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Grade 8 Exponent Review Game 48 Questions { Just Print and GO! }

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Grade 8 Exponent Review Game 48 Questions { Just Print and GO! }

Do you want a HASSLE FREE math review Game? If so, you need to try this Teams Games Tournament strategy for reviewing important concepts.  The game has 48 questions dealing with multiplying powers dividing powers power to the power combination questions There are TWO versions included with this resource, one has only positive exponents, and… Continue reading Grade 8 Exponent Review Game 48 Questions { Just Print and GO! }

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Uber Worksheets: Solving Equations {One and Two Step Equations}

Excellent Uber-Worksheets for Solving One and Two Step Equations

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Concept Attainment in Math Education

Developing Conceptual Thinking: The Concept Attainment Model Effective teaching in mathematics requires conceptual learning, inductive thinking, cooperative learning, critical thinking and dialogue in the classroom. The concept attainment model embodies all of these attributes. The following paper will summarize the theory and four phases of concept attainment as outlined in the research article “Developing Conceptual… Continue reading Concept Attainment in Math Education

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Dividing Fractions: For Homeschooling

Fractions – nothing elicits more emotional responses than FRACTIONS! Many students struggle with the operations of fractions, especially Dividing the fractions.  Not only is the division a little involved, but what if there is a mixed number divided by a mixed number.  This, in my opinion, is the most difficult.

The game suggested here, gives students the practice with working with mixed fractions and reduced fractions, 48 questions.  The game can be played with one other person or can be played solo.  Students can check their own answers.  The student uses a deck of playing cards, shuffle the deck and draw one card.  The booklet of questions are grouped by type of card drawn and the student answers the corresponding question from the booklet.  An answer sheet is provided and a full set of instructions.

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Subtracting Fractions: Best Game for Reinforcing Key Concepts

What better way to consolidate skills than with a game?

Research has proven that when students work in a team, they feel safe and will discuss mathematical concepts more frequently than if they are put in a purely competitive environment (Johnson and Johnson, 1989).  However, with the addition of the competitive element, this learning becomes fun! When one team competes against another team the perfect combination of optimal learning and fun occurs.  This combination of Cooperation and Competition makes learning fun while consolidating key concepts.

The combination of cooperation and competition is found in the strategy called “Teams-Games-Tournament” (Devries et al, 1980) in which one pair of students competes against another pair of students. The first team selects a card from a deck of cards and answers the matching question from a question booklet (see below). The student records his/her answer on an activity sheet.  The 2 students work cooperatively to…

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Subtracting Fractions: Best Game for Reinforcing Key Concepts

Subtracting Fractions game that uses cooperative learning. This method is called Teams Games Tournament TGT. It combines competition with cooperation to add up to a fun way to review math fractions.

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Home Schooling Math Resources On Sale!

Are you looking for some fun and interesting resources for reviewing important Math concepts?  All of these resources are EDITABLE, so you can either use them as is, or tailor them to your child's needs.  Detailed instructions and answers are provided. 48 Questions Differentiated Fun Rigorous These resources are a great way to review a… Continue reading Home Schooling Math Resources On Sale!

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Dividing Fractions: For Homeschooling

Fractions - nothing elicits more emotional responses than FRACTIONS! Many students struggle with the operations of fractions, especially Dividing the fractions.  Not only is the division a little involved, but what if there is a mixed number divided by a mixed number.  This, in my opinion, is the most difficult. The game suggested here, gives… Continue reading Dividing Fractions: For Homeschooling

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Chaos Free Math Game: Learn & Have Fun

Why not have fun while learning important math processes? This is the only game that my students ask for, time and time again.  No kidding! Whether it is grade 9 math or the grade 12s.  They will say, "What was that card game we played last year, can we play it again, it helped me… Continue reading Chaos Free Math Game: Learn & Have Fun