Representing constant of proportionality as words, equations, tables, and graphs is a new objective in 7th grade this year in Texas.
This product includes:
-A student answer document
-A paper divided by the stations for students to
Being able to find the constant of proportionality is a new objective in Texas for 7th grade. These notes serve as an introduction to finding the constant of proportionality by taking the students step by step.
This process includes putting
This product includes 12 task cards or stations that require students to determine the constant rate of change or the constant of proportionality.
The types of questions included are- determining the constant rate of change or constant of
This product is introductory notes to identifying similar figures. The notes go through the three requirements that two figures must meet in order to be similar, identifying similar sides and angles in two triangles, setting up a proportion to prove
This product is a pack of TEN scaffolded notes covering probability.The notes are all in the form of foldables and there is one flip book included.
The notes included are:
*likelihood flip book
*representing a sample
This product includes 10 task cards or stations that require students to evaluate similar figures.
The types of questions included are-
finding a missing side of similar shapes,
determining whether or not two figures are similar,
Are your students tired of the same, boring worksheets? To make practicing solving inequalities more engaging and interesting for your students, let them solve their way through this maze. If they go through the maze correctly, they will have to
A new 7th grade objective in Texas is to be able to identify a constant of proportionality that is represented on a graph. The flow chart and page of notes introduces this concept.
After I had introduced the constant of proportionality
These notes take students step-by-step through the process of forming a linear equation from a word problem, creating a table to form ordered pairs, and then graphing the relationship represented in the problem.
I included two title pages if you
These task cards review solving one-step equations using all operations. The students will also be required to use integer rules. The last 6 cards are word problems that ask students to set up an equation based on the problem, then solve for x.
I Have, Who Has is a fun activity to help reinforce skills that are being taught. This particular I Have, Who Has game has 24 cards included and has been created to get the students more comfortable with seeing inequalities on a graph (number line).
This purpose of this product is to review and practice how to solve for unit rates and how to set up and solve proportions. While my original intention with this product was to play “SCOOT”, there are many different ways to use this activity. It
This product includes two different activities where the students conduct their own experiment with a partner, and then determine their experimental probability. Each activity comes with a set of questions that requires them to compare their
This product is an activity to informally assess where your students are on understanding probability. There are TWELVE stations or task cards, and it is a self-check activity with QR codes. After the students have solved each problem, they may scan
This product helps review solving and graphing inequalities. This product includes:
-12 inequalities to solve
-12 solutions to match to the inequalities
-12 graphs that correspond with the solutions
-recording sheet to show work and graph the
The purpose of this product is to review and practice multiplying and dividing integers. There are 30 problems, an answer document, and a key included.
While my original intention with this product was to play “SCOOT”, there are many different
This product includes a 10 question scavenger hunt that covers substitution in algebraic expressions and determining the value that makes an equation true, as well as 12 independent practice problems. The students will have to identify a constant,
This product’s purpose is to review writing inequalities from a given word description. It can be used as a math station, an intervention tool, or a whole class activity where each student has to find his/her partner based on their inequality or
Are your students tired of the same, boring worksheets? To make practicing adding fractions more engaging and interesting for your students, let them solve their way through this maze. If they go through the maze correctly, they will have to solve
This product is an introduction to exponents and includes guided notes for an interactive journal that covers exponents, as well as an exponents matching activity. The notes cover exponential notation, word form, expanded notation, and standard