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7th Grade Math Comprehensive Final

Can you believe that summer is almost here?!  I am in shock that another school year has come and gone so quickly!  I have received requests to make an end of the year comprehensive final for 7th grade.  My final has all of the Common Core standards included (7.NS, 7.RP, 7.EE, 7.G, and 7.SP).  I created two versions of the final (A and B).  


In addition, I also created a practice final and student answer sheets.  There are a total of 35 questions for each test.


I absolutely love using student answer sheets because I have a grading system in place that makes grading so quick and easy.


My grading system involves using a single hole puncher on my answer key.  I punch out the correct answers then place the answer key over students' tests.  The problems that do not show any markings are incorrect and I just use my red pen to bubble in the correct answer.  


I have found this to be the best and fastest method to grade multiple choice tests when you do not have a grading program such as Eduso…

Laws of Exponents Math Coloring Worksheet and Wheel Foldable (Laws of Exponents Resources)

Since my Laws of Exponents Wheel Foldable has been very popular, I have decided to create a Laws of Exponents Coloring Worksheet.  


Students will be solving 16 problems by simplifying expressions using the laws of exponents. 


Students will then color in their answer to reveal a mystery picture. 


This is great practice for any class learning the laws of exponents because it also allows students to self assess themselves. If their answer is not in the mystery picture, then they know that they need to go back and check their answer. The 16 problems include variables.

You can purchase my Laws of Exponents Coloring Worksheet by CLICKING HERE.

And we can't forget my popular wheel foldable that I stated about earlier.  This wheel foldable is amazing!  Check out the pictures below!




Included is a wheel foldable on laws of exponents. This is a great foldable for students because it has all of the information in one location. Students will be going over the laws of exponents: power rule, quotient …

8th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

Not only do I have 6th and 7th grade vocabulary coloring worksheets but I also completed 8th grade vocabulary coloring worksheets.


My bundle includes 5 vocabulary coloring worksheets that are broken down into (1) Number System, (2) Expressions & Equations, (3) Functions, (4) Geometry, and (5) Statistics & Probability.


Number System Vocabulary: rational, irrational, integer, repeating decimal, terminating decimal, non-repeating decimal, non-terminating decimal, non-perfect square, perfect square, square root, cube root, radical, radicand, exponent, base, and scientific notation


Expressions & Equations Vocabulary: unit rate, distributive property, linear equation, variable, coefficient, constant, x-intercept, y-intercept, slope, slope-intercept form, systems of equations, substitution, elimination, x-axis, y-axis, and standard form


Functions Vocabulary: function, relation, mapping, domain, range, function notation, input, output, linear, non-linear, linear equation, linear relat…

7th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

I am always super excited when I find ways to incorporate math vocabulary terms into the classroom.  These coloring worksheets are the best!  


I have created 5 vocabulary coloring worksheets for 7th grade that are broken down into (1) number sense, (2) ratios and proportional relationships, (3) expressions and equations, (4) geometry, and (5) statistics and probability.



Number Sense Vocabulary: absolute value, numerator, denominator, quotient, rational, decimal, integer, fraction, product, reciprocal, least common multiple, greatest common factor, remainder, divisor, dividend, and improper fraction



Ratios & Proportional Relationships Vocabulary: rate, ratio, unit rate, proportional relationship, proportion, markup, discount, tip, commission, simple interest, balance, principal, sales tax, selling price, percent increase, and percent decrease



Expressions & Equations Vocabulary: term, variable. expression, coefficient, constant, equation, inequality, reciprocal, distributive propert…

6th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

Do you have a hard time incorporating vocabulary in your math classroom?  I have created math vocabulary coloring worksheets that will help students with the math vocabulary terms.  


