the old key word strategy, which in today's standardized testing language might not always work

Timeouts and Tootsie Rolls: Test Prep strategies I like this one, because it doesn't emphasize the old key word strategy, which in today's standardized testing language might not always work

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