Math Movie Questions for It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown - Algebra
Included are 15 Algebra type questions that go along with the movie It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!.
• Two forms of worksheets included (see Preview)
• Answer key included
• Questions come from math areas usually taught/reviewed in first few months of Algebra
• Students do not need to watch the movie to answer the questions (except for the last "fun" question, that makes use of PEMDAS).
• Great fall holiday activity, substitute material, Friday activity, extra credit, etc.
• Fun movie activity to use while students are still learning!
Topics addressed in the questions include the following:
- Adding/Subtracting Negative Numbers
- Absolute Value
- Rational/Irrational Numbers
- Writing and Evaluating Expressions
- Combining Like Terms
- Solving Linear Equations
- Slope/Point Slope
- Mean, Median, Mode
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