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# Depth of Knowledge Guiding Questions

This is one FREEBIE you dont want to pass up!

Dr. Norman Webb developed a process and criteria for analyzing the alignment between standards and standardized assessments. Through this process, a body of work titled Depth of Knowledge (DOK) was offered. This model analyzes the cognitive expectation demanded by standards, activities, and assessment tasks. Webb grouped tasks to reflect a different level of cognitive expectation or DOK. He introduced four levels of DOK:
1. Recall
2. Skills and Concepts
3. Strategic Thinking
4. Extended Thinking

Webb also came up with different activities, questions, and resources to help teachers and students reach different depths of knowledge.

Author: Tales from a Very Busy Teacher

# Math Terms - Multiplication

This PDF is free and downloadable. Print them out and use them for practicing multiplication properties and key terms your students need to know! This can support math class.

Author: 7 Generation Games

# Mean Girls Hands on Ratios Activity

This activity is a great way to tie in real world examples of rates, ratios, and proportions in the math classroom. Students watch a short (classroom appropriate) clip of the popular movie "Mean Girls" and then are given the opportunity to work collaboratively to determine the calculations of day-to-day foods based on the nutritional label. Finally, students are asked to draw conclusions about the activity. This is a great time for students to use "math talk" and learn from each other.

Keywords: Free Math , math, fractions, word problems, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, homeschooler, handouts, printables, math centers
Author: To Algebra and Beyond

# Multiplying by 8 - Math Multiplication Facts Games and Activities

Multiplying by 8 - Multiplication Math Facts Games and Activities

✅Great for remote learning & distant learning! ✅

This 26-page multiplication facts package focuses on multiplying by 8. Teaching elementary students to multiply is quick and effective when students practice their multiplication facts with these fun and engaging reproducible multiplication games, and activities.

Author: Fun To Teach

# FREE Doubles Bump! | Doubles to 20

his free game is easy to teach, fun to play, and gives partners LOTS of practice with doubles to 20! The set includes color and black & white game boards and spinners, directions for three ways to play, plus a worksheet for practice or assessment. Perfect for first or second grade students to use in centers, small groups, or during choice time. Have fun!

If you like Doggie Doubles, youll love Fido & Friends, which includes a set of bump game boards, spinners, and worksheets for addends through 9 + 9.

Keywords: Free Math , arithmetic, basic operations, mental math, 1st grade, 2nd grade, homeschooler, printables, games, math centers
Author: Carla Hoff

# Multiplication Fact Fluency

Quick quiz that you can give to your students to assess their multiplication fact fluency!

Keywords: Free Math , math, 3rd grade, 4th grade, examinations - quizzes, assessment
Author: Loving Special Ed

# #backtoschool Back to School Math Teamwork Game "Memory Madness"

This is a perfect game to use at the beginning of the school year to emphasize the importance of collaboration. Students will play three rounds of a memory game involving math symbols--the first time they play alone, then in partners, finally in a group. Almost all students will do better in the game with a partner and almost all partners will do better with a whole group!

Author: ExtraMileMath

# {FREEBIE} 4.NF.7 Task Cards: Compare & Order Decimals

We are excited to offer this 4.NF.7 task card set as a thank you to our followers! Your students will love practicing with these adorable, easy to use task cards. These 32 task cards are aligned to CCSS 4.NF.7 provides practice for your students comparing and ordering decimals. A student recording sheet and answer key are also provided.

Author: Kathleen and Mande

# Animal Graphing

Student will demonstrate the ability to graph information from a table.

Keywords: Free Math , math, graphing, prek, kindergarten, 1st grade, free math worksheets
Author: Scott and Tammys Room

# Prime Suspects - Finding Prime Numbers up to 100

Use the Sieve of Eratosthenes to find all prime numbers up to 100, includes number grid and step-by-step instructions.

Author: hollymath

# Math Mystery Free Activity {4th Grade Math Spiral Review} - Super Bad Superhero

This math mystery, “Case of the Super Bad Superhero,” is a great way to add some excitement and fun to your math lessons! Students will be working through a variety of math questions to discover which superhero has gone bad! Easy prep! Just Print & Solve! Or go paperless with the new Google Docs option provided within your download.

