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Pythagorean Theorem worksheets, activities, extended problems, word problems, and more. The packet starts with the basics of the theorem and progresses to more complex problems. Here is quick overview of everything you will find: 7 Pythagorean
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This is a fun, hands-on lesson that teaches students what a ratio is by creating different colors of icing. Students will first begin with an engagement activity where they explore what ratios and proportions are with pattern blocks. Practice
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Contains: 5 slope worksheets, fill-in-the-blank notes, and a cut-and-paste page, all designed to introduce and practice finding slope. Click on "Preview" to see how the pages look! 5 Worksheets: Worksheet 1: Find the slope of six lines by using
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Resources for squaring numbers, square roots, cubing numbers, and cube roots. 30+ pages. Great for building skills to tie in with your pre-algebra curriculum. What’s included: FILL-IN-THE-BLANK CORNELL-STYLE NOTES If not used as notes, these
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Make your instruction easy to follow and engaging with 8 standards-based rules of exponents worksheets, Cornell-style notes, and cut-and-paste activities. This covers the rules of exponents skills students need from beginning to end with practice,
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Fun rules of exponents activities, including multiplying and dividing exponents dice games as well as four mini-activities over negative exponents, powers of 10, raising a power to a power, and exponent of zero. A great addition to interactive
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Make verbal and algebraic expressions fun with a hands-on activity! Students demonstrate math operations with Goldfish--either the cracker or the cut-out goldfish provided in this packet. There are five steps to accomplish on each card. The goal is
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14 expressions provides practice with putting values into variables to solve equations plus a fun twist: the solutions decode an answer to a question about pandas! Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are used with positive and
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Give your students practice with order of operations, negative numbers, exponents, and all four basic math operations with this freebie! Use for centers, a 10-a-day class challenge, interactive notebooks, or homework. Answer key is included. Let
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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Each worksheet has five fill-in-the-number expressions. Students fill in the boxes with numbers 0 to 9, using each number only one time. The answers must be positive. There are five worksheets total. This provides practice for students learning
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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A hands-on activity where students square numbers to create a pyramid. They may use any square-like, stackable objects such as dice or blocks. They can also use something fun like mini marshmallows or mini Reese cups! (These are harder to stack but
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Give your students something special for the holidays that's meaningful, cost-effective, and easy! Fill paper bags with special items representing each letter in the word PEACE. P is for pencil, to remind you that if you’re writing to or about
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A Valentine freebie for really, any day of the year! Students read each y = mx + b equation and graph the line on a special graph with hearts. Each line goes through a heart that must be colored red, blue, or green, whichever is indicated in the
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Perfect first week activity to get to know your students. It’s easy to make! 1) Cut along the dotted lines 2) Fold in half to make a book. That’s it. The students can then write about themselves and illustrate their book. The layers are organized
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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We need to start the school year off with our students reminding them of peace and kindness. Get each student a brown paper bag, complete with items that each start with the letters in PEACE and also uniquely symbolize kindness. Print the PEACE
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I have had the wonderful opportunity to teach in middle school and high school. I kinda have a thing for middle school math, however. No matter what age my students are, they always teach me something and always bring new adventures everyday.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in making education interactive, interesting, and relevant to students' lives. And if making a slideshow of my students with the "Family Matters" theme song playing makes me the cheesy teacher, then I'll take it! From playing games to math centers to content-based printables, I incorporate my classroom experience into my Mathchips resources.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor's Degree in Middle Childhood Education with Math and Language Arts Concentrations and a Reading Endorsement.