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Playing On Target! with 4th grade students yesterday inspired me to play with my 6th grade students today. However, my 6th graders’ target number was 10. Players rolled a 0-9 die five times, arranged the digits to create two decimal … Continue reading
On Target! is perfect for practice for any concept, with estimation and strategy thrown in for good measure. In this variation, played with a class of 4th graders, the target was 2500. Players select 4 cards from the deck (1o’s … Continue reading
Yup. Another great activity from a session given at NCTM Baltimore by Jane and John Felling from Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks. The task is easily adaptable by simply increasing (or decreasing) the number of dice to accommodate for whole … Continue reading
Earlier in the year, I used this great activity from Runde’s Room to review prime factorization with my 6th graders. Because of its resounding success the first time around, using the task for my 5th grade advanced class was a … Continue reading
Share and share alike. It’s how we grow as teachers. It’s how I’ve grown over this past year with ideas and activities from my friends in the MTBoS. The free activities on Teachers Pay Teachers have also been a great … Continue reading