# Middle School Math

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Geometry Beginning Concepts Naming Figures Task Cards In this set of 32 task cards and 32 matching annotated answer cards you will find cards mea...

### Geometry Beginning Concepts Naming Figures Task Cards

Fun activity! Exponent Olympics Task Cards: 60 problems! Practice with simplifying exponents (multiplying/dividing powers, using zero & negative exponents, Power to a Power Rule.) Multiple levels will help you differentiate for your students! Check it out at my TpT store, Piece of Pi.

One lesson plan that covers writing algebraic expressions from written words. Contains links to instructional websites and videos, manipulatives and/or games, as well as free homework. Ready to teach from at a moment's notice! 6.EE.2a

One of my students was the "walker". He stood on the number line at the 6. The subtraction sign told him to then face the negative side of the number line, so he turned around to face negative. the -4 is a negative number, so it says to walk backwards 4 spaces. So, while facing negatively, he is walking backwards (which actually puts him more positive).

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Beginning Concepts Unit: Angles - Parts, Properties and Classifications Notes and Homework. This set of notes includes 3 different versions of the notes (annotated, nonannoted and fill-in the blank) as well as a three page assignment (with an answer key!) The focus of this set is on identifying and naming rays, angles and the parts of angles. Additional focus is given to classifying angles by measure and using a protractor to measure angles.

$ It's the Pythagorean Six-Pack! This bundle has 6 formative assessments. Math Common Core Standard 8.G.7 is completely covered: Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in right triangles in real-world and mathematical problems in two and three dimensions, and more! Get ready for back to school - check out my TpT store, Piece of Pi.

$ This exit ticket/mini quiz bundle is a great formative assessment tool. They are also fantastic review station activities, bell work, or "do now" activities! The 8 mini quizzes focus on common core standard 8.EE.7, solving equations in one variable. All my 8.EE.7 exit tickets are combined into this bundle (simple, moderate, challenging.)

Free 8.G.8 Mini Posters! These free mini posters will look great as part of your formula displays in the classroom. Copy and laminate so they'll last for years. They match perfectly with my algebra formulas task card set -midpoint, slope, distance practice. Check it out at Piece of Pi, on TpT!

$ These task cards are a great way for students practice using the slope, midpoint, and distance formulas. Great for pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry students. Common Core Math Standards are 8.G.8 and G-GPE.6. Available on my TpT store, Piece of Pi.

This is a mini lesson on equations and geometry. It aligns with the Common Core Math Standard 8.EE.7, Solve linear equations in one variable. This is from my Teachers Pay Teachers Store, Piece of Pi. Thanks for looking!

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Solving literal equations can be a difficult topic for students to understand, especially if there is variety in the types of equations/formulas they are asked to solve. These notes and practice are appropriate for middle or high school students in pre-algebra and above. I have included some introductory problems as well as some that are more challenging. (See the preview to see actual examples.)

### Literal Equations Notes & Practice

6th grade math: 10 problems in two formative mini-assessments that cover: summarizing a data set by attribute measured, number of observations, how the data was measured, and the unit of measurement. Two versions of the same topic allow you to give a pre-test and a post-test if you want to, or use them as task cards.

### 6th Grade Math: 6.SP.5a & 6.SP.5b Mini-Assessments

6th grade math: 20 problems in two formative mini-assessments that cover: evaluating algebraic expressions using real world formulas, evaluating an algebraic expression using the order of operations. Two versions of the same topic allow you to give a pre-test and a post-test if you want to, or use them as task cards.

### 6th Grade Math: 6.EE.2c Mini-Assessments

6th grade math: 30 problems in six formative mini-assessments that cover drawing polygons onto a coordinate plane given the vertices, determining the side length of a polygon on a coordinate plane, and using polygons on a coordinate plane to solve real world problems.

6th grade math: 20 problems in four formative mini-assessments that cover finding percent as a rate per 100 and finding the whole when given the part and the percent.

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### 4 The Love of Math: How do I make math fun & interactive? Part 1

Solve ’n Switch is a simple and fun math cooperative learning strategy to be used with a deck of task cards.