Keep Calm and Do Math

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Looking for a way to review least common denominators (LCD) with your 5th or 6th graders? This product is a quick review of finding the LCD for given fractions. Includes three examples that can be done as a class, and one activity sheet that can
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A complete, common core lesson on writing equations of proportional relationships! Includes vocabulary, class notes, examples, in class practice, homework sheet, and a review sheet! Fully aligned to 7th grade common core standards. The review sheet
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Extend students' knowledge of integer operations to rational number operations with this lesson on multiplying and dividing rational numbers! Fully aligned to the common core standards, this product includes a review of integer operations,
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Students will use a number line to begin their exploration of adding and subtracting rational numbers. This lesson includes integers, fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals. This lesson requires prior knowledge of adding and subtracting
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This lesson introduces the concept of rational numbers as they relate to integers and natural numbers. Students extend their knowledge of adding and subtracting integers to rational numbers in this lesson. This product includes class notes,
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Students apply their knowledge of proportional relationships and rates by comparing the speeds of two bicyclists. Prior knowledge of creating rate tables and graphing proportional relationships required. Great as an extension or enrichment
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In this tasks, which can be an independent, partner, or group activity, students will apply their knowledge of proportional relationships to this real-world scenario. Students will use tables, graphs, and equations of proportional relationships to
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This product is a great introduction to adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators. Activities include using grid models to visualize sums and differences. Students will draw conclusions about algorithms for adding and subtracting like
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A complete lesson on recognizing independent and dependent variables in proportional relationships! Includes class notes, examples, and homework. Proportional Relationships: Independent and Dependent Variables by Victoria Miller is licensed under
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To begin understanding the concept of multiplying fractions, models can be used for a visual representation. This product contains an activity in which models are used to demonstrate multiplication of fractions. This activity leads to the
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Percent can be a very confusing topic for many middle schoolers. This activity introduces percent with a visual method using grids. Students will be able to make the connection between fractions, ratios, and percents. This is best used as a guided
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This task is a great introduction to comparing ratios. Students will compare four different juice-concentrate to water ratios. The follow-up questions allow students to further their understanding of ratios and unit rates. I have used this activity
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This product covers finding a whole when given a percent and a part. This document contains example problems to complete as a whole-class, followed by exercises that can be used for independent classwork, partner work, or homework.
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This lesson addresses 7th grade Common Core standards related to addition of integers and rational numbers. This lesson introduces students to the concept of adding integers using a number line and "counting up" or "counting down." Real-world
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This product is a great review of finding common denominators, adding and subtracting fractions, and simplifying fractions! Includes examples of adding and subtracting unlike fractions. Great for a math station when reviewing fractions!
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This lesson begins with simplifying fractions using the greatest common factor (GCF) of the denominators. Students should work toward mentally simplifying fractions. The second part of the lesson, Equivalent Fractions, is focused on scaling up and
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This assessment tests students' knowledge of finding least common denominators, adding and subtracting fractions (no mixed numbers), simplifying fractions, and real-world applications of fractions.
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Students learn about theoretical probability vs. experimental probability and use multiple real-world scenarios to understand the difference. This product contains bell work, in-class exercises/activities, and a homework sheet!
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If you are about to begin a unit on probability with your middle schoolers, this pre-test is for you! This diagnostic assessment will let you know how much background knowledge your students have regarding probability and chance!
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This lesson is a natural next step after students learning addition of integers. There are multiple representations of integer subtraction in this lesson, including chip boards and number lines. Students can use two-color chips to model these
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I spent 4 years as a 4th grade teacher teaching language arts, reading, spelling, writing, math, and science. A total of 3 years teaching middle school math!

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Washington & Jefferson College B.A. Child Development and Education 2010 University of Pittsburgh M.Ed. Mathematics Education 2013

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