Express an Amount as a Percentage of 300 (Cootie Catcher)Quick View

Express an Amount as a Percentage of 300 (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to express different amounts as a percentage out of 300. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
NumberLoving_US
Extra Problems for Our Math Games - Finding the Percentage of a NumberQuick View

Extra Problems for Our Math Games - Finding the Percentage of a Number

There is no reason to buy multiple copies of our games. Simply buy one game unit of a topic of your choice and then buy "Extra Problems for Our Math Games" to get other math topics to use with the game(s). This product includes extra math problems and topics for the following games: Five Squares Solve that Task Tic Tac Toe x 9 Shady Math Perseverance Straight 7 Board Games Sports games are not included in this unit. We have a separate unit for those called "Extra Problems for Our SPORTS Games." As a bonus, we included the following: Practice Pages Quizzes IMPORTANT: This product includes the PROBLEMS for the games ONLY.
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Stoichiometry Task CardsQuick View

Stoichiometry Task Cards

Perfect for review work! Set of 25 Task Cards on Stoichiometry. Most cards have multiple questions (49 questions in total). Includes questions on * Molar mass * Number of particles * Moles * Empirical formula * Percentage composition * Gas volume * Concentration Student answer sheet & Answer key included.
liezelpienaar
Fraction-Decimal-Percent Matching Task CardsQuick View

Fraction-Decimal-Percent Matching Task Cards

A set of twenty task cards that students can match to find equivalent mixed numbers, improper fractions, decimals, and percents greater than 100 percent. My students so frequently think that any answer with a result greater than 100% has to be incorrect. This is a great way for them to practice and be more comfortable with percentages and their equivalents.
njlougheed
Multiplying Fractions Color by NumberQuick View

Multiplying Fractions Color by Number

With this activity, students will practice multiplying fractions (proper and improper with some cross cancellation) as they color! Once they put their answers in simplest form, they color the part of the picture with their answer according to the indicated color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala. Not only is coloring a great way to motivate students, but the final products also make fabulous classroom decor! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, early finishers, or just plain fun! If you like this, you may also like these other color by number activities: Rounding decimals Multiplying decimals Identifying multiples Identifying factors Dividing decimals Converting fractions and decimals Basic order of operations Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Adding and subtracting fractions Two-digit multiplication Adding and subtracting decimals Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
charlotte_james615
Adding and Subtracting Fractions Color by NumberQuick View

Adding and Subtracting Fractions Color by Number

With this activity, students will practice adding and subtracting fractions (with unlike denominators) while they have fun creating a colorful masterpiece! Students will color their simplified answers according to the color indicated to reveal a beautiful mandala pattern. The answers are all positive (no negative answers) and include some mixed numbers. Even unmotivated students enjoy coloring, so let them have fun while they practice their basic fraction skills! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, early finishers, extra practice, or just plain fun! As an added bonus, the finished products make beautiful classroom decor! Thanks for looking and enjoy and enjoy your product!
charlotte_james615
Comparing and Ordering Fractions Greater than OneQuick View

Comparing and Ordering Fractions Greater than One

Improper and Mixed Fractions can be placed in order from least to greatest. Tiered for Easy Differentiation: 1-5 -Like denominators 5-10 -One denominator is a factor of the other 11-15 -Denominators are not factors of each other
widenmo6684
Math in the Mall: Practical Practice MathQuick View

Math in the Mall: Practical Practice Math

Math in the Mall takes students on a shopping tour of 28 different shopping mall stores, where they practice additions, subtraction, multiplication, division, and percentage discounts to find the cost of items purchased, calculate per-item prices, determine savings, and figure change. These real-life word problems are sure to add relevance and interest to the learning experience and help students become confident consumers. Answer Key included.
RemediaPub
Statistical Analysis Learning Activity (with Answers)Quick View

Statistical Analysis Learning Activity (with Answers)

This statistical analysis learning activity is designed by Jackson Education Support to offer students a fun, engaging learning experience. With this product, parents and teachers spend minimal time preparing to implement quality math activities that intertwine percentages and averages with a zoo-inspired storyline. PDF file includes math activity with line plot and detailed answer key. #JEsupport
JESupport
Adding and Subtracting Decimals Color by NumberQuick View

