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This is a great activity that has 20 practice problems to help your students with volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres. Eight problems are with images and the remaining 12 problems are word problems. There is a wide variety of difficulty levels

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This is a set of 20 task cards, along with a student recording sheet and an answer key. Task cards range in difficulty level, and cover everything your students need for exponential growth and decay! Enjoy!
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Students will work in partners to complete this activity. Partner A will solve 10 equations with variables on both sides from their column, while Partner B will do the same in the other column. The problems for Partner A and Partner B are different,

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Are you tired of boring worksheets? This is great activity that will have your students engaged while they practice multiplying exponents! Students will work through 12 problem cards, all of varying difficulty levels. For each problem card, there

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This scavenger hunt activity will get your students up and moving around, all while practicing arithmetic and geometric sequences. I have included 15 problems of various difficulty levels, a student work sheet, an answer document, and the answer

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Are your students tired of boring worksheets? If so, this activity is perfect for you! This word scramble will allow your students to get up and move about the classroom. They will solve 11 problems, each with a correct answer choice. The answer

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This is a 5 question worksheet. Students will match each equation with a model, and then solve for x. This could be used as a quick quiz or a homework assignment.

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This is a great station activity to help students understand the difference between proportional and non-proportional relationships (direct variation). In this activity, students will sort the 30 task cards that are provided into two groups-

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This activity has 20 problems on task cards, a student recording sheet, and an answer key. Problems are a combination of triangular prisms and rectangular prisms, and vary between word problems, nets, and 3-d images. There is one task card per page,

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This product includes 14 practice problems, a color by number picture, directions, and an answer key. Problems include interior angle practice and using the remote interior angles to find an exterior angle. There is a wide variety of difficulty

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This activity will get students engaged in a fun way! Students will work independently or in small groups to complete each task card. The answer on the task card will solve the mad lib. This is a great no prep activity that allows your students to

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Solving Systems by Elimination - Notes AND Partner Activity
This is a great way to introduce or re-teach solving systems by using the elimination method. With this purchase, you will receive a flow chart that your students will LOVE, as well as a

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This is a great foldable for any interactive math journal! It is fully equipped with definitions, examples of 90 degree rotations, 180 degree rotations, and 270 degree rotations, along with the algebraic representations of each.
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This is a 50 question test (multiple choice, true-false, and fill in the blank) that covers Geometry material from the entire year.
-Distance Formula
-Slope Formula
-Naming Angles
-Two-column Proofs
-Parallel Lines cut by a Transversal
-Parallel

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This maze activity would work great as a station activity, independent work, or a relay activity. Students will begin at the "Start" circle and work through the problems until they reach the "End" circle. Students will convert fractions, decimals,

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Ordering Rational Numbers - Color by Answer Activity
This is a great way to add some fun to your math classroom! With this activity, students will order 20 sets of numbers from least to greatest or greatest to least. The difficulty of each group of

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Literal Equations - Matching Activity
This is a great way for your students to practice solving literal equations of varying difficulty levels. There 20 cards in total, 10 equations and 10 answers. I have used this for a station activity, review

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught 8th grade math, Algebra I, and Geometry for the last three years in the great state of Texas!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I enjoy a hands on math classroom, filled with structured note taking and tons of activities that allow the students to gain a deeper understanding of the curriculum. I am constantly searching for new and engaging ways that will push my students further, both in and out of the classroom.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from from Southwestern University in 2013 with a degree in Education and Mathematics.

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Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Measurement, Numbers, Trigonometry, Other (Math), Science, Math Test Prep, For All Subject Areas, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Decimals, Place Value