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# Karee Schwartz

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This pdf is for an activity at the beginning of the school year. The students write letters to themselves, put it in an envelope, and seal it. In my classroom I hold onto these envelopes for the entire school year and then return them to the
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This pdf contains examples of misleading and incorrect math statements. The statements appeared in newspaper articles, on road signs, picture captions, classified ads, etc. I found these pictures online on various sites. I have used these pictures
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This is an interactive Jeopardy PowerPoint game that reviews the basic concepts of patterns and exponents, order of operations, variables and expressions, area and perimeter and problem solving. This is a fun game to use with an interactive white
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This is an exciting and engaging way to culminate a geometry unit for middle school students. Students must incorporate a list of geometric figures/terms in an effort to create a beautiful masterpiece. Topics for review/assessment include:
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This project is an exciting way to review expressions and equations for 7th and 8th grade students. It can be used as a group or individual assessment. Students will be creating expressions and equations whose answers, when simplified or solved,
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This is a worksheet/activity that can be modified each year to use with your students during the Super Bowl. Math concepts that are included: time, percents, decimals, fractions, ratios, number comparison, etc.) This happens to be the set of
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Are your students saying that they don't know how to study for a math test? This sheet offers 17 methods for studying for all types of math assessments. There is also an opportunity for students to reflect on their current methods of studying
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This is a mini lesson and practice worksheet for percent increase and decrease. Students use real-world scenarios involving taxes, sales, and population change to calculate percent of change. This activity is from the Financial Literacy: First
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Students will participate in an engaging "hit or miss" penny toss. While completing the activity, students will be collecting data, writing ratios and making predictions. Included in this lesson plan (besides the directions), is a table for data
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This is a great idea for a 2-3 minute warmup at the start of class. These are pictures from ads, articles, signs, etc. that contain some sort of math error. Some signs are humorous and others are just misleading. Students will enjoy finding math
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This is an agenda for the hands-on activities and real-life application lessons in a 4-6 week Financial Literacy: First Steps unit. Included in the agenda you will find notes and homework assignments that coordinate with the daily activities. The
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This activity is designed to help students investigate how credit cards work--their benefits and pitfalls. The first part of the activity incorporates a Frontline documentary on credit cards (web address for this video provided) The second part of
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This assessment is from our Financial Literacy: First Steps" unit. This choice board contains 16 differentiated project options for assessing students' understanding of percents, fractions, and decimals as well as variety of money and
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This is a template for the transaction ledger that students used to keep track of deposits and withdrawals from their accounts throughout the Financial Literacy: First Steps unit. This ledger was checked periodically to make sure that students
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Great for posters or a beginning of the year resource packet for students. It could also be used for review at the end of the year. Source: ISAT Mathematics Review Level G: aim higher! Great Source Education Group This packet contains
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There are three sheets of practice problems here and an answer key included. The problems involve applications of percent. There is practice for calculating percent increase and decrease, sales tax and tip, and compound interest. These sheets
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This is a one day activity teaches students about large numbers and about compound interest. Students investigate the long term monetary implications of adopting a smoking habit. It is part of the Financial Literacy: First Steps unit. This
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This is a fill in the blank note sheet for a mini lesson on interest, commission, taxes, and finance charges. The notes are designed to be used with the Financial Literacy: First Steps, Days of Interest slideshow (available in a pdf), but it can be
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This is a informational sheet that students can fill out at the beginning of the year for you to get to know them. This form collects pertinent information (name, address, email address, phone number), along with interesting facts about your
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Fractions-Decimals-Percents Matching-This is a skills based worksheet that enhances the students' knowledge of fractions, decimals, and percents. Students will be practicing basic conversions as well as using the percent equation and the percent
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We are teachers at a junior high in Northbrook, Illinois. Combined, we have been teaching 13 years and have been in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math classrooms with general, special ed, and gifted students. Our lessons are designed for a forty minute class period with the exception of the units that span multiple days.

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