Simple vs. Compound Interest: y = mx+b versus y=ab^x
Distance Learning: Linear vs. Exponential Equations:This product, which works great for distance learning i.e remote learning covers in a real-world way the differences between simple interest and compounding interest based on real-world scenarios. Simple interest models linear growth while compound...
Math Stations for your Middle School Math Classroom
If you teach 6th or 7th grade Prealgebra middle school math and need help implementing math stations into your middle school math classroom, look no further. Math stations are a great way to incorporate more middle school math activities, provide intervention, and test prep! Check out this post on how to make getting started with math stations easy and realistic! #7thgrademath #mathstations #mathcenters #prealgebra
You CAN Do the Rubiks Cube
In this lesson, students will explore the possible number ways the pieces of a Rubik's Cube can be arranged, and still fit the criteria for a Rubik's Cube. Colors are oriented in a set way, so some pieces (such as a yellow-white edge) would not exist on a Rubik's Cube. Students will find all possible combinations for a 6-colored 3x3 cube, and then divide to take out the 'impossible pieces. #freelessonplans #mathprintables #mathworksheets #middleschoolmath