Help me give my students a class set of rulers and coordinate graph stickers!
This project expired on November 10, 2019.
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My sixth grade students come to middle school excited for new opportunities! The majority of our students come from four different elementary schools. Students bring their unique experiences to our class where we join together to create a unified team.
In our class, we embrace the Power of Yet.
Math class can be an area of struggle and anxiety for students. Our students are encouraged to share their thinking and learn from each other. If something isn't understood, it isn't understood YET. We strive to work as a team to support, encourage, and celebrate our math successes!
Students in our sixth grade math classroom are learning the important skills of note-taking and organization along with improving their math skills. Students are beginning to look for relationships between x and y coordinates and representing these relationships in tables and graphs. Ultimately, students will be working towards graphing a line and finding its slope. Building the basic skills in sixth grade will lead to continued success in future years.
Having a classroom set of rulers and coordinate grid stickers that students can add to their notes will provide students with an efficient way to show their understanding and build achievement.
Each student will be creating an interactive math notebook during the school year to document their math thinking. Having the tools to organize their notebooks will give students the tools to succeed!
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