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When students complete this circuit, they will have written equations for 16 lines given all different kids of information from slope and y-intercept to two points, to a story, to a table, to parallel and perpendicular. My students love the circuit format because it forces them to hunt for their a

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This interactive game will help your students practice factoring binomials in an engaging format. The game is great for “Game Fridays”, extended learning opportunities, summer school, guided math/center times, practice before a test, after tests, or math workshops. Common Core Standard HSA-APR.C.5

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I wrote this circuit because I was inspired by an AP colleague's circuit on using tables for calculus problems involving the derivative and the integral. I started thinking, "ALL students could use practice with this idea before WHAMMO! they see it in calculus."
In this circuit students will gain

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Get on the love train this Valentine's Day! This Valentine's themed resource focuses on algebraic thinking. There are four pages of train activities to do with dominoes. There is a paper set of dominoes that you can choose to use instead of real dominoes. Also included are ways to differentiate the

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This activity contains one student page to practice finding the volume of rectangular prisms with three different levels of differentiation:
Activity A: All the dimensions are whole numbers.
Activity B: The dimensions are whole numbers and decimals.
Activity C: The dimensions are whole numbers, d

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I wrote this series of five circuits for my own child who wanted to "do some algebra". The skills covered are: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division (all within mostly 20 and occasionally within 40). The idea is not to learn the procedure "subtract two from both sides" (or whatever) b

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Students will engage with these exercises because of the self-checking, scavenger-like format. Practice emerging algebra skills as you hunt for the missing addend!

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I LOVE Circuit Training or better known as station activities. In this activity, students will practice graphing quadratics in vertex form. Equations include values of a that are positive, negative, and between zero and 1. Students choose any station to start at and graph the equation on the shee

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"While this book is geared towards the high school student trying to grapple with the complexities of math word problems, it is also a guide to the problems we face in everyday life. “What do we need?” “What do we know that will help us find what w

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A math train is a great way to differentiate instruction for your students! The systems of equations are set up to be solved either by graphing, substitution, or elimination. A recording sheet is included with space to solve each question with whichever method the students choose!Prior to Lesson•

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Simplifying Expressions – Circuit TrainingWork out the problem in the cell #1. To advance in the circuit, find your answer and mark that cell #2. Work out that problem and then find your answer again. Continue working in this manner until you complete the circuit.There are 22 problems in this produc

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GO MATH! Kindergarten Center Activities
Reinforces skills in Chapter 4 - Lesson 4.3
This packet includes engaging center activities that reinforce the skills in GO MATH! Chapter 4 Represent and Compare Numbers to 10 - Lesson 4.3
Introduce the activities in whole group or small grou

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Engage students in two common core work station freebies! One math and language arts.
Dunkin' Digraphs provides practice identifying the beginning and ending letters of common digraphs (ch, th, wh, sh, ph).
Free Throw Number Line will allow for continued practice adding numbers using a number

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I wrote this circuit for my own child who wanted to "do some algebra". The skills covered are addition and subtraction (all within mostly 20). The idea is not to learn the procedure "subtract two from both sides" (or whatever) but rather to be able to read the mathematical sentence "x + 2 = 7" and r

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This activity is great to be used in small groups, as independent or as a partner activity. Students can use manipulatives (unifix cubes) to see that switching the order of numbers in a number sentence does not change the sum. I usually pre-bag the cubes with matching colored pencils to ass

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I have heard that Americans like Football. I have also heard about an important game that happens in February. I have heard that it's a day that nachos dread. In this 21st Century Math Project, students will complete a variety Football-based assignments related to the Statistics strands of the Commo

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Also included in: Probability & Expected Value -- Pre-Algebra Curriculum -- Essential Unit Bundle

This writing and solving two-step equations domino activity is great hands-on practice! It easily works in partners or groups. The object is for students to create a domino train matching by writing and solving two-step equations. Students can show their work on a recording sheet that is included.

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Also included in: Expressions and Equations Activity Bundle

This PowerPoint presents several examples of typical uniform motion problems that an Algebra student may encounter. Uniform motion problems are those involving distance, rate, and time. These types of problems involve trains, planes, or automobiles traveling in opposite directions or the same dire

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Students will use the exterior angle theorem to solve for unknown measures in triangles. There are 12 total dominos. The object is for students to create a domino train by matching a problem with its solution found on the next domino. Students can show their work on the recording sheet that is inclu

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Also included in: 8th Grade Angle Relationships Activity Bundle

Students get hands on practice and can easily work in partners or groups. There are 12 total dominos. The object is for students to create a domino train matching the real-world or math problem to the surface area. Students find the surface area of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, rectangul

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Also included in: Surface Area Activity Bundle

Students will love the Christmas themes in this, 15 student-page, print and go packet, while practicing both decimal computation and writing algebraic expressions. Themes include Reindeer training camp, Mrs. Claus’ kitchen, Santa’s vacation and the Elves’ workshop. This math packet is designed for

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These task cards can be used for group work, center work, or as an extra challenge for your students. There are 8 cards for each of 3 levels. Each level has a teacher guide and student guide. The bundle also includes lyrics and an Mp3 song to reinforce the concept of the quadratic formula. The h

Integers: A Comprehensive Set Common Core Learning Games and Critical Thinking Activities.
(Ask about our on site teacher training at pictorialmath@yahoo.com)
This 105 page PDF download includes:
• 22 different active learning games specifically designed to support the learning of interpreting an

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Hello Happy Teachers!
This is a set of 10 Vocabulary Jigsaw Puzzles that can be used as bell work, homework, exit slips, station work, or any other type of assessment. I used this in my standard 8th grade math classroom, but it could be used in any grade covering The Number System.
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