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In this activity, students will select a card and build the pattern identified on that card using snap cubes or unifix cubes. The pattern cards included in this activity include:
- AB
- ABC
- ABB
- AAB
- ABCD
- ABBC
- AABC
- ABCC
- AABB
There is an optional recording sheet included that you may wi

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Want to incorporate art and math? Help your students develop their knowledge of graphing coordinate pairs, quadrants, and reflections about the x and y-axis with this fun and engaging art activity. Students personalize their experience by using the letters of their name to decode them into arbitra

This product is a math program that uses Cuisenaire Rods to teach math at all levels starting with the kinesthetic/tactile stage at preschool.
It consists of a computer program for "playing" with the colored rods on a grid and an e-book with extensive instructions. This is very effective program f

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This product is a personalized movement activity that also reviews one-step equations. These equations have both positive and negative integers.
Students use their names or other words of their choosing and then solve a different problem that corresponds to each letter in their name or words. The

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Spark some curiosity in your students!
Students just love trivia. This sheet provides some details about a certain person and then asks them to figure out who is being described. There are 14 letters in the name of the person. There are also 12 problems to answer by writing the slope-intercept for

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Spark some curiosity in your students!
Students just love trivia. This sheet provides some details about a certain event and then asks them to figure out what is being described. There are 12 letters in the name of the event. There are also 10 problems to answer by using the distance formula: 8 in

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In this activity, students simplify different phrases using the properties of exponents. For example, taking their name (using the letters in their name as variables being multiplied together) and simplifying it using the rules of exponents. Students find this activity fun and a little more like a

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In this project, students will solve literal equations for the letters of their name. Then, you can have your students create a poster of their name written with literal equations. Example posters are included.

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Spark some curiosity in your students!
Students just love trivia. This sheet provides some details about a certain animal and then asks them to figure out which animal is being described. There are 8 letters in the name of the animal. There are also 8 problems to answer by applying the Midpoint Fo

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A resource to help students practice a variety of repeating patterns concepts. This jam-packed resource is fun, interactive, and visually appealing to your young learners.
Some of the topics covered in this resource are:
- Extending patterns
- Identifying missing elements
- Identifying the patter

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This is a worksheet I use with my pre-algebra students. I sometimes make a bulletin board of the number line and then post their name values after the activity. They like to see what students' in other classes get as well.
At the top of the worksheet is a number line with each letter assigned a va

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Vocabulary – Algebra Before Arithmetic is the fourth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math program.
The video explains why it is far easier to introduce math concepts to young children using letter names (algebra) rather than number.
This is the first of 63 videos that comprise a c

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This is a 100% original idea I thought up to help students in naming angles. This activity forces students to think about naming angles with three letters, and think about the relationships between vertical, complementary, and supplementary angles. I give a detailed tutorial on how to create a man

Need another way to practice letters and numbers? Want to help out other content areas? This algebra puzzle is great! Students have to remember the names of letters and numbers in Spanish as well as have a little bit of algebra skill to solve this puzzle!
**students match problem to answer
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This CUBE AND STACK PUZZLE asks student teams of three to identify scalene, equilateral, and isosceles triangles using sides. Each student gets a different cube template (1 of 3). Each student in the team cuts out and constructs their cube. They then work together to stack their 3 cubes so that fa

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A fun classroom activity! Students will label letters of the alphabet using titles of no, zero, positive, and negative slope. Then, they will make a poster with their own name. Comes with directions for the activity.

This is an editable task that reiterates positive, negative, zero, and no slope. Students will write their name in block letters on graph paper and follow the directions provided. This activity allows the students to be creative with their learning.

Properties Foldable for Math Interactive Notebook
Copy these pages front to back**. The front has the names of the properties and on the inside of the flap are examples using variables. I used this with an 8th grade integrated math class. During class my students wrote number examples on the inside

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Solving Equations Substitute Plans. About this resource : This packet will provide you with at least one day of substitute plans. If you are going to be out for multiple days, I’ve included a cover page to make packets for each student. Copy in advance and keep in a folder in your desk or the office

Ragin' Equations is a set of 24 2-step equations to solve including all operations and integers. Students will have so much fun playing this game, that they won't even realize that they are practicing their equation solving skills!
How to play: (also included in the file)
1. This game is played in

I CAN Math Games are the perfect way to make math fun! This 6th Grade Math Game focuses on Evaluating Expressions With and Without Variables (and More), and provides students with practice in the form of multiple choice or short answer questions. QR codes (optional) make this game even more intera

This Making Patterns in Different Ways Smart Notebook resource was created to help Grade 1 and 2 students understand that there are many different kinds of patterns (color, shape, size, and position) and that these patterns can be named by letters. Students then have the opportunity to show how to

Expressions & Equations Enrichment Choice Board – Sixth Grade– This enrichment menu project is an amazing differentiation tool that not only empowers students through choice but also meets their individual needs.
You will find that the expressions and equations enrichment board contains thre

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Also included in: 6th Grade Math Choice Boards Bundle – Enrichment Math Menus - ALL STANDARDS

This 86 page file includes station activities focused on expressions, equations, and inequalities. They are designed to align with common core standards for sixth grade math. You save 15% when buying the bundle as compared to all the activities purchased individually. As I add more activities, I wil

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