Students roll two or three cubes with numbers. The students have to arrange the numbers in an order that will have the most factors. For example, if the students roll a 3 and 5. They can create either 35 or 53. It is up to the students to think
This activity includes instructions for making a clock by creating algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities. Instructions and a rubric are both included. This activity can be edited to tailor for your students! Enjoy!
Fluently adding and subtracting integers is critical for students! These sheets are like the addition fact drills completed in 1st and 2nd grade except with integers. I had students time themselves and made it a competition!
This could be completed individually or with a partner. There are 5 scenarios (proportional and nonproportional relationships) given- the students will be required to fill in a table then graph the quantities- based on what they see they are to
Are your students struggling with one step equations with rational numbers? This worksheet can help them understand the process of using the inverse operation. Worksheet is in a word document so you can edit.
This could be used as an introduction or reteach for two-step equations with a mix of rational numbers. The file is a word document so the numbers can be changed to whole numbers for lower level learners or all rational numbers for the higher level