# Units of Measurement

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This coordinate plane graphing activity will strengthen your students' skill in graphing ordered pairs in all four quadrants. The ordered pairs in this activity are in all four quadrants and are all integers (no decimals). Please view the preview to view the completed pictures.What's Included• Bla...

Real World Math! Students use the given menu and daily specials to calculate the total bill for four different bills. Students use percents of numbers to figure out tax and specials. Answer key is included. ...

Before moving on to measuring volume, take a few minutes to review what it means to measure area. When we measure area, we are measuring the surface space inside the boundary of a two-dimensional (flat) shape. We measure area using square units. When we measure volume, we measure the amount of space a three-dimensional (solid) shape ... Read more

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The beginning of Unit 11 which is all about CIRCLES!

SPRING SALE IS HERE!!! Alright spring is right around the corner so let’s start it off right with a little spring cleanin...

A middle school math blog to help incorporate best teaching practices. Math journals, centers, promeathean boards, class management and experiences.

I'm stopping in quickly (time is so short these days!) to share an anchor chart I made with my students during a lesson about converting fra...

The muscle man has become the daily phrase utilized in my classroom. I have to say, I was getting a little tired of the whole balance spiel...

Circle, Foldable, Geometry, Circumference, Diameter, Radius,Common Core, 7.G.4, G-C.2

Next week is Catholic Schools Week. I love Catholic Schools Week and all the fun and events that go along with it! What I don’t love, though, is putting together bulletin boards to display student work for our Open House on Sunday. I know many teachers really get into decorating their classrooms and putting upRead more about Personal Percent Problems[...]

This handout is to practice equations with. I have drawn 10 pictures that resemble a teeter totter. This helps supplement hands on equations and the thought process of balance. Use this page to give the students 10 practice problems.