This is an activity ALL students will like - because it involves food, of course!
Students are given a small baggie of about 35 Fruit Loops.Then, they complete the chart converting fractions, decimals, and percents.
My students were SO engaged
This is a Calendar Math Review for the Month of March, 2014. The calendar is editable, so you can rearrange it to work for any month. I use this with my 7th grade advanced students.
This is an excellent review of previously covered Common Core 7th
This is a review of 7th grade math problems from the first semester. Problems are Common Core based - mostly Ratio and Proportional Reasoning and The Number System.
You can use this in many ways. I give it to my students at the beginning of the
Students will discover the "why" and "how" behind square roots in this fun, hands-on, cooperative learning activity.
Students will be given a baggie of Cheez-Its (or other manipulative) and the chart in this file. Students will model a square given
This is a review of the following types of 8th grade problems:
-Simplifying expressions (combining like terms)
-Solving equations (two-step, multi-step, one, none, many)
-Systems of Equations
This product contains the following types of problems:
-Converting fractions, decimals, and percents
-Approximating irrational numbers
-Writing and Graphing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form
I use this with my middle school students, but it can be adapted for ANY grade level!
This is an AwEsOmE get to know you activity for the first few days of school. It can be played like Scoot or Musical Chairs.
Instead of having students stay in
English Language Arts, Math, For All Subject Areas
This is a review/study guide on a chapter on rational numbers. It can be used as a study guide, quiz, homework, classwork, partner activity, or test. This file is editable, so you can make changes if you'd like!
I used this fractions, decimals, and percents worksheet as a study guide with my general 7th grade math students.
This sheet is divided into six sections:
-Converting Fractions to Decimals
-Converting Decimals to Fractions
-Converting Decimals to
This is a Calendar Math Review for the Month of November, 2014. The calendar is editable, so you can rearrange it to work for any month. I use this with my 7th grade advanced students.
This is an excellent review of previously covered Common Core
This is a Math Calendar that is a cumulative review for the Month of October, 2015. The calendar is editable, so you can rearrange it to work for any month and change problems as you see fit. I use this with my general 7th grade classes.
This is to be used a worksheet/homework/quiz on probability.
Students use The Fundamental Counting Principle, find sample spaces, and find the probability of events.
I used this with my 7th grade general classes.
This is a great activity to be used at the beginning of the school year to get students' brains warmed up by having them come up with any topic or math-related word that corresponds to each letter of the alphabet.
For example, students could fill
This file contain two different quizzes on percents.
Students will use the percent equation/proportion to solve for the part, percent, or whole. Percent of Change and Tax are also covered in the quizzes.
I have used this in my seventh grade general
This can be used to create your own CUTE lesson plan book!
You can print or copy enough pages that you'll need for the school year, go to Michael's or Hobby Lobby and pick out a cute piece of cardstock paper for the front and the back, take it to
This a great back to school questionnaire to get to know your students.
There are 13 different open-response questions students answer about themselves including:
-What are you favorite/least favorite things to do at school?
-Who do you admire the
This is a sheet I give my students to keep them accountable of their work and progress when playing the app "Math Workout" on their tablets or iPads.
Students need to download the app, then I have them complete at least 5 rounds of timed
Here are bathroom passes you can use in your upper-elementary to high school classroom, called "Gotta Go Passes."
When students must really "gotta go," they give you one of their passes.
Students receive 3 of these passes each 9-weeks (I cut the