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Elementary Always, Sometimes, Never

In Always, Sometimes or Never, students identify whether a mathematical statement is always true, sometimes true, or never true. This link offers statements appropriate for students in early math levels – mostly CCRS levels A and B. This activity can be adapted to any level or content by changing the mathematical statement students are working with. Students might evaluate the statement “triangles have a point on top,” or they might evaluate “x squared is greater than x.” For more ideas, a teacher explores that activity in this blog post.