Adding and Subtracting Decimals Color by Number

In this activity, students will practice their math skills (adding and subtracting decimals) as they color! Students will answer the exercises and then color their solutions on the picture with the indicated color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala. This coloring activity is perfect for upper elementary and middle school grades as the mandalas are fun, geometric patterns that the students enjoy revealing as they color. This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, or just plain fun! As an added bonus, the completed activities make beautiful classroom decor. Thanks and enjoy your new product!
charlotte_james615
STATISTICS as Supporting Evidence - High SchoolQuick View

STATISTICS as Supporting Evidence - High School

This Common Core aligned SUPPORTING EVIDENCE Lesson comes with an entertaining PowerPoint Presentation section, interactive Student Worksheets, and detailed Lesson Plans. This lesson focuses on using STATISTICS as SUPPORTING EVIDENCE. The students will be introduced to three types of STATISTICS (Fraction, Percentage, Proportion) and given specific definitions of each. Additionally, the lesson discusses the various methods of introducing STATISTICS (transition mini-lesson) and how the use of STATISTICS addresses all 6 Traits in Writing. Finally, the lesson included NUMEROUS examples of sample paragraphs containing different types of STATISTICS. These sample paragraphs are included on the student worksheet, so the students can not only go the the SMARTBoard/White Board and make corrections and identifications, but also can make the same corrections and identifications on their worksheets. ********************************************************************* This lesson about how to use and identify STATISTICS as SUPPORTING EVIDENCE has: Supporting Evidence Lesson Plan which includes: • Common Core State Standards Indicated on Lesson Plan • Instructional Focus • Instructional Procedures • Objectives/Goals • Direct Instruction • Guided Practice • Enrichment • Differentiation • I Can Statement • Essential Question • ESE Strategies • ELL Strategies Supporting Evidence Student Worksheet which includes: • Explanations of the 3 types of STATISTICS (Fraction, Percentage, Proportion) • Opportunities for students to practice guided note-taking • Sample paragraphs with STATISTICS used as SUPPORTING EVIDENCE Supporting Evidence PowerPoint Presentation which includes: • Introduction slides with explanations of 3 types of STATISTICS (Fraction, Percentage, Proportion) • Guided note-taking sections • Sample Paragraphs designed for student interaction on SMARTBoard/White Board for students to identify STATISTICS and type of STATISTIC used ********************************************************************* If you enjoy this product, please FOLLOW MY STORE and don't forget to LEAVE FEEDBACK! Write On! Jamie Edwards
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STATISTICS as Supporting Evidence - Middle SchoolQuick View

STATISTICS as Supporting Evidence - Middle School

This Common Core aligned SUPPORTING EVIDENCE Lesson comes with an entertaining PowerPoint Presentation section, interactive Student Worksheets, and detailed Lesson Plans. This lesson focuses on using STATISTICS as SUPPORTING EVIDENCE. The students will be introduced to three types of STATISTICS (Fraction, Percentage, Proportion) and given specific definitions of each. Additionally, the lesson discusses the various methods of introducing STATISTICS (transition mini-lesson) and how the use of STATISTICS addresses all 6 Traits in Writing. Finally, the lesson included NUMEROUS examples of sample paragraphs containing different types of STATISTICS. These sample paragraphs are included on the student worksheet, so the students can not only go the the SMARTBoard/White Board and make corrections and identifications, but also can make the same corrections and identifications on their worksheets. ********************************************************************* This lesson about how to use and identify STATISTICS as SUPPORTING EVIDENCE has: Supporting Evidence Lesson Plan which includes: • Common Core State Standards Indicated on Lesson Plan • Instructional Focus • Instructional Procedures • Objectives/Goals • Direct Instruction • Guided Practice • Enrichment • Differentiation • I Can Statement • Essential Question • ESE Strategies • ELL Strategies Supporting Evidence Student Worksheet which includes: • Explanations of the 3 types of STATISTICS (Fraction, Percentage, Proportion) • Opportunities for students to practice guided note-taking • Sample paragraphs with STATISTICS used as SUPPORTING EVIDENCE Supporting Evidence PowerPoint Presentation which includes: • Introduction slides with explanations of 3 types of STATISTICS (Fraction, Percentage, Proportion) • Guided note-taking sections • Sample Paragraphs designed for student interaction on SMARTBoard/White Board for students to identify STATISTICS and type of STATISTIC used ********************************************************************* If you enjoy this product, please FOLLOW MY STORE and don't forget to LEAVE FEEDBACK! Write On! Jamie Edwards
morgenstern93
Percents with Proportions Math StationsQuick View

