Students can solve order of operations practice problems. These problems include fractions as part of the question that need to be solved. Teachers should emphasize the importance of using PEMDAS but remind students that multiplication and division
In this project students will translate real world situations into algebraic expressions, write equations, and solve equations. Students will also identify algebraic expressions found from a table as well as use input/output charts to evaluate
Students will be able to demonstrate their understanding and application of factors, GCF, factor pairs, and the distributive property. Students are given the end goal and need to figure out what to do in order to create the expressions needed to
This is graphic organizer helps students figure out where they need to put the digits of a percent when converting it into a decimal. It can be used for whole numbers that are single digit percentages, double digit percentages, and even three digit
Here is a lesson used to teach about sales and discounts, sales prices, sales tax, and commissions. It demonstrates using the cross product, connections to dividing by 100, and finding new sale prices after finding discount value.
Use this helpful tool for students who need reminders on how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals. Examples are provided at the bottom of each card. Boxed paper is provided for assistance in arranging numbers properly when solving
Students can use factor trees in order to find the greatest common factor needed in order to decide how many items are given out to each person. Students will practice writing out the distributive property and equivalent expressions.
This template is used to help students write their own GCF/LCM word problem based on real world situations. Students are provided with two scenarios they can either use both or one, based on assignment requirements. The word bank is provided to help