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This time minilesson is geared toward third grade. The students will be able to tell time to the hour. What time it is when the long hand is on 12. Which hand is the minute hand? Which hand is the hour hand?

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This SMARTboard lesson is both a mini lesson and practice in measuring angles. It begins with basic concepts of what an angle is; how to measure angles in degrees; the difference between an acute angle, an obtuse angle, and a right angle. Then it moves to an interactive protractor tool that actual

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This is a favourite of students. They love playing without being timed - or getting timed and trying to beat their fastest score!
This product includes 23 student cards.
Each student gets a card. (Laminate the cards so you can continue to use them over and over again.) The student with the "START"

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This file contains two lesson plans: one lesson for elementary and middle school, and a second lesson for high school.
The elementary/middle school lesson plan is an introduction to finding a rule for a pattern and sequence and using the rule to extend the pattern. This lesson plan uses both numeri

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Included are two complete lesson plans guiding students to use the Slope Formula to find the slope of a line. The first lesson uses the formula to find the slope when given two ordered pairs. The second lesson includes finding the slope from the graph of a line.
The lessons include an opening ques

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It's "Time" for the New Year is great for reviewing time after Christmas break. It contains 3 ready to go printables. Concepts include: adding measures of time (with converting), changing measures of time (conversions), and elapsed time. These printables can be used as a review, minilesson, test

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This is an introduction to the rules of exponents and adding and subtracting terms with exponents.
(NOTE: There are no negative exponents in this lesson. Negative exponents can be found in the high school version of Introduction to Exponents.)
This lesson plan includes an opening activity, minil

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This file contains two lesson plans in a Word document. The first lesson plan is an introduction to finding the greatest common factor (GCF) of a polynomial and factoring the GCF out of the polynomial.
The second lesson plan demonstrates factoring the GCF from a polynomial and then factoring the b

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This is a lesson plan on multiplying and dividing terms with exponents.
(NOTE: There are no negative exponents in this lesson. Negative exponents can be found in the high school version of Multiplying and Dividing with Exponents.)
This lesson plan includes an opening activity, minilesson with gu

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This is an introduction to factoring the binomial factors of a trinomial. A full lesson plan is included as well as a short Powerpoint presentation showing the steps to factoring a trinomial.
This lesson plan includes an opening activity, minilesson with guided steps through the process, examples,

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This is an activity that gives students clues about fractional parts or words to find 20 mystery words. For each set of clues, students will use the fractional pieces of the words provided to form a new word.
For example: first half of MADE + last two-fifths of TOOTH = MATH
This activity can be u

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This is a complete lesson plan for a double-period class on writing the equation of a line (in Slope-Intercept form) when given the coordinates for two points that the line passes through.
Students will first use the Slope Formula to find the slope of the line. They will then substitute the slope

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This download includes four minilessons and one quiz. Each skill sheet is influenced by Common Core standards and is used to supplement core programs. Each skill sheet includes an answer sheet.
Skills include: fractions, elapsed time, area, algebra, measurement, and word problems

Your students will love measuring all the Dachshund dogs! This interactive SMARTboard lesson begins with a minilesson on using a ruler to measure in both inches and centimeters. Colored arrows point out 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 and whole inch increments. It shows students centimeters and half centimeters.

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You're looking at a set of Task Cards for Second and Third Grade Patterns. Print, laminate, and use for whole or small group quick checks by topic, minilessons, or a scoot game!
You'll get a double sided answer sheet and 20 task cards.
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-- Identifying growing and repea

This is a complete lesson plan on simplifying rational expressions. It includes examples on simplifying monomial expressions as well as polynomials in the numerator and denominator. Students will factor the polynomials first to simplify the expressions.
This lesson includes an opening activity, mi

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This is a complete lesson plan on factoring perfect square trinomials and factoring the difference of two squares. This lesson follows the Factoring Trinomials lesson, which is also posted in my TpT Store.
This lesson includes a warm-up, minilesson with guided steps through the process, examples,

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This is a complete lesson on solving quadratic equations by graphing and by finding the square roots of the equation. Students will graph quadratic equations (as functions) and find where the graph intersects the x-axis (if at all).
There is also a section on taking the square root of simple quadra

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This is a lesson plan on solving a system of linear equations by elimination. This is a complete lesson plan that includes an opening activity, minilesson with guided steps through the process, examples, class activities and a worksheet for homework. Answer keys included.
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Hey, he got more than I did! Teach your kids what it means to be equal with this interactive SMARTboard lesson. It begins with a minilesson on the difference between equal and unequal. It then provides interactive practice in deciding if the food has been cut into 2 equal parts. "Yummy" slides m

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This is a continuation from the Multiplying Binomials using the Distributive (FOIL) Property. This lesson plan includes more practice with FOIL including multiplying binomials with coefficients and multiplying a binomial to the third power.
The lesson plan includes a warm-up, minilesson with guide

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This interactive SMARTboard lesson begins with minilesson on a few basics of telling time such as how many minutes are in an hour, how many minutes are between each number, and other basics about telling time. Then it moves into practice problems of telling time by moving numbers to the digital clo

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