TEKS 8.10 D
This activity has students make connections between the scale factor and the area and perimeter of dilated figures. In addition to this activity you will also need a quarter sheet of graph paper for each student to draw the different
TEKS 8.6 A
Accordion fold style foldable. It covers comparing area of 2D figures with the volume of 3D figures. Includes Prisms, cylinders, cones, and spheres.
For the volume line, have students write out what the area of the base should be, rather
TEKS 8.2 B
This activity is the first step in helping kids see where the square roots of non-perfect squares are on a number line. This will help them approximate the value of these irrational numbers.
TEKS 8.8 A, B 7.10A
Covers constants, coefficients, variables, equations, and inequalities.
I recommend having students use different colored pencils or highlighters to mark the parts of the word problems like on the teacher guide. Solving the
This is a social contract for students to agree to and if you want, to sign. All examples are worded positively (no don'ts or can'ts). Several different colors are included to match decor or school colors.
TEKS 8.8 A, and B
Additional graphic organizer, works great for ELL or SpEd populations. It points out key words that would indicate a constant, or a coefficient in a word problem. Also has words that would indicate whether it was an equation or
TEKS 8.5 D
This explains to kids what a trend line is, how to make one and how to find the equation for it. After the students have the equation there are 3 questions asking them to use the trend line to make predictions.
Students might want a
TEKS 6.2A 7.2 8.2A
Nesting box foldable to show students the relationship between sets of Rational Numbers and how to incorporate Irrational Numbers.
Includes- Rational, Integer, Whole, Natural and Irrational.
TEKS 8.6 C and 8.7C
Explains the parts of a right triangle and how to manipulate the Pythagorean Theorem to solve for each part. Gives names for each side of the right triangle, and 3 different example problems to solve for each side of the
Students plot the points and answer questions about the correlation of the data and whether or not it is a strong trend.
Topic of Trend Lines is introduced and gives step by step instructions on how to create one. Students then use the
TEKS 8.12 D
TEKS 7.13 E
PowerPoint showing how the same amount of money invest for the same time with the same interest rate will earn different amounts of interest because of the differences between Simple and Compound Interests