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7th Grade Math End of Year Review Worksheet

GIVEAWAY - 7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

My 7th grade math interactive notebook is completed UPDATED!!!  The notebook works great for ANY 7th grade math class because there are 2 versions: (1) Old version is aligned to Common Core State Standards, and (2) New version is aligned to concepts.

The new version has the same template as my popular Pre-Algebra and Algebra notebook.  I got so many requests to create a 7th grade notebook with the same template, and it is amazing!!!  I am so in love with it!!!  Check out for yourself by looking at some pics below:

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook

The second version includes 5 units:
Unit 0 - Notebook Starter
Unit 1 - Number Sense
Unit 2 - Ratios & Proportional Relationships
Unit 3 - Expressions & Equations
Unit 4 - Geometry
Unit 5 - Statistics & Probability

A breakdown of each unit is below:

Unit 0 - Notebook Starter
-Notebook Cover for Students
-Classroom Rules
-Notebook Expectations
-Grading Rubric
-Math Reference Sheet
-Table of Contents
-Reflection Page
-My Goals: Setting Goals
-My Goals: A Look Back

Unit 1 - Number Sense
-Absolute Value
-Numbers on the Number Line
-Subtracting Integers on the Number Line
-Subtracting Fractions on the Number Line
-Subtracting Integers using Visual Representation
-Subtracting Integers using Rules
-Multiplying Integers
-Dividing Integers
-Least Common Multiple & Greatest Common Factor
-Adding and Subtracting Fractions
-Multiplying Fractions
-Dividing Fractions
-Adding and Subtracting Decimals
-Multiplying Decimals
-Dividing Decimals

Unit 2 - Ratios & Proportional Relationships
-Intro to Ratios
-Intro to Rates
-Unit Rates Word Problems
-Writing Proportions
-Solving Proportions
-Proportional Relationships Equation
-Proportional Relationship in a Table and Graph
-Unit Rate on a Graph
-Converting between Decimals, Fractions, and Percents
-Sales Tax
-Percent Increase/Decrease
-Simple Interest

Unit 3 - Expressions & Equations
-Combining Like Terms
-Distributive Property
-Simplifying Expressions
-Solving One-Step Equations
-Solving Two-Step Equations with Modeling
-Solving Two-Step Equations
-Solving and Graphing One-Step Inequalities
-Solving and Graphing Two-Step Inequalities

Unit 4 - Geometry
-Constructing Triangles
-Intro to Angle Relationships
-Evaluating Angles
-Identifying Angle Relationships
-Solving with Angle Relationships
-Rectangles: Area and Perimeter
-Triangles: Area and Perimeter
-Circles: Area and Circumference
-Similar Figures
-Scale Drawings
-Surface Area using Nets

Unit 5 - Statistics & Probability
-Random Sampling
-Draw Inferences
-Numerical Data Distributions
-Mean, Median, Mode, and Range
-Mean Absolute Deviation
-Line Plots
-Stem and Leaf Plot
-Box and Whisker Plot
-Probability of an Event
-Probability of a Repeated Event
-Probability of Independent and Dependent Events

Since I am SO happy that I finished the notebook, I have decided to do a raffle.  You can be entered into a raffle to win my 7th grade math interactive notebook by sharing this post or by going to my facebook and sharing my post on there about my notebook.  If you are interested in purchasing my notebook, you can CLICK HERE.


  1. Replies
    1. Hi Terri! Unfortunately the giveaway for my 7th grade notebook ended earlier this month. However, I am offering a freebie for one of my wheel foldables (on solving one-step inequalities). If you go to my facebook ( and share my post on the wheel foldable, I will email you my wheel foldable. Also, make sure to follow my facebook because I am constantly doing giveaways and freebies! Thanks!!!

  2. It looks as though your foldable require quite a bit of cutting. Have you personally used these with 7th graders?


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