Simple Interest Spinner Activity – This spinner activity is a fun way for students to practice solving simple interest problems (I=prt). Students use a pencil and paper clip to spin up to four spinners and complete the story. They will use the information in the story to solve the problem. This activity can be played with a partner, used during math centers, or even in small tutoring groups.
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What is included?
*1 Spinner Printable
*Recording sheet with 6 fill in the blank stories
*Activity Instructions and Teacher Tips
*CCSS Standard 7.RP.3 and TEKS 7.4D
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