Smartie Math. Graphing. Data Analysis.
Mathematics has never been so delicious.
Students love Smartie Math.
The project uses the Nestle candy coated chocolates called 'Smarties' which are marketed in small boxes with a range of 9 to 15 smarties per box.
The project seeks to answer the inquiry qu
This kit has everything you need for your students to experience data and graphing through an authentic hands-on project. Over the course of the project, students will generate a survey question, collect data, graph their data 3 different ways, interpret their graphs, and write about it! The project
Fossils. Geology. Anthropology.
Nothing intrigues a middle school student like a good mystery.
Challenge your students to explore,discover and question as they probe the mysterious fossilized Laetoli trackway discovered by the famed anthropologist Mary Leaky.
I teach this mini unit within my Rocks a
I have printed this and laminated it for my students to use daily during calendar time. I created this after my students took their Galileo pretest (a test our school gives that measures the knowledge on all grade level standards). I focused this journal on the skills they struggled on. They take
Graphing Calculator MatchingMania consists of 12 functions. Students work together using a graphing calculator to find the zeroes, minimums and/or maximums and the points of intesection of two functions. This is a great calculator review activity or learning activity to begin the school year with
This three part mini-unit teaches the concept of supply and demand at the second grade level from introducing the idea to applying the concept. Math and writing extension activities are incorporated at two levels to meet the needs of your classroom.
These high interest graphs have questions that focus on these basic graphing terms and concepts: how many, most, fewest, more, fewer, how many more and how many fewer. Two versions of each graph, one with pictures and one without, allow you to differentiate the task based on the students' needs.
This is a quick activity where students cut and match the inequality to the graph. The students can paste it into their notebooks and discuss the graph with their partners. As a whole group the class needs to discuss the answers and why it works. Then after the students recognize how to graph, yo
Whooping Crane. Operation Migration. Ecology. Endangered Species.
The Endangered Whooping Crane project will engage and motivate your middle school students as they learn about North America's tallest bird and the most successful species re-introduction in the history of conservation. By 1941, t
This is a powerpoint that I created that is step by step on how to create a bar graph. It also gives different bar graphs at then end for students to see a variety of different ones. I also included the references on where I found the last few examples of bar graphs. This comes in hainding if you te
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Teach your students how to read, create, and interpret a line graph, bar graph, or pie chart from a word problem or given data. Challenge your students to think more critically and become better mathematicians.
The “How to...” guide is included in
This is a mini lesson/warm up/review for students who need help with finding basic locations of coordinates, graphing, horizontal/vertical number lines, integers, and even reading comprehension. As they answer 10 questions, students will read a story about Jamie and Jerry and their escape off Coordi
This 41 slide Inquiry Unit PowerPoint comes complete with a hyperlinked main menu:
Triple Beam Balance
You don't want to miss this bundle of magic! Your students will gobble up these engaging activities that include: a recipe, song, adjective activity, creative writing, and graphing activity. Tons of fun for St. Patrick's Day!
All in one five senses unit! This unit contains daily large group and small group activities, all handouts, posters, standards, and teaching suggestions you will need for the week. This unit takes the topic of 5 senses and makes it fun and interactive for the students. Take a look at the preview and
This mini-book is a great introduction to bar graphs! It begins with a definition of a bar graph and what type of data it is used to display. There is a diagram of a bar graph labeling all of the parts and an example of each type of bar graph. There are two practice pages for each type of bar graph
Graphing skills every Physics (General Science) student must posses. 3 types of mathematical relationships and their graphical presentations. These 5 pages of theory and practice is the part of Math for Physics/Science Students mini-course I have developed for my Regents Physics class.
By the time students reach middle school, they have learned how to fill in the data on a table, bar chart, and graph, but they still need to learn how to create (construct, make, or draw) one from scratch. This is a PowerPoint presentation, with lecture notes and associated worksheets, that demonstr
This seasonal activity engages your students in collecting data by picking and replacing the letters of a word in a paper lunch bag until all the letters have been picked. Then they use their collected data to complete a bar graph and answer questions. There are 3 seasonal, holiday, or national day
My students really struggled with graphing and had very little prior knowledge. We went over three packets in class. This is the first one.
This discusses how to understand data tables, from labeling them properly to getting meaning from the data points.
Also introduced was the difference betwee
Teach your students how to read, create, and interpret a line graph from a word problem or given data. Challenge your students to think more critically and become better mathematicians.
