Resources

Beginning of The Year

Broken Squares Templates

These cards can be used for three different games/activities.   Directions can be found here

Taboo

Directions for Taboo can be found here

Number Operations

Differentiated Decimal Division Game

Decimal Division Jenga

Zero in Quotient Auction

Order of Operations Foldable

Comparing the GCF and LCM

LCD Always Sometimes Never Exit Card Select All That Apply

Representing Relationships

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graphing-anecdotal-recordspdf

coordinate-plane-foldable

Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities

Two step equation puzzles

TwoStepEquationsPuzzles

Self-checking two-step equation fortune tellers

TwoStep Equation Fortune Teller

Combine Like Terms Reach the Peak Challenge

Combine Like Terms Reach the Peak Easy

Distributive Property Card Sort

Properties Cards

angle-relationship-cards

Ratios and Proportions

Proportional Relationships

Proportional Relationship Auction

Proportional Relationship Card Sort and Game

321-equivalent-ratio-formative-assessment

Characteristics of similar rectangles parallelograms and triangles

MarkUp and MarkDown Foldable

Data and Statistics

unit-inb-sheets-data-distributions

ways-to-represent-data-tree-map

Statistical Question Card Sort

Identifying Statistical Questions Foldable

Identifying Statistical Questions Foldable Modified

Comparing & Contrasting Line Plots Freq Tables Histograms

Comparing & Contrasting Graphs

Its All In The Cards Cards 1 to 12

Five Number Summary Version 2 for Higher Cog Demand

Box and Whisker Foldable Version 2

Area, Surface Area & Volume

Area and Circumference of a Circle

Comparing & Contrasting Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders

Comparing & Contrasting Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders Modified

area-of-square-with-double-side-length-commit-toss

Angle Relationships

Complementary and Supplementary Angles

angle-relationship-cards

indentical-triangle-card-sort

Resources that provide additional support for students in special education

Additional resources for special education student are also intermingled in the above math categories.   They are the files with multiple versions.   “Modified” files have additional scaffolding.   “Challenge” files are more challenging versions of the same concept.

Many of the foldables that involve comparing and contrasting are also suitable for special education students who area at extreme ends of sequential/conceptual dimension of cognitive style.   Those foldables are designed to give both a “whole” and a “part” view of a concept.

Conceptual Dominance

Sequential Dominance

Auditory Dominance

Visual Dominance