# 7th Grade Math Color to Sort Activity Bundle:All Units Covered Subject
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"Math Teacher's Got Problems" presents a bundle of 7th grade math Color to Sort activities. A color to sort is an engaging, fun way for students to practice new math skills/ or review concepts in a way that is easy for teachers to quickly assess. Color to Sorts are easy to differentiate or extend to meet the needs of all your students, they are a perfect activity for math centers, interactive notebooks, great for homework, or as a standalone activity. This bundle includes a total of 9 Color to Sort Activities covering each unit of 7th grade math. Be prepared for the whole year and enjoy over \$7 in saving when you purchase the bundle. All color to sort activities are print ready, common core standard aligned and include an answer key. See a detailed description of each color to sort activity included in the bundle below.

Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers
All Operations with Rational Numbers Color to Sort: Add, subtract, multiply & divide the rational numbers, then match the solution to the answer key and shade in the box the correct color. Problems include addition, subtraction, multiplication & division of positive and negative whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Real world problems and absolute value problems are also included.

Unit 2: Expressions & Equations
Mathematical Properties Color to Sort: Students must identify the mathematical property by definition or example written in the expression form with variables & rational numbers.
Inequalities: Students must solve 1 step inequalities with all operations and then color to sort the problems to match the number line graph. The items to sort include inequalities with positive and negative numbers containing greater than, greater than or equal to, less than and less than or equal to and answers in word form.
Equivalent Expressions Color to Sort
An engaging activity where students must match equivalent expressions to the verbal phrases or simplify the expressions by combining like terms or using the distributive property, then shade the box to match the expression color key. Expressions include integers.
Unit 3: Ratio's and Proportions
Rainbow Percent Proportions Color to Sort: Students practice solving percent proportions by setting up proportion using part/whole = %/100. Students are given a percent equation and they must match the equation to the correct proportion and then solve the proportion to find the correct solution. Each equation is assigned a different color and is worded in various forms of the is-of-what format, some decimals are included.

Unit 4: Geometry
Surface Area and Volume Color to Sort: Students practice identifying 3-D figures and calculating volume and surface area. After identifying and calculating students then match the solutions and shade in the box the correct color. Figures include rectangular and triangular prisms, and pyramids.

Unit 5: Inferences (Data Analysis)
Sampling Methods Color to Sort: This is a fun and engaging activity that requires students to read several sampling scenarios and then color to sort the scenarios to match the sampling type.
Measures of center & Variability Color to Sort: An engaging activity for students to practice finding the measures of center and measures of variability of a data set. Students calculate the measures of center & variability, then match the solutions to shade in the box the correct color. Measures of center include mean, median and mode. Measures of variability include lower quartile, upper quartile, range and inter-quartile range. Data sets are composed of 6-8 values.
Box Plots Color to Sort: An engaging and fun activity where students must find the 5-number summary for each set of data and color the values to match the color key. Students then sketch the box plot to match the data on the provided number line.

Unit 6: Probability
Probability on a Number Line Color to Sort: An engaging activity where students must identify the probability of a given event using a scale of 0 to 1 to determine if an event is impossible, unlikely, neither unlikely nor likely, likely or certain to occur. Includes probability as decimals, percents, fractions and in real world examples.
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20+ 