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# Math for the Critical Thinker

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This activity was used to review the three methods for solving systems of equations (graphing, substitution, and elimination). Students were separated into 3 groups A, B, C. Group A worked on the problems in Column A, Group B worked on column B, and
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This is a foldable I created for my Algebra students when they were learning about exponent rules. (I added combining like terms at the bottom too). Print front to back, fold in half and cut across the dotted lines!
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I used this mad lib to review adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators. This is a quick review with focus on unlike denominators (the difficulty level of the problems is easy to medium depending on your grade level and student
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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This foldable is used to summarize four transformations: translations, reflections, dilations, and rotations. Each tab describes the type of transformation and includes an example for students to complete. Answer key for the examples is included.
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This is a scavenger hunt I used with my 6th grade students to review one-step equations using addition, subtraction, multipication and division. There are 20 equations total - 5 of each operation. All answers are positive integers! Students can
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is a "definition decoder" activity I made for my 6th graders. Each page is posted around the room for students to complete. Students choose the correct answer which has a corresponding letter. I have students write all of their letters down on
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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I love using mad libs for math (and my students really seem to enjoy it too!) This mad lib has 14 stations that require students to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and mixed numbers. Each station has a problem that students have to
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is an activity I used with my 7th grade Pre-Algebra class to review proportions, scale drawings, and similar figures. There are 15 questions: 8 - word problems 1 - determine if figures are similar 2 - finding the missing side given two similar
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There are 20 problems - 1 per page. Students are asked to translate verbal expressions in to Algebraic expressions (some require them to also solve after they have translated). When they are finished they can check their answers by scanning the QR
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is a mad lib review for solving word problems using proportions, equations, and inequalities. I used this activity with my Algebra 1 students. Included are: - the directions - 10 stations (word problems!) - solution pages for students - blank
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This is a set of 24 task cards that require students to simplify fractions. Each card has one fraction, and the card either says simplify, reduce, or write in the lowest terms. (I wanted my 6th graders to recognize that those each mean the same
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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23 ratings
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This is a cut and paste activity for one-step equations that I used with my 6th graders. This activity has addition and subtraction equations only and does not involve negative numbers. One side of the worksheet requires students to paste the
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is a 5 page review booklet I made for my Algebra 1 students. There are 10 questions for each type of problem (50 questions total). We worked on it in class over the course of 2 blocks. Answer key is included! The types of questions included
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13 ratings
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This is a 6th grade unit on geometry measurements, which included circumference and area of circles, area and perimeter of triangles and rectangles, and surface area and volume of rectangular prisms. Everything is based on Virginia SOLs (similar to
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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10 ratings
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This is a station activity where students have to find the solutions that will give them the answers to a mad lib. The stations include solving linear inequalities, systems of linear inqualities, and 2 word problems. Included are: 10 stations (1
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This is a mad lib activity used to review the following properties of real numbers: Associative Property of Addition/Multiplication Commutative Property of Addition/Multiplication Inverse Property of Addition/Multiplication Identity Property of
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This is an activity I used after teaching addition and subtraction of polynomials. This is just like a word search, but the students have to search for the polynomial term-by-term (in standard form). There are 14 problems, a mixed practice of both
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6 ratings
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This is an exam I gave my 6th grade math students. I uploaded the Word document so you can edit it however you would like. The answer key is included! The types of questions include: Comparing and ordering fractions, decimals, and percents
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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8 ratings
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This is a set of 20 task cards reviewing... Ratios, proportions, and the geometric mean Use proportions to solve geometry problems Use similar polygons Prove triangles similar using similarity postulates Print pages front to
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4 ratings
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This is a 100 question Algebra 1 review of the following topics: Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities: - Translating and evaluating - Solving equations, proportions and inequalities - Literal equations (rearranging for a given variable) -
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8 ratings
3.9
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