Monday, January 7, 2013

Scrabble Math & A Freebie!

Hello Monday!

I'm back at school today for a Professional Day.  We're having another Thinking Map Training.  {I think this might be about my 6th one?!?}

I've got 2 new products for all the middle school math teachers who follow along.


The first product is Happy New Year Math ~ Scrabble Style.  {This one was really fun to make!  I might see more Scrabble Style Math in the future.}



Here's an example of one page.


Happy New Year Math ~ Scrabble Style


Measures of Center & Measures of Variation


6th & 7th Grade Common Core Aligned


I designed this CCSS-aligned product as a quick, fun way to ease back into the second half of the school year. The concepts are not difficult and the numbers are not large.

However, the concepts are important and sometimes difficult for students to master and maintain mastery of. If they can complete the problems using the small values on these Scrabble™ Tiles, they can complete more difficult problems as well!

I’ve included some critical thinking aspects as well as some open-ended questions.

I hope you will find Happy New Year Math ~ Scrabble™ Style very beneficial for your students and I hope your students enjoy completing this activity!



The second product is a FREEBIE called Math Choice Board Templates ~ Create-Your-Own.


With these Math Choice Board Templates, you can create your own boards to fit the needs of your students and the concepts being taught in your classroom.

I’ve saved them in a .png format so that you can insert the image into PowerPoint and add text boxes for a more polished look. You can also just write in your choices.




I'm linking up with Manic Monday at Classroom Freebies.  Click on over to check out all the awesome freebies available this week!



Classroom Freebies Manic Monday


Enjoy :)





3 comments:

  1. Where did you get the scrabble tiles to make this packet? Really cute idea!

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  2. I love the scrabble tiles! So cool! Is that a font that is readily available?

    Thanks for the freebie! Those are always greatly appreciated!

    Sevvy Stein
    sevvys@aol.com

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  3. I love the Scrabble idea! Thank you for sharing.

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