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Seventh grade math
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A. Number theory
- 1 Prime or composite
- 2 Prime factorization
- 3 Multiplicative inverses
- 4 Divisibility rules
- 5 Greatest common factor
- 6 Least common multiple
- 7 GCF and LCM: word problems
- 8 Sort factors of numerical expressions
- 9 Scientific notation
- 10 Compare numbers written in scientific notation
- 11 Classify numbers
- 12 Factorials
- 1 Understanding integers
- 2 Integers on number lines
- 3 Graph integers on horizontal and vertical number lines
- 4 Understanding absolute value
- 5 Absolute value and opposite integers
- 6 Quantities that combine to zero: word problems
- 7 Compare and order integers
- 8 Integer inequalities with absolute values
C. Operations with integers
- 1 Add integers using counters
- 2 Add integers using number lines
- 3 Integer addition rules
- 4 Add integers
- 5 Add three or more integers
- 6 Subtract integers using counters
- 7 Subtract integers using number lines
- 8 Integer subtraction rules
- 9 Subtract integers
- 10 Integer addition and subtraction rules
- 11 Add and subtract integers using counters
- 12 Add and subtract integers
- 13 Complete addition and subtraction equations with integers
- 14 Add and subtract integers: word problems
- 15 Understand multiplying by a negative integer using a number line
- 16 Integer multiplication rules
- 17 Multiply integers
- 18 Integer division rules
- 19 Equal quotients of integers
- 20 Divide integers
- 21 Integer multiplication and division rules
- 22 Multiply and divide integers
- 23 Complete multiplication and division equations with integers
- 24 Add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers
- 25 Evaluate numerical expressions involving integers
- 1 Decimal numbers review
- 2 Compare and order decimals
- 3 Decimal number lines
- 4 Round decimals
E. Operations with decimals
- 1 Add and subtract decimals
- 2 Add and subtract decimals: word problems
- 3 Multiply decimals
- 4 Multiply decimals and whole numbers: word problems
- 5 Divide decimals
- 6 Divide decimals by whole numbers: word problems
- 7 Estimate sums, differences, and products of decimals
- 8 Add, subtract, multiply, or divide two decimals
- 9 Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals: word problems
- 10 Multi-step inequalities with decimals
- 11 Maps with decimal distances
- 12 Evaluate numerical expressions involving decimals
F. Fractions and mixed numbers
- 1 Understanding fractions: word problems
- 2 Equivalent fractions
- 3 Write fractions in lowest terms
- 4 Fractions: word problems with graphs and tables
- 5 Least common denominator
- 6 Compare and order fractions
- 7 Compare fractions: word problems
- 8 Convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions
- 9 Compare mixed numbers and improper fractions
- 10 Round mixed numbers
G. Operations with fractions
- 1 Add and subtract fractions
- 2 Add and subtract fractions: word problems
- 3 Add and subtract mixed numbers
- 4 Add and subtract mixed numbers: word problems
- 5 Inequalities with addition and subtraction of fractions and mixed numbers
- 6 Estimate sums and differences of mixed numbers
- 7 Multiply fractions and whole numbers
- 8 Multiply two fractions using models
- 9 Multiply fractions
- 10 Multiply mixed numbers
- 11 Multiply fractions and mixed numbers: word problems
- 12 Divide fractions
- 13 Divide mixed numbers
- 14 Divide fractions and mixed numbers: word problems
- 15 Estimate products and quotients of fractions and mixed numbers
- 16 Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and mixed numbers: word problems
- 17 Maps with fractional distances
- 18 Evaluate numerical expressions involving fractions
H. Rational numbers
- 1 Convert fractions or mixed numbers to decimals
- 2 Convert decimals to fractions or mixed numbers
- 3 Convert between decimals and fractions or mixed numbers
- 4 Identify rational numbers
- 5 Classify rational numbers using a diagram
- 6 Classify rational numbers
- 7 Absolute value of rational numbers
- 8 Compare rational numbers
- 9 Put rational numbers in order
- 10 Add and subtract positive and negative decimals
- 11 Add and subtract positive and negative fractions
- 12 Add and subtract rational numbers
- 13 Rational numbers: find the sign
- 14 Apply addition and subtraction rules
- 15 Identify quotients of rational numbers: word problems
- 16 Multiply and divide positive and negative decimals
- 17 Multiply and divide positive and negative fractions
- 18 Multiply and divide rational numbers
- 19 Apply multiplication and division rules
I. Exponents and square roots
- 1 Understanding exponents
- 2 Evaluate exponents
- 3 Solve equations with variable exponents
- 4 Exponents with negative bases
- 5 Exponents with decimal and fractional bases
- 6 Powers of ten
- 7 Evaluate numerical expressions involving exponents
- 8 Square roots of perfect squares
- 9 Estimate square roots
J. Ratios, rates, and proportions
- 1 Understanding ratios
- 2 Identify equivalent ratios
- 3 Write an equivalent ratio
- 4 Equivalent ratios: word problems
- 5 Unit rates
- 6 Calculate unit rates with fractions
- 7 Compare ratios: word problems
- 8 Compare rates: word problems
- 9 Do the ratios form a proportion?
