Tag: middle school mathematics

GCF Foldable – 4 Methods

G.C.F. Foldable

The GCF foldable and videos below show four methods that you can use to find the G.C.F. (greatest common factor).  See the steps and examples that I chose for the GCF foldable below.


Method 1:  Make a List

1.  List all factors for both numbers.

2.  Identify all common factors.

3.  Select the biggest factor that both……

Create a Foldable on Any Topic

How do I create a foldable on any topic?


I decide how many sections I will need based on the topic I plan to use.

For example, if……

FREE 6th Grade Ratios and Proportional Relationships Common Core Math Posters

Are you looking for common core math posters for the 6th grade ratios and proportional relationships standards?

Try these FREE posters:

Download the .pdf here:  6thGradeCCSS_RP_Posters

or FREE from my TpT Store:  6thGradeCCSS_RP_Posters

Try Some Related Activities:

First Week of School Ideas and Resources Part 1


Are you looking for something to do on the first day or first week of school? This FREE questionnaire is great for that and for getting to know your students. Yes, you might not have……

Do You Need FREE Printable Coordinate Planes?

Example of blank coordinate plane worksheet. The circles are for problem numbers. Note: 5 spaces on each side of the x-axis and y-axis

When I started teaching, reproducible coordinate planes were like gold.  If a colleague had a unique page, I……

What can you do with the extra time after a lesson?

Try the Guess a Mystery Number game.  It is great for a warm-up or for when you have extra time after the lesson.  Download the free game.

Here is a sample of a completed……

Order of Operations Quiz

OrderOfOperationsQuiz via pdf

This quiz can be used for middle school math.  I used it in 7th grade math last year.  I love the way……

Middle School Math Stations

I love using these middle school math stations every year in the middle school math classroom:

Middle School Stations – Evaluating Expressions and Order of Operations

Included:  23 page .pdf, 20 math stations (2 per page, 1 question per page), answer key, and student worksheet

Topics:  Order of Operations, Evaluating Expressions (no negative numbers included)