Parallel Lines, Transversals, and their Angles Notes and Quiz Bundle. This is an extensive collection of worksheets that tests the knowledge of angles from parallel lines.
This unit is part of my
Parallel Lines Super Bundle
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A set of worksheets for telling time practice.
Two worksheets are provided: On the first, students read the clock and record the correct time. On the second, they add hands to the clock faces to match the time displayed. Both pages include clocks

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This is a "cheat sheet" how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions, and fraction conversions

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Use this student self-reflecting behavior and work habits report card for students to score themselves. Students will be very honest and you can use this during student led conferences, or more than one time throughout the year to gauge students'

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Bundled Unit (at a discount!) for Probability. 19 Pages! - 4 Handouts (Lessons) / 5 Worksheets / 5 Keys
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Counting

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Find the Part, Whole, and Percent using the proportion method! This is a percent reference/notes sheet that will help students to learn how to do percents using the proportion method. The proportion method is described fully along with examples.

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Teachers can provide students with notes to reinforce skills taught in class such as factors, prime and composite numbers and multiples. Teachers can give all students a copy to assist with homework and studying. Teachers can also print notes in

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Multiplication Flash Cards Printable. I recommend copying each set of facts on a different color of paper, then students cut them apart and place them in a plastic zip bag! Enjoy!

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Rounding Chart helps students visually see where numbers round to the nearest 10, 100, and even to the nearest 1,000. Common Core Standards want students to be able to round numbers on a number line. These are great charts that can be used for

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Anchor chart for students to "remind" them of conceptual strategies for adding and subtracting 2 digit numbers without using the standard regrouping algorithms.
My district uses "Investigations" so we do not teach students to "carry and borrow"

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Bundled Unit (at a discount!) for Quadrilaterals. 12 Pages! - 3 Handouts (Lessons) / 4 Worksheets / 1 Quiz / 4 Keys
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This is a review sheet how to add, subtract, multiply, divide, write decimals, round, and compare decimals.

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Build your own fractions using ice cream scoops. This is a great minilesson to use after introducing basic fractions. Each student will create their own a cone using 4 ice cream scoops. The students can get creative with their ice cream choices.

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Print and enlarge! Or use as a hand-out. Poster contains definitions and examples of how to find the area and perimeter of shapes. Specifically designed for a student to quickly understand; not distracting images or colors. Great for a

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A set of 9 simple number lines. Currently, I use these with my third grade class but I have used them with several grades as well as with students needing extra help in math. There are six number lines per page. Simply cut them out and hand them out

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This product is a simple product that can be used for practice, homework, a test, or a quiz. This product will test whether or not students can order numbers from least to greatest based on the value of each number. This is great to use to work

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Properties of Real Numbers Unit - notes, charts, class activity, and mini assessment. Unit covers real numbers, irrational numbers, whole numbers, integers, and natural numbers. Unit helps students identify and classify numbers within their subsets.

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Geometry - Types of Triangles Crossword
Word list: ACUTE EQUILATERAL ISOSCELES NINETY OBTUSE RIGHT SCALENE TRIANGLE

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Bundled Unit (at a discount!) for Algebra Basics – Symbols, Variables, Expressions, Formulas, Like Terms, Expressions vs. Equations.
19 Pages! 4 Handouts (Lessons) / 7 Worksheets / 7 Keys
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This foldable is great for learning or reviewing three
Dimensional shapes. Not only do you get a great visual
learning tool, but you also get a great examples and a great
Guided practice to do with your students.
I have included everything you

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Print and enlarge! Or use as a hand-out. Contains a t-chart with stem words, steps, and tips to properly answer a math extended response question. Specifically designed for a student to quickly understand; not distracting images or colors. Great

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In an easy to read and understand, question and answer format, the student learns that just like Oil And Water don't mix, in Algebra you cannot combine "unlike" terms. Students will discover What Is A Term? What are Like Terms? How Separating Terms

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This is a basic practice sheet for subtracting 4 digit numbers in the thousands across zeroes. There is a space next to each problem for students to check their work using addition. Includes 28 problems on one page. The second page is the answer

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Bundled Unit (at a discount!) for Algebra Basics – Equations: One-step, Two-step, Simplify then Solve, Variables on Both Sides.
47 Pages! 4 Handouts (Lessons) / 14 Worksheets / 14 Keys
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This is a 24 problem worksheet where students look at the graph of a linear equation and then write the equation in slope-intercept form.

