7th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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

7th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

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.


7th Grade Math Vocabulary Number Sense

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


7th Grade Math Vocabulary Ratios & Proportional Relationships

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


7th Grade Math Vocabulary Expressions & Equations

Expressions & Equations Vocabulary: term, variable. expression, coefficient, constant, equation, inequality, reciprocal, distributive property, combine like terms, inverse operation, isolate, greater than, greater than or equal to, less than, and less than or equal to


7th Grade Math Vocabulary Geometry

Geometry Vocabulary: complementary angles, supplementary angles, adjacent angles, vertical angles, parallel, transversals, rays, perimeter, area, volume, surface area, circumference, diameter, radius, similarity, and scale drawings

7th Grade Math Vocabulary Statistics & Probability

Statistics & Probability Vocabulary: mean, median, mode, range, mean absolute deviation, box plot, minimum, maximum, lower quartile, upper quartile, outliers, stem & leaf plot, line plot, independent, dependent, and likelihood

You can purchase my coloring worksheets by CLICKING HERE.

I also have vocabulary worksheets for 6th and 8th grade.

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