# Fraction wall

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I once joked to another teacher that I'd be happy sitting around making math cheat sheets all day. It was June, the building was probably 150 degrees and we were in the middle of a rational functions unit, which, ironically, is related to long division. Later when I thought about it, I realized that maybe I wasn't totally joking. It's not so much making the sheets themselves (though formatting is strangely addictive), it's making something that a kid can use to help lower stress and build…

A FREE Division Poster for vocabulary. Students will be able to remember the vocabulary names and its position in three division equations. There is also a black and white copy of this poster. Click the picture to download this FREEBIE! Are you looking for some division games? This Division Pack is loaded with fun division games. It has 14 game boards along with 100 task cards to play the games. The task cards are separated into levels according to what your students need to work on…

DivisionHelp students learn the steps in division strategies with this set that teaches 10 different methods of dividing using color coding to help students see the steps. You'll get division strategy posters, slideshows, and a folded half page size strategy reference booklet PLUS everything in DIGI...

As a special education teacher, former fifth-grade teacher, math lover, avid reader, and data nerd, I love to share my ideas as I do what I love.

This fraction wall poster will be useful to the students to display as on bulletin board ideas in a classroom..Hope willl love it..

Hi! I'm Susie! I'm a curriculum developer at Panicked Teacher. On my blog, I share classroom tips, teaching ideas and upper elementary resources.

83 worksheets of Long Division with the Box Method which is a horizontal graphic instead of the traditional vertical graphic. This is a must for struggling learners. The steps are almost the same but much easier to remember and has "clicked" with many of my students. Try it and you will be hooked! A...

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Review division with remainders, division without remainders, and partial quotients division with this 4th grade digital math center. This paperless resource includes INTERACTIVE Google Slides and is SEESAW ready. Need a PowerPoint Version? Simply open up the Google Slides and select File > Downl...

Google Classroom streamlines the management of student work — announcing, assigning, collecting, grading, giving feedback and returning. It has certainly saved many teachers hours of work. Without a solid workflow and some strategy, grading digital work can be cumbersome. Google Classroom does make working with student work more efficient — but only if you understand how […]