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8 posters and a student/parent handout (all 8.5"x11") depicting the eight common core standards for mathematical practice.
These math practice standards are common for all grade levels, but my poster illustrations are definitely algebraic in focus,

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Algebra Cheat Sheets is a set of black-line masters showing examples and procedures for teaching 40 algebraic concepts. Most cheat sheets come in two versions -- one with an example and the second with space for student notes. Comprehensive

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NWEA RIT scores 140 - 200
These pages will help both the teacher and parents prepare students to tackle NWEA testing. The pages are written in parent friendly language with examples and vocabulary necessary for children to know and understand.

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In this packet, you will find 10 pages of review questions for a student who has just completed Algebra One.
Perfect to keep algebra skills fresh over the summer!
There are no lessons in this packet, only review sheets.
The problems are mixed

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This 7 slide power point is a great introduction to the distributive property of multiplication. It asks the essential question of "What is the Distributive Property of Multiplication"? and then two characters, an owl and a young girl, talk about

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These long division slips can be used as bookmarks, reminders to be taped on students' desk, or as a guide to be sent home to parents. Also see the classroom poster that I made of this. There are 2 cards per page.
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This is a collection of foldables for the first semester of Algebra 2. The first 2 slides in each file are the outline or skeleton version that can be printed or posted for students. The remaining slides contain the teacher information and

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Quick two page reference sheet for 8th grade Common Core Math including key vocabulary terms, calculator tips and tricks for key 8th grade skills including scatter plots, linear equations, and systems of equations, formulas to remember, and CUBES

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Looking for a great way to practice the PART PART WHOLE concept? Here is a ready made game for whole group, small group instruction, or even sending home as an extra resource?
Your kiddos can create number sentences equaling up to 30. Then they are

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This file includes one sheet of missing addend practice with equations that have the equal sign on either side. It also includes one sheet of missing addend word problems.

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This is an problem solving activity with more than one way to represent a solution. I have included solutions/strategies in the teaching notes on the side of the pages. It is designed to stretch students' thinking skills.
I have experience

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Students are guided through the process of using the elimination method to solve systems of equations. The first problem is solved for them as an example.

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This short 10 question assessment can be used to assess students' knowledge of algebra functions. The format and question stems are similar to the CST test.

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Use Algebra Tiles to teach foundational skills in Algebra like combining like terms, the distributive property, properties with integers, factoring trinomials, mulitplying binomials, solving equations and more!

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MS Word document. Begins with three step-by-step examples of distributive property equations. Then, has one step-by-step problem followed by four simple equations with work space.

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Students will practice converting between fraction, decimal and percent.

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This document contains 8 of these weekly tests that you can give to your students once a week. During this week I encourage my students to make corrections on these by giving back full credit on corrections they can show me they understand the

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A quick systems of linear equations project that was given to my students before final exams. This is a great way to alternatively assess your students!
You can see how this project works by copying and pasting the link

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Give your students a little extra practice in knowing if a functions is linear or non-linear.
Included:
Teacher Note Page
Practice Page
INTRODUCTIONS TO FUNCTIONS by FELICIA BRADLEY is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported

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This 19 question test covers the topics of solving equations, solving inequalities, solving compound inequalities, solving aboslute value equations and inequalities, properties of real numbers, categorizing real numbers, and solving word problems.

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This guided activity leads students through the process of measuring the length and width of a rectangular space. The measurements are used in the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate the diagonal. Students will later use the same process in a

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Students often approach me with graphing calculators and say “This is broken,” or “the batteries are dead.” More often than not, the calculator is still usable. This guide should help you restore life to many of those calculators, AAA, texas

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This wonderful little packet includes an instructional video (approximately 5 minutes long), notes, practice problems, and a key. Great for new teachers, substitute teachers, or homeschool.

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This wonderful lesson includes an instructional video (approximately 5 minutes long), notes, practice problems, and a key. Great for new teachers, substitute teachers, and homeschool! :)

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This wonderful lesson includes an instructional video (approximately 5 minutes long), notes, practice problems, and a key. Great for new teachers, substitute teachers, and homeschool! :)

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This wonderful lesson includes an instructional video (approximately 5 minutes long), notes, practice problems, and a key. Great for new teachers, substitute teachers, and homeschool! :)

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This wonderful lesson includes an instructional video (approximately 5 minutes long), notes, practice problems, and a key. Great for new teachers, substitute teachers, and homeschool! :)
Discusses basic graphing of parent functions & word

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This PowerPoint walks students through the basics of exponents - how to evaluate positive bases with positive and negative exponents. This is great to use with a whole group, small group, or individually. It can be done at a technology center

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This worksheet starts by pointing out to students that they have been unknowingly adding integers in real life. This will help them relate in a concrete way to adding integers. The top part is good for teaching the lesson.

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This worksheet starts with an example to invoke students' background knowledge. Below the example, students are introduced to the actual rules of subtracting integers. This is also good for parents who are trying to understand the reasoning behind

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Algebra bump game that allows students to practice combining like terms.

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This short quiz has a combinations of 14, one and two step equations. Questions have a mix of the four operations needed to solve.

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This "family math" game, designed for students to take home and play with their families, can also be played with partners in class to practice adding and subtracting integers. Each pair of players will need a deck of ordinary playing cards.

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Here are some resources I've "tweaked" over the years to exchange information with students at the start of a new school year or semester.
Page 1 is a classroom contract I developed based on Harry Wong's suggestions in "The First Days of School."

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This is the editable version of my back-to-school night tri-fold!
Back-to-school nights at middle/high schools are fast-paced and hectic. You normally get about 8 minutes with the parents and everyone gives out and annotated copy of the class

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Handout includes the rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers. It has examples and includes a story at the bottom that helps students remember rules with signs. Great for keeping as notes in student binders!

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You will learn step by step how to find the slope given an equation. Some slopes will be easy to spot a mile down the road. With some, you might just have to do a happy dance when you figure them out. Hold onto that dance, it will be a celebration

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A clear and well defined outline of classroom expectations is necessary in all classrooms. This form includes classroom rules, expectations, and a tear out page to be signed by parent and students upon reviewing the syllabus.

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Have the students match the problem on one end of the domino with the answer on the end of the another. This will lead them to the next problem to solve!
Print out the set of dominoes (preferably on card stock so it is more durable). I would

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This review was made using smart notebook software. This 38 question review covers writing algebraic expressions from a phrase, simplifying expressions using order of operations, and operating with positive and negative integers. I use this review

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This review was made using smart notebook software. This 28 question review covers operating with positive and negative integers, distributive property, graphing coordinates, regression lines, algebraic properties, evaluating expressions, and order

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