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# Math Worthy

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Students will make a composite figure and find the area of their shape.
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8.NS.1 and 8.NS.2 Common Core. Students must take 16 blocks and make a 4 x 4 square by converting fractions to decimals and estimating square roots. Answer key provided.
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Based on 8.NS.1 8th Grade Common Core 40 Cards
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8.EE.7 Common Core Students have 9 choices to review for solving equations. They can make up stories, poems, raps, pictures, illustrations, etc. This document is editable. Great for homework or a project.
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Based on the Universal Design for Learning principles, students will be able to use multiple means of action and expression to show their understanding of integers. They must complete three projects in a row to "win". The projects can be
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This game is similar to Go Fish. You have 25 cards that have problems that you need to multiply polynomials and you have 25 cards that have the answers. Students need to find the match to the problems.
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There are 30 cards with polynomials that need to be match with their 30 factors. The game can be played with individual students or in groups. Cards can be color coordinated and laminated for extended use. Answer key is provided.
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32 cards in the series of I Have, Who Has... Inequalities. Answer key is provided. Game can be played with 2-32 players.
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Correlates with 8.EE.7a Common Core Standards The students can cut and move squares around to form a 3 x 4 rectangle. They must match two-step equations with the answers to form the correct rectangle. The file has two pages. The first page is the
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This can product can be set up as a matching game with 30 cards (15 matches). The students must add or subtract polynomials. Teacher can cut the cards ahead of time. Can be laminated for a game to use over and over.
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There are 24 cards in the set. 6 cards have a given slope and a y-intercept. 6 cards have a given slope and a point. The other 12 cards are equations of these matching cards. Can be played however you choose as a concentration game or make a
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Correlates with 8.EE.7a Common Core Standards The students can cut and move squares around to form a 3 x 4 rectangle. They must match one-step equations with the answers to form the correct rectangle. The file has two pages. The first page is the
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This is a polynomial matching game that can be used as an end of lesson informal assessment or review. The cards can be used as multiplying polynomials practice or as factoring practice. The matching cards can be used as a basic matching game, go
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The students use equations of different types and levels to build a chain reaction game or other students to play.
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Correlates with 8.EE.7a Common Core Standards The students can cut and move squares around to form a 3 x 4 rectangle. They must match like terms with the answers to form the correct rectangle. The file has two pages. The first page is the answer
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Based on the Universal Design for Learning principles, students will be able to use multiple means of action and expression to show their understanding of integers. They must complete three projects in a row to Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½winÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½. The projects
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This can product can be set up as a matching game with 32 cards (16 matches). The students must combine like terms to solve multi-step equations. Teacher can cut the cards ahead of time or have the students cut their own cards. Can be laminated
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Carroll County Public Schools - 8th grade Math/Algebra teacher.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to have fun and learn at the same time.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Outstanding Teacher of the Year 2015 Nominee Outstanding Teacher of the Year 2013 Nominee Outstanding Teacher of the Year 2012 Nominee CCPS Education Foundation Grants in 2009, 2010, 2011

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Shippensburg University - B.S. in ED McDaniel College - Masters in Curriculum and Instruction

Married with 3 amazing children.

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