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This is a graph theory lesson from Discrete Math on families of graphs for middle/high school students. Included: lesson slides that introduce the idea of each type of graph, practice worksheet, and key. Types of graphs include wheel graphs, star graphs, complete graphs, cycle graphs, and bipartite

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Hamilton Circuits & The Complete Graph

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A review game of basic graph theory concepts for high school discrete math.

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Ho Ho Ho. Bring holiday cheer into the math classroom with a Santa inspired Pythagorean Theorem and Distance 21st Century Math Project. Santa has come down with an untimely hamstring injury just days before Christmas Eve and causing all sorts of triangular chaos. In this 19 page document you will be

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Also included in: Distance & Midpoint -- Pre-Algebra & Geometry Curriculum -- Essential Bundle

This is a quick synopsis (2 sided sheet) with all the formulas as well as some worked out examples of problems that appear frequently on the North Carolina Final Exam.
The information is neatly organized fashion with a little room at the bottom of the back page for students to add additional topics.

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This is a project that uses Graph Theory, and Euler Circuits and Paths to solve an updated version of the Konigsberg Bridge Problem. The city of Konigsberg in Prussia (now Kaliningrad, Russia) was set on both sides of the Pregel River, and included two large islands, which were connected to each ot

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This is a graph theory lesson from Discrete Math on spanning trees, minimum weight spanning trees, Prim's Algorithm, and Kruskal's Algorithm for middle/high school/college students. Included: 2 sets of lesson slides (one on trees and spanning trees, the other on minimum weight spanning trees, Prim,

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Use small group discussions augmented with some computer programming to enhance the mathematical concepts discussed in "The Number Devil," by Hans Magnus Enzensberger. Chapter 10 expands on the Fibonacci numbers from chapter 6 by looking at the ratios of consecutive terms and by changing the values

A Math Teacher Must Have!!!
30 math websites not just for elementary math. This file has a plethora of websites that meet the needs of K-12. A lot of times math websites claim to be for K-12, however, they are not really applicable to grades 5th and higher. This list is for everyone...guaranteed

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Peter and Rosemary Grant were 2 scientists that saw evolution happen first hand in finches on the Galapagos Islands. The Grant's were able to correlate beak size with seed size and got excellent data during wet and dry seasons. Students will complete three graphs for number of finches, number of see

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Also included in: Evolution Bundle

This 62 slide Power Point and Notes bundle covers the topics found in the first chapter of a typical biology textbook. Written for biology or life science students in grades 8-12, this colorful and engaging PowerPoint will hook your students from the very first day. The slides are packed with phot

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Also included in: Biology: Introduction to Biology Bundle

Bundled for Savings (under 90 cents per activity) over the individual product price. This newly revised bundle presents a detailed format permitting more student involvement and comprehension of basic Algebraic theory.
I created each activity to reinforce the theory of graphing data, calcula

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Great 1st week or 1st month STEM activity! All parts are EDITABLE! This is a great way to introduce the science process (better phrase for scientific method).
*****Focus on the NGSS PRACTICES Dimension*****
The National Research Council's (NRC) Framework describes a vision of what it means to be

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Evolution: Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection Reading Exercise is a simplistic two page reading focused on Darwin's theory of Natural Selection. This can be used to supplement the text or as an introduction to the concepts. This activity is completely self-contained and could be used as homewo

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Feeling a bit OVERWHELMED and Need to Teach ALGEBRA THEORY? Then here is a power point presentation to present to your students while feeling confident in your skills. Each slide will present my style for teaching the basics of Algebra theory with my actual lecture presentations.
Topics cove

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Kinetic theory, Fluids, Pascal, Archimedes, Bernoulli, Heating Curve
A great physical science bundled product! Save over 20% and a whole lot of planning time! With 4 labs, Scientist information sheets, a graphic organizer, class activities, a detailed PPT with 5 pages of fill in the blank student

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This 536-slide PowerPoint has 87 Bell Ringers (or Warm-Ups, Exit Slips, Quizzes or however you want to use them in your class!) Each bell ringer consists of 6 slides. The first slide has 5 questions on it for your students to answer. The following 5 slides give the answers and the steps to arrive

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This set of Algebra Venn Diagrams Task Cards will give your students the extra practice they need to succeed, Activity Based Learning with Task Cards really does work to help reinforce your lessons. Task and station cards get your students engaged and keep them motivated. Use all at once or as many

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This is a great little package! A 13 slide PowerPoint jam packed with information on the following topics: Kinetic theory, average kinetic energy (temperature), boiling vs. evaporation, boiling point, heat of vaporization, melting point, heat of fusion, diffusion, heating curve of a liquid, therma

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Also included in: Kinetic Theory BUNDLE: States of Matter

This Levels of Organization and Cell Theory S.C.I.E.N.C.E. Station activity includes activities covering the arrangement within living organisms and the key components of cell theory. This lab is designed to get your students engaged, collaborating, and moving in your daily lesson. Each station pr

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Also included in: Structure of Life S.C.I.E.N.C.E. Stations Bundle

This activity will have students working with polynomial theory - using graphs to write functions, looking for rational, real, and complex zeros, and there's even a little practice with synthetic division and the remainder theorem.
Students will be engaged by the scavenger-hunt feel of this self-ch

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About SNAPs Lab Stations ActivitiesSNAPs Lab Stations Activities require students to use science, math, literacy, problem-solving and engineering skills. They are designed to enhance students' understanding of scientific concepts and help students apply scientific ideas to the real world. Each stati

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Also included in: Structure of the Universe Unit Bundle

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