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Are you teaching basic geometry -- lines, angles, similar and congruent, classifying polygons, etc.? Do you want to assess the students understanding of these items while knowing your students are having fun? Here is a creative way to do that! It is
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3.7
This is a worksheet that helps students practice adding integers. There is a number line included. Further, this worksheet provides three questions where the students have to write an addition sentence that represents what is modeled on the number
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4.0
Aligned to the 7th grade common core standards, this is an activity that can be done by an individual or a cooperative group. It begins with a person having a credit card with a balance. There are a series of questions that follow where students
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16 ratings
4.0
This is a stations activity where students practice solving word problems that include multiplying and dividing integers. It includes a worksheet for students to keep track of their work on and 9 word problems to use in the activity. Aligned with
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16 ratings
3.9
This is a quick homework assignment that helps students to practice their skills with multiplying and dividing integers. It begins with students having to write out the rules for multiplying and dividing integers, then concludes with practice
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19 ratings
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This worksheet (I used as a homework assignment) is an introduction to using percent proportions. Includes quick notes at the top of the worksheet, as well as word problems!
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13 ratings
4.0
This worksheet is for a final review. It begins with students identifying the rules for multiplying and dividing integers, then students will practice multiplication and division of integers.
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8 ratings
4.0
These interactive notes include an introduction to positive and negative numbers, absolute value, and opposite numbers. Make sure you look for the powerpoint presentation AND the stations activity that goes with this presentation!
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11 ratings
4.0
This is a very quick assessment that includes simplifying expressions with multiplication and division, word problems, and a review of adding and subtracting integers.
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7 ratings
4.0
This is a worksheet that helps students to practice multiplying and dividing integers. It guides the students to help them think about the rules.
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8 ratings
4.0
This activity includes an introduction to positive and negative numbers, absolute value, and opposite numbers. The students can either work independently or in groups to complete the activity. I usually give my students 2-3 minutes in each station
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10 ratings
4.0
This is an activity that can be completed once students have learned how to solve the following equations: one-step equations two-step equations multi-step equations equations with variables on both sides The activity requires students to spend
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3 ratings
3.9
This worksheet (I used as a homework assignment) helps students to practice/review ratios and proportions. It includes figuring out if two ratios are proportional or not, solving proportions for the missing variable, solving proportion word
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5 ratings
4.0
This is a great worksheet that can be used as a beginning activity, a re-teach activity, or for homework. It is broken down the following way: Section one: Simplifying expressions using the distributive property Section two: Simplifying expressions
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15 ratings
4.0
This is a great review that helps students to stay engaged while practicing ratios, proportions, and percents. Put students into groups of 3 or 4. Each group gets one student work sheet and one stack of relay race cards. Students start with card #1
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9 ratings
4.0
I used this activity as a whole class to start, but then had students break into groups to solve the challenging problems. It helps students to see some of the important things we do with using percents. It also helps students to learn what
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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6 ratings
3.8
This is a nice worksheet that has problems on multiplying and dividing positive and negative fractions (with a review computing whole numbered integers). It is nice because it has thinking questions that go along with each problem to help the
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4.0
This is a great activity that helps students to practice finding unit rates. Students are buying items and must figure out which is the better deal between two stores. They are given a budget so they are trying to find the best deal. At the end of
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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\$3.50
6 ratings
4.0
This is a great lesson that I have done as a group activity. I put the students into four groups (or two sets of four groups to make group sizes smaller). Each group has the "work page" that includes guided questions to help students build their
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5 ratings
4.0
This packet is filled with adding and subtracting integers. It begins with giving a brief overview/lesson of how to add and subtract integers. It moves into independent practice that gives students support to get through the problems. The next
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4 ratings
4.0
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Hello everyone! Thank you for visiting my TeachersPayTeachers Store! I am excited and happy to share the things that I have used in my own classroom with each and every one of you. Just some information about me: My name is Stephanie (Houlihan) Quarato. I started teaching 6th - 8th grade Math at a Catholic School in Illinois. I moved on to teaching in a Public school in Illinois for a year, until I moved to the East Coast where I am now in my eighth year at a Public School. During my first year, I was nominated as Teacher of the Year for my creative teaching style. I have taught Reading, Language Arts, and Math; but my expertise content area is Mathematics. My students evaluate me every year and one of the questions on the survey is why they think I make a good math teacher. Many answers have always been the same -- because I know how to break the problem down and explain it very well. Many of the items that I will share do just that, they break problems down into steps. However, I first provide my students with a way to try and "figure it out" by themselves first. I am all about teaching students to understand rather than memorize. I have also been a part of many Common Core State Workshops, and so my activities and lessons are aligned with the Common Core Curriculum. I do the best that I can to challenge my students! I have been implementing a flipped classroom for the past few years, and I am loving this experience! Not only are students given the chance to review a lesson at their own pace, but students are also able to have more time in the classroom to collaborate with peers or work one-on-one with me. This new interest has also led me to become a Google educator, and I will also be working my way towards becoming certified in flipped teaching!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I use a very hands-on approach to teach math in my classroom. Very rarely do I open a book. Most of my lessons and assignments have been personalized to meet the goals of every student in my classroom. I create PowerPoint presentations that are color coded and broken down for the students, and also provide notes that go along with those presentations. In addition, I provide students with a chance to discover new learning, as well as challenge them with different tasks that help them deepen their understanding. I aim for understanding rather than memorization!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Nominated for Teacher of the Year in my first and third year of teaching. Nominated for the John McCormack Teaching Excellence Award.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from DePaul University in 2009 with a bachelors degree in Elementary Education and minor in Mathematics. I also completed my masters degree in Educational Leadership in 2015 at Central Connecticut State University, as well as my sixth year degree and administrative certification from Sacred Heart University in 2016.

Hoping to some day become an Administrator or Curriculum Designer!

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