A great way to take notes in math class!
This is a four door foldable that details the rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative numbers, or integers.
The foldable includes fill in the blank notes and examples.
In this worksheet, the first page includes definitions of mean, median, mode, range, and outliers and then has an example that can be done as a class or on their own. Then, students must go around the room and ask each other the survey questions on
This is a great and engaging activity about solving proportions.
Scatter the problems around the room and the students can start anywhere. They then solve the proportion and their answer will lead to the next problem.
They need to write down the
Here is a reference sheet for students to remember what mean, median, mode and range are and provides examples of how to find them.
Print this document two sided and cut in half to create two bookmarks with definitions and examples of mean, median,
A fun way to practice finding the percent of a number. Students start at any of the problems, write down the picture and solve the problem. Their solution will lead them to the next problem. Scatter them around the room for students to find and
This is a great foldable that teaches students how to solve one step inequalities and graph their solution. There is one example for each flap and each flap shows a different situation to solve an inequality (adding, subtracting, multiplying, and
This is a foldable that shows the formulas for Distance and Interest on the front and has two word problems on the inside as examples to use those formulas.
(When printing, print two sided and flip on short edge)