This project requires students to put to use their percent skills: tax, tip, discount and commission. They plan a night out with friends including a new outfit, dinner and a movie all while staying within a given budget. Then they put together all
This project is for students to learn facts about important government buildings, as well as the geometric features that make the building unique. The students will create scale drawings and models and design a power point slide show to share what
This activity is included 3 sets of integer word problems. They are leveled low, middle, high and are listed in that order. The low level questions give hints or require only 1-2 steps. The high level has more complex, multi-step problems.
AmericanPi - Composite Figures Using Scale and Percents
This real world activity has students finding the area and perimeter of composite figures by addition. Students will then use this information to solve real world problems, such as the cost of
American Pi - Weather Activity - Adding and Subtracting Decimals with Estimation
This activity requires students to look up the precipitation levels for a given city. They then have to estimate the sums and compare the estimates with the actual
American Pi - The Cost of Feeding Olympians - Multiplying and Dividing Decimals
This real world activity has students work the find the cost of feeding all of the Olympians and their coaches for the Olympics. Students must research the cost of each
This activity is included 3 sets of comparing decimals activities. They are leveled low, middle, high and are listed in that order. The low level questions give hints or require only 1-2 steps. The high level has more complex, multi-step
American Pi - Gymnastics Vault Scores - Adding and Subtracting Decimals
This real world activity has students use the scores from the 2012 Olympics Vault to find the sums and differences between scores. They also have to determine how many more
This activity is included 3 sets of a coupon activity which requires students to apply operations with decimals and compare decimals. They are leveled low, middle, high and are listed in that order. The low level questions give hints or require only
In this activity, students must find the area of two different sized pizzas then compare the areas by showing work, drawing it out, and explaining it in words.
It is leveled low, medium, and high, and the activities are listed in that order.
Use this game board for any concept you would like. I have used it in class to review concepts such as equations and functions. Students choose their own path which has them complete 3 different activities and about 25 practice problems.
One of the best ways to help your students succeed is to help them set goals for themselves and keep track of their progress toward those goals.
I have used this progress monitoring form with great success. My students get a new form for each new