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If you’re looking for a way that give kids the opportunity to see what it’s like to have the financial responsibilities of an adult, this Project-based Learning Simulation is it! In this financial literacy unit, kids will confront the challenges we all face, as they try to make their money last the

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This engaging activity allows students to use a real life scenario to apply scatterplot data and line of best fit to. Students use data to solve a mystery and capture the correct suspect.
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This is a quick, one page activity involving simple and compound interest. It presents a car and its price and offers four financing options. Students calculate the total to be repaid for each option. Great for comparing compound and simple interest or showing how length of a loan affects credit!
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This bundle includes 2 engaging activities where students can apply the skills of plotting points in a scatterplot, making a line of best fit, and finding the slope of the line to find missing data. Fun scenarios of Sasquatch and a crime scene hook kids into learning.
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Cells - Cell Size Diffusion and Math Lab
Why are cells so small? This integrated math lab allows students to experiment with various "cell" sizes to determine the ideal cell size. Lab activity includes lots of measurements and calculations to demonstrate why the ratio of surface area to volume is

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Included in this product you will find a credit card simulation activity that requires students to choose between three different furniture store credit cards (all with different interest rates and special deals). After they choose a credit card and fill out an application, they will practice calcul

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This is one of the most interesting and engaging lessons I use every year dealing with personal finance. The students are always interested to find out what the value of the car they are driving or riding in everyday is worth. This lesson teaches students how higher interest rates and length of lo

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The scenario on this chart is as follows:
"MasterCard sent you a fabulous new credit card offer in the mail. It is a special card for teens with really low minimum monthly payment percent of 4%. In exchange for the low minimum monthly payment percent, MasterCard raised your APR to 18%. You decid

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These "Scholar Dollars" are great for a classroom incentive program. Dollars come in $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. Each dollar has a quote from a historical figure along with a stock photo of the individual. This is a perfect positive reward system and also teaches students about money, money mana

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Welcome to the world of economic exchange! Throughout history, people have traded, bartered, negotiated, and haggled in order to receive the greatest amount of goods for the lowest cost. From the direct trade of goods to the use of currency, people have found ways to satisfy their wants and needs. T

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Students will get a great introduction to additive inverse and integers on a number line. Using a work mat and integer models students will make predictions and model additive inverse and positive and negative integers. Using this discovery lab, or inquiry activity, to start the unit helps students

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The question listed on Scenario 1 is as follows:
"In this scenario we purchased 1 item for $1000. (This could be a new TV, summer vacation, Laptop, etc.) We did not have the cash at the time so we charged it to our Visa. This particular credit card requires that we make a minimum payment of 13% ea

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This is a part of my Classroom Economy. I will be posting my entire economy packet soon! If you like this, and would like to know more about how I run my economy, please head to my blog!
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Students in grades 5 - 9 model the spread of an infectious disease under the entertaining theme of a zombie outbreak. One student unknowingly is patient zero and students simulate the spread of an airborne illness. This highly engaging activity covers health topics, nature of science, and math ski

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This engaging activity allows students to apply their knowledge of slope, scatterplot data, and line of best fit to figure out how tall Sasquatch is. Taking the role of engineers, students use a foot print of sasquatch to approximate his height which is needed to construct a trap. An engaging news

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Students independently and effectively discover several of the more advanced trigonometry concepts presented in High School. You be the facilitator!
Most students just accept equations and theorems as a given in math. But, in many cases, the theorems and equations are just an extension of what they

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Ever wondered what Barbie would look like if she were real? Now you can work with your students to find out!
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In order to save you and your students time, I measured various segments of Barbie's actual doll measurements. Students can use their measurements from Parts 1 and 2 of the Human B

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This lesson activity is an educational game that teaches:
1) How using the distance formula is important in a very real life situation and,
2) How to optimize a network of path from the inside of a triangle to its vertices.
2 Versions of the game are provided. One for students just learning to us

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What's in the Hand: Activity makes learning mode, median, mean, and range fun. You will need two packs of playing cards in order to use 10 different variations. I use giant clothes pins to hold a total of 9 cards for each station. Each student gets a worksheet and is assigned to a group of 4-5 stude

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Are you tired of hearing your students say "When would you ever use this!?" This lesson is a perfect way to silence their complaints!
I originally designed this lesson to be used after watching the episode "Convergence"of the CBS television series Numb3rs. I think every middle/HS teacher should o

I came up with this activity to teach the metric system to my gifted students. The problem centers around Taylor Swift going on tour and requiring some information from my students. You could definitely change the artist to someone more popular with your group of kids.
I posed the problem to them

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This worksheet consists of free response and multiplice choice problems assessing students knowledge on parallel lines cut by a transversal. It is aligned with the G.2 Virginia SOL and Common Core. It covers finding missing angles, proving two lines are parallel, and using algebraic expressions to f

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This interactive powerpoint presentation will get your students solving multi-step equations with ease, understanding the process if solving multi-step equations, and being able to explain multi-step equations to others. It is designed with special education students and other students who take mor

Students independently, effectively and comprehensively discover all the relationships and patterns within the Unit Circle. You be the facilitator!
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Students find visualizing some aspects of math difficult. But,

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