An awesome round of Jeopardy designed to prepare your students for the Common Core State Math Test while having fun! Round 1 includes the following categories: Linear Equations, Volume, Solving Algebraic Equations, Systems of Equations and
An awesome round of Jeopardy designed to prepare your students for the Common Core State Math Test while having fun! Round 2 includes Pairs of Angles, Scientific Notation, Laws of Exponents, Triangles and Transformations. Includes silly sound
Like Dominoes...but with perfect squares and cubes! Students must arrange the 9 cards into a 3 x 3 square where all numbers facing each other are equivalent. After teaching a lesson on perfect squares and cubes, you can print out the pages,
Finally...a worksheet that aligns with common core standard 7.NS.1! This worksheet not only requires the skill of finding common denominators, it also applies the rules of integer operations. Fractions + integer rules = mind blown!
These pages are designed to keep students engaged in math even on a fun holiday like Halloween! There are a total of 34 Order of Operations, Integers, Fractions, Mixed Numbers, Decimals and Properties questions. Have fun!
An awesome round of Jeopardy designed to prepare your students for the Common Core State Math Test while having fun! Round 3 includes the following categories: Algebraic Pairs of Angles, Scatter Plots, Two Way Tables, Surface area, "Name that
This packet is loaded with questions that review the topics taught so far this year in 8th grade math (from integers to scientific notation) and is designed with lots of Halloween graphics. Great to use as an activity for the holiday!
This worksheet incorporates many different situations that students encounter when dividing decimals PLUS integer rules. Solving these problems helps students build the necessary skills for solving problems involving rational numbers.
Have you ever wondered exactly how much it costs to make one, single cupcake? You buy all of the ingredients and that's way too much for one cupcake so we have some math to do! This document breaks down the pertinent information for each
Here's a fun way for students to explore and discover equivalent ratios. Each group is given a bag filled with colorful centimeter cubes (leveled by ability) and a question sheet (identical for each group). Since the total amounts of cubes are
This worksheet takes solving Order of Operations problems involving integers to a whole new level. Deputize your students! Tell them it is their job as Math Police Officers to investigate by solving each problem and then "arrest" the people who
2 of the "suspects" on this worksheet have committed math crimes! Deputize your students and have them "arrest" the ones who made math errors. This is a fun activity that builds decimal skills using all 4 operations.