🎁 Raise funds to get all the TpT resources you need. Create a TpT ClassFund

- Relevance
- Best Seller
- Rating
- Price (Ascending)
- Price (Descending)
- Most Recent

Other

Math

Algebra

Sponsored

Associating word phrases such as "more than," "fewer than," or "times as many" with an arithmetic operation and algebraic expression is a central aspect of problem solving. This activity teaches students how to use diagrams to solve word problems using algebraic thinking, without using algebra expli

Subjects:

Types:

This is a lesson plan in the Fundamental Five format that was requested by my school district with a worksheet that can be used to illustrate how to use diagrams and also allows a product to show student understanding. This document was created for use in a CAMT presentation and is available for any

Teaching Percentages Using Tape Diagrams:
“Solve problems involving part, percent, and whole,” and do this using “tape diagrams”. Though this terminology is now included in the Common Core State Standards, the amount of materials available on how to teach these concepts is limited. This lack of l

Grades:

Here is a set of 2 practice pages to go along with 4.OA.2 to help students understand basic division. The first page is a double sided page where students have to divide items into groups, draw their own pictures and use a diagram as strategies to solve division problems. The second page has the stu

Subjects:

Types:

CCSS:

Students will practice solving problems with complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles with this fun digital activity! Students will use a diagram to answer 10 questions about angle relationships and measures. They will then find their answer from the answer choices at the bottom and drag it

CCSS:

Also included in: Middle School Math DIGITAL Activity Bundle for Google Drive & OneDrive Volume 1

In this activity, students will solve for the missing scale factor using diagrams.
Fun, quick way to check students understanding of finding scale factor! Great for test reviews or for substitute plans!
This resource is included in the following bundle(s):
Unit 5 - Similarity - Curriculum Bundle -

This NO PREP Maths Bundle is programmed for the Australian National Curriculum based on the Maths Plus and Go Maths programs. However, it can be tailored to suit other nations curriculum outcomes.
This is a perfect time saver for you and your classroom. Have smooth transitions between lessons. If y

Subjects:

Students will practice solving problems with complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles with this fun activity! Students will use a diagram to answer 10 questions about angle relationships and measures. They will then then find their answer from the answer choices at the bottom and glue it in

Types:

CCSS:

Also included in: Angle Relationships Activity Bundle

This fourth grade math interactive notebook (math journal) contains hands-on folds and flaps to help your students learn how to represent multi-step problems using strip diagrams and equations with a variable, use an input-output table and numeral expressions to generate a number pattern, and use mo

Subjects:

Grades:

Also included in: Fourth Grade Math Interactive Notebook Bundle- All TEKS Standards

GOT TECHNOLOGY? Then maximize its use!
MATH-O is VERSATILE! This bingo-style game provides targeted and structured practice with generating equivalent expressions by applying the distributive property using both numerical expressions and models.
Question types include:
- find the equivalent e

Subjects:

Grades:

This worksheet gets students to think about what completing the square is using diagrams of algebra tiles. Students may also use algebra tiles while doing the worksheet, but it is not required.

This worksheet contains 36 practice questions about domain and range.The students must examine each picture on the graph and determine its domain and range.I used these diagrams, as the students found it more interesting and more fun to determine range and domain of pictures, rather than looking at

Use the diagrams provided to answer each question. Versatiles are a great way to add differentiation to a classroom lesson.

This worksheet covers all things Rectangles, Rhombi, and Squares.
It takes students on a magical journey of depth of knowledge questions that are as varied as they are thought provoking.
For example:
It begins with questions where students identify what type of quadrilateral the sentence is desc

Types:

This slide show consist of multiple examples of linear number patterns. Starting by exploring how the pattern change using diagrams to depict the number patterns. From there we develop a method that we can use to determine the formula for any linear number patterns.
I also look at the different ap

Subjects:

Introduce your students to solving two-step equations (some with variables on both sides) with these hanger equations. Students use the diagram to create an equation and balance it using the hanger for help, if needed. A great way to introduce the steps to solving an equation with one variable!You m

Types:

This foldable is intended to be used to review important fraction vocabulary and concepts. Students will review what fractions represent and how they can be written or drawn using a diagram. Common misconceptions such as negative and equivalent fractions will also be reviewed using this foldable.

Subjects:

A handwritten guide to some of the key skills / formulas needed for quadratic functions. Includes...Expanding Polynomials using a diagramFactoring w/the AC MethodFormulas for some special casesPerfect SquaresDifference of SquaresStandard FormVertex FormFactored FormList of perfect squares (0 throug

Percent Proportions - The Complete Unit:After teaching students how to solve percentage problems for many years, I have come to the conclusion that using proportions is the best way to do so. There are no decimal shifts (as there are when students use the percent equation, p = % • w) to cause error

Grades:

Over 55 Word Problems using Strip Diagrams as pictorial models for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems.
Concepts include:
*TEKS 4.5A
* tape diagrams
* model drawing
* partitive division
* quotative division
* missing factor
* missing product
* problem types
* multi-st

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

This activity supports TEKS 4.5A of the new Texas Math Standards: Representing multi-step problems using strip diagrams and equations with a letter standing for the unknown.Included are 24 "flip it" task cards that will help your fourth grade student understand the relationship between strip diagram

Subjects:

Grades:

Help your students make sense of STRIP DIAGRAMS!
This pack includes word problems (one-step and multi-step) that students will match to a Strip Diagram Model. Once matched, the students will use the Strip Diagram to write* and Algebraic Equation.
*If students are struggling with writing Algebraic

Subjects:

Types:

This lesson will teach students how to use the number line to add and subtract positive and negative integers. Examples with diagrams help students to visualize integers operations. Also included you will find 4 pages of worksheets so students can practice
1. Adding integers with the same sign
2. A

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

showing 1-24 of 915 results