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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. :)

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This is a great activity to use in math stations, as a small group activity, or as an individual activity. This is a challenging puzzle, it is not for beginners. :)

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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

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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.

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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

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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

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This is a fun way to visually review linear equations. The students cut out the graphs and glue them next to their correct equation. Enjoy!

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This fun activity will enable students to practice finding slope from two points on a graph. This was a big hit with my Algebra students. :)

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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.
*Place value
*Adding and subtracting two or more digits
*Rounding
*Word problems

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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. :)

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