1.14.2013

True or False?

Let's face it -- we teach in a world where our students NEED to know what true and false mean.
Just knowing what these words mean will give our students the upper hand on any test. 

In math right now, my students are learning about this true/false concept, but they aren't quite grasping their meaning. {Naturally, this motivated me to make a mini unit with some extra practice activities.}

In this unit, I have mixed a little vocabulary practice with a lot of math!! Here is to hoping that {by the end of the week} my students will really understand these words!

You can snag this mini unit in my TpT Shop for $3.50:
{Be sure to check out the preview to see exactly what is in this unit!}







The first person to leave their email address will get this mini unit FREE!

27 comments:

  1. This is a great unit for the new CCSS, thanks!
    taradsmith@hotmail.com

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  2. I love the anchor charts :)

    Catherine
    brownbagteacher@gmail.com
    The Brown-Bag Teacher

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  3. This is so cute!! I really like your anchor charts!!

    Jennifer
    jenniferlalsip(at)yahoo(dot)com
    The First Grade Dream

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  4. This is a great unit for the new CCSS, thanks!
    taradsmith@hotmail.com

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  5. So great, as always!!

    susieqsclass@gmail.com

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  6. Such a bummer I was just buying your how do snowmen solve story problems unit from tpt and missed your true and false posting. I guess this will have to go on my list of purchases.

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  7. Looks cute! And you're right, they do need to know what T/F means! Mine struggle with it!

    Halle
    Across the Hall in 2nd Grade

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  8. Those cards look great! The could be used for lots of activities.

    Nice!

    Jane
    Learning in the Little Apple

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  9. So sad to see I missed the giveaway. This activity looks great.

    Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com

    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids

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  10. I love all of your creations. You have a great eye for making things visually attractive AND functional at the same time!

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  11. we just finished this. it really helped my kids to use a balance. we built each equation with cubes and then put them in a balance to see if they were equal or not equal! good luck! your mini unit looks great. it'll be added to my wish list :)
    aconnolly1216@gmail.com

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    1. Oooo!! I love the idea of make each side with cubes! I will def. try that with my kids!

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  12. love this. our new mid-year assessments required (first grade) students to determine if 3 + 4 = 5 + 4 was true or false, draw a picture to explain their reasoning, AND correct the number sentence to make it true. :) it's been lotssss of fun teaching 23 6-year-olds this concept haha!

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  13. So true! Our kids need to know this skill but it can be so difficult for them to get it down. This is something I will be using!
    Maribel
    Learning In Wonderland

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  14. Well, I may not have been the first person to respond {drat} but I did want to tell you what a great product this is. Each year my firsties have a hard time with this concept...then, I think they've got it and NOPE! ;) Love it!!!!!! {Especially the posters that have such a kid-friendly definition}

    Holly
    Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade


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  15. Thank you for making this! My littles are having the hardest time with this objective. Can't wait to try this tomorrow!

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  16. AWESOME! Love it! teachercml@hotmail.com

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  17. True or False
    Q: The Teacher Wife is an AWESOME teacher?
    A: TRUE!!!

    Love this :)
    Lauren
    Dynamic Duo 1 and 2

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thanks for the love ♥

 
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