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This engaging activity allows students to use a real life scenario to apply scatterplot data and line of best fit to. Students use data to solve a mystery and capture the correct suspect.
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This bundle includes 2 engaging activities where students can apply the skills of plotting points in a scatterplot, making a line of best fit, and finding the slope of the line to find missing data. Fun scenarios of Sasquatch and a crime scene hook kids into learning.
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The scenario on this chart is as follows:
"MasterCard sent you a fabulous new credit card offer in the mail. It is a special card for teens with really low minimum monthly payment percent of 4%. In exchange for the low minimum monthly payment percent, MasterCard raised your APR to 18%. You decid

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Students will get a great introduction to additive inverse and integers on a number line. Using a work mat and integer models students will make predictions and model additive inverse and positive and negative integers. Using this discovery lab, or inquiry activity, to start the unit helps students

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The question listed on Scenario 1 is as follows:
"In this scenario we purchased 1 item for $1000. (This could be a new TV, summer vacation, Laptop, etc.) We did not have the cash at the time so we charged it to our Visa. This particular credit card requires that we make a minimum payment of 13% ea

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This lesson provides students with a great introduction to approximating irrational numbers on a number line in a engaging way.
Supports CCSS 8.NS.A.2 and TEKS 8.2B
Using plastic or paper tiles students will make predictions and model squares roots, and draw conclusions. Included in this 63 page d

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Students in grades 5 - 9 model the spread of an infectious disease under the entertaining theme of a zombie outbreak. One student unknowingly is patient zero and students simulate the spread of an airborne illness. This highly engaging activity covers health topics, nature of science, and math ski

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This Smart Notebook file contains tools that are helpful to use in managing the classroom. A "Group Generator" tool allows you to generate as many groups as you wish. A "Word Chooser" tool allows you to pick on a student for an answer at random. A "Timer" allows to manage your class time effectiv

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This engaging activity allows students to apply their knowledge of slope, scatterplot data, and line of best fit to figure out how tall Sasquatch is. Taking the role of engineers, students use a foot print of sasquatch to approximate his height which is needed to construct a trap. An engaging news

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Ever wondered what Barbie would look like if she were real? Now you can work with your students to find out!
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In order to save you and your students time, I measured various segments of Barbie's actual doll measurements. Students can use their measurements from Parts 1 and 2 of the Human B

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Students demonstrate their knowledge of map skills by designing their own island and creating questions using the map grids. Students also practice their skills with the X-Y axis. Creativity is the key to generating excitement among your students in this interest based project!
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This lesson activity is an educational game that teaches:
1) How using the distance formula is important in a very real life situation and,
2) How to optimize a network of path from the inside of a triangle to its vertices.
2 Versions of the game are provided. One for students just learning to us

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What's in the Hand: Activity makes learning mode, median, mean, and range fun. You will need two packs of playing cards in order to use 10 different variations. I use giant clothes pins to hold a total of 9 cards for each station. Each student gets a worksheet and is assigned to a group of 4-5 stude

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This is a collaborative activity. Students are asked to act out different "football plays" and make connections between the game of football and the addition and subtraction of integers. They will demonstrate their conceptual understanding on a number line.
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Are you tired of hearing your students say "When would you ever use this!?" This lesson is a perfect way to silence their complaints!
I originally designed this lesson to be used after watching the episode "Convergence"of the CBS television series Numb3rs. I think every middle/HS teacher should o

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This interactive powerpoint presentation will get your students solving multi-step equations with ease, understanding the process if solving multi-step equations, and being able to explain multi-step equations to others. It is designed with special education students and other students who take mor

Students independently and effectively discover the concepts behind Slope.
You be the facilitator!
Most students just accept equations and theorems as a given in math. But, in many cases, the theorems and equations are just an extension of what they already know or have previously studied. So, the

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This chart covers the following scenario:
"Capital One offers a special credit card for teens. It has a spending limit of $100 per month and a very low monthly payment of 2%. The APR for this card is also pretty low at 7%. You talk to your parents and they agree that it sounds safe so they cosign

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This engaging activity helps students visualize the concept of exponential decay. Through a zombie apocalypse simulation, students collect and record data. The data is then graphed and compared to linear data. Finally, the equation for exponential decay is shared and students are given a some real

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A great lesson to introduce scatter plots is by having your students participate in a discovery lab. They will get to see the topic and discover it on their own in an engaging collaborative activity.
This resource includes:
-Background Building Activity
-A Discovery Activity
-Reflections Section

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Ever wondered what Barbie would look like if she were real? Now you can work with your students to find out!
Part 3
In order to save you and your students time, I measured various segments of Barbie's actual doll measurements. Students can use their measurements from Parts 1 and 2 of the Human B

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This powerpoint is used to engage students before learning about functions. When you click on a number it will go to the coresponding candy. If you press the push button on the machine it will lead you to a table. The A2 button is special, if you click on the A it will lead to the Pops candy. If you

Let your students independently, effectively and comprehensively learn the three basic trigonometric ratios. You be the facilitator!
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Students love discovery exercises. With Geogebra, the user can move and change

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This Excel file is set up to show students how quickly debt can add up if they only pay the minimum balance on a credit card. The spreadsheet is already formatted to do the calculations for you! All you have to change is your initial credit card balance and change the APR and minimum payment balan

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