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Math pennants are a fun way to show off student work
Kids love it when their work is displayed, and what's better than combining that student work with classroom decor? There are over 100 math pennants in this post that combine showing off student work with math classroom decor, like this set for showing fraction multiplication through the area model. More at scaffoldedmath.com
Guide to Attacking Word Problems
Word problems don't all fit into the same neat little box. There is no one graphic organizer or online math word problems solver that works well for all word problems. Each word problem is completely unique. This has always felt so incredibly messy to me when it comes to teaching word problems.
5th Grade Math Word Wall
This 5th grade math word wall now comes in both print and digital. The digital version is in Google Slides and is perfect for distance learning. You can print the color or black and white word wall *both are included) for your classroom and use the digital in class, even when your students are back in person. This 5th grade word wall is a super versatile resource for teaching and reinforcing 5th grade math vocabulary and concepts.
Line Plots Digital Math Escape Room
An engaging digital escape room for analyzing the data presented in line plots. Students must unlock 5 locks by answering questions about 5 different line plots. Questions are grouped 4 per puzzle, resulting in five 4-letter codes that will unlock all 5 locks. Questions types include: The entire escape room is housed in one Google Form. There are no links to outside websites. Student data will be viewable from the "Responses" tab on your Google Form.
Coordinate Plane QUADRANT 1 Digital Math Escape Room
This engaging digital math escape room activity covers 5th grade math common core standard 5.G.A.1. It is an introduction to the coordinate plane's Quadrant 1. Students identify coordinates on the coordinate plane, then type a code to break out of the escape room! All puzzles are ouses in just one Google Form with no outside links, making this math escape room easy to implement.