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Math Journal or Interactive Notebook Writing Prompts for Middle and High School Math!
This product consists of 52 writing prompts to be used in a middle or high school math class. These prompts encourage students to think about their math and school habits, describe mathematical processes, and how

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Be prepared on those unexpected days with a themed activities perfect for a sub! This file is filled with lessons that revolved around one book and tackles common core standards.
Each content area is scripted for a substitute with artifacts for the mini lesson and consumables for student work time

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Engage students in two common core work station freebies! One math and language arts.
Dunkin' Digraphs provides practice identifying the beginning and ending letters of common digraphs (ch, th, wh, sh, ph).
Free Throw Number Line will allow for continued practice adding numbers using a number

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To CELEBRATE 300 followers on TPT, I am giving away this mini unit!!
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1 Little, 2 Little, 3 Little Ducks- plurals
SHOO fly! Reading CVC words
Lily Pad Spelling- CVC and CVCE word building
Down on the Pond-write the room sight words
Swan's Mixed up words- scrambled sight words
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Incorporate Reading & Writing into the Math Classroom with this article and accompanying worksheet! The 4 page article is entitled - "How the Media Uses Statistics to Mislead Audiences: Real- life examples of really bad graphs". The worksheet helps students summarize the case studies and the art

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This article is written for middle school students to learn about dependent and independent variables. I use this in station rotations on relationships between two variables. A graphic organizer, partner reading activity, and student directions are included to use at the station. Reading and summari

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Need more practice sheets to develop your students math skills?
This packet can be used as a GREAT addition to your homework assignments or even as a remedy to strengthen specific skills during intervention. Whether to practice listening skills during Dictation or practicing how to write straight l

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Need more practice sheets to develop your students math skills?
This packet can be used as a GREAT addition to your homework assignments or even as a remedy to strengthen specific skills during intervention. Help your students get stronger by practicing skills taught during instruction time. Whethe

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DISTAR Independent Activity (Set 3)
Looking for kid-friendly independent work?
Here are the following skills your students will be practicing:
✔ Game 1: Addition & Subtraction (Vertical Problems)
✔ Game 2: Solve the Missing Problem (Addition & Subtraction)
✔ Game 3: Thinking Game: Pra

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This is a great station activity or assignment for the common core strand expressions and equations. Students must create three examples for important terminology. This assures that when, for example, they are asked to write an algebraic expression to solve a problem, they will know what to do. This

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This Factor Families packet is a great way for students to practice their math literacy and their familiarity with factor families. This activity can be used to: help students memorize multiplication tables, solidify math vocabulary, and prepare students for factoring quadratic equations.
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This is a fake menu to be used in many different lessons. It can be used as a non-fiction reading resource or in many different math lessons.
It is a companion to the Percent and Money worksheet posted.

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Absolute Value Jump Frog Game includes the following:
a cover page,
a page of frogs,
three game cards (students follow directions to jump their frog to the correct number),
three corresponding worksheets,
and answer keys for each worksheet.
The first game card has five negative and positive whole

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This article is written for middle school students to learn about the linear systems of equations. It is brief (one page), but will give your students experience with linear systems that have one solutions, no solution, and infinite solutions. This can be used in station rotations or with a whole cl

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This is a great station activity for common core eighth grade math. Students describe a variety of linear functions in three ways - writing an equation, making a table of values, and a verbal description. This can also be used as a classwork or homework assignment. A rich and open-ended activity in

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This 3-pack contains 3 reading exercises, each of which takes 20-30 minutes to complete and review with students: History of Algebra, Beginnings of Algebraic Symbolism, and Arabic Origins of Algebra.
ReadingWell360 provides short informational texts including SAT/ACT format questions and answer key

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Incorporate Reading & Writing into the Math Classroom with this article and accompanying worksheet! The 3 page article is entitled - "6 Ways Quadratics Are Used Everyday in the World". The followup worksheet asks students to identify vocabulary words associated with quadratics within the article

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This layout is a perfect organization tool for your (LEP) Limited English Proficient learners. On the left column, students will show the algebraic process to a problem of your choosing, while on the right column is their verbal explanation.

This is a great station activity for common core eighth grade math. Students create three examples for a variety of requirements, including specific solutions, no solution, infinite solutions, combining like terms, and the distributive property. This can also be used as a classwork or homework assig

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System of equation crossword puzzle to introduce or reinforce vocabulary.

This 32-page file includes tons of worksheets emphasizing concepts in art, math, and ELA!
In addition, your students will gain lots of practice with cutting, pasting, tracing, coloring, and writing.
Students will learn about the color wheel including warm and cool colors. Fun clip art includes sn

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Students will work in groups to define content-specific, commonly used vocabulary. They will define the words verbally and through physical representations, using both definitions and contextual knowledge. This activity is designed to complement UCSMP chapter one (Functions & Algebra review) les

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This is a great station activity for the common core strand expressions and equations. Students use equations and words to describe real-world scenarios, then create scenarios for mathematical phrases. This assures that when, for example, they are asked to write an equation to solve a percent proble

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