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Students will draw triangles if possible given three sides or three angles. I Have - Who Has Game http://www.thebestofteacherentrepreneurs.net/2014/12/math-lesson-common-core-math-7th-grade.html

Literacy & Math Ideas: The Three Types of Percent Problems

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This Common Core aligned interactive *#SMART Board lesson introduces students to different types of basic angles (acute, obtuse, straight, and right) and also involves utilizing an interactive protractor. Lesson also includes "SMART Skoool" Learning & Teaching Technology slides, interactive matching and reveal games for hands-on manipulation, writing in math with real world problems, Real-World Scavenger Hunt, and #Math Journal prompts. *View a SCREENCAST before you buy! www.screenr.com/ZBQ7

Length Conversions Bump Games contains five different games to help students practice converting units of length in the customary system from larger units to smaller units (Common Core 4.MD.A.1). As students work through these games, each one ramps up in difficulty (see the preview file to see a sample of each level). This means that you can have all of your students working at their appropriate level when using this set!

Geometry Lesson utilizes FREE Geoboard app to classify triangles

Common Core 7th Grade Math Activities Equations, Inequalit

Geometry Art Activity Project - Create a Monster, Clown or 3D Robot Let your students be creative and apply what they have learned about shapes by creating CUTE Geometry Art! Use as a group project, home project, assessment or classwork. This looks great on a bulletin board!

Geometria - Trajetas De Intercambio - 26 pages - This 26-page unit has essential math vocabulary to build a foundation of math understanding. Use whole class, with second language learners or struggling math students. Fun way for students to meet the Common Core Standards!

Math = Love: Absolute Value Foldables and a 3-Hole Punch Story