7th grade math
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·Activities, ideas and inspiration for teaching 7th grade math
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Students love seeing their work displayed. Even my older students loved displaying their math worksheets on our classroom math bulletin board. Math pennants are a fun way to display student-created work while giving them a fun activity to color (while practicing their math-- shhhh!). Students won't feel like they are working and in the end you'll have the perfect math classroom display that students are proud of.
Percent change task cards activity
The prices of everything have changed so much over the years, and not always at the same rate as salaries. This set of percent change task cards is based on past and current costs of items. They allow students to compare the percent increase of items to figure out which has had a greater percent change. There are other fun financial literacy activities linked in this post, too. scaffoldedmath.com
Missing Angles Digital Math Escape Room
An engaging digital escape room for finding missing angles. Students must unlock 5 locks through finding the missing measures of 20 angles. Students recall what they have learned about isosceles triangles, supplementary, vertical and right angles, parallel line and right angle notation, and parallel lines cut by a transversal. Questions are grouped 4 per puzzle, resulting in five 4-letter codes that will unlock all 5 locks. More @ scaffoldedmath.com
Digital Math Escape Rooms
Digital math escape rooms make fun end of year math review activities for your middle and high school math classes. As they work through each math escape room, students must enter codes that will unlock each of 5 locks. Each digital escape room is one answer-validated Google Form, with no outside links. This way, the math escape rooms are super simple to assign and for students to understand. Browse over 50 digital math escape rooms here.
Probability digital math escape room
A fun digital escape room covering 7th grade probability. Students must unlock 5 locks through figuring out the simple or compound probability in 20 scenarios. Students find the probability of either one or two events in each question. Questions are grouped 4 per puzzle, resulting in five 4-letter codes that will unlock all 5 locks. The entire escape room is housed in one Google Form, making this activity super simple to assign.
Guide to Attacking Word Problems
Word problems don't all fit into the same neat little box. There is no one graphic organizer or online math word problems solver that works well for all word problems. Each word problem is completely unique. This has always felt so incredibly messy to me when it comes to teaching word problems.
7th Grade Math Word Wall - print and digital
With references for constant of proportionality, scale factor, equations, expressions, angle pairs, complex fractions, independent and dependent probability, area, perimeter, circumference, integers, inequalities, percents and simple interest, this word wall is a great addition to a 7th grade math classroom. The references are integrated wherever possible (ex: "ratio" is shown on the part of the word wall that is for scale factor) so that students can make connections between the different parts
Pi Day Digital Math Escape Room for Middle School
An engaging digital escape room for middle school students celebrating Pi Day! In this escape room activity, students work with the circle formulas to unlock 5 locks. Questions are grouped 4 per puzzle, resulting in five 4-letter codes that will unlock all 5 locks. Each puzzle also includes a fun fa...
Digital Math Escape Rooms
Digital math escape rooms for middle school and high school math. These math escape rooms were designed for remote learning days when students are learning online or when students are back in your classroom and you'd just like to save paper. Each was built in Google Forms, giving you access to your student data.
Multiplying and Dividing Integers Digital Math Escape Room
An engaging digital escape room for multiplying and dividing integers. Students must unlock 5 locks through simplifying 20 integer multiplication and division problems. Questions are grouped 4 per puzzle, resulting in five 4-letter codes that will unlock all 5 locks. -determe if two integers multiplied or divided would result in a positive or a negative -multiply 2 or 3 integers -divide 2 or 3 integers -multiply and divide 3 integers -integer multiplication and division word problems