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32 playing cards covering PEMDAS using Integers and positive and negative decimals and fractions. There are 16 cards with just integers, 8 with a combination of fractions and integers, and 8 with a combination of decimals and integers. Use it to

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Adding and subtracting fractions sequence game allows your students to practice adding and subtracting fractions, mixed numbers, and whole numbers with like and and unlike denominators and with and without regrouping.
The game can be played with

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Foldable for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions and decimals. The steps are already typed out inside each door, and there is space for you to write your own example or examples with your students.
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Students can practice converting repeating decimals to fractions and differentiating between similar terminating decimals by completing this puzzle. Students will change decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals then match them to their

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Great for partners or math centers. 12 Word problems and their equations and solutions. Match each word problem to its corresponding equation. Students then solve the equation and match it to its solution. There are fake equations included if you

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20 Task cards covering Pythagorean Theorem including:
*Determining if given measures make a right triangle (4 cards)
*Finding the hypotenuse using Pythagorean Theorem (4 cards)
*Finding the leg using Pythagorean Theorem (4 cards)
*Solving word

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Blank Frayer Model vocabulary template for use in interactive notebooks. Allows for the word and ISN page to be written in the middle, student definition, class definition, examples, and counter examples. Cut, fold in half, and glue in notebooks.

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18 task cards for the following laws of exponents:
Product
Quotient
Power to a Power
Integer
Zero
Includes multiple operations and rules in the same card. Can also be used for scoot. Follows CCSS 8.EE.1 and can be used for 8th grade or Math

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Two-door foldable for your interactive notebook for changing repeating fractions to decimals aligned with CCSS 8.NS.1
This does NOT teach the algebraic way of doing this. It does teach students to place one 9 in the denominator per repeating digit

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This is a booklet style foldable for integer operations. It covers adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing using positive and negative numbers plus word problems. There is plenty of space for you to add your own examples.
Adding: Same signs

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32 multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction of numbers written in scientific notation task cards or matching cards. Recording sheet included for both. Use this for CCSS 8.EE.4. Great for Math Centers, Math Workshop, group work, partners,

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Posters to help your students remember the rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers. Includes the verbiage "keep change change" for subtracting, "same signs add; different signs subtract" for adding, and the bad person/good

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CUBES is a problem solving strategy that I have implemented into my classroom with great success. This companion sheet requires students to think intentionally about each step in the CUBES process and explain their thinking. This has improved

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Foldable for your INB or ISN for cube roots PLUS a left hand page or homework assignment. This covers finding the cube of a number, find the the cube root of a number, finding x^3=y, and finding the side length of a cube given the volume. Also

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Quick two page reference sheet for 8th grade Common Core Math including key vocabulary terms, calculator tips and tricks for key 8th grade skills including scatter plots, linear equations, and systems of equations, formulas to remember, and CUBES

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my fourth year teaching, and my third in middle school. I teach 8th grade common core math. I have a degree in Elementary K-6 in addition to my middle math endorsement, so I try to bring in those elementary tricks whenever possible with games, centers, and lots of color! :) In the past, I have taught 5th grade math and 6-8 enrichment/remediation math.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Hands on, group work, Math Workshop, interactive notebooks

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Yet to be added

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS Elementary Education K-6, Slippery Rock Univeristy of Pennsylvania 2011

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I'm a Pittsburgh girl living in a southern world.

GRADES

3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

SUBJECTS

English Language Arts, Vocabulary, Specialty, Math, Algebra, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Science, Chemistry, Math Test Prep, For All Subject Areas, Word Problems, Decimals, Tools for Common Core