- 10 Do the ratios form a proportion: word problems
- 11 Solve proportions
- 12 Solve proportions: word problems
- 13 Estimate population size using proportions
- 14 Rate of change: tables
- 15 Rate of change: graphs
- 16 Constant rate of change
K. Proportional relationships
- 1 Find the constant of proportionality from a table
- 2 Write equations for proportional relationships from tables
- 3 Identify proportional relationships by graphing
- 4 Find the constant of proportionality from a graph
- 5 Write equations for proportional relationships from graphs
- 6 Identify proportional relationships from graphs and equations
- 7 Identify proportional relationships from tables
- 8 Complete a table and graph a proportional relationship
- 9 Graph a proportional relationship: word problems
- 10 Interpret graphs of proportional relationships
- 11 Write and solve equations for proportional relationships
- 1 What percentage is illustrated?
- 2 Convert between percents, fractions, and decimals
- 3 Compare percents to fractions and decimals
- 4 Estimate percents of numbers
- 5 Solve percent problems using strip models
- 6 Percents of numbers and money amounts
- 7 Percents of numbers: word problems
- 8 Solve percent equations
- 9 Solve percent equations: word problems
- 10 Percent of change
- 11 Percent of change: word problems
- 12 Percent of change: find the original amount word problems
- 13 Percent error: word problems
M. Consumer math
- 1 Add, subtract, multiply, and divide money amounts: word problems
- 2 Price lists
- 3 Unit prices
- 4 Unit prices with unit conversions
- 5 Unit prices: find the total price
- 6 Percent of a number: tax, discount, and more
- 7 Which is the better coupon?
- 8 Find the percent: tax, discount, and more
- 9 Sale prices: find the original price
- 10 Multi-step problems with percents
- 11 Estimate tips
- 12 Simple interest
- 13 Compound interest
N. Problem solving and estimation
- 1 Estimate to solve word problems
- 2 Multi-step word problems with positive rational numbers
- 3 Multi-step word problems: identify reasonable answers
- 4 Guess-and-check word problems
- 5 Use Venn diagrams to solve problems
- 6 Find the number of each type of coin
- 7 Elapsed time word problems
O. Units of measurement
- 1 Estimate customary measurements
- 2 Estimate metric measurements
- 3 Compare and convert customary units
- 4 Mixed customary units
- 5 Compare and convert metric units
- 6 Convert between customary and metric systems
- 7 Precision
- 8 Celsius and Fahrenheit temperatures
P. Coordinate plane
- 1 Coordinate plane review
- 2 Quadrants and axes
- 3 Follow directions on a coordinate plane
- 4 Distance between two points
Q. Number sequences
- 1 Identify arithmetic and geometric sequences
- 2 Arithmetic sequences
- 3 Geometric sequences
- 4 Number sequences: mixed review
- 5 Number sequences: word problems
- 6 Evaluate variable expressions for number sequences
- 7 Write variable expressions for arithmetic sequences
R. Expressions and properties
- 1 Write variable expressions: one operation
- 2 Write variable expressions: two or three operations
- 3 Write variable expressions: word problems
- 4 Evaluate linear expressions
- 5 Evaluate multi-variable expressions
- 6 Evaluate absolute value expressions
- 7 Evaluate nonlinear expressions
- 8 Identify terms and coefficients
- 9 Sort factors of variable expressions
- 10 Properties of addition and multiplication
- 11 Simplify expressions by combining like terms: with algebra tiles
- 12 Simplify expressions by combining like terms
- 13 Multiply using the distributive property: area models
- 14 Multiply using the distributive property
- 15 Write equivalent expressions using properties
- 16 Add and subtract linear expressions
- 17 Add and subtract like terms: with exponents
- 18 Factor linear expressions: area models
- 19 Factors of linear expressions
- 20 Identify equivalent linear expressions using algebra tiles
- 21 Identify equivalent linear expressions I
- 22 Identify equivalent linear expressions II
- 23 Identify equivalent linear expressions: word problems
S. One-variable equations
- 1 Which x satisfies an equation?
