From addition and subtraction to area and perimeter and linear equations, Flocabulary has resources to bring math to life. Word problems Word problems are a great opportunity to bring math and literacy skills together in a format that is concrete and fun. Students can use math skills they are learning and apply them by creating word problems for their peers to solve. After watching a Flocabulary math video have students review the content and complete any supporting activities. Model for students by creating a sample word problem that utilizes the type of math operation you're focusing on. Walk through the…
Review curriculum for standardized tests, do test prep, or the end of the year reviews with six Flocabulary tips from Flocabulary Certified Educators
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Breaking down concepts in a small group setting has proven to show mastery of a skill or standard with a more rigorous approach to instruction. It allows students to participate in progressive struggle and build upon knowledge from their peers.