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Order of Operations Equivalent Expressions Matching Cards

Order of Operations Equivalent Expressions Matching Cards

I created this product to help my students that the order of operations creates equivalent expressions as the student works toward the solution. This product includes three separate sets of cards that students will match on the work page. The set with numbers is the original order of operations expression. The set with letters is the second step in solving the order of operations expression. The set with symbols is an equivalent expression of the second step of working the expression. The equivalent expressions include prime factorization, integer equivalents, and fraction/decimal equivalents. Each set of cards is printed with a different border. If you would like to use only one color of card stock, students will be able to differentiate the sets and match the borders with the borders on the work mat. I prefer to print each set on a different color of card stock so that students can easily see that they must have one card from each color to successfully complete the activity. Once students have matched the cards, they can self-check using a printed copy of the answer key. This activity is also easily used with the Seesaw app. I’ve also included an accountability sheet if you’d like students to record their answers for your review.
njlougheed
Multiplication and Division of Fractions-Grades 4-6-Task Cards-Thanksgiving

Multiplication and Division of Fractions-Grades 4-6-Task Cards-Thanksgiving

This set of task cards that will give your students practice in multiplying and dividing fractions. There are 80 Thanksgiving themed cards in all. 40 are multiplying fractions and 40 are practice in dividing fractions. Answer keys and student worksheets are included. Print and you're ready to go-just add to your centers or small groups.
mccormick33
Algebra Equations vocabulary Partner puzzle

Algebra Equations vocabulary Partner puzzle

Crossword puzzle is a partner activity. It includes 20 vocabulary words that are used when talking about equations. One puzzle has 10 down words and 1 puzzle has 10 across words. Partners need to take turns giving definitions for the words so that they can complete both puzzles.
jer520
GCSE Area,Perimeter, Surface Area, Compound Shape and Volume Workbook

GCSE Area,Perimeter, Surface Area, Compound Shape and Volume Workbook

This is a work book to cover the following learning objectives: Calculate the perimeter and area and volume of regular and composite polygons including triangles. Work out an unlabeled side in a composite shape. Know how to make substitutions in a formula and work out the result Calculate surface area. Homework with answers included. Also included a matching activity for the formula of are and volume of shapes. Please my other workbooks for full lessons for GCSE and functional skills maths for £3 each in my shop lets get functional
jonesk5
Functional Mathematics: World Statistics

Functional Mathematics: World Statistics

LO:  Look at, and analyse data in the context of comparing countries   Overview: Students are given information on a selection of countries and they are to summarise this in a suitable way.   Suggested approach: Use the introduction PowerPoint to engage the students with the task. Once all questions have been answered give each student a copy of the World Statistics Information for them to use and summarise using graphs and averages. We get them to draw their graphs using square paper and then stick them all onto an A3 sheet. There is also an extension task involving a net to make a simple model of the Earth.
dhoskin
Functional Mathematics: Bus Timetables

Functional Mathematics: Bus Timetables

LO:  To plan a bus timetable   Overview: Students will look at information given for a bus route. They have to design a bus route system within a set of parameters.   Suggested approach: Use the introduction PowerPoint to engage the students with the task. Once all questions have been answered each student can then be given a copies of all the help sheets. Students can then fill in the Timetable sheet using the Map sheet. There are two slightly different sets of rules for Higher or Lower ability. Note: For the music to play the mp3 must be downloaded and placed in the same folder as the PowerPoint.
dhoskin
Functional Mathematics: Space Station

Functional Mathematics: Space Station

LO:  Explore area and volume   Overview: Students are given information on creating a space station subject to some ground area, surface area and volume constraints.   Suggested approach: Use the introduction PowerPoint to engage the students with the task. Once all questions have been answered give each student a copy of the various worksheets for them to design their space station. Some of the students did find this project a little challenging. Some of the teachers worked through the Dome Dilemma worksheet with the class first. We then asked them to create an A3 poster summarising their work, Updates: We found this project challenging with respect to communicating to other teachers how we saw it progressing, so we have changed the files and structure to the update below:
dhoskin
Functional Mathematics: School Sports Team

Functional Mathematics: School Sports Team

LO:  To analyse averages and databases.   Overview: The students are given information in the form of a database spreadsheet about how well a group of people perform in several sporting events. They have to choose a team for sports day fulfilling various constraints.   Suggested approach: Use the introduction PowerPoint to engage the students with the task. Let students fill in the team sheet with their participants using the information. In a later lesson go through the results PowerPoint for students to score their team and see how well they did compared to other in the class.
dhoskin
Functional Mathematics: Mobile Phone Deals

Functional Mathematics: Mobile Phone Deals

LO:  To choose the best mobile phone deal.   Overview: Three people are in need of new mobile phones. Students must consider each of their needs and choose a suitable phone package.   Suggested approach: Use the introduction PowerPoint to engage the students with the task. Once all questions have been answered each student can be given both tariff option sheets and the user needs summary and try to find the best options. There is also a cost sheet to give students a little structure if required. Once they have designed their meal students could summarise the information on an A3 piece of paper. Updates: · We have created a new Phone Deals sheet that replaces the Monthly Tariffs and Pay as You Go Tariffs sheets. One of our teachers has tried this and printed this new sheet and the User Needs on the same piece of paper so the students only need one piece of paper. · Along with the new Phone Deals sheet we have an updated version of the Introduction.ppt. There is a choice of two purple slides at the end depending on if you prefer to break the task down into three smaller ones or just have the main task.
dhoskin