- 2 Write an equation from words
- 3 Solve equations using properties
- 4 Model and solve equations using algebra tiles
- 5 Write and solve equations that represent diagrams
- 6 Solve one-step equations
- 7 Solve two-step equations without parentheses
- 8 Solve two-step equations with parentheses
- 9 Solve two-step equations
- 10 Choose two-step equations: word problems
- 11 Solve two-step equations: word problems
- 12 Solve equations involving like terms
- 13 Solve equations: complete the solution
T. One-variable inequalities
- 1 Solutions to inequalities
- 2 Graph inequalities on number lines
- 3 Write inequalities from number lines
- 4 Solve one-step inequalities
- 5 Graph solutions to one-step inequalities
- 6 One-step inequalities: word problems
- 7 Solve two-step inequalities
- 8 Graph solutions to two-step inequalities
U. Two-variable equations
- 1 Does (x, y) satisfy the equation?
- 2 Identify independent and dependent variables
- 3 Find a value using two-variable equations
- 4 Evaluate two-variable equations: word problems
- 5 Complete a table for a two-variable relationship
- 6 Write a two-variable equation
- 7 Identify the graph of an equation
- 8 Graph a two-variable equation
- 9 Interpret a graph: word problems
- 10 Write an equation from a graph using a table
V. Linear functions
- 1 Find the slope from a graph
- 2 Find the slope from two points
- 3 Find a missing coordinate using slope
- 4 Find the slope from an equation
- 5 Graph a line using slope
- 6 Write a linear equation from a graph
- 7 Identify linear and nonlinear functions
W. Two-dimensional figures
- 1 Identify and classify polygons
- 2 Name, measure, and classify angles
- 3 Classify triangles
- 4 Triangle inequality
- 5 Identify trapezoids
- 6 Classify quadrilaterals I
- 7 Classify quadrilaterals II
- 8 Graph triangles and quadrilaterals
- 9 Find missing angles in triangles
- 10 Find missing angles in triangles using ratios
- 11 Find missing angles in quadrilaterals I
- 12 Find missing angles in quadrilaterals II
- 13 Interior angles of polygons
- 14 Lines, line segments, and rays
- 15 Parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines
- 16 Identify complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles
- 17 Find measures of complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles
- 18 Write and solve equations using angle relationships
- 19 Identify alternate interior and alternate exterior angles
- 20 Transversals of parallel lines: name angle pairs
- 21 Transversals of parallel lines: find angle measures
- 22 Find lengths and measures of bisected line segments and angles
- 23 Parts of a circle
- 24 Central angles of circles
X. Three-dimensional figures
- 1 Bases of three-dimensional figures
- 2 Nets of three-dimensional figures
- 3 Front, side, and top view
- 4 Cross sections of three-dimensional figures
Y. Geometric measurement
- 1 Perimeter
- 2 Area of rectangles and parallelograms
- 3 Area of triangles and trapezoids
- 4 Area and perimeter: word problems
- 5 Circumference of circles
- 6 Area of circles
- 7 Circles: word problems
- 8 Area of semicircles and quarter circles
- 9 Semicircles: calculate area, perimeter, radius, and diameter
- 10 Quarter circles: calculate area, perimeter, and radius
- 11 Area of compound figures made of rectangles
- 12 Area of compound figures with triangles
- 13 Area of compound figures with triangles, semicircles, and quarter circles
- 14 Area between two shapes
- 15 Surface area of cubes and prisms
- 16 Surface area of pyramids
- 17 Surface area of cylinders
- 18 Volume of cubes and prisms
- 19 Volume of cubes and rectangular prisms: word problems
- 20 Volume of prisms: advanced
- 21 Volume of pyramids
- 22 Volume of cylinders
Z. Scaled drawings
- 1 Scale drawings of polygons
- 2 Scale drawings: word problems
- 3 Scale drawings: scale factor word problems
- 4 Perimeter and area: changes in scale
AA. Transformations and congruence
- 1 Line symmetry
- 2 Rotational symmetry
- 3 Rotational symmetry: amount of rotation
