This product is a coloring activity that allows the student to practice multiple step percent problems. They need to find the percent discount, commission, use sales tax and find percent change. It's a wonderful activity that incorporates fun into the classroom! Use it as a quick assessment tool, a homework assignment, or even something for the kids to do after a test.
This is an activity for students to learn the use of decimals in math. This is a fun way for the students to role play being in a restaurant and using addition of decimals. I believe that this lesson creates a hands on experience that students will enjoy and it gives many different options for the students to understand how to add decimals. Amanda Hallberg
THE SKILLS & ACTIVITIES THAT ARE INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE ARE: -Addition to 12 Skeleton Puzzles -Subtraction within 12 Mummy Puzzles -Number Bonds Pumpkin Numbers -Skip Counting Spooky Numbers (skip counting by 10's) -Number Sense Rekenreks Addition -Addition Story Problems October Math (with picture clues) -Place Value Base Ten Blocks Match (2-digit numbers) -Number Order Line Em' Up (numbers 1-20) -Missing Addends Dice and Dots (sums to 12) -Counting to 100 What Is It?
These skip counting task cards are versatile and perfect for October! Your students will have fun counting objects by 2s, 5s and 10s (up to 120) and finding the missing number in a pattern (2s, 5s and 10s). Set up is easy and simple. Just print the task cards on cardstock, cut and laminate for durability. Then, place them in your math stations, post them around the room for a write/count the room station, use them in small groups or place them in your early finisher basket.
These Addition Pumpkin Puzzles are great for fall math centers, Halloween, Thanksgiving, review, early and fast finishers, enrichment, GATE, and critical thinking skills. Any student that needs a lesson in perseverance will benefit from these puzzles. With this fun game format your students will stay engaged while practicing necessary skills! Use them in your first, second, or third grade classroom! 3 puzzles - $ - 1st, 2nd, 3rd grade