I created this as a graphic organizer for when I introduced my students to making tables and graphing equations. They are required write an equation to express one quantity, the dependent variable, in terms of the other quantity, the independent
This is what I used to introduce my students to parts of an expression. It includes 1 note page that we did together as a class. A second page of practice problems, and a ticket out the door to asses the students understanding of the concept.
This foldable is made introducing students to like terms. The students will cut the foldable out and then there is a sections of terms that the students will sort and glue to their foldable based on whether the terms are like are unlike. Then there
This is a group/partner activity. The students will work out 7 percent of a number word problems and match the answers to the questions. After they have completed their work I let the students cut the problems and answers out and glue them to a
I used this as a review for my students after they had taken a quiz over simplifying expressions. I used the questions they missed the most and made a matching expressions activity. I also created a second set of "wrong answers" that was made up
This is a quick foldable already put together for students to use as a reference when describing data based on its shape, spread, and distribution. It goes along with the 6th grade statistics standards.
When printing you should select two sided and
We created a tree diagram to list out the key words for each type of inequality. There is a section to do some examples, and list possible solutions. This was used as a graphic organizer to introduce students to how to write an inequality. Please
Partner A will complete the problems in the left column. Partner B will complete the problems in the right column. Then match your answers and finish by coloring in the flowers at the bottom of the page.
I got this idea from fabulous fun in the 5th grade. I was looking for an engaging activity for my 6th graders to practice finding least common multiple other than just completing a bunch of practice problems, but I wanted them to be able to practice