You can use this template for the IKEA Tolsby Frame.Use the colors I've selected, or make a new slide and change the colors as needed!This is one of my first uploads, so please comment with any suggestions to make it better!
Paper + Digital Resources for Writing Multiplication Expressions Using ExponentsIncludes:- 20 task cards- 2 versions of a Google Slide Digital Sort activity- 3 Google Form Quizzes- Cut & Paste Paper Activity as Worksheet or INB Activity
7.NS.2 - Multiplying & Dividing Integers Practice!Digital!Share this Google Sheets with your students and have them practicing their multiplying & dividing integers skills.Self Checking!As they get correct answers, the cells turn green, and
7.NS.1 - Subtracting Integers Practice!Digital!Share this Google Sheets with your students and have them practicing their subtracting integers skills.Self Checking!As they get correct answers, the cells turn green, and a pixel art picture
7.NS.1 - Adding Integers Practice!Digital! Share this Google Sheets with your students and have them practicing their Adding Integers skills. Self Checking! As they get correct answers, the cells turn green, and a pixel art picture appears. Self
If you've never used Flippity in your classroom, you're about to start! It provides so much fun for the classroom!This product is a Google Sheet that has 35 One Step Equations and their answers included. You can add more or edit any that don't
Cut & Paste Activity. Students cut out the expression with the exponent to match the expanded version. 2 versions included + answer keys Sized so it can be used as a worksheet, or as an activity for an interactive notebook (with composition
This product includes 3 Google Forms that review writing multiplication expressions using exponents. - Version 1 - Short Answer Responses (20 points)- Version 2 - Multiple Choice Responses (20 points)- Version 3 - Matching Responses (12 points)
Three Reads is a great strategy / intervention to use for those students who struggle with word problems!First, give the students a word problem that doesn't have a question. Read it one time, and have the students summarize what the problem means
These tasks cards are provided for you to review multiplying and dividing integers with your students!Use them for group work, independent practice, or hang them around the room for a task card scavenger hunt!There are 4 blank cards at the end for
Practice rational number operations with this Bingo activity!Questions include:- Categorizing numbers into their real number categories- Recognizing which fractions will be repeating or terminating- Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing
These task cards are meant to help students practice adding and subtracting integers. Use as a small group activity, independent practice, or place them around the room and have a task card scavenger hunt! Included are a set with backgrounds and a
These cards can be used to help remind students how to break down a word problem.
They can be laminated and taped onto a desk as a constant reminder or glued into a notebook. You can really make these work for you!
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