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Students will create and solve equations to represent dates on a calendar month using one step equations, two step equations, equations with terms on both sides, combining like terms, and the distributive property. The answers to the equations should represent the dates on the calendar.

Solving Equations Calendar Project
This is a wonderful assessment that my kids LOVED doing. I used it instead of a standard test, and my results were much better! For this project, students are to choose a month of the year, and create an equations calendar for that month. They must come up with an

Students will choose a calendar month and they will create a math problem for each day of the month. Once they have created the problems, the answer must match the day of the month in some way such as exponent, coefficient etc. My students were working on exponential expressions.
They also had to cr

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Students will choose a month of the year and create their own "Equation Calendar."
Students will solve 31 math problems and place them in their calendar template. The 31 math problems (and answers) direction sheet, calendar template, 2013 yearly calendar template and 4 examples of completed projec

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Created as a way to spiral the Common Core Math Curriculum, these calendar pieces support students in practicing multiple concepts throughout the month. This month includes the concepts of area of a rectangle, balancing equations with unknowns, fraction skills including comparing and number lines,

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This is one of my favorite projects! Students pick a month to create a calendar for (they are not limited to a piece of paper and a grid...I get some super creative projects!) but instead of putting the number in the 'box', they must come up with an algebra problem whose answer is the date. Super

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Have students practice their equation writing and solving skills with this fun project! Students will have to translate phrases into algebraic equations and solve each equation. They will then be assigned a month in the year and write the equations whose solutions matches the date on the calendar.

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Created as a way to spiral the Common Core Math Curriculum, these calendar pieces support students in practicing multiple concepts throughout the month. This month includes the concepts of area and perimeter of a rectangle, missing factors in multiplication and division, and geometry vocabulary abo

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This is a review calendar focusing on solving one-step inequalities and graphing the solution to an inequality on a number line. It consists of 30 problems. Students will solve one-step inequalities, graph their solutions, and write a inequality given a real-world scenario.
Great, quick review for

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Help students translate written expressions into math problems every day with this math calendar. Each day is represented by a math problem. Students translate the words into math and solve to find the date.
This calendar requires no color ink. Print with black ink on color paper to match your

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For this project students will choose a month in the year of your choice, and then make a calendar on poster board. They will NOT write the date in each box on the calendar. Instead, they will write an equation whose solution is the date. If you choose February, for example, your equation for the

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Created as a way to spiral the Common Core Math Curriculum, these calendar pieces support students in practicing multiple concepts throughout the month. This month includes the concepts of perimeter of quadrilaterals and triangles, finding missing addends, fractions and division. Students may comp

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Looking for an easy, daily math warm-up for your students?
This complete set of math problem of the day calendars includes a simple, black and white calendar for each month of the year.
The fun twist is that each day the solution to the math problem is equal to the date!
Kids love this fun and si

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Congratulations! You are going to have the most amazing, “number-sense building” calendar this year! All you need is some painter’s tape to make your calendar grid on your dry-erase board. Begin with the days of the week at the top and tape a 7x6 row grid. I like to print out the date pieces on card

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This is a review calendar focusing on translating algebraic expressions (and a few equations) from verbal form to algebraic form and vice versa. It consists of 30 problems.
Great to use as a warm-up or as a homework assignment that you pick up at the end of each month. Keep those basic skills fr

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• The answer to each problem is already known - the date, thus the goal is to PRACTICE the concepts, and explain your reasoning
• Based on Common Core Math Standards
• Emphasize that the students include the units in the answer, to demonstrate an understanding on what the number represents
• Problem

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Use this generic calendar to help your Geometry students review Algebra concepts. The calendar covers the majority of CCSS for a course in Algebra 1.
Directions: Make copies of the Student version of the calendar. You may or may not want to make a copies of the Student answer document. Each da

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Students will create a calendar with a theme of their choice. Students may pick whichever month of their choosing. Students will create 20 one-step equations and 5 two-step equations in which the unknown value equals the day of the month. The listed items below are required for your project.

Work on daily grade appropriate, challenging and interesting math questions using Singapore strategies!
Each weekday, get a question that is suitable for the corresponding grade level, e.g. Monday questions are for 1st grade, Tuesdays for 2nd grade etc. (grades 1 to 5 only)
Kids will enjoy the att

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• Based on Common Core Math Standards
• As the answer to each problem is already known (the date), the goal is to PRACTICE the concepts, and have the students explain their reasoning
• Problems provide spiral review
• Problems are designed to promote rigor, but not struggle
• Helps to reinforce ever

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Daily review calendar (31 days) that has students solving 1 one-step equation each day to hone this crucial Pre-Algebra skill.
Love using this as a daily warm-up or as daily homework that you collect at the end of the month.
Usage ideas included.
Answer Key Included.
VA SOL: 6.18, 7.14a
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This assignment can be used at any time to give students practice solving equations, simplifying exponents, and working with numbers in scientific notation. The students will be required to pair problems up with their corresponding days of the month on a calendar by solving an equation, simplifying

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Revision of basics of Pre-Algebra important concepts as percentage, exponents, algebraic expressions, forming an equation, solve an equation, area and perimeter, More concepts to follow in coming months.
Use it a plenary in class, give it as a daily practice sheet for home and assess towards the e

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Weekly Math Journal:
- Students write the day, month and year in word and number form
- tens frame
- odd or even
- tally marks
- draw a domino
- related facts addition
- 10 more 10 less
- 1 more 1 less
- addition
- subtraction
- word problems
- telling time
- compare and contrast
- build a number

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