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Help your students understand the meaning of square roots and cube roots with this foldable and guided worksheet. I have students make squares and cubes using snap cubes during the lesson. If you use the double sided option on your printer, the
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It is important for students to interpret and construct a variety of graphs related to real-world situations. In this activity, students look at a graphs and tell possible stories about the data. They also create possible graphs for real-world
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Keep your students organized with plenty of room to work on these practice worksheets. There are 2 practice papers, each with 21 problems. One is an easier version of the other - great for differentiating. Could also be used as classwork, homework,
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This is a favorite lesson I use each year on the second or third day of school. The goal is to show the students how I want them to work together throughout the year, but without giving them a lot of mathematics to think about. The kids love this,
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Ever wonder why kids don't remember the rules in math? It's because there is no meaning attached. This lesson shows students the patterns that explain the meaning behind the rules for multiplying and dividing integers. Notes could be cut out and
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This is a good review for your 8th grade students at the beginning of the year. Also a great practice paper for the substitute! There are a variety of addition and subtraction problems with like and unlike denominators as well as mixed fractions and
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This lesson provides practice in determining and comparing the rate of change of functions. Students compare tables, equations, and graphs to determine the greater rate of change. The lesson begins with students creating tables of values from a
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Help your students understand WHY there's a difference between a slope of zero and an undefined slope with this foldable. If your students understand the reason a vertical line has an undefined slope, they will be much less likely to confuse the
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This is a great hands-on activity for making connections between the various representations of functions. There are three different task sheets, with Pattern C being the easiest to make predictions. Use this for your lower level learners. I no
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Algebra students must be able to distinguish between the relationship that a function represents and the actual representation. Help students understand that graphs are telling a story with this matching activity. I use this as a whole group
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This 2 page worksheet provides practice graphing inequalities. It includes examples with compound inequalities. I use this to ensure my students are graphing correctly before I introduce solving inequalities. Print the answer key using black ink
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This graphic organizer is intended to help students understand the direction they need to move on the number line when working with integers. I use the following rules to teach integer operations to my students. I have found this to the the most
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This is a set of 6 stations for multi-step equations. Includes: Equations with fractions, equations with proportions, variables on both sides, distributive property equations, and absolute value equations. I've also included a station for reviewing
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Keep your kids busy the day before Thanksgiving break with a little extra credit. Students will use a variety of math skills including proportions, integers, solving equations, and fractions.
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45 integer practice problems. Great for independent practice or homework.
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Help reinforce basic skills with this Algebra Bingo set. Students will multiply monomials and add and subtract like terms. Integer operations will also be reinforced. Includes 30 individual BINGO playing cards and the call cards. Simply print on
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I wanted my students to be able to divide monomials with powers and recognize the resulting quotients with and without negative exponents. I created this matching activity which they cut and pasted into their math journals. Each matching set
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Each fall I spend a significant amount of time reinforcing number sense. This is a great journal entry for estimating both fractions and decimals. Front-load this with lots of group work placing fractions and decimals (and square roots!) in order.
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I've included two 2-page practice papers for graphing practice, interpreting and writing slope-intercept form equations, comparing rates of change, and comparing the various representations of functions.These can be used in class, as homework, or
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Need a new way for your students to practice adding and subtracting integers? Try integer triangles! There are 4 small addition and subtraction triangles as well as 2 larger triangles to challenge your more advanced students. This is a great for a
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13 years teaching 8th grade mathematics: Pre-Algebra and Algebra

MY TEACHING STYLE

I use a variety of teaching methods and materials based on the current needs of my students. My instruction promotes the development of mathematics through hands-on learning, modeling, problem solving, and mathematical discussions. The one thing I don't use is a textbook!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA Elementary Education, St. Michael's College, VT. MS Education: Mathematics 5-8, Walden University, MN

I've been creating my own teaching materials for many years, and I'm finally getting around to sharing them. I hope you will enjoy my work and find it helpful in your classroom!

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