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# Math in Demand Introduction Video (Math Videos, Math Resources, Math Worksheets, Math Activities)

## Wednesday, November 28, 2018

I am so excited to announce that I will be creating math videos!!! My math videos will be on math concepts ranging from 6th grade to high school. In order to watch my math videos, please make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel. I will be uploading all of my videos to my YouTube channel.

You can watch my introduction video below!

Want me to create a video on a certain math concept? Comment below or email me at mathindemand@hotmail.com!

You can watch my introduction video below!

Want me to create a video on a certain math concept? Comment below or email me at mathindemand@hotmail.com!

1.) Slope Thanksgiving Activity

This activity is my most popular Thanksgiving resource! This is a great activity for students learning about slope. Students will plot given points on a graph, determine the slope between two points, color the resulting figures from the graph, and reflect upon what they learned from this activity.

2.) Unit Rates Thanksgiving Activity (Better Buy)

I love love LOVE this activity! This activity is one of my favorites because it gives students some perspective of the real world. Students will be determining the total cost of having a Thanksgiving dinner. Students will calculate the unit price of 8 Thanksgiving food items to determine the best buy. After students determine the best buy, they will calculate the total cost that they are spending on their Thanksgiving dinner. This is a perfect activity for any class learning about unit rates and is great individually or in groups of 2.

3.) Unit Rates Coloring Worksheet (Thanksgiving Edition)

This is my newest Thanksgiving resource. My coloring worksheets have been pretty popular, and this is no exception! Students will be calculating the better buy for eight Thanksgiving food items. They will use the unit price to color a mystery picture. Students will also calculate how much money they will be spending in total for their Thanksgiving dinner.

Your students will love working in small groups on this coloring worksheet. Students will need crayons, markers, or colored pencils.

This is my second most popular Thanksgiving resource. Students will be using the slope formula to determine what Henry ate for his Thanksgiving dinner. Included is 12 task cards that can be laminated and used for many years.

This is a fun Thanksgiving mystery activity where students will be determining which Thanksgiving plate is the "missing plate". Students will be solving 10 problems on multi-step equations. After solving the problems, students will be able to self assess themselves by bubbling in their answers. Students will look at the answers not bubbled in to determine the food items that were on my plate.

I have created many hidden message worksheets, and was asked to create some for Thanksgiving. Hence, this worksheet was created! Students will be solving 16 problems on two-step equations. After solving the problems, students will bubble in circles to reveal the hidden message "GIVE THANKS". This is a great worksheet for practice!

This resource has the same hidden message as #6 but is on slope. Students will be solving 16 problems on slope given two points. After solving the problems, students will bubble in circles to reveal the hidden message "GIVE THANKS". This is a great worksheet for practice!

This is a great activity for any grade level learning the Pythagorean Theorem. Students will be using the Pythagorean Theorem to determine distances between two points on a coordinate plane.

That's all of my Thanksgiving activities. Make sure to be on the lookout for a post about all of my Christmas activities!

I am obsessed with my new resources that involves cutting and pasting drain pipes. Check out my activity on multiplying fractions below!

This is a fun cut and paste activity for multiplying fractions. Students will first solve 16 problems on multiplying fractions (also includes mixed numbers). This resource is great for self assessing because students will look and see if their answer is on one of the puzzle pieces. If not, they know that they need to go back and check their answer. In addition, students are able to check their work when they are putting the puzzle pieces together.

This activity works best in groups of 2-4. You can print on regular paper or colored card stock. Also, you can laminate the puzzle pieces and use year after year.

You can buy my activity by CLICKING HERE.

Students will be solving 20 problems on the greatest common factor given two numbers. After solving the problems, students will cut out the boxes and glue them onto the other page according to their gcf. 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 hidden message activity by CLICKING HERE.

Did I mention that it is free?! You can download it below!

You can download my syllabus by CLICKING HERE.

This resource includes 40 pages of warm-ups. These warmups will last for the entire year since there are roughly 37 weeks in a school year. Five of the 40 warm-ups include math brain teasers. Also, I have provided two options for the warm-ups.

One option includes a place for a stamp. The other option is a regular warm-up with no stamp.

You can purchase my warmups by CLICKING HERE.

I also have 7th grade warmups and a pre-order for 6th grade warmups.

Students will be solving 16 problems on subtracting decimals. Students will then color in their answer to reveal a mystery picture. This is great practice for any class learning how to write linear equations in slope-intercept form 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.

To purchase this activity CLICK HERE.

This bundle includes my 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math exit slips. This includes over 125 exit slips. These exit slips are amazing to use to "check for understanding" and even includes a place for students to self-assess themselves on how well they understand the concept.

To purchase this Exit Slips bundle CLICK HERE.

This bundle includes my 6th, 7th, 8th grade math homework. The homework is aligned to my math interactive notebooks. Each math concept has two pages. The first page has around 5 problems. The second page has one problem where students need to find the mistake (error analysis), create their own word problem, and write a reflection.

To purchase this bundle CLICK HERE.

I am so excited to have my 7th grade math warm-ups completed.

This resource includes 40 pages of warm-ups. These warm-ups will last for the entire year since there are roughly 37 weeks in a school year. Five of the 40 warm-ups include math brain teasers.

Also, I have provided two options for the warm-ups. One option includes a place for a stamp. The other option is a regular warm-up with no stamp.

I also have 6th and 8th grade warm-ups in my store! You can purchase my 7th grade warmups by CLICKING HERE.

There are 16 problems:

(1) Adding/Subtracting Fractions

(2) Multiplying Fractions

(3) Dividing Fractions

(4) Dividing Decimals

(5) Calculating Unit Rate

(6) Discount (Markdown)

(7) Simple Interest and Balance

(8) Percent of Change

(9) Two-Step Equation

(10) Two-Step Equation involving a Fraction

(11) Two-Step Inequality

(12) Scale Factor

(13) Missing Angle in a Triangle

(14) Complementary Angle

(15) Calculate the Mean

(16) Probability

Students will solve these 16 problems then look at the answer code to determine which bubbles to shade in. This resource is great because the answer code makes it easy to self assess. Students can use this resource individually or in small groups.

You can purchase my review activity by CLICKING HERE.

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 Edusoft.

You can check out more information or purchase my 7th grade final by CLICKING HERE.

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

## Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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 rule, product rule, negative exponent rule, zero rule, power of a product rule, and the power of a quotient rule. There are 2 layers: (1) goes over the rules, and (2) shows an example. You can print the foldable with the answers already printed or blank (students can fill out the blank template). Also, you can have students use the wheel foldable as a handheld study tool or have students glue it into their math interactive notebooks.

You can purchase my Laws of Exponents Wheel Foldable by CLICKING HERE.

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 rule, product rule, negative exponent rule, zero rule, power of a product rule, and the power of a quotient rule. There are 2 layers: (1) goes over the rules, and (2) shows an example. You can print the foldable with the answers already printed or blank (students can fill out the blank template). Also, you can have students use the wheel foldable as a handheld study tool or have students glue it into their math interactive notebooks.

You can purchase my Laws of Exponents Wheel Foldable by CLICKING HERE.

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