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These activity sheets will help students make connections between linear graphs, equations, tables of values, and the stories they represent. This resource is one of my favorites and best sellers!
Included are 6 different sheets, each with a

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"Using Transformations as an Architect" is a project based learning lesson designed to get students engaged in a real world cooperative activity. Check out the wonderful things teachers are saying in the reviews for this activity!This activity is

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Practice translations, reflections, rotations, and dilations with a fun game!
Included are 30 different Bingo cards and a powerpoint of 23 transformations. (Bingo cards can be printed two per page to save paper.) For each transformation, a slide

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In this Transformation Exploration discovery lesson, students will cut out shapes and physically move them on a coordinate grid to learn about transformations. It works great to introduce 8th graders to transformations or to deepen understanding

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Transform shapes and lines with these fun emoji activity sheets!
Included are eight half sheets that challenge students to complete a variety of transformations in order to create an emoji (like a sailboat, egg in a frying pan, house, etc.). The

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A Mathematical Calendar is perfect for a middle school or high school math classroom.
Each day is represented by a mathematical expression. This calendar includes integer operations, exponents, roots, and scientific notation.
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Explore parent functions and their transformations with this inquiry activity. Through the exploration, students will see how parts of an equation affect a graph.Students should have a basic knowledge of graphing different types of equations before

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Pump up students about math with this bulletin board or door decoration kit.
Included are letters to spell out “MATH is all about…” along with 20 circles with phrases and mathematical practices telling what math is all about.
This bulletin board

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Encourage a growth mindset with this error analysis bulletin board decoration set. Included are letters to spell out “Mistakes are proof that you are trying” and “Can you spot the mistakes?” 40 math problems are solved with errors. The math

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Prepare for end of year tests with this review pack. Included are 6 weeks of review sheets, covering the major math standards of the 8th grade.
A four-question review quiz is at the top of each page. Below each quiz is make-up work. Assign

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Practice solving linear systems using different methods. Eight tasks require students to interpret a given story and then create a system of equations, two tables of values, and a graph. Finally, students solve the system algebraically. These

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Use this fun activity to give students a real world connection to inequalities. It’s a great introductory activity once students know the symbols and basic meanings. Students will practice translating words into inequalities. When a building is

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Use this power point to see if your students can correctly identify functions, It includes tables, graphs, ordered pairs, and mapping diagrams.
Each slide shows a relation and asks "Function or Not a Function?" Clicking the slide again will reveal

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Learn vocabulary terms, subscript and function notation, and how to write a formula for a sequence with these interactive notes.
The notes cover how to identify an arithmetic sequence, writing equations, and practice problems involving evaluating,

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Want to start every day with math? You need a math calendar! Every classroom should have one.
Each day is represented by a math problem that students must solve to figure out the date.
In this bundle, you will get nine math calendars, each one

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8th grade math, Algebra I, Geometry

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Specialty, Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Measurement, Numbers, Order of Operations, Trigonometry, Other (Math), Science, Social Studies - History, Native Americans, Arts & Music, Visual Arts, Math Test Prep, Gifted and Talented, For All Subject Areas, Professional Development, Statistics, Word Problems, Study Skills, Algebra 2, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Thanksgiving, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa, Mental Math, Halloween, Winter, The New Year, Valentine's Day, Decimals, St. Patrick's Day, Spring, Place Value, Tools for Common Core, Earth Day, For All Subjects, For Administrators, End of Year