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A Wizard of Oz theme for addition bingo. Includes one digit addition, two digit addition and three digit addition. This is not fluency practice bingo, it is "let's make sure the kiddos can add larger numbers" bingo :-)
Included:
25 different bingo

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This is a great tool to use when teaching the strategy Par-Part-Whole to your students. You can laminate the mat so your students can use dry erase markers and the mats will now be reusable.

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This is a packet for teaching Geometric Mean. There are 2 practice sheets, 1 Think, Pair, Share sheet (Common Core), and 1 quiz. The first Geometric Mean practice sheet involves the idea of water slides so it's a little fun for the students. The

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This handout is to practice equations with. I have drawn 10 pictures that resemble a teeter totter. This helps supplement hands on equations and the thought process of balance. Use this page to give the students 10 practice problems.

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One sheet with all of the rules of Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing decimals. Perfect for students to keep in their binders to refresh their memories. Includes examples. Document also includes a worksheet.
Gina Antidormi

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This sheet was created to help students identify clue words for solving word and story problems in math. This can be used to in their math journals or as a single resource. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division clue words are included.

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24 Different Awards/Certificates that can be given to your students at the end of the year! Awards and Certificates include:
Most Friendly
Most Creative
Best Artist
Most likely to be a teacher
Neatest Handwriting
Most Respectful
Most

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Bundled Unit (at a discount!) for Systems of Two Linear Equations
Over 20 Pages! - 4 Handouts (Lessons) / 7 Worksheets / 7 Keys
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This is a relations and functions worksheet. The students look at graphs containing dots and decide rather or not the dots form a linear or nonlinear relationship.

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A unique 34 page lesson on the Percent of Increase/Decrease. The lesson begins with 2 real life situations of percent of increase then decrease. Following, are 6 visual slides for the student to determine the percent of change. Next, will be 5

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I teach an accelerated 6th grade math class and we cover integer operations which is part of the 7th grade common core. The following activity, Integer Diamond Problems, gives students the opportunity to practice integer operations. I created this

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This homework packet cover is wonderful for keeping students on target with their homework. You can fix it how you like. Change it up or even leave the spaces blank so students can write their own assignments in. You will definitely need to change

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On two separate pages, a blank and a completed 12 by 12 table for multiplication table facts.
Can be used by students as a reference or to study, assess, practice, or in conjunction with other tools--flash cards, worksheets, etc.
Please check

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Math Timesavers is a 90 page, quality collection of difficult-to-find, often-used forms, masters and reproducible sheets for your math program. Math Timesavers has them all (K-8). They are visually attractive, professionally designed and ready for

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Probability Bundle - I thru IV for Busy Teachers
Compound Probability includes a detailed

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This is a FREE 20 question Adding Fractions worksheet with answer key.

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Here is a partner activity that students can work on together. Product includes 16 problems. Copy and laminate the “problem sheet”. You could also do this with the “answer recording sheet” and have students write on it with dry-erase markers. Be

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A simple number line is all you need to teach addition & subtraction equations, as well as an introduction to using a ruler.
This number line can be printed on card stock and laminated for long-term use.
This can be used for whole or small

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Print and enlarge! Or use as a hand-out. Poster contains amounts for length, weight, mass and time. Specifically designed for a student to quickly understand; not distracting images or colors. Great for a mini-lesson or test prep.

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Solving Linear Inequalities including simple ones, variables on both sides, distributing, and compound inequalities.
5 Pages: Handout (Lesson) / 2 Worksheets / 2 Keys
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A basic 5 page problem solving steps poster. I have this up all year and refer to it often.

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Solving Linear Inequalities including a summary of symbols, solving, graphing on a number line, emphasis on switching symbol when multiplying or dividing by a negative. Includes examples.
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Handout useful for helping students understand the metric measurement system. The handout can help students who need help in understanding how to convert using the metric system and know if they will need to add or subtract the zeros.

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Use this fun Round Man lesson to teach 2nd-4th grade rounding.

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Explanation & rule summaries of how negative and zero exponents work.
5 Pages: Handout (Lesson) / 2 Worksheets / 2 Keys
Equation editor software within MS Word is used for a clear, professional look.
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Anchor chart for students to "remind" them of conceptual strategies for multiplying and dividing numbers so concept understanding is in place.
My district uses "Investigations" so we focus on concept over memorization. Students I tutor find

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