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Students will write 12 linear equations in slope-intercept form from two points, a point and the y-intercept, a graph, a point and a parallel or perpendicular line, and from an equation not in slope-intercept form. Students use the answer box to color the picture. Adorable gingerbread man cookies

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To help students practice exponent rules (power, product, quotient, zero and negative exponent rules) to simplify expressions.
Print out the 12 pages that list the problems and the solutions. Shuffle these papers and hang them around the classroom or workspace. Each student will need a double si

This Algebra 1 spiral review resource can easily be used as spiral math HOMEWORK, spiral math WARM UPS, or a DAILY MATH REVIEW! This spiral math review was designed to keep math concepts fresh all year and to simplify your homework or warm up routines. All pages are 100% EDITABLE and easy to differe

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This zip file includes every resource I have created for sixth grade math in five complete year bundles: 70 assessments, 58 stick-n-solve foldables + 68 vocab diagrams, 67 math stations, 13 choice boards, and 6 bingo games for the whole year. This totals over 900 pages and includes over 250 resource

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Interactive Math Journal Pages that align to the TEKS!
This bundle pack contains 100 INB pages that can be used to teach all the 6th Grade TEKS!
Save 25% when you buy the bundle!
Numerical Representations and Relationships
-1 Traditional Venn Diagram with Follow Along Note Page
-1 square Venn Dia

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This is a zipped file consisting of three files: an 8 slide powerpoint, a 2 page word document, and a 1 page jpeg picture.
Print out the 8 slides that have two problems each and cut them apart. Tape them up randomly around the room.
I've used these in two different ways:
1) Write the answers to #

Students will write 12 linear equations in slope-intercept form from two points, a point and the y-intercept, a graph, a point and a parallel or perpendicular line, and from an equation not in slope-intercept form. Students use the answer box to color the picture. Adorable St. Patrick's Day pictur

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