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7th Grade Math Stations Bundle

7th Grade Math Stations Bundle

These middle school math stations are just what you need to help your students develop a deep understanding of mathematics. There are at least four stations in each set. The focus of these stations is for students to discover and apply mathematical principles. The students will delve into the mathematics and gain a strong foundation. These stations are set to take one to two class periods. These are great for group work but also work well as homework, assessments or individual work. Included in all stations is a recording sheet and answer sheet. What makes these different than other math stations available? Make Sense of Math stations are created with the intent that students will conceptually understand the mathematical concepts. These math stations are not simply "busy work" worksheets. Students will write, model, justify, create, explain and practice the mathematics.
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Probability Math Stations

Probability Math Stations

Students will dig into probability as they analyze probability models and estimate frequencies of given events. Students will also analyze compound events. Students will develop a deep understanding of probability with these math stations. The following math stations are included: • Probability Numbers: focus is on understanding probability as a number represented between 0 and 1 • Estimating Frequencies: Given the probability of certain events, students will estimate frequencies. • Calculating Probability: Given a probability model, students will calculate the probability of certain events. • Compound Events: Students will display the sample space of an event with a diagram, and calculate compound probabilities of certain events. Each station will take about 20 minutes to complete These would also be great to use as homework, group work or assessments. These math centers are aligned with common core 7.SP.C.5 7.SP.C.6 7.SP.C.7.A 7.SP.C.8 7.SP.C.8.A 7.SP.C.8.B
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Deck of Playing Cards

Deck of Playing Cards

A handout for students doing questions on selecting cards from a pack of playing cards. When doing probability, some students have never played card games before, and they do not know what a pack of playing cards looks like. This simple sheet is a sample space, which gives students a comprehensive overview of all the types of cards in a deck of playing cards. This overview can be made smaller on a photocopier such that four of them fit on one A4 sheet of paper, which then can be photocopied. This saves photocopying and paper, and students can stick the small overviews in their exercise books. Before I issue each student with their own copy, I usually organise students in small groups, and give them a pack of playing cards, which they have to lay out on their table in the same way as on the overview. Students who have never used playing cards find this useful. When the playing cards have been laid out, we have a Q&A session on probability questions related to selecting one card from a pack of playing cards. For your convenience, the Word file is included as well, which will allow you to adapt the overview. This is a simple resource, which I hope you will find useful. Please, feel free to leave comments. Thank you.
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Counting Methods GCSE worksheet

Counting Methods GCSE worksheet

www.pinpointlearning.co.uk will take your mock QLA (Question Level Analysis) and instantly produce personalised intervention booklets for all your year 11s, thoroughly addressing each student’s individual weaknesses from each paper. The site caters for all our 9to1 papers from Edexcel, AQA and OCR, including the summer 2017 papers, practice sets and the November 2017 papers. The site also produces a combined QLA feature allowing you to see your class and student progress by topic. They will also do some of your mock analysis for you, automatically calculating grade percentages and even displaying class box plots for your department. The latest feature is access to some of our topic resources including answers, with subscribed schools having access to each and every topic. The site is free for all of your mocks so I hope you find it useful.
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Systematic Listing GCSE worksheet

Systematic Listing GCSE worksheet

For more free resources visit www.pinpointlearning.co.uk www.pinpointlearning.co.uk will take your mock QLA (Question Level Analysis) and instantly produce personalised intervention booklets for all your year 11s, thoroughly addressing each student’s individual weaknesses from each paper.
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WHOLE LESSON FOUNDATION PROBABILITY OF SIMPLE EVENTS AS A FRACTION

WHOLE LESSON FOUNDATION PROBABILITY OF SIMPLE EVENTS AS A FRACTION

Complete lesson: powerpoint to show how tow write the probability of an event as a fraction. The fully differentiated write-on resource goes from 1 star (simple shape questions with no reduction) through 2 star (more common context) to 3 star (problems involving simple conditional). There is also a multi-choice homework to accompany the lesson.
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455 Maths revision sheets, 75 Feedback sheets, 11 Topic sheets, 60 Starters

455 Maths revision sheets, 75 Feedback sheets, 11 Topic sheets, 60 Starters

Visit https://www.maths-resources.co.uk to see thumbnail versions of the 455 revision sheets. 455 Maths revision sheets arranged broadly in order of difficulty. Suitable for Years 7 – 11. Wide range of topics covered. Very useful as homeworks. 75 of these have accompanying “Feedback” sheets, which give worked solutions to many of the questions. In many cases the next sheet has the same questions but using different numbers. Students can study their answers using the Feedback sheet and then aim to get a higher mark for the next sheet. Sheets often cover a range of topics, and the constant repetition has proved to be very effective in ensuring that material previously taught is not forgotten. Worksheets on Circles, Indices, Interior and Exterior Angles, Mean, Median, Mode and Range, Multiples, Factors and Prime Numbers, Percentages, Probability, Properties of Quadrilaterals, Ratio and Proportion, Straight Line Graphs and Tree Diagrams are provided by the 11 topic sheets. In many cases these sheets progress from simple recall questions through to more complex problems. The first 14 Starter sheets cover basic numeracy – addition and subtraction, times tables, negative numbers, fractions, square and cube numbers and simple percentages. After this, other topics are covered. Like the revision sheets, the Starter sheets are arranged broadly in order of difficulty. They are supplied as PowerPoint presentations and well as PDFs. Answers are provided for all the revision sheets, topic sheets and starters.
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Probability tree generator

Probability tree generator

A dynamic and interactive probability tree structure generator. Generate questions and create the corresponding tree so students can practice interpreting questions. This is a geogebra applet so you need the application installed or I could email you the link so you can use within a web browser.
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Probability - Key Stage 3, (Year 7, 8, 9), (US Grades 6th - 8th)

Probability - Key Stage 3, (Year 7, 8, 9), (US Grades 6th - 8th)

In this lesson, learners will be able to: 1. record, describe and analyse the frequency of outcomes of simple probability experiments, using appropriate language and the 0-1 probability scale 2. understand that the probabilities of all possible outcomes sum to 1 3. enumerate sets and unions/intersections of sets systematically, using tables, grids and Venn diagrams 4. generate theoretical sample spaces for single and combined events with equally likely, mutually exclusive outcomes and use these to calculate theoretical probabilities Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 96 Interactive pages
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