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Home Alone Math Movie Questions 8th Grade Math
This is a 20 question worksheet that goes along with the movie Home Alone (rated PG). Students do not need to watch the movie to complete the questions. Perfect for 8th grade math and higher! It includes questions over fractions, decimals, and percents, scientific notation, volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres, and the Pythagorean Theorem.
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Home Alone Math Movie Questions 8th grade math
This is a 20 question worksheet that goes along with the movie Home Alone (rated PG). Students do not need to watch the movie to complete the questions.
Home Alone Math Movie Questions 8th Grade Math
DIY Summer Math Camp: BudgetFriendly Activity Plans
Complete activity lesson plans for a budget friendly fun DIY summer math camp for kids. Good for summer learning with friends.
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Complete activity lesson plans for a budget friendly fun DIY summer math camp for kids. Good for summer learning with friends. Like & Repin thx. & Noelito Flow. Noel Songs.
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Budget friendly summer math camp. Complete activity lesson plans for a fun DIY summer math camp for kids to do at home and with friends.
DIY Summer Math Camp: BudgetFriendly Activity Plans
Geometry: All things Parallel, with a transversal
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High School Math Fun: Geometry: All things Parallel, with a transversal
Okay, while I enjoy teaching Algebra 1 my favorite class is geometry. I cannot state this enough. This includes all of my activities, notes, and games I use teaching parallel lines. My students have have really impressed me with the projects and even the game (considering the lack of enthusiasm for the study guide, go figure). Let's begin with the notes. I always have students shade in the acute angles one color and the obtuse another color. Then, we put that the angles that are the same color = each other and the opposite colors = 180. This really helps drive home the main two concepts. Then, we discuss the interior vs. exteriors. I hint that sameside starts with an S and so does supplementary. Trying to help them recall the terms as well. The foldable helps them organize the congruent angle relationships compared to the supplementary. We do a little practice on worksheets, playing review games to get the answers. On to the first project! Design your own city. I love this project, because I get to go over my previous profession in architecture and review urban design. I show them images from my portfolio of how they could one day take this project to design cities. Ya know, get them as excited as I am about the project. I get to even throw in a mini lesson about scale. You can find the rubric I used here. This was not my activity, but I loved the rubric and why recreate the wheel? Review. Practice. Time for the review game! I didn't want my students that would be all so tempted to keep my real dice, so I had them cut out a template out of paper for the next activity. I had played one similar to this activity before, but this one seemed to work out great. Again, why recreate the wheel? My kids surprised me in how engaged they were. They had the terminology down! We shall see how they do on the test, but right now I am pleased as punch.
Geometry: All things Parallel, with a transversal
Math Journal Prompts 6th  12th Grade  Great for Interactive Notebooks
An easy way to add writing to your math classroom! These prompts are appropriate for almost any class from 612th grade.
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Math Journal or Interactive Notebook Writing Prompts for Middle and High School Math! This product consists of 52 writing prompts to be used in a middle or
Math Journal Prompts 6th  12th Grade  Great for Interactive Notebooks!
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TwoStep Equations Interactive Notebook Page (Mrs. E Teaches Math)
TwoStep Equations Interactive Notebook Page
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Math Skill; Math Notebooks. What I like the most about this site is the paint sample strips to use as stepbystep problem solving. I like that it is broken down into sections already so it is just as simple to write each step of the problem in each section. This is good for putting example problems into the notebook.
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TwoStep Equations Interactive Notebook Page I don't like the verbal explanations, but I like how the steps are shown.
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TwoStep Equations Interactive Notebook Page.
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I’ve seen elementary school teachers use paint samples in interactive notebooks, and I knew I could think of a place to use them for older kids. I’ve seen something like this before, but I couldn’t find where to link it :) I used a four color paint sample to illustrate solving twostep equations. Here is the completed page: I used the first color to write the equation. The next color shows the add/subtract step. The third color shows the multiply/divide step. The last color shows substituting in the solution to check the answer. I think it is very important to have students check their answers, to make sure they are correct. Off to the side, the steps are explained. Students could write whatever they needed to in order to remember what to do next. At the bottom of the page, I have two practice problems. Since the steps are listed above, it is a good place for students to do their first independent practice. If you’re teaching twostep equations, I hope this helps give you ideas! You may also be interested in: Slope Interactive Notebook Page Two Step Equations Task Cards Math Teachers at Play #82 How I Teach Function Notation
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Love this visual for area and perimeter!
