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Make it more fun for your students to solve equations with this color by number activity! Fifteen two step equations are included. The equations include negatives and fractional coefficients. All answers are integers and an answer key is
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Need a different sort of assignment for a change of pace? Middle and high school students enjoy color by number worksheets. Maybe this is because they don't get to color much after elementary school? If you've never used this type of assignment
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This activity is a great way to review solving one step equations! Students will solve fifteen one step equations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Only positive integers are included in this lesson. CCSS 6.EE CCSS
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Make solving systems of equations more fun with this color by number! Twelve systems of equations are incorporated into this activity. They may be solved using either the elimination or substitution method. Answer key included Here is a fun
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A structured approach to teaching surface area can make it so much easier for students to understand! These materials lend themselves to use in interactive notebooks. These foldable notes, examples, and practice problems feature a structured step
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Make practice fun with this color by number activity! Students will solve multistep equations resulting in fractional/rational solutions. Equations include distributing, variables on both sides, combining like terms and fractional
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Teach solving multistep equations with one solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions (identity) with these two worksheets and foldable notes. The notes are perfect for use with an interactive notebook. The ten question worksheet is
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Students love to color! In this activity, students will solve twelve problems in which they will calculate the circumference and area of circles. They will use 3.14 for pi and round answers to the nearest tenth. CCSS: 7.G CCSS: HSG.GMD Check
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Cut the 16 puzzle pieces apart, then paste them into place so that each problem matches its answer. This puzzle contains algebraic proportions (no factoring) and similar figures. See the preview for examples. Use this activity as a homework
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Q: What is the most difficult thing for students to understand about solving word problems involving percents? A: I always think it is getting them to understand that the percentage and rate must agree. This color by number includes nine
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This is a wonderful activity for fall/autumn since it features a whimsical turkey! However, it can be used at any time of the year. Students will solve twelve two step equations involving positive numbers only. This is appropriate for middle or
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Need a different sort of assignment for a change of pace? Middle and high school students enjoy color by number worksheets. Maybe this is because they don't get to color much after elementary school? If you've never used this type of assignment
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Your students will love this Aztec patterned color by number activity and you will love that they are practicing the Pythagorean Theorem. Students will solve 15 problems in which they will find the length of the missing side of a right triangle,
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This activity consists of twelve proportion problems for students to solve. Students will only work with whole numbers to solve these proportions. This activity can be used for practice, as a review, as a math center, or as an assignment choice for
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Need to grab the attention of your students? Try using data from "The Hunger Games" series by Suzanne Collins and the "Harry Potter" series by J.K. Rowling! The first activity is a box and whisker graph lesson. It includes notes, a data sheet
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Kids love Color by Numbers! They will really enjoy this Aztec patterned one. In this activity students will solve multistep equations involving only positive whole numbers. They will be required to distribute and combine like terms. Answer key
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Students will find the surface areas and volumes of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres. Answers are represented in terms of pi rather than using 3.14 for pi. A page of formulas is included. Cut the 16 puzzle pieces apart, then paste
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A structured approach to teaching volume can make it so much easier for students to understand! These materials lend themselves to use in interactive notebooks. These foldable notes, examples, and practice problems feature a structured step by
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Need a different sort of assignment for a change of pace? Middle and high school students enjoy color by number worksheets. Maybe this is because they don't get to color much after elementary school? If you've never used this type of assignment
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Students of all ages love to color! Make practicing more fun with this color by number activity. Students will calculate the probability of independent and dependent events. Twelve word problems are included. The focus is on learning about
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My 30 years of experience teaching Algebra I and Geometry have prepared me to provide sound and challenging instruction to students who excel at mathematics. In comparison, my Pre-Algebra students often struggle with mathematical skills and concepts. Teaching students at both levels has allowed me to become expert at providing appropriate interventions for students at all levels of intellectual development. I also have experience teaching honors 6th and 7th grade courses.

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In my classroom I focus on the use of differentiated instruction, providing prompt personal feedback, and creating an active classroom by incorporating technology, a variety of learning activities, and manipulative use into my lessons.

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Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana Master of Science in Education Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana Graduate studies in Education Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana Bachelor of Arts in Education