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    7th Grade Math

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    Percentage Trick - Solve precentages mentally - percentages made easy with the cool math trick!

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    Math Tiles Crossword style game to get your students thinking about number relationships. Your students will have fun while they build skills in arithmetic, cooperative play, sequential thought, and focus & attention.

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    Exponents Math Game

    Exponents Game

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    A fun algebra game! Kids pick four (or more) cards from the pile, combine like terms, and write the expression. Have them work as partners and compare results!

    Finding JOY in 6th Grade

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    Resources and ideas for teaching 7th grade math

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    Activities for Simplifying Expressions using Kagan Strategies. Focuses on properties too.

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    Expressions Interactive Notebook: This is a set interactive notebook pages for expressions that addresses standards 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2, 6.EE.3, and 6.EE.4.Skills covered include: Identify parts of an expression Identify parts of a power Differentiate between expression, equations, an inequalities Differentiate between numeric and algebraic expressions Apply the order of operations Identify the first step in simplifying numerical expressions Evaluate algebraic expressions given a value or values Simp...

    Expressions Interactive Notebook Pages

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    Mrs. Math Geek: 7th Grade Math Anchor Charts

    Mrs. Math Geek: 7th Grade Math Anchor Charts

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    Mrs. Math Geek: 7th Grade Math Anchor Charts

    Mrs. Math Geek: 7th Grade Math Anchor Charts

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    This website is going to be my lifesaver when I start to teach 7th grade Math

    Middle School Math Rules!: Math Learning Stations

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    Data Analysis and Probability. CC: 7.SP.5. This is an activity in which the students examine the contents of a bag of starburst, and decide which they are most likely to pull out of the bag. This targets students at the concrete level with this concept. All you will need is starburst, pencils, and paper.

    Simplifying Radicals: Starbursts 3-Acts

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    1. Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. 2. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. 3. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school.

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    Fractions, Decimals, and Percents!!

    Fractions, Decimals, and Percents with M&Ms!

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    Scientific Notation activity

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    Integer Task Cards

    Integers Task Cards: 32 Color and B&W Task Cards

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    Explain why Calvin is wrong...I really like this! Jumpstart for lots of fun ways to teach math!

    exzuberant: If y = 3, then 6y = 63 ... or is it?

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    Great Activity! Interval Notation Task Cards This activity is appropriate for all levels of Algebra. Interval notation is an important concept that students have traditionally had difficulty with. This set of task cards reinforces the relationship between interval notation, inequalities, and graphing on a number line. Included: * Task Cards: There are 24 Task Cards.

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    Solving Two Step Equations Task Cards with QR Codes

    Algebra Solving Two Step Equations Task Cards with QR Codes

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    Karuta is a cross between Slap Jack and War - Teacher calls out either the answer or the question, and student slaps response.

    Math = Love: Ms. Hagan's Book of Exponent Rules

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    Roll a Fraction/Decimal/Percent math center! Students roll 2 dice to get the percent and then convert it to a fraction, decimal, and picture! GREAT PRACTICE!

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    post it, prove it.

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    Love this vocabulary board!

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    Quick question for a lesson. How much would you pay for the Money Duck? from Dan Meyer DeeDee Meyer on Twitter

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    Pythagorean theorem. Great "do-now" activity

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    Data Charts and Graphs Activity - The Fastest 40 - FUN Statistics - 6th Grade Math - $1.99

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