Holiday Math Activity
Puzzled about your next math lesson? Want to have your students engaged as holiday break gets closer? No problem, this escape challenge will get the job done. All the math + a little fun. Add a little holiday fun to your math classroom. Grab a digital escape challenge from a variety of math topics on TpT by Moving Towards Mastery.
Roman Numeral Math Mazes - ready to print
Make learning roman numerals fun with these 6 Roman Numeral Math Mazes. Children can read the number then follow the path with the correct roman numeral and find their way to the finish. There are 2 mazes for each level 1-20, 1-50 and 1-100 and all answers are included. Each maze tests between 9 and 11 roman numerals and they are ready to print. Perfect to support learning roman numerals and addressing any misconceptions for example the numerals 4 and 6.
Proportions & Scale Project Based Learning Lost City Mystery Scale Map Drawings
Proportion Map Activity. Using a Map Scale to Calculate Distances Using Proportional Reasoning. In this engaging and educational activity, students embark on a journey to discover the Lost City, a hidden city described in an ancient book. It includes 10 problems to calculate the map distances and 10 problems to calculate real-life distances using the map scale. Students are provided with a narrative that describes ten key locations in the Lost City and their distances from each other.
Solve Equations with Distributive Property
This NO PREP digital activity on Google Sheets is perfect for last minute sub plans or class activity. Students solve equations with variables on one side, including using the distributive property. There is also a printable worksheet version that makes a fun cut and paste picture to color in.
Geometry Addition Segment Postulate Task Cards Activities with easy 1 step equations
Segment addition postulate is quick and easy with this engaging task card sets. This resource includes 2 different sets of 12 task cards each perfect for either an intro activity to see what your students already understand about the segment addition postulate or to provide extra practice for struggling students. These are very basic problems where the students will be solving one-step equations.