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With some brightly colored xerox paper and scissors you can help students create a study guide they will be sure to use! A couple quick folds and three cuts and you have a hands-on guide in which students can write the rules for the order of operations [PEMDAS] and examples to help guide them throu

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I taught middle school math and the concept of simplifying algebraic expressions seemed to be a hurdle my students just couldn't master. They seemed to think that x's could be added to x^2's or y's could be added to x's. They even added x's to numbers! What is a teacher to do? A fellow teacher g

Integer operation rules can sometimes be confusing to some students. Having a creative and fun way to study the rules is good in ensuring that the students will master them. This download contains an original and fun poem created by me to help students memorize the addition rules of integers. There

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We are reflective teachers who embrace the CCSS Standards for Mathematical Practice. We are committed teachers who want to take the magic out of mathematics and focus on the beauty of sense-making. We wish for teachers everywhere to seek coherence and connection rather than offer students memorized

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This item is a 21 slide PowerPoint that teaches the Order of Operations. It is connected to the Common Core Standard OA.8 and can be used 3rd through 5th grade. It includes the mnemonic device "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally." The lesson includes examples, guided practice items, independent p

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Download contains 5 pages in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.
(1) Cover document.
(2) Order of Operations foldable for Interactive Notebooks. 7th grade - Common Core Alignment.
(2) Entry and Exit Ticket with 3 challenging expressions.
Print and go!

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This "apple" is for any teacher wanting to help students remember the process for solving multi-step equations. Like terms, additive inverses, and multiplicative inverses are all major concepts brought together in this diagram that is both simple to draw and easy to understand. Four steps/symbols cr

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Here is my "UNDER" strategy that students can use when working on a word problem. This does not have to be for math only. This strategy can be used for any problem situation for any subject.
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A great way to study and remember the properties of numbers. Print, fold paper in half, laminate and three hole punch! I post the file to my school website so my students can print the infographic at home in color. Includes mnemonics to aid in remembering the properties.

This image is a quick little way to help your students remember how to multiply integers and get the correct sign. Print it out, laminate it and hang it on your wall as a quick reminder.

Something new I tried this year with GREAT success. I definitely plan to use it again in the future.
Created Tables forcing students thought process and work to be organized. Students used these tables for class examples, homework, and warm ups. After several days, I started taking parts of the

This is a double sides foldable that can help students to remember and practice the ORDER OF OPERATIONS. It uses the PEMDAS mnemonic that help students to remember what comes first.Great addition for interactive notebooks!You might be interested in UNIT 1. PRE-ALGEBRA REVIEW FOLDABLES BUNDLE that co

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Also included in: PRE-ALGEBRA REVIEW. UNIT 1. ALGEBRA 1 Foldables Bundle

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The purpose of this activity is to provide students with guided practice using order of operations. It is important for students to have been introduced to multiplication and division prior to beginning this activity. The top portion of the sheet can be used as a guide and the remainder can be used

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This lesson comes at the end of October in our curriculum, which is great because I refer to it as "Disappearing Variables." This is a quick way to deliver notes in an organized manner allowing time for practice, practice, practice. I even run it off on orange paper to add to the theme.... Kids s

This reference sheet has helpful information for classroom based or standardized assessment for pre-algebra units.

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This can be used as an anchor chart, notes, or simply as a reference. Includes the mnemonic device PEMDAS, what it means, and two examples.

Do your students forget the order of operations? Help them out with a song... the order of operations sung to Jingle Bells!
Order of Operations Song by Allison Stein is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

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This foldable can be used in an Interactive Student Notebook (ISN). Instead of the usual PEMDAS, I find that Using a "G" to identify grouping symbols is more effective as students progress into Algebra 2.

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A poster that presents proportional relationships: How to graph them, what the definition of proportional is, what a proportional relationship looks like in a table, and how to write a proportional equation y = mx
or y = kx. Have this poster printed at your local print shop. Produced by Anchor A

An anchor chart (poster) which tells everything one needs to know about simplifying expressions and equations with like terms. My student's struggled with the "what is a like term" question, and the burgers and fries helped them to visualize the difference in variables that were being combined in 6t

Order of Operations Poster using GEMS

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Solving two step equations is fun, logical, and memorable when related to hunting for buried treasure! Includes a pdf for as a class on the smartboard or printing and slipping into page protectors,and student bookmarks to print and laminate. An alternative idea to "act out" the treasure hunt idea al

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Having trouble getting your students to understand trading out variables for numbers to get the right answer in algebra! Reinforce evaluating algebraic expressions with this echo and see if it awakes retention!

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