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This is a 21 slide Power Point presentation on math properties created by Mark Robuck. The properties covered are commutative of addition and multiplication, associative of addition and multiplication, identity of addition and multiplication, zero, and distributive. I added the distributive at the

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Algebra I - Variables and Expressions
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, SMART Notebook, and PowerPoint)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Lecture Handout (PDF)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
You do not need to have SMART Notebo

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The following is a PowerPoint presentation on Function Tables or Input and Output Tables
The PowerPoint Includes
-40 slides
-Introduces key vocabulary and begins with a mini lesson on what are function tables and how to find the rule of a function table
-Function tables in various formats (See Previ

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This FREE product is a PowerPoint I created to teach pulling out the GCF with the distributive property. After finishing the PP, I have students practice with multiple problems. After solving each problem, the students will construct an area model (array) as shown in the PP. These are constructed

Student notes to help prepare for the CAHSEE. These notes on percent increase/decrease have examples (for the teacher to do) and 'you try' problems for the students to do. The questions are multiple choice to help with standardized tests.

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Students will learn how to estimate differences. Students will round the top and bottom number in a subtraction problem (up to 3 digit numbers), and then subtract them to find the estimate.
This lesson will also include the information on creating a word wall or flip book for the Addition and Subtr

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A PowerPoint Presentation that goes along with my FREE product "Commutative, Associative, and Distributive Property Table". Includes examples of how to use the properties to change problems for mental math. (I prefer to use my other product "Simplifying Expressions" for teaching the distributive pro

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I use this presentation to introduce my students to the commutative, distributive, and associative properties of operations. The lesson starts with defining the terms commute, distribute, and associate. From there it connects those definitions to the properties and gives examples of each property.

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Many families work throughout their lives to earn money and provide the necessities and extras that will make them happy. Unfortunately many families find it difficult to make their paycheck stretch and find that they are living from paycheck to paycheck. A good suggestion to control spending a

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When students are absent or need to have a copy of teacher's notes for their IEP I used to stumble about and then quickly scribble something and hand it to them. But then I thought, why not organize my notes before hand in an easy to comprehend way.
Using the Cornell-style dou

This is an introductory math lesson on how to choose the correct operation when solving a word problem. Students are taught the definitions of add, subtract, multiply, and divide. It meets the 3rd grade Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 8 slides and includes an essential

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Included lessons in Grade 1 Eureka and Engage NY Math Module 1 Topic G:
Lesson 25
Lesson 26
Lesson 27
Make your math lessons easy, clear, and engaging with these interactive PowerPoints! Detailed so you don't need to keep notes on hand and full of examples to make your directions clear to students

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This handout goes along with my $1.00 product titled "Commutative, Associative, and Distributive Properties Notes" Which includes examples of how to use the properties to make mental math simpler.

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This is an introductory math lesson on changing fractions into decimals. It is geared for 3rd graders and meets the Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 20 slides and includes an essential question, interactive student practice, and a summarizing activity. It is designed to

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Powerpoint presentation teaching students how to add and subtract rational numbers -fractions and mixed numbers. Animation is already set to the click of a mouse. Last slide has 3 examples that students can work out on their own. I used this with with an interwrite pad and smartboard (both) over

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This PowerPoint Presentation contains a lesson plan, explanation, practice problems, a worked set of the practice problems, and a classroom presentation made of 13 colorfully animated and entertaining slides to introduce and teach the concepts necessary for students to add and subtract fractions wit

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Students will learn to estimate sums of numbers up to 4 digits. They will review the steps for rounding these numbers and practice with sums of 2, 3, and 4 digit numbers.
This PowerPoint includes the components of a Direct Instruction lesson. Among other things, it includes a student friendly object

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This is a powerpoint on greatest common factor and least common multiple. Word problems are included in the powerpoint.

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This is a PowerPoint that teaches 7 different ways to multiply 2 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers.
*Each method includes step by step instructions on how to perform each method.
*I have included example problems, practice problems along with word problems.
*I have included 4 review q

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I made this slideshow to use as a multi-media approach to introducing my 4th graders to division. It is intended to promote and be used in conjunction with teacher explanation, class discussion, and student exploration.
The show walks students through what division is/means. It progresses through

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Help teach your students long division using a family to help guide the steps.

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Included lessons in Grade 1 Eurkea and Engage NY Math Module 1 Topic E:
Lesson 17
Lesson 18
Lesson 19
Lesson 20
Make your math lessons easy, clear, and engaging with these interactive PowerPoints! Detailed so you don't need to keep notes on hand and full of examples to make your directions clear t

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This foldable helps outline the basics of Rate of Change.
Includes:
Door/Flap 1: Graphic Organizer
Door/Flap 2: Calculate Rate of Change from a Table
Door/Flap 3: Calculate Rate of Change from a Graph
Door/Flap 4: Calculate Rate of Change from Word Problems
This is perfect for a math intera

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This is an introductory math lesson on using base ten blocks (place value blocks) to model 2 digit by 1 digit multiplication. It also show students how to look at the base ten blocks and see it as an array for quicker multiplication. It mmets the 3rd grade Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for mat

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