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Creating a graph to represent data gives us a better picture of what the numbers are trying to tell us. Using a step-by-step approach, this activity will demonstrate for each student how to generate various types of graphs and plots to interpret given data. Terms such as range, class, frequency,

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This product includes 12 Word Problems in which students can find the measures of central tendency and graph the data. My students love creating their own graphs and displaying their knowledge of computing mean, median, mode, and range with this activity. An example of a great way to display the a

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Shh! No talking!
Silent Sums is a cooperative skill practice activity for middle school students who are learning to find the slope of a line. Each game sheet consists of four problems, with the first three rounds focusing on identifying slope from a graph and the last three rounds finding slope

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Students will create a "System of Equations Poster". They will demonstrate their knowledge of creating a table, hand-drawn graph, computer generated graph, solving algebraically (substitution) and elimination. By completing this hands-on activity students will not only practice each of the ways to

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This is an awesome math lab. It not only allows students to experience some of the really neat features of their TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculator, but also allows students to:
-practice scatterplots
-formulate a prediction equation
-determine a line of best fit (linear regression)
-write the equa

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Looking for an activity packet for “EarthDay 2016” lessons? Make your classroom lectures and discussions more than just a single content topic. Investigate the impact of time, money, and individual influences that affect our home, Planet Earth. Here is an inter-curricula bundled activity, presented

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Students will have a great time learning about science skills and experimental design with this resource! All you need are two tennis balls per group, one meter stick per group and something to keep the tennis balls cold like a cooler or freezer. The data really shows the difference between the boun

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9/19/2018 I added a reference9/17/2018 I added an introductory lesson that discusses replacing variables to revert back to y=f(x). The replacement is the transformation.9/16/2018 I added Assignment AIncluded in this zip folder are 9 Power Point files. 2 are for instruction, 2 are Student Printable S

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You’ve heard of mental math. How about physical math to wake up those your elementary students? Throwing the body into any learning process allows the brain to acquire knowledge in a new way. Besides, it’s fun!
These easy lesson plans are designed to reinforce new or old skills in critical thinki

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This mean, median, mode, and range activity goes beyond simple algorithmic computation and challenges your students to think at a higher level. Its not a worksheet or task card, but rather a cooperative learning activity that requires students to demonstrate conceptual understanding.
Includes ac

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Students will gather data, compute statistics, represent the data graphically and interpret patterns in the data. This mission is aligned with Common Core State Standards: HSS.ID.A.1, HSS.ID.A.2, HSS.ID.A.3.
The fun stuff:
Heart rates, mid-day temperatures and marathons! Hey, those all seem rather

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Prepare your students for higher levels of thinking and the world of Algebra application. The major question from students has always been “when will I ever use this in real life”. This set of activities is a step-by-step lesson in analyzing information and formulating a conclusion.
I creat

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Recognize patterns in input/output boxes and graph ordered pairs. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer,

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This investigation involves testing Da Vinci's theory of the ideal human proportions depicted by his famous work, The Vitruvian Man. In this two to three day activity, students must prove his theory as true or false by collecting data, graphing their data and then analyzing their results.
The stru

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This folder consists Morning Math Meetings for the school days of November 3 through November 25.
Each Smart Notebook has slides for each day containing a calendar with patterns, dates, weather, a graph the weather bar graph, tally mark the weather, a temperature and time slide, and more.
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Recognize and represent proportional relationships between quantities. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, comp

This is an activity that was first designed to be used with Gum Drops around the holidays. You can actually change it to be used at any time of the year. For Halloween you could use candy corn, during Valentine's Day you could use Conversation Hearts and at any point of the year you could use Skittl

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Introduction to coordinate plane and plotting points. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as

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Represent the addition and subtraction of rational numbers on a number line. Understand adding opposite integers equals zero, and the concept of absolute value. Interpret sums and differences in real world context. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson

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Analyze and solve pairs of simultaneous equations. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as prin

Student will slope formula as he or she computes it in terms of rise over run and the ratio of the differences between the respective x and y coordinates.

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BUDGETING: FINANCIAL PLANNING AND GRAPHING: FINANCIAL LITERACY
This fun unit on budgeting features interactive activities to enable students to plan a budget taking into account earned income, expenses and a short-term spending goal.
All written content in this unit is editable providing you with

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“Calculating Calendar Math” is a fun and interactive calendar and weather book that is a great way to integrate calendar skills, number sense, and graphing into your daily classroom routine. Included in this packet are blank calendars for all months of the year (small and large), monthly weather gra

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Tally, Graph, and answer questions about your class' or school's favorite Dr. Seuss book data! 3 different versions in this file. Blank one included to fill in your own book choices!

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