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### "This isn't math!"

Blog post...when students forget they are doing math! Great problem solving experiences are SO important for students!

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Travel Project: Plan Your Vacation! A Math and Geography Unit – Years 5/6/7Australian Curriculum Lessons

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from Scholastic Teachers

### 6 Amazing Anchor Charts

What a great anchor chart for ANY grade level! Use it for basic math facts or higher level algebra. It'd also be great at the beginning of the school year to intrigue students to solve math problems to learn about the teacher or one another.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

### Graphing Lines & Zombies ~ Slope Intercept Form

Zombies & Graphing Lines sounds like fun! My 8th Grade Math & Algebra students would love this activity!

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Mathnopoly - Solving Equations. Based on Manoj Mistry (manojm03)'s excellent Mathonopoly idea, this is an adapted version I've made. The questions are designed for Year 7 students being introduced to solving equations. I've also created some humorous chance and community chest cards.

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Can You Make It? Math Game - great game for differentiating.

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from Tales from Outside the Classroom

### Working with Division

A blog post walking through a teacher's introduction of division using candy and task cards.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

### 7th Grade Language Homework | 7th Grade Spiral Review ENTIRE YEAR }100% EDITABLE

Spiral Language Homework or Morning Work for the ENTIRE YEAR of 7th Grade! Aligned with the Seventh Grade Common Core Language standards {Grammar & Word Study}. These sheets are 100% EDITABLE, and come with answer keys. Paid

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from Maneuvering the Middle

### Teaching Proportional Relationships

Ideas for teaching proportional relationships (7.RP.2) - including activities and common misconceptions to avoid in your math classroom.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers