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Challenge your students to find the treasure by using Pythagorean Theorem to explore the pirate territory. Students follow a scenario of problems to find a treasure buried by Pythagoras. Student tested and approved.✔Included in this resource:• Pirate treasure hunt scenario• Pirate map • Student d
This resource includes math enrichment choice boards, rubrics, and instructions for every single 6th grade math Common Core State Standard. These are great for early finishers and students who need enrichment in math. Save 25% by purchasing the bundleIncluded in this pack are the math enrichment boa
Logic Puzzles: FREE logic puzzle sampler is a ready to use logic problem for your class. Great for math centers, time fillers or bell ringers.For more logic puzzles check out:- Summer Logic Puzzles- Seasonal Logic Puzzle Bundle- Fall Logic Puzzles- Winter Logic Puzzles - Logic Puzzles for All Year
★ Do your students need more practice and to learn all the Exponent Laws? These worksheets are perfect to teach, review, or reinforce Exponent skills! ★ These worksheets cover all 9 laws of Exponents and may be used to glue in interactive notebooks, used as classwork, homework, quizzes, etc. Tips,
The purpose of the iLogo Slope Mastery Task is to give students an opportunity to use slope in an artistic endeavor that has real-world applications. Every company around the globe has a logo that symbolizes their brand. Logos need not be elaborate, but they must be recognizable, and unique to the
Save with this set of 18 logic puzzles which are great for bell-ringers, time-fillers, and early-finishers. Keep even your brightest students challenged. Answer keys included for all puzzles.Included in this bundle☆Fall Logic Puzzles☆ Winter Logic Puzzles☆ Spring Logic PuzzlesRelated Products• Dece
DESCRIPTION *Looking for something to challenge your students before summer break? Here's a great end of the year activity. This product is a PDF file download that includes 32 pre-algebra puzzle task cards, a student recording sheet, answer key, and teacher's guide. *The purpose of this product
Logic problems are fun for bell-ringers, time-fillers, and challenge. This set of ready-to-use 6 Spring-themed problems are great for your middle school math and secondary math students. Keep even your brightest students challenged. Included in this guide- 6 Spring-themed logic problems of medium
Tired of hearing, "Done! Now, what?" from the "speedsters" in your math class? You will never hear that again with these challenging and engaging problem solving task cards for early finishers and gifted students! Plus the Just Print format is perfect for distance learning.While you're reviewing and
Do you struggle with teaching the Mathematical Properties of Multiplication and Addition? Commutative Property, Associative Property, Distributive Property, Identity Property, and Zero Property can often be confusing and a bit boring. Not with this game. Students will learn the Mathematical Prope
Interactive Notebook Unit for Writing and Evaluating Expressions An interactive notes unit on Writing and Evaluating Expressions. My interactive notes units are different from other products because they include a self-evaluation component and a writing about math component. Each lesson includes
Engage students in their practice and review of Absolute Value Inequalities with this self-checking paper chain activity. Great for partners or races. Students solve one link which leads to the answer on the next link. Absolute value inequalities is part of the common core standard: HSA.CED.A.
Brain puzzles are one of my favorite ways to informally introduce mathematical reasoning sprinkled with a tiny hint of proofs. They get kids talking about the WHY of numbers and give them practice defending their ideas. If there’s a mistake, it’s a perfect space for conversation. I also love that
Amp up that rigor! Greetings Teachers! It is imperative that we tap into our students' higher order thinking in order to take them to the next level... but sometimes we don't have time to create activities that meet such demands. These activities are just what the innovative teacher needs to tak
Practice recognizing and extending patterns through critical thinking with this math journal. It covers VA SOLs 4.15 and 5.17. Includes four journal pages in which students must evaluate and correct common mistakes when working with recognizing and extending numeric and geometric patterns. - Jou
Engage students in their practice of absolute value and opposite integers. Students solve one link which leads to the answer on the next link. My students LOVE this activity and add to their chains with multiple topics throughout the year. Included in this resource:★Chain links with problems for ab
This Google Slides Activity includes 15 unique slides that involve maintaining the balance on the scale in order to solve for a variable, x. The students will start first by taking away tiles that represent a value of "1" each on both sides in order to isolate x and solve for its value. They then
Students work together in a self discovery to figure out how to find the X and Y intercepts of a line just by using the linear equation. Students may ask for the provided hint cards if they are having difficulty. However, hint cards lower the group's grade. 2 pages
Engage students in this self-checking Systems of Equations paper chain activity (CCSS.8.EE.C.8.b., REI.C.6.). Students solve one link which leads to the answer on the next link. My students LOVE this activity. Included in this resource: - Paper chain links for 12 systems of equations problems -
This CSI themed Roman Numeral Conversion activity will engage students by taking them on a journey to solve problems and puzzles. Students narrow down the suspects by completing the activities and marking them off from the suspect list until one person is left. Who is the Roman General?This case inc

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Students are asked to find an example of time-series data in which the dependent variable (y) varies linearly with time (X). The data should have a strong positive or negative correlation. Students will be asked to: Make a scatter plot of the data. Use a straight edge to draw a line of best fit. F
This Scoot game will get your upper elementary and lower middle school students moving and doing easy algebra all at the same time! Each equation involves one variable and simple addition, subtraction, or multiplication with sums and products equal to less than 20. *Use for GATE students who need
Providing choice fro students is huge. In this unit you will find 13 picture clue cards, 4 definition cards and 8 choice boards. There is one choice board for each first grade Operations and Algebraic Thinking standard.On each board, you will find 6 activities for your students to use to enrich th
The Unique Survey Project gives students an opportunity to show their mastery of: data gathering, survey sampling, developing appropriate survey questions, data tables, Direct Variation, discrete graphs, dot plots, box and whisker graphs, and calculating the inter-quartile range. Each student choose

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