There are 5 coloring worksheets that are aligned to the same units as my math interactive notebook.  
These include:

Unit 1 - Number Sense

Unit 2 - Ratios, Rates, & Percentages

Unit 3 - Expressions & Equations

Unit 4 - Geometry

Unit 5 - Statistics & Probability



Vocabulary for each unit is given below:

Unit 1 Number Sense Vocabulary: decimal, quotient, divisor, dividend, fraction, numerator, denominator, exponent, base, opposite, absolute value, coordinate plane, x-axis, y-axis, greatest common factor (GCF), and least common multiple (LCM)

Unit 2 Ratios, Rates, & Percentages Vocabulary: ratio, equivalent ratios, rate, unit rate, unit cost, percent, fraction, numerator, denominator, simplest form, decimal, conversion, proportion, cross product, amount, and base

Unit 3 Expressions & Equations Vocabu…

Mean, Median, Mode, and Range Activities

I have been working up a storm for resources on mean, median, mode, and range!  I have completed three activities and one cheat sheet.  The cheat sheet is free!  You can learn more about each activity or purchase the activity by clicking on the picture.





Mean Absolute Deviation Coloring Worksheet

My students love these coloring worksheets!  Here is another one on mean absolute deviation (MAD)!


Students will be solving 16 problems on mean absolute deviation (MAD). Students will then color in their answer to reveal a mystery picture. 


This is great practice for any class learning how to calculate the mean absolute deviation because it also allows students to self assess themselves. If their answer is not in the mystery picture, then they know that they need to go back and check their answer.

You can purchase this activity by CLICKING HERE.

Radicals Wheel Foldable

It has been a LONG time since I have created a wheel foldable, and honestly I don't know why it has taken so long!  My wheel foldables are extremely popular so I am getting back into the groove of creating them.  I just finished one on radicals.  The wheel foldable goes over how to perform operations with radicals (adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing).


This foldable has three layers: (1) Title, (2) Example, and (3) Your Turn. 


There are 8 problems on adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing radicals. This foldable is a great handheld study tool or can be glued into students' interactive notebooks. 



In addition, students can personalize their wheel foldables by coloring them. If time is limited, print the wheel foldable on colored paper. Your students will love this!

You can purchase this wheel foldable by CLICKING HERE.

Volume and Surface Area Coloring Worksheet

Students will be solving 16 problems on volume and surface area. The three-dimensional figures include a cone, cube, cylinder, sphere, rectangular prism, rectangular pyramid, triangular prism, and an isosceles triangular prism. Students will then color in their answer to reveal a mystery picture. 


This is great practice for any class learning how to solve problems involving volume and surface area because it also allows students to self assess themselves. If their answer is not in the mystery picture, then they know that they need to go back and check their answer.

Also included is a formula cheat sheet that includes all of the volume and surface area formulas for the three-dimensional figures.



You can have students use this cheat sheet to help them calculate the volume and surface area. The cheat sheet looks great in interactive notebooks.

You can purchase this activity by CLICKING HERE.

Angle Relationships Coloring Worksheet

My coloring worksheets have been super popular so I have decided to keep making some with different math concepts.  This coloring worksheet is on angle relationships.



Students will be solving 16 problems on angle relationships (complementary, supplementary, adjacent, and vertical angles). Students will then color in their answer to reveal a mystery picture. This is great practice for any class learning how to solve problems involving angle relationships because it also allows students to self assess themselves. If their answer is not in the mystery picture, then they know that they need to go back and check their answer.





You can purchase this coloring worksheet by CLICKING HERE.

Two-Step Equations Hidden Message Activity / Worksheet

I have just finished a puzzle activity on two-step equations.  This is a fun activity that your students will love!



Students will be solving 20 problems on two-step equations.



After solving the problems, students will cut out the boxes and glue them onto the other page according to their solution.


This is a great activity that can be given individually or in groups of 2-4.



In addition, it is self-assessing in two ways: (1) students know that if they don't see their solution on the page then they need to check their answer and (2) after placing their boxes down, there is a hidden message. If they do not see the message, then they know that they made a mistake. This activity can take 1-2 days (1 day if you are on block schedule and 2 days if you are not on block schedule).

You can purchase my two-step equation activity by CLICKING HERE.