This project is a good way for students to practice interpreting and sketching qualitative graphs. It gives students the choice to complete one of two projects. It also is an easy way to incorporate technology into your lesson. Enjoy!
Students will be given one number as either a percent, fraction, or decimal. They will fill the other two missing numbers to practice conversions. This activity works as a good review or as a good intro to conversions.
This resource includes 10 word problems that can be solved if the student sets up a System of Equation. I printed each page and laminated it so that I could reuse it next year! Place the laminated papers throughout the room. I taped them on random
These statements can be used when you are introducing inequalities to your students. Cut them out and give one to each student in your class. Have the five inequality symbols written on the board. Each student can put their statement under the
This product has students up and moving around the room. I like to hang some questions out in the hallway as well. Students can work with a partner or individually to answer each of the questions on each "Math Walk." Questions range from easy to
This Lesson focuses on The Power of a Power and Power of a Product Exponent Laws. The lesson includes definitions, lots of example problems, and an exit ticket! This lesson is a FlipChart which I project onto my Activ Panel.