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Review game for exam covering Common Core math standards CC.6.EE.1-9 (These are most commonly listed as Units 3 & 4 or the second nine weeks). This works well for four to six groups using buzzers like Eggspert or simple hand raising. The game is designed to work with the study guide and exam for

Students will experiment with evaluating, generating and simplifying polynomials and exponential expressions. This mission is aligned with the Common Core State Standards: 7.EE.A.1, 7.EE.A.2, 8.EE.A.1, 8.EE.A.2.
The fun stuff:
Who am I? Variables are just numbers that haven't found themselves yet!

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Look at this mini-assessment for 7th grade math concepts, like equations and expressions. It is aligned to a Common Core's domain and cluster EE1 to prepare students for the Common Core Assessment. Other grade level teachers may quiz students on the Distributive Property, simplification and combini

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Review game for exam covering Common Core math standards EE.1-4 (This is most commonly listed as Unit 3). This works well for four to six groups using buzzers like Eggspert or simple hand raising. The game is designed to work with the study guide and exam for Unit 3. Final quiz questions are not mat

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This is a lesson teachers can use either in class or on their website, based

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Check out a tutorial video using this lesson at
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This is a lesson teachers can use either in class or on their website, based on the Common Core Standards for 7th Grade Mathematics

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Your Math Students will LOVE this activity. There are questions, problems, and puzzle solutions that REQUIRE CONTENT KNOWLEDGE in addition to unique & fun "escape room thinking." This breakout activity is a great unit review that features exponent rules, scientific notation, square roots, and m

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Math Teacher’s Got Problems is providing you with an engaging and fun way for students to practice simplifying expressions by combining like terms. The activity requires students to simplify each expression to determine what fun facial feature to add to each Emoji©. All the expressions include pos

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Included are 2 sets of dominoes. The first set
contains expressions that use negative numbers for
some coefficients. The second set is more difficult
and contains negative coefficients as well as
fractional coefficients. The 2 sets allow you to
differentiate for your students if needed.

Expressions and Equations are aligned with 7th Grade Math EE1 of the Common Core. These fundamental exercises are for factoring, combining like terms, and using the distributive property. The questions are either written response or multiple choice. Some questions require justifications or proofs

Engaging coloring review activity for EE.1 Properties of Integer Exponents. Activity includes: product of powers, quotient of powers, zero power, power to a power and negative exponents.

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Here are goal sheets with a focus on types of numbers, expressions, equations and application of certain properties. Please laminated and posted them on the wall or board. They may be useable with any grade level of math.
A practice worksheet and evaluation sheet are included.
A blank rubric

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