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A visual to remind students the difference between area and perimeter. Area is inside, while perimeter is outside.
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Math Movie Questions to accompany the movie Monsters, Inc
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This is a 20 question worksheet that goes along with the movie Monsters, Inc. Students do not need to watch the movie to complete the questions.This product includes:A 20 questions worksheet that is easy to print front to back to save paper. The topics covered include converting fractions, decimals, and percents, finding percents of a number, calculations with fractions, and percents. A complete answer key with answers in RED. **Please check out the preview for more details!**This is a g...
Math Movie Questions to accompany the movie Monsters, Inc.!
This is a 20 question worksheet that goes along with the movie Monsters, Inc. Students do not need to watch the movie to complete the questions. This product
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REDO slips are a GREAT way to hold students accountable with their work!
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REDO slips are a GREAT way to hold students accountable with their work!three great ways to keep students engaged and accountable for their work. I'll be using all 3 next year!
Holding Students Accountable: Using REDO slips to keep students accountable for problems that they need to rethink and REDO!
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@cmmteach It's my lucky day....I logged on to my computer and I hadn't closed the window yet! I made the blue a bit brighter so maybe it will show up now?
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Mean Absolute Deviation Math Lib
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Mean Absolute Deviation Math Lib In this activity, students will generate pieces to a story as they move throughout nine stations. hey find the mean absolute
Math Pennants are a fun way to show off student work
Math pennants to engage students in problem solving while building community and classroom decor.
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Cup Stacking Mean, Median, Mode, and Range... includes a FREE recording sheet! by Craziness in Fifth
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Hi ya'll! Sorry I have been a little M.I.A. lately, the craziness of the beginning of the second semester has hit me full on. For those who teach 5th grade in elementary school probably can relate to the craziness that is getting the kids ready for their big transition to middle school. The class scheduling, the testing, the music tryouts, the school visits, oh ya, and my kids who are scared out of their minds for middle school. That just might be the definition of craziness. Insert my therapist hat, one of the many we wear as teachers. Anyway, back to the purpose of this post! Mean, median, mode, and range can be tricky concepts for 5th graders to grasp. We have been working on it this past week. I couldn't give them any more of the practice problems with reading graphs, we needed to do something that required my kids to be doing something. Insert, cup stacking. The purpose of this activity was for students to generate their own data to then find the mean, median, mode, and range. It started with breaking my kids up into 6 groups. Each group was given 50 cups (Target brand cups were 5% off with the Cartwheel app, just an FYI). They were given 5 minutes to practice and decide how they were going to build their tower. The conversations they had were very in depth and some groups had some well thought out strategies. Then the fun began, they had 1 minute to build a tower with as many cups as possible. I gave them no restrictions and amazingly they all went for the triangular tower. Some more successful than others. When the minute was over, they each counted how many cups they used and I recorded that data on the board. The students were responsible for finding the mean, median, mode, and range of our class data. Shockingly, they went silent and got to work analyzing the data. This made my teacher heart smile. When they were done we did round 2, the only difference to round 2 from round 1 was the time limit changed. Round 2 only gave the groups 30 seconds to build their towers. Feel the pressure! We repeated the process with me recording the number of cups used and the students finding the 3Ms and R. By the end of the second round, some ended up like this... The teamwork the students used during the was amazing. They were talking out their strategies and genuinely listening to what each other had to say! The math was important and the point of this lesson, but it was amazing to watch them work together! I made up a simple recording sheet for 2 rounds of cup stacking. You can get this freebie HERE! This was a HUGE success in my class! I hope it works for you! Below is another resource I have for practicing mean, median, mode, and range over in my TPT store. Check it out here! Happy data analyzing! :)
Cup Stacking  Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Higher Level Math Centers for Upper Elementary Students {Including Free Centers
Math centers don’t have to be only computation or fact fluency practice. This post shares 6 higher level math centers that are perfect for upper elementary. Many of the centers are FREE!
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Higher Level Math Centers. This post shares 6 higher level math centers that are perfect for upper elementary. Many of the centers are FREE!
