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6th Grade Math Enrichment Research Projects for the Entire Year! From calculating zoo ticket prices with different packages and different percentage discounts, to creating ratios to record famous historical flights, to calculating the circumference and area of record breaking items; your students wi

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Bring an authentic sports-based math project to your Algebra, Algebra 2 or PreCalculus classroom with Lines of Best Fit and Correlations! All in this 21st Century Math Project! Using data from the MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL students investigate correlations to some of sports most common questions like: "

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

There are 20 different research topic tasks included for students to find information in standard form and then write the numbers in scientific notation. Topics include planets, countries, continents, and bodies of water.

This is a project idea that has the student finding real-life examples of all 4 types of slope (positive, negative, zero & undefined). Directions, a grading rubric and a complete example are included. Great for extra credit!
This resource can also be found in the Slope Mini-Bundle which contai

Silence the Violence intends to take a closer look at gun violence throughout the world. Is there a correlation between gun ownership and gun violence? While this is on the news, and people argue back and forth, unfortunately there are not a lot of statistics cited.I built this project through the u

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

Do your students know what Algebra is??
This is a project idea I use at the beginning of the year with Algebra 1 students. The goal of the project is to get them thinking about, researching and dabbling in what it means to be studying Algebra.
The student creates a poster defining Algebra and dec

Looking for a new assignment for one of your math classes? I have created this assignment in an attempt to have students become more passionate about math and to see a connection to the real world. In short, this assignment requires students to create a 1-page fact-sheet or Power Point presentation

This is a great assessment piece for your students. It includes multiplying polynomials, factoring trinomials with a=1 and a>1, dividing polynomials, and a review category for previously learned material. Point guidelines and directions are included. Enjoy!

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Based on the hit show Shark Tank, students will create a product and business plan to pitch to the "Sharks". This product comes complete with the student packet, certificate for students, questions/script for the sharks, and teacher hints for how to make this a hit!
All tasks within the project are

Students are guided through a phone comparison. Then students will research plans and compare them in groups. This activity also includes 4 different homework problems similar to the phone comparison but related to other fields.
This project can be performed in any class studying solving systems

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This Project Based Learning activity will help Algebra 1 students practice setting up and solving systems of linear equations within a real world context. As they take on the role of an entrepreneur, they will write equations, plot coordinate points, graph equations, analyze data, and draw conclusio

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This lesson is designed for 8th grade students to do a career project. It combines science and math. It requires students to make a 3-5 minute presentation to the class. There are a lot of details in this document regarding a grading rubric. My students did a high quality job on this assignment

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So it is the end of the year. You're burnt out. The kids are burnt out. But you need to review for the Final Exams/End of Year Testing. Here is a great project for your students that will get them engaged and have them reviewing the material without the class getting bored with the same old examples

This 2 page worksheet with complete teacher's answer key makes it easy to integrate math into your astronomy lesson. Students put Kepler's Laws into their own words and apply simple formulas to given values for the 8 planets to test his 3rd law of planetary motion. Then, they are asked to analyze

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In this activity the student will look at the cost of healthcare from 1998 to 2005 and be asked to determine if there is a relationship between each progressing year and the cost (in billions of dollars) for healthcare. The student will also be asked to project into the future and calculate t

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I am very pleased to share my presentation on Famous Women in Mathematics! The lesson complements the March celebration and recognition of "WOMEN IN HISTORY MONTH", and I am eager to simply honor the strength of women and the drive they have had to exhibit in the direction of our beautiful discipli

A great cross-curricular activity that gets kids to connect with the mathematics and engage in meaningful classroom discussion.
To begin this activity, students interact with the process and benefits of collecting state population data. This provides a "low entry point" and easy buy in for students

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This project is for an Algebra or Algebra 2 class. The subject of the project is exponential functions. During this project, students will research college tuition data, determine rate of change, graph real-world exponential data, calculate average, and calculate amount using the compound interest

This longterm math project challenges students to conduct online research and produce a visual diagram that describes the historical evolution of Algebra.
The visual diagram can consist of a PowerPoint slideshow, science posterboard, or infographic.
I recommend allowing students to work on this as

During the recent swine flu outbreak, I had my Algebra I students analyze the growth rate of the outbreak.
This activity asks you to compute linear regression, quadratic regression, and exponential regression using data from the CDC.
The students then draw conclusions as to which model matches

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This is a math concept research project for 7th and 8th graders. The research project will help to review cartesian graph and basic math concepts ranging from fractions up to the Pythagorean Theorem. It is a good way to incorporate research skills into mathematics as well as writing and work citat

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This a compilation of all of the other flow documents that I have created. Individual topics are available for sale.
This document takes anything that relates to each topic from 7th grade in the Common Core from Kindergarten to Secondary Math 3 and lines it up. (7th grade math is the main focus an

Calculator Steps for finding the standard deviation

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