- 4 Identify reflections, rotations, and translations
- 5 Describe a sequence of transformations
- 6 Translations: graph the image
- 7 Translations: find the coordinates
- 8 Reflections over the x- and y-axes: graph the image
- 9 Reflections over the x- and y-axes: find the coordinates
- 10 Reflections: graph the image
- 11 Reflections: find the coordinates
- 12 Rotations: graph the image
- 13 Rotations: find the coordinates
- 14 Similar and congruent figures
- 15 Congruence statements and corresponding parts
- 16 Side lengths and angle measures of congruent figures
- 17 Side lengths and angle measures of similar figures
- 18 Similar figures and indirect measurement
BB. Pythagorean theorem
- 1 Pythagorean theorem: find the length of the hypotenuse
- 2 Pythagorean theorem: find the missing leg length
- 3 Pythagorean theorem: word problems
- 4 Converse of the Pythagorean theorem: is it a right triangle?
CC. Data and graphs
- 1 Interpret tables
- 2 Interpret line plots
- 3 Create line plots
- 4 Create and interpret line plots with fractions
- 5 Interpret stem-and-leaf plots
- 6 Create stem-and-leaf plots
- 7 Interpret bar graphs
- 8 Create bar graphs
- 9 Interpret histograms
- 10 Create histograms
- 11 Create frequency charts
- 12 Interpret circle graphs
- 13 Circle graphs and central angles
- 14 Interpret line graphs
- 15 Create line graphs
- 16 Box plots
- 17 Identify trends with scatter plots
- 18 Make predictions with scatter plots
- 1 Calculate mean, median, mode, and range
- 2 Interpret charts and graphs to find mean, median, mode, and range
- 3 Mean, median, mode, and range: find the missing number
- 4 Changes in mean, median, mode, and range
- 5 Calculate mean absolute deviation
- 6 Calculate quartiles and interquartile range
- 7 Identify an outlier
- 8 Identify representative, random, and biased samples
- 1 Probability of simple events
- 2 Probability of simple events and opposite events
- 3 Probability of mutually exclusive events and overlapping events
- 4 Experimental probability
- 5 Make predictions using experimental probability
- 6 Use collected data to find probabilities and make predictions
- 7 Make predictions using theoretical probability
- 8 Compound events: find the number of outcomes
- 9 Compound events: find the number of sums
- 10 Probability of compound events
- 11 Which simulation represents the situation?
- 12 Identify independent and dependent events
- 13 Probability of independent and dependent events
- 14 Find the number of outcomes: word problems
Seventh grade lessons
These lessons help you brush up on important math topics and prepare you to dive into skill practice!
- Absolute value
- Additive inverses
- Adding and subtracting integers
- Multiplying and dividing integers
- Adding decimals
- Subtracting decimals
- Multiplying decimals by powers of 10
- Multiplying decimals by whole numbers
- Multiplying decimals
- Dividing decimals by powers of 10
- Dividing decimals by whole numbers
- Dividing decimals
- Rational numbers
- Comparing rational numbers
- Adding and subtracting rational numbers
- Multiplying and dividing rational numbers
Exponents and powers of 10
- Powers of 10
Properties and mixed operations
- The distributive property
- Order of operations
Percents, ratios, and rates
- Unit rates with fractions
- Simple interest
- Percent change
Proportions and proportional relationships
- Proportional relationships
- Constant of proportionality
- Expressions and equations
- Writing algebraic expressions
- Evaluating expressions
- Equivalent expressions
- Simplifying expressions
- Expanding expressions
- Factoring expressions
- Solving equations
- Multi-step equations
- Independent and dependent variables
- Inequalities on a number line
- Solving inequalities
- Area of triangles
- Area of parallelograms
- Area of rhombuses
- Area of trapezoids
- Parts of a circle
- Area of circles
- Circumference of circles
- Complementary angles
- Supplementary angles
- Adjacent angles
- Vertical angles
- What is surface area?
