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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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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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A Great Way to Build Community in your Classroom

A class is a community.  And to become a trusting community, bonds must be built between students.  What better way than to get to know each other. A question a day. What does this do? Breaks the barriers between students - when they get to know the interests of other students, what they like and… Continue reading A Great Way to Build Community in your Classroom

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Multiplying Fractions: A 48 Question Chaos-Free Card Game

Could your students use extra practice in multiplying fractions? Tired of same-old-same-old worksheets?  This 48 question activity is for you.  It is student tested, student approved and has many years of research behind it.  This is a Teams Games Tournament strategy in which 2 students play against 2 other students in a fun, yet organized game.… Continue reading Multiplying Fractions: A 48 Question Chaos-Free Card Game