In this STEM-Infused Activity, students will match a system of linear equations with its solution. Students will solve 8 systems named for a famous scientist or inventor and match their solution to the answer board which reveals the
The Graphic Organizer provides several examples for each of the exponent properties. The organizer can be printed as fill-in-the-blank, or with the complete description of each property already filled-in. An answer key is provided (great for sub
This is a cut-and-paste activity that can be used as a lesson activity, a summarizing activity, a formative assessment or review.Students will categorize 18 different angle pairs into 6 categories. As an extension, students can suggest additional
This graphic organizer is intended to provide students with a review, visual aid or reteaching tool for using the standard algorithm to add, subtract, multiply or divide decimal numbers.
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Supporting 6.RP.1 - Writing RatiosStudents roll a six-sided die in order to select one of the three questions on each card. There are 9 cards, each with three questions (totaling 27 questions). Cards can be double sided (with answers on the back)
This activity reviews decimal subtraction using the standard algorithm. Students will use algebraic thinking to fill in missing digits in the minuend, the subtrahend or the difference. The digits provided fit the blank spaces exactly, which allows
This activity models decimal multiplication using a hundredths grid. Students will solve for the missing factor or product, or, will write and solve an equation based on the pictured model. There are 24 cards, 2 blank models, an answer sheet and