1 page, 21 questions. This practice sheet reviews: Factors Greatest Common Factors Least Common Multiples Least Common Denominator Mixed Numbers Improper and Equivalent Fractions Happy Teaching!
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2 pages, 12 addition problems eachThese pages are great for students who have difficulty with spacing and lining up their numbers. Unfortunately, the original free printable featured in this post below doesn't seem to be working. Below, I've provided a few other free options to consider as an alternative. Don't wait any longer...head over to Learning's a Hoot to download this free printable! (Unfortunately, the link provided on this page may no longer be working.)
8 activities/assignments
19 pages total, including a personal word wall for writing out numbers Directions Include:
This lesson also includes a 6 page, 20 question Word Problems activity/assessment filled with a variety of questions involving standard form, expanded form, written form and place value.
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MY APOLOGIES!!! This mistake can be found on the matching exercise on page 18 of the Reading and Writing Numbers in Expanded Form, Standard Form and Written Form freebie. Letter D in the document provided the option of 14,000 + 700 + 10 +2, but it should have read: 10,000 + 4000 etc... PROBLEM SOLVED! (pun intended) Make sure you also download the FREE correction link as well!!!
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Reading and Writing Numbers in Expanded Form, Standard Form and Written Form by The Teacher Treasury, LLC. is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialNoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Based on a work at The Teacher Treasury.com. Product Description
This lesson requires students to round 2  5 digit numbers to the nearest Tens, Hundreds and Thousands Place.
Students are also asked to estimate the sum or 3  4 digit numbers. The lesson also includes the following word problems which ask students to round their answers to the nearest Tens Place: 1. The students in Mr. Marshall’s class all have different reading books in their desks. Ahmad has 12, Jackie has 7, Michael has 5, Kendra has 11 and Patricia has 6. Estimate the number of books they have in total. 2. Sarah's father has a huge movie collection. She counted 5,458 movies. About how many movies would you say her father has if you round to the nearest tens place? 3. Mrs. King has 44 students in her class. She has more than any other teacher in the school. Ms. Black comes close with 39 students, but Mr. Anthony only has 27. Estimate the number of students in those three classes. Round your answer to the nearest tens place. 4. There are 365 days in a year. Estimate the number of days in the year to the nearest tens place. This can either be used as a homework assignment, inclass practice, quiz or test. Rounding Numbers and Estimating Sums by The Teacher Treasury, LLC. is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialNoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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1 snack pack of M&M candies (per student) My students ALWAYS love this lesson! I've successfully completed this activity with 2nd, 4th and 5th grade classes. This activity can be done in 8+ Steps. The provided steps include: Step 1: Before you open your bag of M&M candies, guess the total number of M&Ms in the package. Step 2: Open your package and count the total number of M&Ms. Step 3: What fraction represents the number of each color candy in your pack? Step 4: Answer the following questions: 1. Which color M&M represents the largest fraction? 2. Which color M&M represents the smallest fraction? Step 5: Eat one of each color M&M. Step 6: What fraction represents the number of each color candy in your pack? Step 7: Answer the following questions: 3. If you give 2 red M&Ms to your teacher, what fraction of your remaining M&Ms will be RED? 4. Write the fraction that represents the number of M&Ms that are NOT ORANGE? 5. Which color M&M represents the largest fraction? 6. Which color M&M represents the smallest fraction? Step 8: Eat all of your M&Ms. For 2nd graders and SPED classes, the directions were always read aloud and we completed the entire activity together step by step. With smaller 4th and 5th grade classes, I allowed students to complete the entire worksheet on their own as I would go around the room checking on their progress and understanding. With larger classes, I would recommend having students pair up in groups of 2 to complete the assignment together. Each student should still receive their own pack of M&Ms and their own worksheet, but the following additional steps should be taken to ensure that all students understand the concept of fractions, numerators, denominators, etc. > Before students begin, instruct them to STOP and put their pencils down after STEP 3. Once all (or the majority) of the students have completed STEP 3, call on various students and ask them the following questions: 1. What fraction of your M&Ms are (color)? How do you know? 2. Does that color represent the numerator or the denominator? 3. What is a numerator? 4. What does the denominator represent? 5. Which color M&M represents the largest fraction? How do you know? 6. Which color M&M represents the smallest fraction? How do you know? (You could also ask another student: "Is he/she correct?" Before allowing students to complete STEP 4, instruct them to answer the 2 question in STEP 4 and when finished do the following: 1. Put your pencil down, stand up and push in your chair 2. When both you and your partner have completed STEP 4 and are both standing with your chair pushed in, switch seats. 3. Sit down and DO NOT TOUCH your partner's M&Ms. 4. Review their answers in STEP 3 AND STEP 4 by looking at their group of M&Ms 5. Circle any incorrect answers. 6. When both you and your partner are finished reviewing STEP 3 & 4, discuss your incorrect answers. If you disagree on a fraction, raise your hand and ask the teacher to review the work. 7. When you have finished reviewing the answers, put your pencils down, stand up and return to your seat to complete STEPS 57. After students have completed STEP 7, they should repeat the review process after STEP 4. Finally, they can all eat their M&Ms. Hope this helps =) Fun Fractions with M&Ms by The Teacher Treasury, LLC. is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialNoDerivatives 4.0 International License. This download is via Little Minds at Work This freebie sheet is versatile! You can easily use it during whole group independent practice, math interventions, or math centers! See sample sheet for an explanation of each section! FREE BETWEEN 12.5.2013  12.30.2022
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This 5 page mini packet is a 26 question even vs. odd number assessment.
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Have fun! Even vs. Odd Numbers Assessment by The Teacher Treasury, LLC. is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialNoDerivatives 4.0 International License. FREE BETWEEN 12.5.2013  12.20.2022
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Have fun! Christmas Even & Odd Numbers Assessment by The Teacher Treasury, LLC. is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialNoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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This geometry worksheet asks students to draw and identify various shapes, lines and angles including:
Angles, Shapes and Parallel Lines II by The Teacher Treasury, LLC. is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialNoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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Identify the following:
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