### Agata Sławińska

FREE SYMMETRY WORKSHEETS AND ACTIVITIES~ Great collection of engaging printables!

In this FREE St. Patrick's Day-themed math activity students practice solving for a missing part, whole, or percent using proportional reasoning. Students work in pairs; each partner with a different worksheet with different percent proportion problems. Although they are given different questions, they should find the same results. They can check with one another to gain confidence that they are correct or re-check their work if their answers do not match. By Free to Discover.

In this FREE maze activity, students will practice simple integer operations: add, subtract, multiply, divide. Students will complete a total of 10 practice problems. Zombie pet theme! This would be perfect for a quick warm-up or bell ringer!Be sure to check the preview to make sure these problems are the appropriate level for your students.

FREE! These integers math stations are perfect to engage students in analyzing integers. Students will develop a deep understanding of adding and subtracting integers after completing these math stations.There are four math stations. Adding Integers with a Number Line: students will write integer problems given a problem modeled on a number line.

Valentine's Day Equivalent Fractions and Decimals Activity - holiday fun and great math practice for big kids!

More than 50 science activities for kids... For use with elementary ESL unit on weather. Book - "Clouds". This is a cute activity to not only make your own clouds, but to make the clouds rain! First we filled a clear glass with water and topped it with a shaving cream cloud.Then we dropped food coloring on the top until it started to rain!

Turn Milk into Plastic! - great science experiment to make plastic! Hands on and engaging especially for our older students with special learning needs. A great addition to your Earth Day or Recycling unit. Read more at: http://www.howweelearn.com/turn-milk-into-plastic/

75 Google Resources for Your Classroom!

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Do you struggle with helping students memorize their multiplication facts? Here are some awesome ways to make it manageable for your classroom.