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Common Core / 8th Grade Math

Rate of Change Word Problems - Connecting Slope to Real Life

Awesome!!!! dry erase with cardstock, laminating, and duct tape - Just place the plastic sheet over the cardboard and tape around the edges. Simple as that and you're done. I was able to get 20 done in just over an hour sitting and watching TV. I love how cute they turned out and they are easy to write on/wipe clean. Plus between the presentation board and two rolls of duct tape it cost just over 50 cents each. I need to do this.

TEACHER: Middle school teacher offers classroom organization tips

Pi day play list. Great for math teachers or any teacher wanting to find great ideas for pi day.

Absent Bin...an easy way to make students responsible for getting make-up work.

Point-Slope Form Foldable

Class expectations: success, willpower, attitude, and goals.

Journal Wizard: Algebra: Cartesian Coordinate Plane and Domain & Range

Middle School Math Rules! Exit slip data

Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution

Solving Systems of Linear Equations "Chutes and Ladders"

Parts of a Radical Graphic Organizer for Interactive Notebooks

Now this is a great PBIS form. This is perfect for those kids who never seem to get recognition.

Students should know...so making this for my classroom!

Transversals Guided Notes P1

flip charts that say: I need help, I'm working hard, and I'm finished This could be part of a great classroom management strategy!

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Pythagorean Theorem Task Cards (16 task cards) Common COre 8.G

Function Matchup! In this activity, students match 8 functions to the appropriate Function notation set-up Function notation solved Table Graph Mapping And set notation using domain and range. Answers are located on corresponding areas on all 6 pages Easily differentiate the activity by how many pages you choose to include in the activity. I suggest copying each page on a different color so that you can easily make sure that only one color is in each match up.

Use masking tape and hole punch a ziplock bag into student folders to hold library books and flash cards!