- Surface area formulas
- Volume formulas
- Volume of rectangular prisms
- Volume of prisms
- Volume of cylinders
- Volume of pyramids
- Cross sections
Statistics and probability
- Mean, median, mode, and range
- Mean absolute deviation
- Box and whisker plots
- Statistical questions
- Compound probability
- Number Charts
- Long division
- Basic operations
- Telling time
- Place value
- Roman numerals
- Fractions & related
- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions
- Mixed numbers vs. fractions
- Equivalent fractions
- Prime factorization & factors
- Fraction Calculator
- Decimals & Percent
- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals
- Fractions to decimals
- Percents to decimals
- Percentage of a number
- Percent word problems
- Classify triangles
- Classify quadrilaterals
- Circle worksheets
- Area & perimeter of rectangles
- Area of triangles & polygons
- Coordinate grid, including moves & reflections
- Volume & surface area
- Square Roots
- Order of operations
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7th Grade Lessons
T3 1 - 4.nbt.5 (multiply up to a four-digit by a one-digit number and two two-digit numbers).
Teacher Guides and Copy Masters
Virtual Manipulative Option For Guided Practice
T3 2 - 5.NBT.5 (Multiply multi-digit numbers)
Virtual Manipulative Guide For Guided Practice
T3 3 - 4.NBT.6 (Divide up to a four-digit number by a one-digit number)
T3 4 - 5.nbt.6 (divide four-digit numbers), t3 5 - 5.oa.1 (evaluate number expressions using parenthesis).
Virtual Manipulation Option For Guided Practice
T3 6 - 4.NF.2 (Compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators)
T3 7 - 4.nf.3b (convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers), t3 8 - 4.nf.3c (add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators), t3 9 - 4.nf.4b (multiply a whole number by a fraction), t3 10 - 5.nf.1 (add and subtract mixed numbers with different denominators), t3 11 - 5.nf.4b (multiply fractions), t3 12 - 5.nf.7a (divide a unit fraction by a whole number), t3 13 - 5.nf.7b (divide a whole number by a unit fraction).
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7th Grade Test Prep Worksheets
These standardized test prep worksheets are a great tool to help students get ready for their local exams. Whether they take PARCC, NWEA, Smarter Balanced, or a state exam, these exercises will expose your class to the structures of all types of questions.
All of the worksheets are aligned with the 7th Grade Common Core Math Standards. Enjoy!
Standardized Test Prep Worksheets (7th Grade)
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Seventh Grade Math Activities
How math games and activities increase student proficiency in grade 7.
Math games and activities can be an excellent tool to supplement and support math instruction. Using math games in your classroom allow students to practice mathematics in fun but also impactful ways. Students love games because they are engaging and exciting, and teachers love games because they help students practice what they've learned.
Grade 7 students develop their skills to reason abstractly and quantitatively and learn the importance of using representative samples for drawing inferences. They study ratios, scale drawings, rational and negative numbers, and how to graph proportional relationships. Solving real-world problems, (including objects such as triangles, quadrilaterals, and polygons) and practicing how to calculate interest and discounts are aided by activities that use a variety of models.
Distributed Fraction Model
Physical and visual models of decimals are difficult to extend for more than a few places, because the size of the model changes so drastically as you move from place to place. Viewing decimals as a sum of fractions gives students another way to think of decimals.
On the board, write 237.9036 in standard decimal form and as a sum of products.
Next, draw a number line like the one shown below. Use an arrow to represent each digit of the number written on the board. As you “build up” the number, students can see how relatively little the digit in each additional decimal place affects the size of the decimal.
Start with the first two digits: 2 3 _ . _ _ _ _
Note that even if the tens digit were 9 (the highest possible), the number would not reach 300. Write the next digit and draw its arrow: 2 3 7 . _ _ _ _
Note that even if the ones digit were 9 (the highest possible), the number would not reach 240. Continue with the next digit: 2 3 7 . 9 _ _ _
Note that even though the tenths is 9 (the highest possible), the number does not reach 238.
