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Old 12-11-2018, 03:46 PM
 
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I am looking for a way to do this that isn't too cumbersome or that I can't use again the next year. Do you have a slick way of doing it? Thanks!


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I use print outs that I laminated. I have a space on the wall where I hang them on clothespins that I hot glued to the wall. The students like to change them when it's time. I have a bingo wheel that we use to choose the student to change them (each desk has a number on it). One class had an argument this week because the same number has come up the last three times we did this! That's life!
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Thank you!
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Thatís a great idea! Iíve been writing them on the white board each day, and that takes way too much time. Thank you for the detailed explanation!
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The "arguing" about the number that came up 3 times in a row gives you a marvelous opportunity to talk about the difference between theoretical probability and experimental probability. It could be an interesting discussion.
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TAOEP, yes it is! This was one of those "happy accident" discoveries for me.


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Old 12-11-2018, 08:51 PM
 
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You could laminate your standard cards and display them in a pocket chart. The chart would make it very easy to change the cards.
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Old 12-11-2018, 09:04 PM
 
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I have them printed and laminated. I glued a magnet to the back of each one and display them on the chalkboard. I don't use chalk! It's also kind of silly since my kids can't read.



The standards don't change often; I've used the same ones since we adopted CCSS.
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