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LCM AND GCF BINGO
Included in this pack are 30 BINGO boards, and a teacher calling card. Donâ€™t waste precious class time having students fill out a BINGO board! With 30 pre-made boards, simply hand out one to each student. Then call clues that

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Students will be up and moving with this stations activity. Students will have to determine the dependent/independent variables of different situations to determine which station to move to next. This cycling activity allows for students to start at

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In this activity, students will solve ten problems at different stations requiring them to compare the rates of change between linear functions given in graphs, equations, and tables. This activity includes ten printable stations, a recording sheet,

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Someone has murdered Mr. Stribute! Engage your students in factoring algebraic expressions using the GCF and distributive property! Students will play this clue game by matching each sum with its equivalent product. In this new twist on task cards,

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Someone has murdered Mr. Oper Ate! Engage your students in evaluating integer expressions by finding out who dunnit! Students will play this clue game by matching each expression with its value. In this new twist on task cards, you will remove 3 in

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In this activity, ell your students that all of the teachers at Express Middle school are absent on Talk Like A Pirate Day! Hang the task cards around the room. Have students evaluate each expression. Tell them that the variable is the â€œSubstitute

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Students will be up and moving in this 10-station activity. Students will solve ten problems requiring them to analyze and match graphs and inequalities.

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Someone has murdered Mr. Devise! Engage your students in finding the quotients of multi-digit numbers by find out who dunnit! Students will play this clue game by matching each division expression with its quotient. In this new twist on task cards,

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Students will play the classic game war against a partner in this engaging activity. Students will need to identify either the slope or y-intercept of an equation or graph and compare their result with their partner. The person with the higher value

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This activity includes 12 task cards with both short answer and multiple choice questions about the following topics:
identifying linear and non-linear functions from a graph
identifying increasing and decreasing linear functions from a

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Students will cut out 8 triangle cards, identify missing measures in each, and then determine which triangles are similar using angle angle similarity!

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This activity pack includes:
1. Exponents Bump Game: Students will play this evaluating exponents game with a partner. The first student with 6 in a row is the winner!
2. Exponents Matching Cards Activity: Students will match ten sets of three

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Students will practice identifying functions in tables, maps, graphs, and ordered pairs in this activity that will have them up and moving out of their desks! This activity includes 10 stations that have students analyze relations and identify the

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Someone has murdered the P Factor! Engage your students in finding the prime factorization of numbers to 100 by find out who dunnit! Students will play this clue game by matching each prime factorization with its number. In this new twist on task

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This pack includes 4 worksheets that can be used as stations to help students practice graphing and writing equations in point slope form. In the first activity, students will graph equations in point slope form, and match them with the snowman they

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This activity includes 7 stations that will require students to analyze a solution to a quadratic equation and identify/correct the error.
All solutions use the factor by grouping method.

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Students will identify corresponding, vertical, alternate interior, alternate exterior, and supplementary angles in geometric figures formed by lines and transversals in this 10 station cycling activity!
**Note- Students will not be finding missing

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This activity contains 8 stations, a recording sheet, and an answer key. Students will identify and correct the errors in solutions to problems involving interior and exterior angles in triangles.

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Specialty, Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Math Test Prep, Classroom Management, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Mental Math, Decimals, Tools for Common Core, Test Preparation