This is a great activity to use in math stations, as a small group activity, or as an individual activity.
There are two levels to promote differentiation or to have students "level up." This is appropriate for beginners. :)
This activity is great for helping students practice solving equations step-by-step!
Level 1 - Students only concentrate on the first step.
Level 2 - Students find step 1 and step 2, then solve.
Level 3 - A little more challenging than level 2.
Students have twelve decimal problems to practice decimal division. There is an "A" page if you want the answer box to be 12 choices or a "B" page if you want them to have 16 answers to choose from ( a little more challenging).
You can use this
Three different activities to choose from! Independent, 2 players, or 3-4 players.
Students work to find percent of a number.
* There are no percents with decimals
* There are percents greater than 100.
This game can be used for 2 or 2-3 players. There is even an independent activity option!
Students will look at various tables, graphs, and equations to determine whether or not the relationship would be proportional or nonproportional. Great for
This activity is good practice for recognizing situations that are either proportional or nonproportional (tables, graphs, and equations). I let my students sort these with a partner, then we went over it together in class. The squared number and
Students go through the maze by finding the decimal products. There are 16 problems, and a decimal word find is included for early finishers. :)
*Whole number x Decimal
*Multiplying by tenths and hundredths
This is a fun practice for finding slope with two points. I like that this mystery puzzle is not easily solved by getting just a few of the letters correct. (The message reads backwards).
This activity took my students about 30 - 40 minutes to
This coloring activity is a fun way to review unit rates (whole numbers). There are 25 problems, and it took my students approximately 40-45 minutes to complete. Ideal for sub plans, a sponge activity, or just for fun. :)
This color by number mystery puzzle makes reviewing math concepts fun! Great for a sub or for a day when you need a break from the ordinary.
*Adding and subtracting two or more digits
This is a nine square puzzle to practice finding the net force. This would be great for a station activity or for a substitute teacher. I suggest laminating the puzzle for durability, then keep a copy of the original puzzle for a key. :)
This is a nine square puzzle to practice adding integers (for beginners). This would be great for a math station. I suggest laminating the puzzle for durability, then keep a copy of the original puzzle for a key. :)
This is a nine square puzzle to practice writing expressions (for beginners). This would be great for a math station. I suggest laminating the puzzle for durability, then keep a copy of the original puzzle for a key. :)
This is a set of sixteen task cards with a recording sheet and an answer key.
The expressions include fractions as division, negative numbers, and exponents. There are no fraction operations (except when used as division).
This is great for a math
This collection of 24 task cards will help students practice finding the missing angle in a triangle. Task cards 1 - 8 are for beginners (whole number + whole number + x = 180). Task cards 9 - 16 include finding the missing angle measure with
This is a nine square puzzle to help students practice adding and subtracting inequalities.
The inequalities in this puzzle are one-step only.
Some of the problems contain decimals
and fractions as well as some negative numbers.
There are two
Math Concept - Adding and Subtracting Integers (-20 to 20)
There are 36 problems for the students to solve and color. (Middle school students still love to color!) :)
The geometric shape will make a colorful pattern, but not one that is easily