I hope this post finds you well! I have a free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or share with your families to practice at home. All you need to do is print and find some dice. A student rolls the die and identifies the number in the row of the die they roll. The set has two different versions of the Roll-a-Number. I have more sets listed under the picture that are free for download! If you have a request, please let me know in the comments.
One of the resources I’ve been asked for the most lately is student practice that is Google Classroom-friendly. So I’ve shared below practice that anyone can use with their students. Please follow the steps below:
Click on the picture and make a copy of the practice page.
Go to Google Classroom and create an assignment.
Click add and find the practice page you made a copy of.
Be sure to select make a copy for each student.
Now students will be able to type in the text boxes and turn it in. If you’d rather the directions in a video click here.
What Google Classroom-friendly practice would you like to see next? Comment below any subject or skill you’d like to see next on the blog.
Updated: Grab several more addition worksheets for Google Classroom by clicking on the title below:
I hope this post finds you well. I reached out to my followers on Facebook about what their current needs are, and elapsed time and time resources were one of the requested resources. Click on the images below to download each resource. If you need a specific type of resource, please comment below.
Teachers who have used the worksheets say they have made a difference in students’ confidence and competence with factoring. You can find the first worksheet I created here and the second set here. All sets have student worksheets and answer keys. Let me know in the comments what you are working on with your students! I’d love to create something for you to use in your classroom.
Teachers who have used the worksheets say they have made a difference in students’ confidence and competence with factoring. You can find the first set I created here. Let me know in the comments what you are working on with your students! I’d love to create something for you to use in your classroom.