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Slope-Intercept Form for Linear Equations - Discovery:
This activity is an introduction to Slope-Intercept Form. It is best for when students are able to graph a line using a table, but have not yet been introduced to graphing using

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This three-page discovery of Product Rule, Quotient Rule, and Power Rule is intended to be used before introducing Exponent Rules.
**This resource is also available in a DISCOUNTED bundle: Expressions & Equations Bundle
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This is a great activity for practicing slope-intercept form. Students put together matches from cut up squares that consist of graphs, equations, words, and "m" and "b" values. A "match" can contain any combination of two of these. Students will

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Critical Thinking with Integers, Opposites, Absolute Value, Integer Operations, & more:
Two versions are included -
Version 1 (Worksheet) - Students determine whether each statement is "always true," "sometimes true," or "never true." They

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Factoring Practice - Factor all types of polynomials:
These worksheets will help your students practice factoring polynomials. This is the DISCOUNTED full set of 7 GridWords puzzles for factoring. The sheets can also be purchased

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This pack of materials includes resources for teaching Exponent Rules:
- Product Rule
- Quotient Rule
- Zero Power Rule
- Power of a Power Rule
- Power of a Product Rule
- Power of a Quotient Rule
- Negative Exponent Rule
**This resource is also

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Fractions, Decimals, & Percents - Converting Between Fraction Form, Decimal Form, and Percent Form to Identify Equivalent Numbers (Differentiated Practice):
This is a great activity for practicing converting between equivalent fractions,

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In this activity, students solve 15 equations and color the ornaments according to the solutions (like a color-by-number). Each student needs one “Equation Ornaments” coloring sheet and one “Problem Set” sheet.
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This activity is used to introduce integer addition. The students develop the rules for adding integers for themselves. There are many benefits to using this discovery process in your classroom. Students can become engaged in using their critical

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Fractions, Decimals, & Percents - Critical Thinking:
Includes equivalent fractions, converting between number forms, and more.
Two versions are included -
Version 1 (Worksheet) - Students determine whether each statement is "always true,"

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This activity guides students to develop rules for the properties of exterior angles of a triangle. Through inquiry-based learning, students are able to discover the theorem on their own and therefore understand the concept better and can remember

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This activity is for students who are already able to graph a linear equation on the coordinate plane. It is a great way to practice or review Slope-Intercept Form.
After choosing a location on each of the four maps to bury a treasure, each

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Quadrilateral Properties & Quadrilateral Classifications - Critical Thinking:
Two versions are included -
Version 1 (Worksheet) - Students determine whether each statement is "always true," "sometimes true," or "never true." They color each

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Evaluating Expressions & Simplifying Expressions (Using Order of Operations) - Practice / Review:
This set of 6 differentiated worksheets offers a fun way for your students to practice simplifying expressions using order of operations and

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Triangle Sum Theorem - Students discover that the sum of the angle measures in a triangle is 180 degrees.
Here's what's included in in this great lesson pack:
- A review of triangle classifications
- 2 half-sheet Warm-Up exercises
- 2 different

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Students practice Slope-Intercept Form, Point-Slope Form, and Standard Form. They work with the equations of lines, graphs, x-intercepts and y-intercepts, and slopes.
This set of three activities can be used all at once or spread throughout a unit

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