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This month my bright idea is math time capsules! This is a quick and easy way to evaluate students' growth throughout the year.
**I use a multiplication chart because multiplication is our big struggle throughout the year, but you could use any concept that you will be working on throughout the year.**
We repeat this process the day we get back from winter break and the last week of school. When we are done with the third one, we break them all out and compare. When we have time we create graphs comparing our progress on the multiplication table and other measurements.
Other ideas to include in your math time capsule could be height, weight, age, or number of family members.
It is so much fun to pull them out at the end of the year and compare how far our students have come!
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