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Stations are not just for Elementary School! Middle school students thrive when given the chance to work together and move about the classroom! ...
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This bundle of resources contains 18 different worksheets/outlines/activities on writing and solving expressions and equations. Answer Keys for a...
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"Are We Done Yet?" is a collection of 14 end of year survival activities for students (and teachers!) in the middle school math classroom. Incl...
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This packet is a bundle of some of my most engaging resources! These activities allow you to have your Middle School Math and Middle School Alg...
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This bundle includes 26 instructional resources for basic geometry skills. Answer keys for every item are included. Resources are: *
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This product has two parts. First is a two page scaffolded worksheet that includes notes, examples, guided practice and independent practice usin...
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This bundle has just about everything you will need to have a great Common Core math classroom! Included are all 13 of my 6th grade CCSS resour...
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This bundle has just about everything you will need to have a great Common Core math classroom! Included are all 10 of my 7th grade CCSS resour...
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This bundle contains 12 different logic puzzles to keep your students thinking throughout the school year! Each puzzle has a fun theme that wil...
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This packet includes 24 coloring pages covering a variety of topics in the middle school math classroom. Each page is a great way to review for a...
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6 stations that include graphing inequalities on a coordinate plane and number line, writing inequalities from number lines, checking ordered pai...
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This product is a coloring activity that allows the student to practice multiple step percent problems. They need to find the percent discount, c...
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This bundle includes 20 activities to be used in your classroom during the Christmas and Winter holiday season! Most items available for indivi...
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This activity requires students to solve one and two step equations in order to fit puzzle pieces together. Some equations involve fractions, dec...
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This file includes over 20 activities and worksheets that would be perfect to incorporate into the middle school math classroom during the fall s...
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This activity gives students word problems that involve setting up and solving proportions and unit rate problems. It's a wonderful way to incorp...
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This packet includes 14 different resources you can use when teaching a percents unit. Included are: *Percents Picnic Introductory Lessons *Pe...
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This 10 skill review was created for 7th grade Pre Algebra students, but would be a great review for any middle school math classroom! Skills cov...
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I purchased The Coffee Shop project. I am confused about the donut recipes. I have three in the packet. Do the students come up with 3 more recipes for donuts on their own or do they just use the three that are provided?
Thanks,

Terri Seeley
April 21, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
They use the three there and then create three more. Since they should be in groups of 3, each child can work with their own recipes and one of those provided.
April 21, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

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Lisa H.
Hi! I purchased the sixth grade mega bundle. In the description it stated that items would be added to it...how do we access new items?

Also - I love your work! Thank you :) My fellow teachers are always jealous of my students' level of engagement!

However, I am frustrated that a lot of the activities have operations with negatives (which is fine for my high level 6th graders)...but, Common Core does not actually have integer rules and operations until 7th grade....so a lot of the activities/lessons are not applicable to my true standard 6th and co-taught students. Is there any way that some of the lessons could be differentiated to include positive numbers only, for example - the distributive property stations....

Thanks for your thoughts,
April 21, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
Please email me. I'd be happy to work with you on this. lindsayperro@gmail.com
April 21, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: 7th Grade Math Common Core Mini Assessments
how do i get the answer key
April 16, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
It's included in the download.
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Diane K. re: The Coffee Shop {Middle School Math Project}
Hi Lindsay,
This looks wonderful! I'm wondering if this is too challenging for 5th grade. Thoughts?
April 16, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
It may be suitable for advanced 5th graders. It is heavy on fractions and decimals, but most are simple fractions such as fourths and halves. You could also leave out the page on volume.
April 16, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: Reading in the Middle School Math Classroom
I would love to see something like this for 4 the grade. I was a reading teacher and now teach math. I talk to my kids everyday about using their reading strategies to solve math word problems.
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Hayli C.
I just found your TpT store and I am in love! Haha! I was going to see if you would mind explaining to me what programs you use to create your PDF’s. Thanks!
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Deacon N.
Hello Lindsay. I accidentally purchased the 8th grade Mega bundle and also the 8th grade resources two days ago. I was wondering if it is possible to get a refund on the resources. I did not realize I was getting the same stuff as was in the bundle. Please let me know if we can do this?
April 10, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
Please contact TPT support. Sellers do not have the ability to provide refunds or credits.
April 10, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

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Dawn Lowman  (TpT Seller)
Is the Middle School Math Intervention Plan {With Common Core Standards} included in the Mega 7th grade bundle? Thank you so much!
April 10, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
There may be an individual resource or two that overlaps, but that's it. The entire Intervention Plan is not included in the bundle.

Thanks!
Lindsay
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Loop'in Lupini  (TpT Seller)
Hi Lindsay,
I just purchased your Middle School Intervention bundle and I just wanted to let you know that one of the answer keys has a small mistake...one that most peoiple would catch but I didn't until my kids were in the throws of it. It is page 178 where the riddle should read "My Favorite Class of course is Math"
The "of course" is missing.
Just thought you might want to know.
Deanna Lupini
April 8, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
Thanks Deanna, I will check it out!
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Pam W. re: Scatterplots Unit Resources
I was wondering how you got the equation for the best fit line for the gestation scatterplot.
March 14, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
Pam, I'm so sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. For the line of best fit equation I used a graphing calculator.
March 16, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

Teaching With a Mountain View
Teaching With a Mountain View  (TpT Seller) re: 6th Grade Statistics and Probability Math Resources
Hi Lindsay!

