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*** BEST SELLER***Help your students understand how to apply the DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY OF MULTIPLICATION. This resource is perfect for students who are struggling to understand and remember the DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY. It begins with concrete (manipulatives) activities, progresses to the representatio

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Also included in: Distributive Doctor Bundle {Distributive Property of Multiplication}

36 Bingo is a fun way to practice computation and order of operations, while planning a strategy to manipulate numbers for a desired outcome. Differentiation is built in, pushing students to think beyond simply adding and subtracting.
This has been a popular game in my math classroom. I usually

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Help your students understand how to apply the DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY OF MULTIPLICATION with these 44 MATH TASK CARDS and more than 60-page MATH UNIT. This resource is perfect for students who are struggling to understand and apply the DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY. It begins with concrete (manipulatives) ac

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This is a great coordinate graph picture. Most kids love, love, love The Fairy OddParents, so this is Timmy Turner, the main character. There are whole numbers and halves to make it a little more difficult. Your students will love this one!

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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 and include topics such as:
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Also included in: Algebra One Bundle - Second Semester (Radicals, Factoring, Rational, etc)

Have students practice one-step equations while they play Step Out! This is a two player game and students will need playing pieces (my students usually used two-sided red and yellow chips) and one die.
Students roll the die and move forward that many spaces. They then solve the one-step equation.

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You are purchasing Common Core math practice sheets aligned to assessment tasks. There is a practice sheet for every day of the week and a test for Friday. There are two sheets for each day that can be copied front and back to save paper. The front sheet focuses on the weekly target skill and the ba

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Students will compare and contrast exponential functions with linear and quadratic functions by using these function types to model different scenarios. They will compare the values returned for each function in real-world contexts, the tables and graphs, as well as the general forms and the meaning

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I created this formula sheet (math reference sheet) with most of the essential formulas needed to master the 7th and 8th grade Common Core standards or AZCCR standards which is Arizona's version of Common Core.
The visuals help students with conceptual understanding of the formulas.

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Linear functions provide a great introduction to function concepts of input and output as well as giving students insight into the relationship between tables, equations and graphs. This mission is aligned with Common Core State Standards: 8.FA.1, 8.FA.2, 8.FA.3, HSF.BF.A.1.A, HSA.CED.A.1, HSA.CED.A

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This project prompts students to build and work with catapults in order to model a real world parabola. This is a great project to facilitate in any Algebra 1 classroom because it will offer a tangible connection to quadratic functions.
This product contains information relating to four main comp

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Features bold notes and large examples of interval notation, ideal for displaying on your projector, and two sets of practice problems. Answer keys included.
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Introduction to Functions
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In an easy to read and understand, question and answer format, the student learns that just like Oil And Water don't mix, in Algebra you cannot combine "unlike" terms. Students will discover What Is A Term? What are Like Terms? How Separating Terms Makes it easier to combine them, What are Nomials,

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This delectable diet of engaging math leads students effortlessly from the world of hamburgers into the world of algebra. Piloted in grades 2 through college, this activity has helped students develop a sense of algebra as they practice math in a restaurant context. Even students who have struggle

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In order to engage a wide range of students and abilities it is important to find ways to integrate religious education with other subject areas. Do you have pupils who love Math? Do you have pupils who also love Religious Education? If so, this is the activity for them! ‘Christmas Math’ brings tog

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Make one set of the Expression Moving Cards. It will be easier to run the activity if you copy all the variables on one color paper, the numbers on another, and the operations on another.
Give each student at least one card.
Make one student an open parenthesis and another student the close paren

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Finding linear functions from tables, equations and graphs challenges students to deepen their understanding of the slope and y-intercept of a line. This mission aligns with the Common Core State Standards: HSA.CED.A.2, HSF.BF.A.1, 8.F.A.3, 8.F.A.4.
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Genies perform magic on candy! But

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Graphing linear inequalities challenge students to understand the relationship between functions, equations and their graphs, then extend these concepts to graph a half-plane. This mission is aligned to Common Core State Standards: HSA.REI.D.12.
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Linear inequalities! They are actuall

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Introduce the distance formula or review it with your sixth graders with this interactive mini lesson. This PowerPoint platform is teacher friendly. That means little or no prep. It is also student engaging. The less describes the elements of the distance formula.
Distance is "how far." Rate is

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Algebra Students will practice graphing linear equations with this short activity. Equations are written in different forms and students can rewrite them in slope-intercept form before graphing. Each line also has a restricted domain (or range) that students will use to create a Thanksgiving-theme

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This product started as a thank you to my TPT followers when I reached 100 followers and then it GREW!
I have always taught the 100’s chart starting at 1. That is how I was taught, and that is how my board does it. Then I received a request to start the chart at 0. Madness? Well take a look! I

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Vertical and horizontal lines provide an excellent context for understanding slope, y-intercept, and function concepts. This mission is aligned with Common Core State Standards: 8.F.B.4
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The magical genies return, and this time they are gonna surprise you! Important comparisons of ver

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Students will explore a variety of real world formulas from physics and geometry to gain insights into the power and application of algebraic techniques for finding values of interest. They will solve for variables of interest after substituting as well as re-arranging equations prior to substitutio

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