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These 8 stations are designed to either introduce or review all the vocabulary related to scatterplots including linear vs non-linear, positive, negative, and no correlation, best fit line, outlier, and so on.
The stations are designed for 5 - 8

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This 5 day bundle introduces two way frequency tables, joint and marginal relative frequency, as well as conditional relative frequency. Guided notes, practice problems, and a project is included. The notes are scaffolded and the practice problems

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This project allows students to solidify the connection between large numbers and large exponents as the power on base 10.
The step based project tells students exactly what to do. Before beginning the project, they must split a blank piece of

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The attached foldable is a great tool to teach or review graphing systems of inequalities. There are 3 problems and a "proof" so that students understand that an ordered pair solution to a system of inequalities will satisfy both inequalities. This

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This one-stop-shop worksheet guides students through 4 interesting scatterplot problems where students must draw and find the slope of the best fit line. Additionally, students are required to understand the meaning behind the slope. The problems

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This resource contains guided notes on calculating conditional relative frequency for a two-way frequency table that presents interesting information for students. The guided notes are followed by 8 stations with a recording sheet, that asks

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Inside are 4 extensive problems that include 4 interesting questions to introduce plotting scatterpoint data. Students must extract variables from the question, decide the independent and dependent variable, then plot the data on a graph. The data

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This foldable can be used to introduce or review Zero and Negative exponents.
The table in the center is an inquiry based approach for students discovering the pattern on their own.
Below the table are guided notes to solidify the students'

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This no-prep lesson plan includes 62 problems in 8 stations that cover the most important standards from 8th grade math. Topics include: math vocabulary, linear functions, systems, equations, expressions, exponents, scientific notation,

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This function rule activity can be arranged to be as interactive as you would like.
The first page is the recording sheet, where students will get practice writing function rules from word problems.
The following 4 pages have duplicated copies of

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This foldable is a two page document that can be used to learn or review point slope formula. The foldable works as a double door so students are prepared for different problem types.
Inside, there are 2 practice problems per door, one can be for

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Middle Schoolers love to talk about themselves! This lesson introduces a claim that there is a positive correlation between the day of the month you are born on and how impulsive you are. Students write down the day of the month they were born on,

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This project walks students through guided notes of inventing their own system of equations. The half-sheet notes give step by step instructions and a space for you to walk through building the system. The second sheet gives a large template for the

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This resource allows students to discover the 3 volume formulas through a process of plugging in the given dimensions and given volume. Going through this process will increase the retention of the formulas, and is much more engaging than just

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This quiz covers the scatterplot standards in a scaffolded manner. Students will encounter questions from all Blooms levels. The quiz is out of 30 points and the point values are given for each question. You may want to pre-scale the graph depending

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This engaging resources comes with step by step teacher directions to make solving for volume more fun than just plugging in known dimensions. Students guess how many M&Ms are in a cone, cylinder, and sphere, and use the volume formulas to

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Interwoven strategies including: Direct instruction, inquiry based lessons, stations, scavenger hunts, and other engaging activities; mini-project based learning. A huge proponent of open sorts.

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Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Geometry, Graphing, Numbers, Social Studies - History, U.S. History, Math Test Prep, Other (Social Studies - History), Statistics, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Decimals, Place Value