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This poster helps to show students when to use pictures and tools and how they can progress from concrete to abstract.









Word problems are tricky for everyone. Here's a fun way for students to remember each step:


Here's an example of DEAL below:







Here's an example of a graphic organizer that helps students analyze and then track their progress on assessments.

Here's an example of a GOAL think sheet that students use after analyzing assessment data. Students choose 2 strengths and 2 areas of improvement.




TRY USING BLACKLIGHTS: 

 


TRY USING 3D: 
 
https://sites.google.com/site/teachermrheath/home/mr-heath-s-blog-page



 
YOUTUBE is also a great way to add fun to math learning! Kids love music videos!  There are TONS of awesome and creative songs out there created by very talented educators.  I have collected/created/adapted a few songs myself.
Here are some of my students' favorites:
 

AREA OF TRIANGLE

MARIO FRACTIONS

 If you are interested in more songs, here's my Youtube channel:
 



 
These are a fantastic collection of links that do everything from
creating leveled activities to making assessments. These enrich curriculum and state standards by differientiating lessons
and helping to track student data.
 
 
(A COMPLETE LIST OF ALL STANDARDS EASY TO READ!)
 
 
(GENERATE YOUR OWN WORKSHEETS)
 
 
(EVERY SKILL AND LEVEL ALREADY CREATED:
NEED A WORKSHEET OR MORE PRACTICES? IT'S HERE!)
 
 
(YOU ENTER IN A MESSAGE AND THIS SITE CREATES A PUZZLE FOR YOU!)
 
 
(MAKE QUICK AND EASY QUIZZES FOR STUDENTS TO DO ONLINE.
THIS SITE EVEN GIVES YOU A DETAILED RESULTS PAGE LIKE SCHOOLCITY)
 
(GENERATE MORE MATH WORKSHEETS AND PRACTICES)




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 I created/used/adapted/shared the resources below as supplemental materials to accompany the state standards and district curriculum. I do not claim to own all copyrights to images. I do not 'sell' these materials. I use them for educational purposes and share these ideas for free.

Disclaimer: I do not own the rights to all of the images depicted on the materials I use.  These images are gathered from different locations.  I created materials that are a combination of images, videos and audio that I do not claim to own.  I do not own the rights nor do I make profit from any of these materials.  I use it for educational purposes only.  I use Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia- which means that I use these images, audio and video for educational purposes and do not make a profit of any kind from its contents-the owners of the copyrighted images are listed below.  I do not sell these materials- I share them for no profit.