Students work with a partner. Student 1 shows the card to student 2. Student 2 tells student 1 all the subsets for the number on the card. The answers are on the back of the card (folded over part of the card).
There are 11 pages with 32 different flashcards. This would be a GREAT center for early finishers!
My students have always loved playing online games. I use these as fillers for my classes that finish their work early and I use them on a regular basis with my inclusion classes.
A game I found for my inclusion students called, Rational and Irrational Numbers Game, is great for these students! It allows them to get out of their seats and they fill successful before adding more vocabulary words for Real Numbers.
Here is a link to the game: http://www.math-play.com/rational-and-irrational-numbers-game/rational-and-irrational-numbers-game.html
This county has it going on when it comes to providing graphic organizers for their teachers! I have used many of these foldables over the years!
Super short post! I had several old picture frames I had purchased from Dollar Tree a few years back (20 or so). They were not in great shape and, to my knowledge, never have been in grade shape! I took a red can of spray paint, a can of white spray paint, and the most fabulous product EVER Minwax Helmsman. I coated all of the picture frames with red spray paint. Then I added a coat of white spray paint and distressed the frames. Finally, I put three coats of Helmsman on the frames. They looked MUCH better! What a great quick fix for Dollar Tree Picture Frames
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