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#### Comparing Sums of Unit Fractions

First, add each set of fractions with unlike denominators. Then, compare their sums with the symbols <, >, or =.

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#### Largest Number Game

Learners are asked to make the largest three-digit number they can with the numbers 1, 8, and 5 in a quick assessment worksheet.

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#### Digits 2-5-7

Given three digits, what is the largest humber you can make? What is the smallest number you can make? These are the questions second graders are prompted to answer in a three-question quiz.

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#### Quick Literacy Centers for Back to School

Use a set of quick and easy to use literacy centers at the beginning of the year as you start to assess your students. The 13-page packet provides writing and reading activities with simple directions that allows new class members to...

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#### Bundling and Unbundling

Seven tens, plus five ones, equals 75. Five ones, plus seven tens, also equals 75. These are the types of equations learners are asked to make true in a worksheet with 11 unfinished equations.

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#### Integer Combinations—Postage Stamps Problem (MS Version)

Number patterns can seem mysterious. Help your learners unravel these mysteries as they complete an intriguing task. Through examination, collaborative groups determine that they are able to produce all integers above a certain value by...

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#### Going On A People Hunt!

Send the new faces in your class on a people hunt with a quick back-to-school, get-to-know one another activity. Learners are tasked to find a person in their class with blue eyes, wears glasses, has a birthday in March, and much more.

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#### Chrysanthemum: Name Graphing

Let's graph the amount of letters in everyone's name in the class. Give the two-page sheet to class members to collect letter data and then translate their data into a graph.

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#### Writing Numerical Expressions—Hexagon Tables

Explore a basic pattern to practice writing expressions. In collaborative groups, learners examine a contextual pattern and write an expression to model it. The task encourages groups to describe the pattern in multiple ways.

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#### Back to School Means...(Concept Web)

Going back to school doesn't have to be scary! Brainstorm what Back to School means with a concept web graphic organizer.

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#### When My Work is Finished

The most chaotic time in the classroom can be when some people are finished with their work, but others aren't. A checklist and reflection worksheet reminds learners what their options are after finishing their work, including reading,...

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#### SWBST and Plot Structure

Someone wanted something...but then what? Use the helpful Someone Wanted But So Then (SWBST) strategy to map out a short story or novel based on plot structure and elements of literature.

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#### Interview Somebody New!

The best way to get to know someone is by interviewing them. Use a interviewing worksheet that has individuals asking a new person questions like where they were born, what they did over the summer, goals for the year, and how many...

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#### Compare and Contrast

How was your summer vacation? Encourage class members to meet their new friends with a back-to-school activity that compares summer vacations using a Venn diagram.

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#### Jamir's Penny Jar

Before you start counting the coins in Jamir's coin jar, figure out which coin to start with. Should it be the penny or the quarter? Why? This is the focus around a worksheet that works well as an assessment on counting money and...

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#### Writing a Narrative: How Bear Lost His Tail

After reading the first, second, and third parts of "How Bear Lost His Tail", third grade writers answer questions about the story by completing a series of options, including discussion points. Then, they begin to plan a new narrative...