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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Math: 2.1 Place Value through the Hundreds Place: 20 printables
Key concepts tested:
Â· Be able to identify ones, tens, and hundreds place values.
Â· Be able to construct, write, and read a model of any given number using base block

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This is a "cheat sheet" that I give to my students to study form and use on homework, etc. It list the basic customary and metric conversions for length, capacity, and weight. There are two on each letter sized page to save paper. Also, check out my

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This test covers the content in common core standard MCC5.OA.1. The test includes a mix of multiple choice and open response questions to challenge students.
I created this test with the implementation of the common core standards in Georgia in

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Math:SOL 2.2 Assessment and Study Guide on Ordinal Positions 1st through 20th : 5 pages include Test, Game, and Study Guide: Tests the following concepts.
How to...
Count an ordered set of objects, using the ordinal-number words first through

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Math:Two Dimensional Assessment and Study Guide
Key concepts tested:
Â· Students will identify and define a circle, square, triangle and a rectangle
Â· Students will sort the above shapes and many other shapes by shape properties
Â· Sort and

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1.20 Classify and Sort: Assessment and Study Guide: 4 pages tests:
Ã¢ï¿½Â¢Students ability to classify objects by one or more attributes
Ã¢ï¿½Â¢Students ability to identify objects that belong to a set due to size, shape, color or other

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Writing number words one through one hundred. Visual Learning!

Math:2.1 Rounding Assessment and Study Guide Fun: Key concepts tested:
â€¢Define Rounding
â€¢Use tools and strategies like a number line to help round
â€¢Rounding two digit numbers to the nearest tens
Keywords: Math, Test, assessment,

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Math: 2.2 Comparing Numbers 0-999: ,= Assessment and Study Guide: key concepts:
â€¢ Students will use descriptive words like greater than, less than, or equal to
â€¢ Be able to group numbers from greater to less or less to greater
â€¢ Students

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Math: 3.3 Comparing Numbers 0- 9,999: ,= Assessment and Study Guide: key concepts tested:
â€¢Students will use descriptive words like greater than, less than, or equal to
â€¢Be able to group numbers from greater to less or less to

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SOL K.3 Math: Assessment and Study Guide on Ordinal Positions 1st through 10th : 4 pages includes Test, Game, and Study Guide: Tests the following concepts:
How to...
Count an ordered set of objects, using the ordinal-number words first through

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The original GED math practice test is such a big seller that I have added a new and updated test (aligns to 2015 GED test) to this file, for my loyal and new customers. That's right! 2 GED math practice tests.
Now is the time to gauge

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This is a visual Quick-Look document for students to use as a cheat sheet or visual guide to understand how to convert standard numbers to scientific notation form and scientific notation numbers to standard form.
It clearly explains when to use

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Send this informational sheet home with parents to give them insight in the new math techniques you are teaching their child. This cheat sheet contains steps, tips, practice, and extra problems on dividing using Base 10 Block Pictures, also known

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This three page document are three handouts that I give to my students to study from and use as a reference.
Page 1. Rules of Integers. (Inc. how to add, subtract, multiply and signed numbers.)
Page 2 Rules for the 4 basic operations with regard

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A great review or definition handout for class folders. Definitions for lines and angles.

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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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Test, quiz or study guide includes the following type questions:
matching word names to numbers
finding the value of a digit in a given number
writing numbers in standard form
writing numbers in expanded form
finding greater than and less

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This is a template for a conversion wheel that aides in the conversion between prefixes commonly used in metric measurements. I developed this a few years ago in order to help my students convert between measures such as meters to centimeters,

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Reference material that students can fill in and then refer to frequently throughout the year. Comes with an equivalency chart to fill in as well as number line to complete for halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, ninths, and

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This is a handy list of the most used fractions, decimals, and percents. I encourage my students to learn tricks to memorize these after we learn how to convert them, just for quickness....

