# Texas Math in Motion

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TEKS 7.4a (readiness) This scavenger hunt has students solve various different problems involving constant rate of change. (tables, graphs, verbal)
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TEKS 7.3ab (Supporting, Readiness) TEKS 6.4g (Readiness) Great activity with 100% engagement. I give students 2-3 fun size bags of skittles. We go through the first part together so students understand what they are estimating (students will have
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TEKS 7.13f (Supporting) This activity teaches students how to analyze the difference between the sale price, rebate price, and coupons for an item and determine what the best buy would be. It also requires students to provide a written
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TEKS 7.13A (supporting) Two different assignments having students calculate income tax when given salaries and a tax bracket. Different filing statuses are used as well as multi-income households. Get all of my 7th grade personal financial
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TKES 7.4e This activity can be used as task cards or stations. Students will convert units between the metric and customary systems of measure. Student recording sheet included. Answer key included
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TEKS 8.126 This task card set has students estimating the amount of savings needed to pay for the first year of college based on tuition costs, parental contributions, and scholarships.
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CCSS 6.EE.A.2.C This is a good activity to have students begin using variables in expressions. Students are given fun size bags of M&M's or Skittles. The number of each color of candy in the bags represents a given variable for that color.
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TEKS 7.13e TEKS 8.12d Students compare simple and compound interest in the form of "Would You Rather..." Students must also justify their responses with a writing component. Get all of my 7th grade personal financial literacy products bundled at
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TEKS 7.10a This task card set has students write inequalities from word problems. Starts off very basic and works up to more complex word problems. Answer key and student recording sheet included.
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TEKS 7.13c Students will be given a list of assets and liabilities that they must sort and create a net worth statement on poster board, construction paper, or manila paper. Students may work with a partner or alone. Get all of my 7th grade
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TEKS 7.13C (supporting) This is a great card sort activity to teach students the difference between assets and liabilities. It can be used as an introductory to creating a net worth statement. Students can work individually or with a
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TEKS 7.4c (supporting) This activity is set up as dominos. Each domino has a problem and an answer to a different problems. Students solve the problems and connect the dominos in the correct order. Easy to grade. Can be used as a teaching
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TEKS 7.11c write and solve equations using geometry concepts, including the sum of the angles in a triangle, and angle relationships. This gallery walk will give your students the practice needed to write and solve equations involving the measures
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TEKS 7.7a (Readiness) TEKS 8.4c (Readiness) This is a short 8 question quiz on finding slope from 2 points, tables, graphs, and equations.
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TEKS 7.4d This set of task cards covers ratios, rates, and proportional relationships. Percent problems are left out.
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TEKS 7.13d This scavenger hunt uses the concept of a family budget estimator to answer questions to determine minimum hourly wages, minimum hours worked, etc..., to meet a family's budget. Get all of my 7th grade personal financial literacy
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TEKS 7.11b This task card set allows students to determine what value makes a one-variable, two-step equation or inequality true when given a set of values. Starts out with tables to help guide students and gets more difficult. Answer Key
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TEKS 7.4b Students play the "Would You Rather..." game by solving unit rate problems to choose the best situation. Can be copied for each student or set up as stations or task cards with an answer sheet for each student.
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TEKS 7.7a (Readiness) TEKS 8.4c (Readiness) In this scavenger hunt students will find slope using graphs, tables, and sets of ordered pairs. There are six to eight problems of each type. Good activity to use as students learn to find slope and a
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TEKS 7.13A (supporting) Students match a sales tax word problem with the appropriate expression and answer. Copy and cut apart for student use. Expressions are written as linear expressions. Get this activity with expressions written as
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have 22 years teaching experience in 7th and 8th grade math in Texas. I am currently teaching math intervention classes for students who are behind grade level.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I teach with activities (scavenger hunts, task cards, dominos, card sorts, Jeopardy, BINGO, etc...). I look for ways to keep my students interested.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BBA Marketing from The University of Texas San Antonio Post graduate education classes from UTSA