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Math Word Problem Board - Graphic Organizer
Print on card stock and laminate. Use dry erase markers to write on.
Students quickly learn how to complete word problems. Perfect for differentiated instruction, ELL students, ESL students, special education students, and students that just need a few

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Cut out the slips of paper provided, and have students work in cooperative groups to match each polynomial to its description and classification. Have students glue the matched answers to a sheet of paper and grade it as an informal assessment. Resource is organized as its own answer key before be

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2 Step Multiplication Word Problem Board - Graphic Organizer "Let's Write A Two Step, Multiplication Problem"
Print on card stock and laminate. Use dry erase markers to write on. Teacher instructions and sentence stems are included on the Excel worksheet; however, only the student board is in the

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Split students into tables, give each student a personal whiteboard and assign each player at each table a letter either A,B,C, or D.
Give teams 5 minutes to create the castle they will be defending on a sheet of anchor chart paper.
Show the problems you plug into this ppt on the projector to rev

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This is a fun geometry activity involving surface area and volume of spheres. The students will work cooperatively together to take the given sphere and match it to the appropriate surface area and volume.
There are numerous other activities similar to this one in my TPT store. These include:
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Box and Whisker Plot Task Cards (Ink Saver & Colored-Versions Available)
“Practice Makes Perfect!” With these task cards, your students will be able to practice key mathematical concepts.
The product includes:
-40 Box and Whisker Plot Task Cards
-Answer Key
-Recording Sheet
You can get your s

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Students get confused when confronted with negative and rational exponents. At a bare minimum, they associate negative exponents with fractions and rational exponents have fractions. In this activity, students are forced to consider various permutations of negative signs, negative exponents and r

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The problems and activities within this document are designed to assist students in achieving the following standards: S.IC.1 and S.IC.3, as well as the standards for mathematics practice and the literacy standards. They are also designed to help the teacher assess the students’ abilities when it c

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The problems and activities within this document are designed to assist students in achieving the following standards: S.ID.4, S.IC.1, S.IC.2, S.IC.3, S.IC.4, S.IC.5, S.IC.6, S.CP.A.2, S.CP.A.3, and S.CP.A.5, as well as the standards for mathematics practice and the literacy standards. They are als

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Use as a teambuilder or review content which has been already been learned! They fill in two true statements and one fictional statement. Their teammates will then find the fiction! This is a great way for teachers to assess the learning of their students in a fun way. They could even create these a

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The problems and activities within this document are designed to assist students in achieving the following standards: G.C. and G.MG.3 as well as the standards for mathematics practice and the literacy standards. They are also designed to help the teacher assess the students’ abilities when it come

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This product is for the digital materials needed to create the Flip It booklet.
Note: You will also need to laminate and choose a material to put the booklets together. I used book rings.
Flip it in the Classroom-
Flip it can be used with just about any topic you cover in math.
I prefer

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Objective: Students will be practicing how to solve for multi-step equations using various methods.
The questions are at the bottom and the answers of an other question is on top of the page.
Directions:
*Print the 10 Questions and post them in the room or hallway.
*Give each student a recording

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Literal Equations: MathLib. Topics/Challenges: - Solving for y=mx+b - Solving by factoring-out the variable - Solving by Eliminating Fractions - Solving when the variable is in the denominator. This is a class favorite and can be used in many different ways: Option 1 - StationsOption 2 - Scoot Game

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This is a step by step flow chart on how to perform completing the square using vertex form. It has been useful for my students that I have taught in the past.

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This 2 - 3 class period project requires partners to write, solve, and reflect on systems of linear equations that are based on student saving habits. This packet can be completed as a project or classwork grade, and covers graphing, substitution, and elimination. Checkpoints are built into the pack

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