Students practice solving equations with variables on each side. When all the of the equations have been solved, the answer to the question "Why did the cat go to sleep in the fireplace?" will be answered in the puzzle at the bottom of the page.
There are 20 different research topic tasks included for students to find information in standard form and then write the numbers in scientific notation. Topics include planets, countries, continents, and bodies of water.
A review for pi day using oatmeal pies! Students will enjoy this investigation.
Circles (diameter, radius, circumference, area)
linear and nonlinear functions
changes in dimensions
Studentw will practice the distributive property and simplifying expressions by combining like terms. The, students will use the letter beside each of the answers to decode the answer to the question: "What is the definition of a slug?"
After completing practice with finding the least common multiple, students will place the letter that matches their answer in a puzzle to answer the riddle: "What happened to the leopard who took a bath three times a day?"
Students will practice converting numbers to scientific notation and standard form with positive and negative exponents. When they have completed all of the questions, the answers can be placed in a puzzle to answer: "Why are elephants large,
Includes colorful posters for Side-Side-Side, Angle-Angle, and Side-Angle-Side. Great visual for helping students remember how to prove that triangles are similar.
Print on cardstock and laminate for durability.
Celebrate Pi Day with your students through a fun review. Topics include:
Customary to metric conversions
Area, Circumference of a circle
Probability (Dependent and Independent)