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8th Grade Math Warm-Ups (Entire Year) DISTANCE LEARNING
This resource includes 40 pages of warm-ups. These warmups will last for the entire year since there are roughly 37 weeks in a school year. Five of the 40 warm-ups include math brain teasers. A blank template and answer key is included!I also have 6th grade math warm-ups and 7th grade math warm-ups.
Pythagorean Theorem Around the Clock Partner Scavenger Hunt
Students will work in pairs to solve order of operation problems that include exponents. Each partner will have their own clock with 12 unique problems. Each partner's problems will be different from the others, but the answers and placement on the clock will be identical. If one partner is struggling through a problem, the other can help them through it and vice versa until they agree on the same answer. If the partners are differing on an answer they can look at.....
Plotting Coordinate Points Snowflake Pennant Activity
Students plot points from tables in this math pennant activity that doubles as winter classroom decor. All tables represent linear functions. After plotting, students are asked to determine the slope. Included in this snowflake activity are 30 pennants. Also includes 2 extra pennants without table values for you to create your own tables for students to plot.
Solving Multi-Step Equations Worksheet - Maze Activity
Such a fun worksheet for reviewing multi-step equations with my Algebra 1 and 8th grade math students. I love doing maze activities like this in my math classroom because students always seem so engaged. Solving equations is such a useful secondary math
Exponent Rules Bookmark Notes - Power, Product, Quotient, Zero and Negative
Need a quick reference for notes?! I created these #mathbookmarknotes that can save you paper and money! A fun a creative approach to notes activities :) These bookmark notes have multiple versions and the possibilities of use are endless! These can be printed with all notes completed, partially completed or not completed at all! Along with the notes portion, examples are given on a separate bookmark. Those are also completed, partially completed and blank for students to complete on their own.