Use this activity as a fun way to assess math skills of your new students at the beginning of the school year. If this turns out to be too hard, set it has a benchmark to try again later in the year.

You may also wish to use this activity as a math center, as part of your sub tub, or as an early finisher activity.

Author: Mrs Js Resource Creations

# Time Bump Freebie! Telling time to 5 minutes

This BUMP game helps students practice telling time within five minutes. This is a variation of the popular BUMP game.

Laminate the game board for durability. Cut out the game boards and put them in a bag. Pairs of students each get 8 counters. One student pulls a digital time from the bag and covers that time with their counter. Students take turns doing this. If another student has covered the time with their counter another player can bump them off if they pull the same time game card. The first player out of counters wins the game! ******************PLEASE use the game board that is the second page of this download with a blue boarder- if you print the worksheet as the game board the cards will not match.

Also included is a telling time worksheet.
Enjoy!

Keywords: Free Math , math, basic operations, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, fun stuff, games, math centers
Author: Charlee Allen

# Multiplication Charts with 10 different designs

Enjoy these free multiplication charts! 10 different colors/designs plus 1 black and white copy for you to print on any color paper.

Author: Rooted in Resource

# 3D Figures, Nets, and Surface Area Notes & Constructions

Middle school level notes on 3D figures (right rectangular prism, cube, right triangular prism, regular triangular pyramid, and square pyramid), their nets (2D representations), and each figures formulas for surface area. Includes a construction activity for each figure and a sheet for recording measurements and calculations. I also have used the constructions as part of a fantastic bulletin board!

Keywords: Free Math , math, geometry, measurement, 6th grade, 7th grade, activities, printables, bulletin board ideas
Author: The Mistress OF Math

# Number Lines From 0-20

Print this document, cut it into strips, laminate the strips, and your students will have number lines that they can use for adding, subtracting, counting, and identifying numbers. The number lines can also be used as bookmarks.

These number lines feature my own handwritten font "Get Real". Check out my free product "Write Your Numbers Right" and my \$3.00 product "Handwriting Instruction A-Z", which also feature this font.

Keywords: Free Math , arithmetic, basic operations, numbers, kindergarten, 1st grade, printables, math centers
Author: Monaco Lane Curriculum for Early Literacy

# Long Division Anchor Chart FREE

Print out and put in Math Notebooks or share digitally! :)

Author: PerryCuteTeacher

# Complex Fraction Word Problem Task Cards

A great set of fraction word problem task cards to have your students practice different types of questions. There area total of 20 task cards. These are tricky but good for students to keep them on their feet and think critically about the problems. Includes a recording sheet.

Author: Math With Ms Yi

# FREE Measurement Conversion Chart, Metric + Customary Reference Sheet

FREE Measurement Conversion Chart!

Includes all conversion rates for metric and customary units of length, weight, and capacity. Also includes time.

I print these on card-stock and then laminate them. They live inside my classroom desks so students have them on hand AT ALL TIMES!

Author: The Number Diva

# Seasonal 120 Chart Game Boards

This set of seasonal board games encourages practice on the 120 chart - one game board for each month of the school year!

Using dice, students jump, climb and slide along these "snakes and ladders" type of boards. They record the equations as they go on the differentiated recording sheets:

Examples:

*Start on 10. Roll 5. Write 10+5=15

*Land on 15. Climb the ladder to 8. Count to solve 15-?=8. Write 15-7=8

*Start on 15. Slide to 35. Count to solve 15+?=35. Write 15+20=35.

With a new board for each month of the school year, students will get lots of practice, and hopefully begin to make predictions and notice patterns on the 120 chart that will help to develop a great math sense.
Great for seasonal independent math centers!

Keywords: Free Math , math, basic operations, holidays/seasonal, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, homeschooler, fun stuff, games, math centers
Author: Whimsy Workshop Teaching

# Number 0-10 Writing FREEBIE!

Do your students need practice writing numbers 0-10?