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Third Grade Math
My 6th Grade Math students loved this solving percent problems foldable for their interactive notebook. It was the perfect introduction to teaching finding a percent given a part and a whole. I will definitely be using these notes next time I do my percents, fractions, and decimals unit in my middle school classroom or during test prep and staar prep.
Assessment for multiplication facts was never easier! Mastering fluency takes practice and these free printables (with tracker chart) teach tricks for quick recall! These tests promote growth mindset and take only ten minutes per week. Student-corrected too!
Have you ever been told that you need to be implementing RTI for math? Do you know where to start? This is the reason I created the Standards based progress monitoring. Providing evidence of students learning is crucial. Progress monitoring will allow you to document student growth and make sure that the interventions that you administer are working. Everything you need to assess and track students is provided here.
These are printable cards to be used in decimal learning. The cards include numbers up to four decimal points in both number hand word form. These cards could be used in many ways! Use them as a memory game, to create student pairs for another task or a in a scavenger hunt where students need to find their match hidden around the classroom or school.