# Math 8

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This distance learning ready zombie themed graphing linear equations activity will strengthen your students' skills at graphing in slope intercept form.Distance learning?No problem! This activity now includes a Google Slides digital option!Explore the ⌨ Distance Learning in my store for more digital...

A word document of a mini murder mystery consolidating knowledge of gradients of straight lines at KS3.

While I was in graduate school, YouTube was my best friend. I'd come home from class, set my books on the table, tell myself I'd get to t...

Browse over 420 educational resources created by Amazing Mathematics in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

a collection of apps that focus on exploring math concepts for deeper understanding - Grades 6-12 (Middle and High School)

We are now in Week 4 of the school year and my Algebra students have been hard at work solving equations. I've told them that Algebra is a h...

The idea for this lesson came from an image I saw on Pinterest.. but after doing some investigative work - seems to have originated from the blog Art. Paper. Scissors. Glue and before that from the 1991 book written by Sara Beggs, "The No Nonsense Guide to Teaching Art." For this lesson we began by taking about what symmetry is and the difference between linear symmetry (1 line of symmetry) and radial symmetry (more than 1 line of symmetry). Then we talked about what a sculpture is (a piece…

A blog about teaching middle school math and middle school science. Make your classroom engaging for students.

Today we were learning how to add and subtract positive and negative numbers. Just the thought of it gives me the shakes ;) So I did a few things to *try* and make it a bit easier for the kids to grasp and thought I would share with you all. We began talking about number lines, as we were going to be using them throughout today. Using a number line as our starting point, I broke the equation down like this for the kids. OK..that is probably confusing to you, as you don't exactly know what…

While I was in graduate school, YouTube was my best friend. I'd come home from class, set my books on the table, tell myself I'd get to t...