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7th Grade Math
Sixth Grade Math
Connect Four: Volume and Surface Area for upper elementary or middle school math! Students must solve volume and surface area problems and connect four spaces in a row on their game board. Topics include volume of rectangular prisms, volume of triangular prisms, volume of pyramids, volume of cones, volume of cylinders, and surface area of rectangular prisms.
FREE! This has been a life saver for me! I attach this Substitute Report (one for each class) to my lesson plans. It easily allows subs to provide feedback (via a checklist) on class behavior, if they followed my lesson plan, how the students behaved, noise level, areas of difficulty, outstanding students, challenging students, and general comments. I receive the best feedback from my subs now.
Have your students apply their understanding of 6th grade math, 7th grade math and 8th grade math with these fun math activities including math mazes, math riddles and math coloring activities. Middle School Math Common Core Ratios and Proportional Reasoning (RP), Functions (F), Number System (NS), Equations and Expressions (EE), Statistics and Probability (SP), Geometry (G)
A way to make students more accountable for their own work and to ensure everyone turns SOMETHING in on the due date. This will also be a great way to check in with kids who need help and to have as a record if I meet with parents to discuss student progress. Will print on a neon color paper and keep right next to the inbox. (6th Grade)