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This activity includes seven stations. Each station focuses on a specific type of percent word problem.
Station 1: Is/of
Station 2: Part/whole
Station 3: Discount, sales tax, markup, tip
Station 4: Original price
Station 5: Commission
Station 6:

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This station activity can be used as a review activity for the following concepts from the CCSS Ratios & Proportional Relationships domain: unit rate word problems, solving proportions involving complex fractions proportion word problems,

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This packet reviews all types of percent word problems found in the 7th grade common core curriculum. It includes: is/of, part/whole, discount, sales tax, markup, tip/gratuity, original price, commission, percent of change, relative error, and

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This quiz covers putting an equation in function form, creating a table of values for a linear function and graphing it, stating whether something is a function given a table of values or a graph, explaining how to tell whether a relation is a

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This Jeopardy review game covers the following topics: properties of numbers, variable substitution, combining like terms to simplify expressions, distributing to simplify expressions and solving one-step equations. Includes answer slides and daily

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This station review activity was designed to be used with my seventh grade honors students because, in addition to the common core standards for ratios and proportional relationships, it includes some linear functions topics that relate to these

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In this activity students will sort cards into two categories: "Linear" or "Nonlinear". There are a total of 42 cards (21 cards that represent linear functions and 21 that are not linear functions). Each card has an equation, a table of values, a

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This resource includes notes, practice and a homework assignment on writing linear functions. Students are given a real-life situation that represents a linear function. They must define their variables, write a linear function, create a table of

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This is a great review of functions aligned with the NYS math 8 common core curriculum. Students answer 21 questions that show functions as tables, graphs, coordinate pairs, and equations. It also reviews the concept of notation with f(x). Word

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This resource is for the Common Core Algebra I curriculum. It is meant to use to teach key features of quadratic functions. Given a graph or equation of a quadratic function, the key features covered are: opening upward/downard, axis of symmetry,

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This resource is designed for 7th grade accelerated students. It bridges the 7th grade common core standards about graphs of proportional relationships (y=kx) to the 8th grade common core standards about graphs of linear functions in general

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This Jeopardy game was made specifically to review for the New York State Math Test in Grade 7. It is aligned to the new Common Core Learning Standards. Each category in the game is a different unit. The units include: The Number System,

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This is an activity where students will travel to seven different stations to review: categories of numbers, comparing rational numbers, ordering rational numbers, adding and subtracting integers, evaluating expressions including absolute value, and

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This investigation has students conduct two experiments to learn about the difference between theoretical and experimental (empirical) probability. In the first experiment, students will flip a coin and explain how their experimental probability

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This lesson teaches students how to reflect over the x-axis or y-axis. The rules for reflections are developed through investigation followed by examples for guided practice. This lesson correlates to the CCSS for grade 8.

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The notes packet in this resource begins with a Frayer model template so students can understand what area is. The second page is meant to be a formula sheet for students where they will need to fill in the formulas for a square, rectangle,

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This resource introduces students to finding area of irregular figures as well as finding area of the shaded region of a figure. There is a corresponding homework assignment included!

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I have taught in the middle school for 12 years! My experience includes teaching grades 6-8 in an AIS classroom for two years and teaching on a team, Math 7, Math 7 Honors, Math 8 and Algebra 1 Honors for 10 years.

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PreK, Kindergarten, 1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

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Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Measurement, Numbers, Other (Math), Science, Other (Science), Math Test Prep, For All Subject Areas, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Thanksgiving, Mental Math, Halloween, Winter, Decimals, St. Patrick's Day