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Ratios and Proportional Reasoning skills is my absolute FAVORITE unit to teach! I love how you are able to break down units, proportions, scale factors and so much more all in a logical sense for students.
This Ratios and Proportional Reasoning unit contains 9 unique lessons that have been tried an

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Also included in: Seventh Grade Math Interactive Notebook Bundle- All Standards

This is a set of 48 terms that have to be sorted in the correct category (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, or Equals). This product is intended to strengthen your students’ skill at translating sentences into equations. What’s Included• 48 Terms to Be Sorted• Blank Chart to Sort Te

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Also included in: 7th Grade Math Bundle ~ All My 7th Grade Math Products for 1 Low Price

This MEGA Bundle contains lessons for an Interactive Notebook for 6th, 7th and 8th Grade Math. This Ultimate Bundle not only provides the Flippables (foldable activities) but also items necessary to complete your Interactive Notebook (INB) lessons as well as an online photo gallery for each of the g

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Common Core ready math interactive notebook page for Box Plots. Another in our series of foldables for middle school math. Download and use today.

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Using brightly colored xerox paper and a scissors students are actively engaged in taking notes. Through a few simple folds and cuts students create a sales tag that can then be used to take notes and do practice problems on finding discounts/sale price.

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The battle begins! Students are learning how to solve basic equations in one variable, and the problems are "so easy" they can "do it in their heads" and don't want to show work! Here is a strategy that has helped me get students to show the work I really want. Very adaptable - especially useful

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This graphic organizer and practice problems help students understand how to communicate mathematical concepts in four different representations:- Graphical- Numerical- Algebraic- WordsThis specific Rule of Four handout focuses on Linear Representations.If you are looking for an extension activity b

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Also included in: Linear Representations Unit Bundle (Algebra 2 Curriculum)

In this lesson students will be able to match and describe the inclination of a line to each of the scenarios. There are 4 graphs in each set that matches with exactly one scenario. I included a handout for each set of graphs with sentence starters to help students that struggle when it comes to w

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TEKS 8.11 CFoldable that covers what a sample is, population size, random samples, biased samples, and representative samples. Includes examples of each.*Cut on dotted line only*

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This is a 4-lesson bundle that is designed for use in a 7th Grade Math classroom. Three of the lessons are geared towards the 7th Grade TEKS (Texas) and the other one is geared toward 8th grade. If you teach Pre-AP, this would be perfect for you! Included in this product:*Understanding your Paycheck

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I have included all Math Keywords in one easy foldable.
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It fits great in your Math Interactive Notebook. Enjoy!
To assemble, print pages 1 and 2 in duplex mode. Then cut off the bottom portion and fold in on the dotted lines. You can either use my copy or have the students fold their own pape

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With some xerox paper, Scotch tape, ruler and playing cards you can help students create a study guide they will be sure to use! A couple quick measurements, several folds, some tape and two playing cards and you have a hands-on guide in which students can write vocabulary and examples to help guid

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This is a printable file with *100* pre-planned questions that are perfect to use for math discussions. Math discussions are a great way to get your students talking about the math and applying a purpose to what you are teaching in class. It allows flexibility for the teacher to choose which one goe

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The distributive property needs to be broken into steps for students. I created this sheet for my math class. It is in simple steps with examples. You can even laminate it or tape a clear overhead sheet over it! Use some dry erase markers and it is very helpful!!!!

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This foldable have the simple interest formula plus three different formulas to find the other missing pieces (rate, time, and principle). Each flap has the formula for the missing information and a sample problem. There is a version that is fill in the blank and one that is totally filled in. Th

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Students will love the four part organizer for problem solving. The window design allows students to list and illustrate the initial problem, important details, solution process, and answer check. Simply download the PDF and print it out for individuals or enlarge it as a poster to put the problem

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This is a set of guided notes to help students grasp the concepts of simple and compound interest.

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This graphic organizer form of note taking allows students to fully grasp each three-dimensional shape. Each page includes real life examples of the shape to make it more relevant to students. It also has a space to fill in the volume and surface area formulas, as well as a diagram of the shape and

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Allow your students to gain deeper understanding of NEGATIVE POWERS OF 10 by identifying and placing items into the correct categories. This would be a great formative assessment activity for learners.Use this activity for:CentersAssessmentHomeworkReviewInteractive NotebooksThese differentiated acti

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Also included in: NEGATIVE POWERS OF TEN EXPONENTS BUNDLE Differentiated Activities

This conversion cheat sheet allowed my special education students to understand how to write conversions. They didn't even know that in. stood for inches, and this chart did the trick. We blew this up so all students could access it, and all students responded well to it.

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