Discuss the fact that no matter how large each succeeding digit is, it’s arrow cannot be longer than the arrow before it.
- Understand Ask, “If I kept drawing arrows, how long would the arrow for the “3” in the thousandths place be? How would it compare with the arrow for the “3” in the tens place?” It would be too short to see. It would take 10,000 of them end-to-end to equal the length of the arrow for the “3” in the tens place.
- Evaluate On the board, write 1234 and 0.1234 . Ask, "In each number, how does the combined value of the last three digits compare to the value of the first digit?" In both cases, the combined value of the digits 2, 3, and 4 is less than 1 ⁄ 4 the value of the first digit.
Area and Arrow Models
for Dividing by Fractions
On the board, write 8 • 3 ⁄ 4 . Then, as outlined below, use a pictorial or physical area model to show that multiplying by 3 ⁄ 4 is the same as multiplying by 3 and then dividing by 4.
Since the fraction bar represents division, another way to think about 3 ⁄ 4 is 3 ÷ 4.
Think of multiplying by the fraction 3 ⁄ 4 as two operations with integers:
Since division is the inverse, or opposite, of multiplication, you can divide by using the opposite operations as we used for multiplying.
Think of dividing by the fraction 3 ⁄ 4 as two operations with integers:
Since multiplying by 4 and then dividing by 3 is the same as multiplying by 4 ⁄ 3 , to divide by 3 ⁄ 4 , you can multiply by 4 ⁄ 3 .
- Analyze Have students look again at the last step and note the order: multiply then divide. Ask, “How come the order of the two operations does not affect the result?” If students think of dividing by 3 as multiplying by 1 ⁄ 3 , they can cite the commutative property of multiplication.
- Apply Ask, “When one fraction is divided by a different fraction, does it matter which fraction is changed to its reciprocal? Use an example to explain.” Yes, it matters because division is not commutative. For example, consider 1 ⁄ 2 ÷ 1 ⁄ 4 . Changing 1 ⁄ 2 to 2 ⁄ 1 and multiplying does not give the correct quotient: 2 ⁄ 1 • 1 ⁄ 4 = 2 ⁄ 4 , or 1 ⁄ 2 . Changing 1 ⁄ 4 to 4 ⁄ 1 and multiplying gives the correct quotient: 1 ⁄ 2 • 4 ⁄ 1 = 4 ⁄ 2 , or 2 .
Numberless Staircase Model
To focus students’ attention on how the behavior of a function is reflected in the shape of its graph, use a model that does not involve numbers and represents the different types of slopes..
Compare these models, each with a different kind of step, or slope, as shown below. Emphasize that slope is a ratio that relates the vertical change, rise , or y , to the horizontal change, run , or x . Note that the three models at the top show a positive rise from left to right, reflecting a positive change in y .
Use the same approach for models that show functions that “fall” from left to right, representing a negative slope in which the change in y is negative.
- Understand Say, “Imagine a function represented by the model at the right in the top row. If x increases from 3 to 7, what would be the approximate change in y ? “Can you tell what the beginning and ending value of y would be? Why or why not?” About half of 4, or 2; No. The model does not show x and y values, just the relative changes in x and y ; however, you would be able to tell if the function is graphed on a coordinate plane.
- Apply Explain that a store is selling its used CDs for $2.25 each. Ask, “Which of the 6 models above best represents the dependence of the total cost on the number of CDs bought? Explain.” The model in the middle of the top row; for each unit to the right, the run—the number of CDs bought—the rise, or dollar increase, is about 2.25 units. The change in the rise is greater than the change in the run.
Bar Graph Model
Construct a graphic display to show the relationships among length, area, and volume.
1. Start with a unit cube. Construct two other cubes, one whose edge length is twice, and another whose edge length is three times that of the original cube.
2. Disassemble each larger cube into unit squares, and stack each group to establish a bar that shows the total number of unit squares and cubes. This creates a triple-bar graph as shown below.
3. Using a different color for each, draw a line or curve through the top of the length of each edge bars, the top of the area bars, and the top of the volume bars.
- Evaluate Ask, “If you make each edge of a cube 10 times as long, what will happen to the surface area, and what will happen to the volume? The surface area will be 100 times as great, and the volume will be 1000 times as great.