The “How to...” guide is included in this packet. Start your students on their way to becoming better p
This resource includes 15 pages, 9 make a graph pages, a quick check skill quiz, and a self correcting answer key. Students interpret data and create a bar graph, double bar graph, horizontal bar graph, or double horizontal bar graph to display the information.
This can be printed and copied as a wh
The unit Graphs for Grades 2-3 is a simple and fairly short unit about tally marks, bar graphs, and pictograms — the easiest types of graphs, and the most suitable for young students to study.
The graphs included cover a variety of topics, such as fishing, eye colors, fruits, zoo animals, prices,
This four-page packet provides lessons and practice for pictographs, bar graphs, line graphs, and circle (pie) graphs. Each page gives a clear, four-step process that works. Students will interpret data to create easy and accurate graphs, a skill often required by standardized state tests.
This math project is not only educational, but also delicious. Students learn many concepts covered in the cycle 3 curriculum.
Concepts covered are:
- Statistics (probability)
- Graphing and charts
- Data collection
- Mean, median, mode, and range
Enjoy! Also, remember
Building Equations ppt description
This PowerPoint is nine slides long and builds on previous knowledge of a slope intercept form. This lesson satisfies the some of the requirements for common core 8.EE.6. It is well suited for the intermediate (middle) school students. Slide #2 is the vocabulary
This interactive Smart Board presentation provides an introduction to bar graphs, line graphs, pie graphs, histograms, line plots and frequency tables. It provides an explanation each type of graph followed by a practice slide. There are a total of 17 colorful pages.
Here are the types of practice:
1 – Get familiar with the number line, adding on it, and subtracting on it
2 – Get familiar with algebraic expressions and variables (letters) being used to represent numbers
3 – Get familiar with prices being shown on the upward Y-axis and numbers of items being on t
This power point introduces and explains scatter plots. Students are shown how to plot points on the scatter plot from existing data/statistics. When interpreting data from a graph, cause and effect are discussed, as well as probability. Fun riddles and quotes are included. There are notes for s
Math background that all teachers need to know.
Parts of a line graph
A simple way to teach the construction of a line graph
Drawing a best-fit line
Is it a curve or a line?
Should the line go through the origin?
Diagnosing graphing problems of students
How to find the x-intercept of a quadratic function. What are the possible x-intercepts of a quadratic function. How to solve a quadratic equation. The connection between algebra and geometry in the context of quadratic functions is presented in this unit study.This unit study describes possible x-i
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Hopefully you have seen the PREVIEW. This mini-packet is a quick review on how line relationships form angles is within this packet. Algebra is linked into this , while it requires the use of vocabulary like alternat
This packet contains practice worksheets for 2nd grade. It covers topics such as length, size, patterns, sequences, picture graphs, bar graphs and more. Depending on the level of your students, you may use it for grades K-3. Keep it as a packet or break it up for individual worksheets. Also, see
This mini unit includes 8 pages (plus a cover page and table of contents page) that allow students to discover how exponents are used. There are activities that allow students to use manipulatives, write about their thinking, make predictions, and there is also a practice page that could be used as
This is a tab book that includes tally tables, frequency charts, data collection, all of the graphs, and a glossary. This is a great project for introducing a graphing unit or complete the booklet in sections as you teach each graph. The book gives an example and explanation of each graph. On the se
Builds a Strong Foundation in Math! Great to supplement your classroom teaching with a total of 108 pages of extra Practice Worksheets, Solution Guides and Lessons. The lessons are fun, colorful and engaging. They are easy to understand and teach math concepts with colorful visuals and text. Workshe
Concise hand-out and podcast for those classes just beginning to graph hyperbolas or for those students who may need a review. Clear definitions and graphs.
Great for math classes of any age group, math centers, or tutoring centers.
This is a PowerPoint Presentation that I used when teaching my transformations unit. There are notes pages that go along with some of the sections in this presentation. The notes pages could be found here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Transformation-Notes-Bundle-2721243
Students investigate quadratic functions in terms of standard, vertex and factored form and what those forms tell us about the graph and solutions to quadratic equations. Students write equations from graphs and vice versa. Also included is the second constant term using finite differences, the gene
Formula 1 Powerpac F
Lesson 1, Writing Math Sentences
Lesson 2, Number Systems with Bases Other Than 10
Lesson 3, Nonmetric Geometry
Lesson 4, Perimeter, Area, and Metric Systems
Lesson 5, Area and Volume
Lesson 6, Averages, Graphs, and Tables
Formula I Math Intervention - Students will find succe