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Sticky Learning

A simple way to determine little and big. Place a piece of contact paper stick side up on a window then, draw two circles and label them big and little. Take little and big pom poms and have the children place them in the correct corresponding circles.

Ratios 6th Grade Tape Diagrams

Ratios 6th Grade: Tape Diagram TrioTape diagrams are specifically listed as a way for students to use ratios in the CCSS. Students solve 9 different problems, by finding the matching tape diagram representation and solution. There are 27 total pieces and two fun ways to use them in class.

This anchor chart shows how tape diagrams can help students decide whether to add or subtract when solving word problems. Compliments of Eureka Math writer Colleen Sheeron.