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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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These are notes which cover finding factors, then common factors, and then finally greatest common factor.

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A symmetry PowerPoint presentation. The PowerPoint is meant to be shown on a SmartBoard, so the kids can come up and write on the board over the presentation.

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These are notes which cover finding multiples, then common multiples, and then finally least common multiple.

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This is a 30 slide PowerPoint that focuses on significant figures and scientific notation.
Students notes are included.
This is editable to meet your classroom needs!
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-Why we measure in science
-Rules for significant figures (sig figs)
-Sig Fig practice
-Rounding off numbers
-Video

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This smartboard lesson teaches students about A.M. and P.M. It could also be used as a review for students who have already been introduced to this concept. Included in this lesson is an essential question, many opportunities for interactive student practice, and a summarizing activity. There are 11

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Solving and graphing 1 and 2 step inequalities notes. Also includes a worksheet for practice.
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If you would like an editable copy, please message me after purchase!

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This organizer teaches students how to find the GCF of two numbers using lists and prime factorization.

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Distributive Property NOTES easy, quick, already done for you note sheet! I make my kids dance with 'everybody at the party'. I even have them make a problem at the front with kids pretending to be the parenthesis and terms then one goes in and dances with everybody at the party. I usually make the

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These are notes which Order of Operations without exponents.

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This interactice smartboard lesson includes 7 slides which give students practice on measuring objects to the nearest inch. Includes an essential question, an internet link, and a summarizing activity. Also, it correlates to the Georgia Performance Standards for 3rd grade math.

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These notes cover prime factorization.

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Writing Equations in y=mx+b form TEKS Aligned: 8.5B, 8.5I
The one-page notes document explains how to write a linear equation in y=mx+b form given a verbal description. The student takes notes on the fact that they are looking for a starting value (y-intercept) and a rate of change

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I used this with my students when I taught evaluating expression. I made it to include in the students' interactive notebooks, but it can be used as regular notes. It includes guided notes and practice problems. I also have an answer key to the definitions and problems.

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Great foldable for extending lesson on integer rules into operations with rational numbers. All problems include negative numbers.
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Adding/Subtracting fractions and mixed numbers
Adding/Subtracting decimals
Adding/Subtracting fractions and decimals
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Teacher version
Student versi

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These are notes which cover adding fractions with unlike terms.

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These are notes which cover independent compound probability.

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I've created this power point to use in class to go along with Eureka Math. It is aligned with the Common Core State Standards. The introductory slide includes a student friendly objective and the common core standard that it is aligned with. The questions and examples are geared to shape the conver

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This easy to follow Powerpoint presentation can be used for the entire class or on an individual basis. It contains notes on how to add integers as well as examples. A couple of the problems also include pictures to help students who need a more "hands-on" approach. This could be utilized to intr

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An colourful and animated introduction to logarithms, including converting between log and exponential forms, solving basic exponential equations, and change of base formula, log properties, worked out examples of expanding or condensing log expressions.

In this presentation students are presented with examples and general rules for the Associative Properties of Addition and Multiplication, and the Commutative Properties of Addition and Multiplication. Lastly, variable expressions are defined and students are shown how to determine the number of te

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These are notes which cover basic four quadrant graphing.

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Students will read a couple of money related poems. Then, students will review the values of money. After that, students will make equivalent sets of money. Last, they will compare money amounts.
This PowerPoint includes the components of a Direct Instruction lesson. Among other things, it includes

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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 keynote presentation takes students through a flipped classroom. It begins with a short video that teaches them how a flipped classroom operates and how it is different from a traditional classroom. The keynote then discusses the benefits of a flipped classsroom. Finally, the keynote discusses

I've created this power point to use in class to go along with Eureka Math. It is aligned with the Common Core State Standards. The introductory slide includes a student friendly objective and the common core standard that it is aligned with. The questions and examples are geared to shape the conver

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I've created this power point to use in class to go along with Eureka Math. It is aligned with the Common Core State Standards. The introductory slide includes a student friendly objective and the common core standard that it is aligned with. The questions and examples are geared to shape the conver

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Combining Like Terms Notes
Message me for an answer key if necessary!