I'm curious if these activities/worksheets are the same as the ones for probability sold individually in your store. Thanks so much. :)

Mary
March 14, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
The only piece of that bundle that is sold individually is the Data Display Stations Resource.
March 16, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

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Beth S. re: The Cupcake Shop {Middle School Math Project}
HI Lindsay- I bought your cupcake shop product and it looks really fun! When kids figure the icing needed for 12 cupcakes, should they take 2/3 of the icing recipe to determine amount of ingredients needed? Next, to make 12 doz or 50 doz, they multiply the ingred amounts by 12 or 50. The actual msrments come out looking really strange. Do you then have the kids convert tsp to Tbsp to quarts or whatever else so when they place an order for all ingredients needed, the measurements makes sense? Placing an order for 50 tsp. of vanilla just doesn't make sense to me in the real world. Hardest part looks like taking 2/3 of the icing recipes (that serve 18). Thanks for your help! Your products are always amazing and so engaging!!
Beth bas117@comcast.net
March 13, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
*For finding the icing for 12, yes students would take 2/3 of the original recipe since it is for 18.
*For 12 and 50 dozen, yes they will multiply by 12 and 50. I honestly didn't think to include metric conversions and have them convert to a larger measurement. I think that's a great idea and a piece I can add in.
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I am interested in buying your 6th grade math bundle, but my question is what is the difference between the two packets besides the name common core. I teach in 6th grade in TN and this year we are taking the TCAP. I like your mini reviews( and would like to use them to help my students review for TCAP) but is there a huge difference between the common core packet and the other one. If so can you explain the difference.
March 3, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
The common core packet has all of my common core materials with terminology, standards, etc. It also includes the benchmark, posters and checklists. The regular bundle has all of my 6th grade resources and my standard review booklets, but without any mention of the CCSS (I revised the review booklets to no longer include CCSS standards and terms. The questions remain the same). I know more and more states are opting out of Common Core (I believe some districts won't allow teachers to buy or use anything that refers to CCSS) so I wanted to bundle my products in ways that will work for everyone! I hope that helps!
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Ian Robins  (TpT Seller) re: 7th Grade Math Common Core Benchmark Exam
Hi, I love the resources! Will there be one for 8th grade benchmark as well?
February 27, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
There already is! If you click the "most recent" tab at the top of my listings, the 8th grade benchmark will be towards the top of that list.
February 27, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

Chantel Johnson
Chantel Johnson  (TpT Seller)
Hi Lindsay!
I was looking at your 6th Grade Common Core Benchmark Exam & the 6th Grade Common Core Mini-Assessments and was curious if the questions were different in these two items?

Thank you!
Chantel Johnson
February 20, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
Yes, they are different!
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Linda Leal  (TpT Seller)
Does the 7th grade unit $30 come with the percent's bundle that you have for $10? I already purchased the mini assessments earlier in the year and I know I have photos for you. Just have to check on the media papers for kids. If it doesn't come with it, could you add it for only $5 more since I already purchased the mini assessments?
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
I'm sorry, but the percents bundle is not included in the 7th grade Common Core Bundle. I do not want to add it to the bundle, as it is not aligned to common core, the way the other resources in the bundle are. Looking forward to your photos!
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Elizabeth F. re: Inequalities Powerpoint Review Game
Maybe this is dumb, but do you have instructions for this game?
I understand the concept of Jeopardy but not sure how to apply it to a class of 25 students.
Thanks
February 12, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
It's not dumb at all! What I suggest is putting them in groups of 5. Each student should have their own answer sheet and one group member can be the one who shares the answer via white board (if you have them).

I would randomly select which group gets to pick the first category (maybe make it the first group that was organized). Even though that group picks, each individual student needs to solve the problem on their own. The groups must agree on one single answer.

You can either have groups hold up their answer and the first group to hold up the correct answer gets the points, OR you can have all 5 groups hold up answers at the same time, giving points to everyone who has it correct. If you play that way, simply go around the room, allowing groups to pick the next category and point value.

If you give points based on who has the answer correct first, let that group pick the next category/point value.

I hope that helps! My kids always loved having some competition. :) If you need further ideas, please email me at lindsayperro@gmail.com
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Buyer re: 8th Grade Operations with Scientific Notation Stations
What are the six stations?
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Lindsay Perro  (TpT Seller)
The stations are:
1- Reviewing numbers written in scientific notation
2- Adding numbers in scientific notation
3- Subtracting numbers in scientific notation
4- Multiplying numbers in scientific notation
5- Dividing numbers in scientific notation
6- Scientific notation word problems
October 1, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

After spending 8 years as a classroom teacher and Middle School Math Intervention Teacher I am currently working at home as a math curriculum writer, taking a few years to spend more time with my children. Even though I'm not currently "in" the classroom, I'm developing lessons and assessments for students across the country by working with a variety of companies. I'm excited to take what I'm learning and create some great products for teachers here on TPT!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in a structured, organized and comfortable classroom where students don't hesitate to ask questions, work together and try their best!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a B.S. in Elementary Education (K-8) with a Minor in History. I am highly qualified to teach Middle School Mathematics.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I'm a wife, mom, teacher and writer. I love creating fun materials for the classroom that guide teachers away from the textbook!