Math Review Challenge: An Engaging Kahoot Activity

Over the summer, I attended a conference designed for integrating technology into daily instruction.  I love learning and discovering new ideas to implement in my classroom.  One of the ideas that I have used often this year is Kahoot!  I even shared the above image on Facebook and Instagram, and had so many people commented on their love of Kahoot! Math Review Challenge: An Engaging Kahoot Activity After Fall Break this year, we returned to a short week of only three school days.  I am totally a routine kinda girl, but I also love to use these “weird” weeks for…

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Easy as Pi! :)

Do you ever get really ambitious and have a long list of things that you want to do but just don’t have the time to make it actually happen?  I do!  In my head, it is all totally possible.  BUUUUUT, in the end, I just don’t have enough hours in the day.  To make my life easy as pie, I created a pack of spring printables.  And let me tell you, they have really saved my butt this week!  ๐Ÿ™‚ This fun activity requires ZERO prep, yet allows students to practice finding missing angles of triangles.  My kids loved being able…

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Solve & Turn FREEBIE!

I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for new games to engage my students and practice various skills.  Several months ago, I had a last minute schedule change and needed a random little time filler.  My best ideas come to me when I am not planning ahead and am flying by the seat of my pants.  Anyone else feel the same?  Well, on this random day, I made up a game that my kids LOVED!  Earlier this week, one of my kids asked why we hadn’t played that game in a while.  To be honest, I had…

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Create-a-Graph Scavenger Hunt Freebie!

By the fifth grade, I’ve noticed that although they have worked on graphing for many years in prior grades, they still need help and plenty of practice with answering questions correctly about data as well as vocabulary associated with graphing. Today, my students and I created our own scavenger hunt by each making our own double-bar graphs.  We discussed giving your graph a title, labeling each axis, and creating reasonable intervals.  I allowed them to choose a topic for their graph based on their own interests.  I am not really sure who loved this activity more….them or me!  Their creativity…

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