Great activity to get the kids up and moving around the classroom! This scavenger hunt allows the students to practice multiplying and dividing monomials using the product rule, quotient rule, and power rule, as well as negative exponents and zero
EOC Review Packet WITH NEW 2015-16 TEKS consisting of Warm up assignments and homework assignments for the weeks leading up the to EOC exam. This is also a great review packet for an end of course algebra review prior to finals. Supporting Standard
5 Practice problems calculating speed using distance and time. Also uses conversion of time to allow for multistep solving.
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8th Grade Science STAAR Review Packet with 2015-16 TEKS consisting of Warm up assignments and homework assignments for the weeks leading up the to STAAR exam. This is also a great review packet for an end of course algebra review prior to finals.
Great resource to get the students up and moving throughout the classroom! This scavenger hunt consists of 20 cards with a mix of combining like terms and using distributive property. Recording sheet is also included. I printed the scavenger hunt
Great review game for science class!! Get the kids up and moving with this fun activity!! Not only does it review chemistry, it also includes reading motion graphs and calculating speed. I used this for my 8th grade class around halloween, but it is
Fun Review game with Newton's 2nd Law! Uses F=ma and varies in solving for force, mass, and acceleration. Also deals with using gravity as acceleration. Fun for the kids..especially around Thanksgiving!!
How to Play:
• Students are given a turkey
Want a fun review game for your classroom? You can't go wrong with this one!! Not only does it get the students practicing multiple methods to solving systems of equations, it also allows for multiple winners! Students will choose answers from the
Turkey Dash- A great review game for math! Includes order of operations, probability, percents, similar figures, fractions, and more!! Fun for Thanksgiving time, but can be used at any point throughout the school year!
How to Play:
• Students are
Great opening or closing activity for combining like terms. Starting at the bottom, combine like terms to make your way to the top. You should combine the terms that are beside each other and write the simplified expression in the shaded
8 cards using physics vocabulary. Great for small group stations or a warm up/exit ticket. I made multiple sets for my classroom and divided the class up into four groups to complete this activity. This is a great reinforcer of the vocabulary used