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The SmartBoard lesson includes word problems demonstrating Newton's Second Law of Motion. Equations covered include F = M x A, M = F/A, and A = F/M.
The images and sprinkle of humor engages students throughout this lesson. I include "Your Turn" slides that indicate student practice. I used this Sm

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The Powerpoint presentation defines opposites using prior knowledge of the number line. Further, opposites demonstrate their use and importance in solving equations. Reciprocals are used to derive the laws of exponents. A clear definition is provided as to why negative exponents are fractions.

This is a math lesson on learning to create bar graphs. It is geared for 3rd graders and meets the Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 7 slides and includes an essential question, an internet link, and a summarizing activity. It is designed to be an introduction to this top

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This is an introductory math lesson on representing parts of a group as a fraction. It is geared for 3rd graders and meets the Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 14 slides and includes an essential question, interactive student practice, and a summarizing activity. It is d

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This is a math lesson on place value up to the hundred millions place. Students should already have been introduced to this concept. In this lesson students will practice completing a place value chart, giving the value of a digit,and changing numbers into expanded form, It is geared for 3rd graders

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This is a math lesson on tally tables, frequency tables, and collecting data. It is geared for 3rd graders and meets the Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 9 slides and includes an essential question and a summarizing activity. It is designed to be an introduction to this

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This is a math lesson on interpreting results (data) from a survey. It is geared for 3rd graders and meets the Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 8 slides and includes an essential question and a summarizing activity. It is designed to be an introduction to this topic and

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This is a introductory math lesson on adding fractions with like denominators using fraction tiles/bars. It is geared for 3rd graders and meets the Georgia Performance (GPS) standards for math. This lesson has 11 slides and includes an essential question, interactive student practice, internet links

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This file contains 5 emergency and 84 regular lessons based on "Passport to Algebra and Geometry" by Larson, Boswell, Kanold & Stiff copywright 1999 by McDougal Littell.
These were actual lessons quizzes handouts and midterm taught in the 2004-2005 school year. The book is quite good and two of th

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In this presentation students are shown the location of fractions on the number line and how to write equivalent fractions using the number line. The presentation demonstrates why a common denominator is required to add fractions and equivalent fractions are used to perform that task. Students are

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Texas students in grade 6 only estimate pi by using 3 instead of 3.14. These notes teach them to find circumference by estimating pi as 3.

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This interactice smartboard lesson includes 8 slides which give students practice on using metric units to measure length. Includes an essential question, internet link, interactive student practice, and a summarizing activity. Also, it correlates to the Georgia Performance Standards for 3rd grade m

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This is a class walk through of how to find the area and perimeter of a square, rectangle, parallelogram and triangle. There are visual images and explanations throughout the presentation. Smart Tech Needed to use.

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These notes cover discuss how to find complementary and supplementary angles.

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8th Grade Geometry Unit - Rotational Symmetry (Complete Lesson Video)
This video is designed to be used with a class discussion element to fully develop the concept and implementation of Rotation Symmetry. This video goes through the basic definition and how to rotate a shape on a coordinate plane.

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This powerpoint is aligned to first grade common core standard 1.G.1. It reviews shapes and teaches students the definitions of and differences between defining and non defining attributes. There are 2 different learning objective/learning target slides included.

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This unit is about learning the characteristics parts of insects. The characteristics designed for 2nd grade and the state standards require students know the characteristics of an insect. This lesson will help the students make the connection that spring is coming and they will begin to see more

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This is the partial sample of an animated PowerPoint presentation on fractions as a part of a group. This is the first presentation in my Basic Fraction Rules designed to aid teachers to introduce students to the world of fractions. This visual aid teaches students how to write fractions and expre

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Notes for introduction to Ratios, gives students a basic understanding of ratios in all three forms!

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Engage in this unique PowerPoint that demonstrates the various views of a 3-Dimensional figures! Students will be exposed to three views which include top, front, and side. Students will also be given a rigorous problem to solve in class with the use of any building blocks/cubes. Great activity t

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Introduction to teaching proportions notes.

Introduction to Rates, Ratios, and Proportions.

This power-point was created as a lesson to use to teach data representation. It is to be used with a digital board, so the students can see easily what is displayed. I had my students copy the vocabulary words into their notebooks. There is a warm-up and intro activity to get their brains thinki

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