# 7th Grade Math

Highlights resources for the seventh grade math classroom - including ratios, proportional relationships, expressions, equations, geometry, statistics…

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Strong Routines

Building strong routines is essential in any classroom, especially in the beginning of the year. From routines for turning in papers to establishing the restroom procedure, it is important that students know what is expected of them. Whenever considering any new routine, consider the 4 "P"s. Click to learn about the 4 "P"s and dive into five specific routines that you can establish in your classroom. By Free to Discover.

Why You Should Use Math Skill Drills This Year

Are you looking for a way to help your middle school math students develop a strong number sense? Free to Discover Math Skill Drills are an excellent tool for doing just that! Read more about why your students need strong number sense, how Skill Drills can help, and how to incorporate differentiation. Plus, find 3 free resources included! #freetodiscover #math

Homework in the Middle School Math Classroom

Homework in the middle school math classroom is a positive thing when executed correctly! Click to read some pro-homework tips and get real advice for giving homework to your teen math students. My third idea may help eliminate some of your teacher guilt! By Free to Discover.

7th Grade Math Holiday Bundle

In these holiday-themed activities, students work both independently and collaboratively. These hands-on activities engage students in mathematically meaningful tasks, while celebrating holidays. Partner stations allow students to work independently to solve a math problem that results in the same answer of that of their partner... so they can check with one another! If the answers match, they move on. If they do not match, they work together to find the error. Fun code word component, too!

7th Grade Math Review Task Cards

Students will review all major seventh grade math topics as outlined in the Common Core State Standards. These 60 task cards cover all standards and provide a thorough review of the seventh grade curriculum. Each task card is labeled with the corresponding CCSS. By Free to Discover.

Constructing Giant Snowflakes

Construct giant snowflakes with your math students and turn it into a meaningful math lesson! Students work collaboratively to create giant snowflakes - each made from six pieces of paper. Students can review mathematical terms like symmetry, attribute of quadrilaterals and triangles, and more. Perfect filler activity to keep students engaged before a vacation or on a half day. By Free to Discover.

Self-Checking Math Activities

Engage your math students in self-checking math activities. This blog post contains more than 4 unique ideas for providing self-checking opportunities for your secondary math students. Check out these twists on task cards, stations, cut and paste activities, and more! Post by Free to Discover.