Linear Measurement: History and Supplemental Activities

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Engage your students in properties of multiplication practice with this set of 32 task cards. Students work to identify which of five multiplication properties the problem is demonstrating: Commutative Associative Distributive Identity Zero

Properties of Multiplication Task Cards - Solve!

Properties of Multiplication Task Cards - Solve!

This delightful math game will reinforce the "counting on" addition strategy. It can be played whole group in the form of a scoot game or for additional mileage, use it with dri-erase markers with your RTI instruction. Your students can also play the game in math centers.

Engage your students in multiplication practice with this set of 28 task cards. Students can use multiple strategies to solve two digit multiples of 10 times a single digit.This task card set is really like purchasing multiple activities, because task cards are one of the most versatile activities in today's classrooms.

Engage your students in place value practice with this set of 32 task cards. Students answer questions in four categories:1) Identify the value of a digit in a number: cards 1-8.2) Determine place value of a digit in a number: cards 9-16.3) Write numbers using words: cards 17-24.4) Write numbers using digits: cards 25-32.Create extra problems for each type with included blank cards53 pages includes 32 task cards, 32 answer cards, 16 blank cards, student recording sheets, and answer keys.

Practice tens and ones place value with this fun Dinosaur themed board game.Use as a small group activity or works great as a center.

Motivate your students to practice math skills on IXL with these fun charts. As students complete each skill, they can draw a picture or place a sticker in the corresponding circle on the chart, and then store their charts in a folder or binder to see the progress they have made.Included in this kit are charts for each 3rd grade IXL category (addition, subtraction, division, division skill builders, etc.) and a tracking sheet for the teacher.

Motivate your students to practice math skills on IXL with these fun charts. As students complete each skill, they can draw a picture or place a sticker in the corresponding circle on the chart, and then store their charts in a folder or binder to see the progress they have made.

Motivate your students to practice math skills on IXL with these fun charts. As students complete each skill, they can draw a picture or place a sticker in the corresponding circle on the chart, and then store their charts in a folder or binder to see the progress they have made.