Use a game of jeopardy to review 8th grade readiness standards.
This game provides students opportunities to practice on several standards: 8.4C, 8.5I, 8.5G, 8.8C, 8.3C, 8.10C, 8.7A, 8.7B, 8.7C, 8.5D, 8.12D
Students will work together to solve 8 problems on volume, 2 on rectangular prisms, 2 rectangular pyramids, 2 triangular prisms, and 2 on triangular pyramids. Students will use QR codes to engage in self checking. Scan the code so you can see what
Use this interactive foldable along with the video found at:
The students will then have 4 problems to classify as percent increase or percent decrease. The foldable will serve as a learning and
An innovative foldable sure to excite and engage your students. The basket weave allows for multiple pages. The foldable includes concepts such as simple interest, compound interest, finding total cost, sales tax, using multiple percents, and more.
You can use this foldable within an interactive journal, or just as a regular foldable. This foldable helps students understand the relationship between sets of rational numbers using a visual representation.
A classroom station math activity:
There are eight stations around the classroom.
Each station will have a price list of items and 4 cards that contain problem scenarios that involve markups, markdowns, and percents. You will work in groups to
Students will work collaboratively to find the average acceleration for each car. Students will begin with lesson warm-up that has also been provided. Students will each be given one of 4 cards and work with other members that have the same card as