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Students can use 21st century learning skills and modern technology to calculate unit rates!
8 activity sets with 4 questions per station
Students will need to have a device that can scan QR codes/barcodes. When calculating unit rates students will be able to identify which is the best option in ea

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iPad Word Problems - Solve and Explain with the free app Educreations on the iPad.
Encourage students to solve and explain word problems by integrating this free iPad® mobile digital device app into math! Students will use the app to solve ANY word problem using the P.A.U.S.E. strategy to read the P

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There are restrictions on many "real life" things. Speed limits, weight, height and age restrictions are a part of "real life" whether you're an adult or pre-teen. This Keynote uses the idea of height restrictions for amusement park rides to apply the concept of inequalities. The Keynote (for Mac

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Start to Focus Students’ “Mathematical Lens” with the Math Cam Template!
The Math Cam template encourages students to start looking at the world through a mathematical lens. Every day, we encounter mathematical curiosities that are so easily dismissed, yet have great potential to bring real-world

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Here's a fun way to review metric system conversion. I have updated a Mark C. Damon template from the year 2000 to make it easy to navigate. Simply divide the class into teams ( X's and O's) to answer the nine questions. They'll have fun and so will you. Enjoy!

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This notebook presentation simplifies the concept of learning basic parts of a clock and how to tell time. It compares the hour hand and the minute hand and uses pictures to make the presentation funny as well. It introduced the concept of the "danger zone," a concept I always use with my students

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The original Mark C. Damon template has been updated to create an interactive review for equivalent fractions and fraction addition. This nine question tic-tack-toe format will keep students engaged and entertained. Your students will love this updated version of the old Hollywood Squares Game. It

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Integrating Technology and Engineering in a Math classroom is an ideal lesson plan for a STEM school. This project requires students to create a math lab for their school by designing the room, making technology purchases, buying math related materials, preparing cost analysis graphs using Excel, w

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Aunt Sally is at it again, this time as she interrupts our lesson on mathematical properties. This fun video will have your students singing along about different properties. Students will see examples identity, associative, commutative, and distributive properties.
All of our teacher-created music

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WHAT IT TEACHES:
Animation of fraction bars and circles help students to see how different fractions can be equivalent.
Quick review of comparing fractions that are not equal.
WHAT SUPPORT MATERIALS ARE INCLUDED?
You also get a detailed Math Park Teacher Guide for this lesson, which indicates “p

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WHAT IT TEACHES:
Giving conceptual meaning to the terms fractions and equal parts.
Learning the terms, spellings, and pronunciation for fractional parts, such as whole, half/halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, etc.
WHAT SUPPORT MATERIALS ARE INCLUDED?
You also get a detailed Math Park Teache

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By seeing the visual concept of adding fractions with the same denominators, students will understand why the numerators are added or subtracted but the denominator stays the same.
Reviewing equivalent fractions
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You also get a detailed Math

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This lesson begins with an activity to introduce probability and the likelihood of events taking place, and follows it up with an explanation of probability and the two main categories. Students get: a definition of probability, a definition and visualization of theoretical probability, and a defini

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This video was created for a flipped classroom. It covers percent of change - increase and decrease. Practice problems are modeled and there are also a few independent problems for students to try. The student notes used as the basis for this video can be found under Percent of Change Video Notes

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This video lesson was created as part of my flipped 7th grade math classroom. It covers independent and dependent probability and the use of the word "or" for adding probabilities vs. the word "and" (or a comma) for multiplying probabilities. The video is approximately 15 minutes long. A blank no

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This download is for a math and art step-by-step powerpoint for creating a snowman from a single lump of clay (preferably model magic clay) using very simple division. Students will see the pattern of "dividing into two even pieces." This is a great way for students to concretely experience the math

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I began creating the Less Paper Classroom product line after seeing a need for a true digital product I could use in my own classroom. I believe being completely paperless is an unfair expectation for any classroom, I do believe, however, that using less paper can be achieved, and this product is d

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This file contains slides that provide review and practice for experimental and theoretical probability.
There are examples, scenarios, and practice experiments for the whole group, as well as small groups.
This SMART board file provides a great interactive lesson framework, and is a chance for stu

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Basic Linear Functions are a big topic in Pre-Algebra and Algebra 1. If you are looking for a PowerPoint to lead your students through the procedures to enter a table, graph the data, and write the expression (or equation) using the CASIO graphing calculator, HERE IT IS! The examples start leading t

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Get ready to measure! This interactive presentation takes a close look at learning and measuring with the standard inch. It is the perfect complement to a lesson introducing the standard inch, or for a quick refresher before a project. Colorful arrows help explain the 16ths, 8ths, 4ths, and halves,

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This Math Model activity is a study in base ten, arrays, multiplication/repeated addition, and problem solving. The zip file contains: lesson plan, video (.m4v), PDF file for use in presentation software, and image "answer."
Students are shown a video of pennies filling a small square on a rug w

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”Get the Picture” is a photo-journaling project that integrates technology use, discovery learning, and collaboration to show students the real-world practicality of numbers.
For this project, students will take 15 pictures of numbers in the real world, then upload them to Google Drive. The “Teac

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This activity reviews all methods of solving quadratics. It has problems that are split into the following categories: solve by graphing, factoring, square roots, completing the square, and quadratic formula. Each category is accompanied with a QR code that lists the answers and distractor answers f

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Introduce students to linear models with this interactive presentation to make predictions using y=mx + b. This activity is a great introduction to the concept of slope intercept form.
Supports CCSS 8.SP.A.3
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-25 slide presentation
-two-sided student follow along sheet
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