Percents with Proportions Math Stations

These percents with proportions math stations are perfect to develop a deep understanding of setting up and solving percent problems with proportions. Students will set up, solve, and create percent problems with proportions. Students love these engaging stations. Teachers love them for the deep content. The following math stations are included: • Percent Word Problems: Given percent word problems, students will solve the problem by setting up and solving proportions. • Percent Practice: Students will practice solving percent proportions. • Creating Percent Word Problems: Given a proportion, students will create percent word problems that can be solved using the given proportion. • Matching Puzzle: A coloring and matching activity where students match a percent problem, a proportion, and the solution. • Letter Writing: Students write a letter to their friend who missed class about everything they learned about setting up percent proportions. These would also be great to use as homework, group work or assessments. Recording sheets and answer keys included.
micsigaran
Spring Math STEM Project: Ratios and PercentsQuick View

Spring Math STEM Project: Ratios and Percents

This STEM project with a math emphasis is great for middle school students to review ratios, rates, percents, and percent bar graphs! Use anytime, but especially during Spring and Easter time, this math mini project is a great way to bring some fun and real-world application into your middle school math classroom. Students will plan a garden using realistic data researched from planting almanacs to decide where to plant tomatos, carrots, lettuce, and other veggies. Once students design their garden, they will use it to determine ratios and percentages based on the information. This project is easy to differentiate for your students to make it more or less challenging.
LeafandSTEMLearning
Restaurant Activity Find Tip and Tax-ProportionsQuick View

Restaurant Activity Find Tip and Tax-Proportions

INCLUDED: -Full lesson plan -Individual and Collective Bills -Reflective questions -Menu -EXIT TICKETS Students pretend they are ordering from a restaurant and calculate the gratuity and tax based on what they choose to order. The activity in this lesson will help students experience how to apply proportions in the real world when calculating the gratuity of a restaurant bill. This lesson will also provide students knowledge about the current sales tax rate in the state that they reside in, as well as the customary percentage of gratuity given to waiters and waitresses. This kind of information is necessary for students to acquire so that they become well-informed and well-rounded human beings.
chelsealynnjackson
Social Studies Notebook Evaluation RubricQuick View

Social Studies Notebook Evaluation Rubric

Check out this simple and student-friendly rubric which is meant to be used to evaluate student Social Studies journals. The rubric is broken into four categories, of which students can score between a 1 and a 4. Each score for each section includes explicit description of what you need to obtain that score. A guide on the bottom shows how to calculate up to a percentage grade. This is meant to be provided to the students, so they know what is expected of them with the journals, and then used to grade at the end of the quarter, or semester, or year. Sections included cover topics of Organization, accuracy, elements, and illustrations. Best wishes! Be sure to also check out my other rubrics as well!
myeducationalhotspot
Science Journal Evaluation RubricQuick View

Science Journal Evaluation Rubric

Check out this simple and student-friendly rubric which is meant to be used to evaluate student science journals. The rubric is broken into four categories, of which students can score between a 1 and a 4. Each score for each section includes explicit description of what you need to obtain that score. A guide on the bottom shows how to calculate up to a percentage grade. This is meant to be provided to the students, so they know what is expected of them with the journals, and then used to grade at the end of the quarter, or semester, or year. Sections included cover topics of Organization, accuracy, elements, and illustrations. Best wishes! Be sure to also check out my other rubrics as well!
myeducationalhotspot
Math Journal Evaluation RubricQuick View

Math Journal Evaluation Rubric

Check out this simple and student-friendly rubric which is meant to be used to evaluate student math journals. The rubric is broken into four categories, of which students can score between a 1 and a 4. Each score for each section includes explicit description of what you need to obtain that score. A guide on the bottom shows how to calculate up to a percentage grade. This is meant to be provided to the students, so they know what is expected of them with the journals, and then used to grade at the end of the quarter, or semester, or year. Sections included cover topics of Organization, accuracy, elements, and illustrations. Best wishes!
myeducationalhotspot