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Proportional Relationships Activity Bundle - This bundle includes 6 classroom activities to support unit rates with and without fractions, the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships in tables, graphs, equations, and verbal
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Proportional Relationships Unit - This bundle has notes, homework, quiz, and test to ensure your students are successful with proportional relationships. Activities are aligned to CCSS (7.RP.1, 7.RP.2) and TEKS (7.4A, 7.4B, 7.4C). The following
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Independent and Dependent Variables Scavenger Hunt - Students practice interpreting tables, graphs, and situations to determine the independent and dependent variables. Aligned to CCSS 6.EE.9 and TEKS 6.6A, 6.6B. Scavenger Hunts are an awesome
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7th Grade Math - Common Core Bundle A perfect solution for the busy 7th grade math teacher or the school with limited resources! This bundle includes student-friendly notes, homework, quizzes, tests, warm-ups, spiral review, classroom activities,
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Proportional and Non Proportional Relationships Card Sort– Students will practice identifying and comparing proportional and non-proportional relationships using tables, graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions. This activity is hands-on and a
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Constant of Proportionality He Said She Said Activity – Each card in this activity will have two statements from different students regarding the constant of proportionality, and your students will have to decide whose is correct! It’s a great way
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Multiple Representations Card Match - Matching cards are perfect for classroom practice, tutoring, early finishers, or simple games. Students get hands on practice matching equations, tables, graphs, and verbal descriptions. Print on card stock
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Proportional and Non Proportional Relationships - This cut and paste puzzle if perfect for practicing graphing of proportional relationships. Students cut apart the table, graph the table, and then determine whether or not it is a proportional
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Proportional Relationships Station Review - Stations are an awesome way to get students out of their seats and working. Super easy to prep and facilitate for the teacher! Students get to work in collaborative group practicing a different skill at
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Students will practice expanding expressions by distributing both positive and negative numbers. They will match the simplified expression to the expanded expression. A recording sheet and answer key is included. Aligned to CCSS (7.EE.1,
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Maneuvering the Middle is focused on providing student-centered math lessons. On the blog you can find valuable tips for lesson planning, classroom technology, and math concepts in the middle school classroom. After seven years in middle schools around Texas, I feel privileged to focus on high-quality engaging lessons. Allowing you to do what you do best, teach. I believe that the combination of a teacher who cares and engaging materials can’t be beat in the classroom. Thanks for allowing me to join in on the journey. Maneuvering the Middle on the Web

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By helping students to master math concepts through real life experiences and connections, they are more likely to retain the knowledge and be able to apply it. In my classroom, we do lots of hands on activities to keep the learning fun and engaging.

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