This post shares 6 higher level math centers that are perfect for upper elementary.
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8th Grade Math Review Task Cards
Students will review all major eighth grade math topics as outlined in the Common Core State Standards. These 60 task cards cover all standards and provide a thorough review of the eighth grade curriculum. Each task card is labeled with the corresponding CCSS. Perfect for standardized test prep, finals review, and high school math preparation practice during the summer and fall. All problems have been created such that no calculator is necessary. Created by Free to Discover.
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8th Grade Math Review Task Cards
8th Grade Math Review Task Cards: Students will review all major eighth grade math topics as outlined in the Common Core State Standards. These 60 task cards
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Cool math art projects for kids. Home or classroom. Clever ideas here.
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Teach kids why what they learning at the time is important. What that subject can be used for in real life. Cool math art projects for kids. Home or classroom. Clever ideas here.
Some very cool math art projects for kids. I'll be using these this summer.
Cool math art projects for kids. I like the ninja star one
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Amazing and awesome math art projects that kids (and parents and teachers!) will love.
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Check out our flipped classroom animated math lesson on finding and using slope! This lesson is perfect for students with a visual learning preference and is aligned with the common core learning standards for Algebra I. You can access all of our video lessons at youtube.com/mashupmath!
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Check out our flipped classroom animated math lesson on finding and using slope! This lesson is perfect for students with a visual learning preference and is aligned with the common core learning standards for Algebra I.  Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Ed. We offer free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED  H.S. Diploma or Learn English (ESL). www.Chesapeake.edu
Slope and visual learners  Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Ed. We offer free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED  H.S. Diploma or Learn English (ESL) . For GED classes contact Danielle Thomas 4108296043 dthomas@chesapeake.edu For ESL classes contact Karen Luceti  4104431163 Kluceti@chesapeake.edu . www.chesapeake.edu
flipped classroom animated math lesson on finding and using slope! This lesson is for students with a visual learning preference and is aligned with the common core learning standards for Algebra I. youtube.com/mashupmath!
Great YouTube video on teaching slope with real life examples!
Flipped lesson teaching slope via YouTube.
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Beginning Your Math Interactive Notebooks Bundle
Use this bundle to start your interactive notebooks with your math classes! Pages include: a title page, guidelines, grading rubric, grade log, and math dictionary template!The title page is to be glued onto the very first page of your students' notebooks.
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Use this bundle to start your interactive notebooks with your math classes! Pages include: a title page, guidelines, grading rubric, grade log, and math
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Pythagorean Theorem Foldable
Have your students use this foldable to learn the Pythagorean Theorem. This foldable includes: The theorem, an illustration and what a, b, and c are. How to find the hypotenuse with an example. How to find a leg, with an example. Common Pythagorean Triples.
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Have your students use this foldable to learn the Pythagorean Theorem. This foldable includes: The theorem, an illustration and what a, b, and c are. How to
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Reteaching & Reassessing: Giving kids a second chance to learn
Are you an elementary education teacher looking for reteaching strategies and reteaching ideas in the classroom? Download this freebie and lesson plan idea to give assessments after you have taught the standard! A great assessment idea and assessment for learning!
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RECYCLE/DATA NOTEBOOK DIFFERENTIATION: Download this freebie and lesson plan idea to give assessments after you have taught the standard! A great assessment idea and assessment for learning!
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This is a cool idea for kids to remember dividing by zero!
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This is such a cool idea! Great way for them to remember that you can't divide by zero... (unless you are Uncle Bob)
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This is a cool idea for kids to remember dividing by zero! #memorizationtricks #cantdividebyzero
This is an awesome idea! It will even help me remember!
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Such a good idea! My students need this.
Solving Equations Digital Warm Ups
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7th Grade Math Helper
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7th Grade Math Helper Check out 50+ free #math resources: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mathfilefoldergames/PriceRange/Free
7th Grade Math Helper. Helpful handout for students lacking prerequisite skills (minus the part about slope being y=mx+b)
7th Grade Math Helper love the idea of "cheat sheets" For kids to reference!
7th Grade Math Helper. This looks more like our grade 8 curriculum.
7th Grade Math Helper. Good "cheat" sheet for math class
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