I'm excited to share with you one of my math mysteries for Halloween this year! If you would like to try out one of my math mysteries this product will be free for a limited of time (25th October-31st October 2015).
Case of The Tricking Treat will get your students motivated to practice their math skills as they must find out which suspect is giving tricking treats to children!
Available for Grades 2-6 (Common Core Aligned), you can select which version would suit your class best by reviewing the skills listed in the description of each.
Since the story and clues are the same, you can easily differentiate within your classroom by swapping clue skills from each grade (as long as each clue matches the clue number in the other grade). For example, if I have the Grade 2 version, but I feel that Clues 3 and 4 are too easy for some students, I can swap them for Clues 3 and 4 from the Grade 3 version to make it more challenging for those students. The clue and mystery outcome will be the same, but you can level the playing field in the classroom!
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FREE only until October 31st 2015!
Don't miss out on your chance to trial a math mystery today!
This is a great and easy way to let students know your expectations for a lesson. I'm not too sure what AIH stands for, but my guess based on the expectations is something about assessment.
It is not always easy and simple to identify gifted and talented students in your classroom, especially since it does not simply just come down to test scores and academic achievement. I found this chart below and it really helped me to understand the difference between a bright student or a gifted learner.
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