It's time to take your students beyond the worksheet and out of the traditional textbook! Since 2009 we have been providing quality, content-rich resources to get students engaged and excited about math!
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This Valentine's Day activity provides you with six percent stations. It's the perfect way to review percent skills in February! A student answer sheet and hint cards are included!
You can either leave the student coloring page as a coloring page or cut up the page and have one puzzle piece at each station. Students collect the pieces and assemble their completed puzzles after they have finished the last station.
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Since 2009 I have been creating quality, content-rich resources for middle school math teachers. As a teacher, I found myself struggling to find resources to meet the needs of my students while still maintaining quality and be engaging at the same time. From that need, Beyond the Worksheet was born!