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Workin On It Wednesday 4/16

This week, I'm working on finishing up one more day before a 3-day weekend that includes my birthday:)

We've worked on finding percents of numbers, as well as converting fractions, decimals, and percents...for which we've used our FDP Fold it Up and our FDP Number Line (both linked below).  Test tomorrow!



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  1. Thank you so much for having this! You have a wonderful blog! :)

    Jaime
    www.aspoonfuloflearning.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks for hosting this link up! I am new to your blog. Love meeting fellow math teachers

    Tara
    The Math Maniac

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    1. Thanks for linking! I enjoyed reading your blog post. Great to find another 6th grade math teacher:)

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