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The new GED math test includes topics never used on the earlier test.
I have found that it is best if topics align with both College and Career Readiness and CCSS Standards.
The 2 PDF's can be used as a syllabus of topics to teach in ABE and GED

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I use this every year. I have my students make this math foldable during our central tendency review and they keep it in their math folders to use when needed. Everyone knows the steps to finding the central tendencies (mean, median, mode, range)

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Here is a document that students, teachers, and parents can use to help them to divide any number easily and with more confidence. No longer should you fear math or say to yourself, "I can't divide, especially not the larger numbers." Using these

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Math: Beginner Place Value Tens & Ones Assessment and Study Guide. Key concepts included:
. Identify ones place
. Identify tens place
. Count sets
. Illustrate number
Keywords: Place value, Tens and Ones, SOL 1.2, Math, First, Second

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For 4th, 5th and 6th grade math. Teaching divisibility rules using fun games and examples. Students can follow the rules to play the games using the vortex to see if they are correct. For use with SMART Notebook technology and SMART boards.

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Expressions and Equations Self Quiz Sheets! are great for vocabulary reinforcement pages and for test preparation of math vocabulary. These sheets were created to assist students to practice quizzing themselves on key vocabulary regarding

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This is a flip book that your students can use as a reference when they are learning the steps to long division. I have used this with my Exceptional Education students and it has been very successful. It can be used as an entry to an interactive

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The following .pdf file contains 11 pages of pre-algebra/algebra vocabulary pages that I put in the front of my students' math journals. As the year progresses I have students fill out a definition, example, and a picture if applicable for each

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A great review sheet for geometry vocabulary: shapes, transformations, similar & congruent. I use this a definition "cheat" sheet that goes in students folders.

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This is a note taking sheet for how to change Fractions, Decimals, and Percents.

This is a foldable to help students remember when to use the verb "ser". The mnemonic is from spanishdict.com (DOCTOR).

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ALL students can be successful at factoring a trinomial. This resource paper will help any student struggling with the arithmetic aspect of factoring. This paper also gives instructions for using a graphing calculator to find the complete list of

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This is 2 worksheets in one. The first worksheet is on reducing fractions and simplifying improper fractions. The second is equivalent forms: changing between fractions, decimals, and percents. Both worksheets are regenerating, meaning each time

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This is a 6 page document that explains powers and exponents, how to find the values of numbers with exponents, special powers, adding and subtracting numbers with powers and multiplying and dividing number with powers. There are rules and a step by

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Use this packet to practice necessary basic math operations to be successful on the TSI or ACCUPLACER. Even though the College Ready Packets were meant to prepare students for college entrance exams, they can be useful for any secondary math class

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Teach basic multiplication facts the fun way.

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This is part of a series of bi-fold booklets on Understanding Math and Science topics. This document contains an eight-page bi-fold booklet that explains the concept of ruler fractions.
The booklet should be used with the corresponding work booklet

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Easy to read, follow, and learn table for finding the perimeter, area, and volume of regular shapes. Works well for helping students see how formulas relate to each other. This table is great for organization, review, and test preparation.

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Triangles can be classified by sides and angles. This graphic organizer illustrates the relationships between sides and angles. This can be used as a class activity and/or a study guide at home.

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Print this place value decimal chart on card stock or paper for students to use with manipulatives for Decimal Place Value Lessons.

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Use this packet to practice necessary basic math operations to be successful on the TSI or ACCUPLACER. Even though the College Ready Packets were meant to prepare students for college entrance exams, they can be useful for any secondary math class

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I've created a series of cards for sequence counting. Each card contains a picture of a movement; have students do the movement as they count the numbers (this helps with memorization). Print these cards and paste/laminate them onto colored paper

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A flow chart with all of the trigonometric functions and a description of how to derive trigonometric relationships based on simple operations on the elements of the chart. As long as you know the set up of the flow chart and one or two very basic

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This is part of a series of bi-fold booklets on Understanding Math and Science topics. This document contains an eight-page bi-fold booklet that explains the concept of rounding numbers to nearest 10, 100, 1000.
The booklet should be used with the

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Study Guide to accompany Polygon Powerpoint by What's New for Teachers

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Easy to read, follow, and learn table for finding the perimeter, area, and volume of regular shapes. Works well for helping students see how formulas relate to each other. This table is great for organization, review, and test preparation.

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