# Ashley Wallace

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Worksheet to be used when teaching students the effects of changing dimensions on a plane or space shape's perimeter, area, surface area, and/or volume.
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This power point presentation has all the bells and whistles. It shows students how to solve one-step equations through addition and subtraction. Practice problems are included at the end.
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This power point presentation has all the bells and whistles. It shows students how to solve one-step equations through multiplication and division. Practice problems are included at the end.
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This power point presentation has all the bells and whistles. It shows students how to solve one-step equations. Practice problems are included at the end.
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Power point presentation that explains how to use the distributive property and combine like terms. Has all the "bells and whistles"!
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This sheet asks students to explain the steps they would take to solve one-step equations (all four operations). I have used this as a pre-assessment for my students. By having them explain the steps they took to solve the problems, you can get a
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This file contains 50+ pages of excercies for students. I have used these as a cumulative review for students through out the year and before testing at the end of the year. Most of these problems are correlated with the 7th grade Mathematics
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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4 ratings
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This worksheet has 50 problems that requires students to solve multi-step equations. I grouped the problems so that they are in four different groups. I use this sheet with my EC/Inclusion class. We begin by working a few together and then they
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This power point presentation has all the bells and whistles!! It shows students how to solve equations using the distibutive property and by combining like terms. Practice problems are included at the end.
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Worksheet where students must solve equations in one variable by taking the square root or cube root of both sides.
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This is a project where students must create a board game. Players must use integer computations to play the game. This file also includes a rubric for grading the project.
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This power point presentation has all the bells and whistles. It shows students how to solve multi-step equations.
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This is a good beginning of the year math project. Students must use the letters in their name to find math words and pictures.
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This item includes ***180*** math starters that I have used with my seventh grade math and pre-algebra classes. When students enter the classroom they can get started on these immediately while I take attendance and collect homework. Most starters
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Worksheet with word problems for students to solve involving square roots.
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Students must design a sign to help remember the different integer rules. Includes a rubric for grading.
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Worksheet that requires students to put rational and irrational numbers in order and to classify them.
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This is a 20 question mutliple choice test. Students must be able to solve one-step, two-step, and mutli-step equations.
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Students conduct a survey of their choosing and then find the different measures of central tendency and construct a box and whisker plot.
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This is a matching games. Print the deck out on cardstock (I use a different color for each deck) and then have students match the inequality with it's solution. You could also have them play the game concentration-style.
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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