- Apply Ask, "If a puppy grows twice as tall in a year, what do you expect would happen to its weight? Why?" The puppy would weigh about 8 times as much because its volume would be about 8 times as great.
for Mean and Median
Use a bar graph of data to illustrate the difference between mean and median .
- Start with a graph like the one below, showing goals scored in 11 soccer games.
- Then show the data in order from least to greatest. On the rearranged graph, display the median and the mean as shown.
- Analyze Ask, "Why is the mean of this data greater than the median?" Discuss how each measure describes the average score. Students should see that the four high-scoring games bring up the mean but not the median. If two fewer goals were scored in each of those high-scoring games, the median would stay the same but the mean would be less.
- Evaluate Write or just say the following statement: In general, if you find how far each data value is from the mean, the total of the differences above the mean equals the total below. Have students use the model to decide whether the statement is true and why. The statement is true. On the model, the totals of the differences are indicated by the red and green areas. The green area above the mean equals the red area below the mean.
for Multiplying Polynomials
The displays below show how the partial products generated from multiplying polynomials are analogous to those generated from multiplying numbers.
Example with Numbers: Multiply 4 × 357.
Example with Polynomials: Multiply 3 x ( x 2 + 2 x − 6)
- Apply Write 5 b ( a + b + c ) on the board. Ask, “Will this product contain the term 5 ab 2 c ? Why or why not?” No. The term 5b is multiplied by a , by b , and by c , resulting in 3 unlike terms, none of which contains all 3 variables a , b , and c .
for Percent Change
Use visual models and cutouts to reinforce how a percent increase or decrease describes the size of a change in relation to the original amount.
Use a similar procedure to model a percent decrease of 25%.
- Apply Ask, “What is the percent increase if the price of a ticket to a baseball game doubles? What if it triples? Explain.” When something doubles, the amount of increase is equal to the original amount, so the percent increase is 100%. When something triples, the increase is twice the original amount, so the percent increase is 200%.
- Analyze Have students explain how the two statements below are different. In each case, ask them to give the percent increase.
- The price of gasoline this week is 120% of last week’s price.
- The price of gasoline has gone up 120% since last week.
- Statement A compares the new price to the old price, statement B compares the change to the old price. Statement A describes a 20% increase, while B describes a 120% increase–6 times as much as the increase in the first statement!
for Perimeter-Area Relationship
Build a graph to show the relationships among side length, perimeter, and area.
1. Start with a square and construct three other, larger squares with side lengths two, three, and four times the length of the side of the original square.
2. Disassemble each larger square into unit squares and stack the unit squares to establish a bar graph.
3 Draw a line next to each stack of unit squares to show the total side length, or perimeter, of each constructed square.
4. Draw a line through the tops of the perimeter bars and a curve through the tops of the area bars.
- Apply Ask, “If you make each side of a square 10 times as long, what will happen to the perimeter, and what will happen to the area? The perimeter will be 10 times greater and the area will be 100 times greater.
- Evaluate Ask, “If you double the dimensions of a triangle, what will happen to the area? Why? The area quadruples. Possible explanation: Both the base and height are doubled. When you multiply them to find the area, you get an area four times greater.
Use a rectangle to show why the product of 1 ⁄ 6 × 1 ⁄ 6 can be used to find the probability of rolling a 5 and then another 5 when a 1–6 number cube is rolled twice.
1. Divide a rectangle into 6 equal sections to show the number of times you would expect each number on a 1–6 number cube to come up when the cube is rolled many times. Shade the "5" section. Express the number as a fraction: 1 ⁄ 6 .
2. Divide the “5” section into 6 equal subsections to show the number of times rolling a 5 will be followed by a roll of each number. Shade the “5” subsection. Express the number as a fraction: 1 ⁄ 6 . Multiply the two fractions.
- Understand Call students' attention to the dark-shaded subsections in the "5" section of the rectangle above the right. Ask, "What would the bottom subsection represent? Why are the 6 subsections equal?" The fraction of times you would expect to roll first a 5 and then a 6; On any roll, each number has an equal chance of coming up.
- Create Have students use a circle to make an area model for the probability of tossing three heads when tossing a fair coin. Models should look something like those below.
A geometric model for proportions takes advantage of students’ familiarity with analogies and other patterns that involve geometric figures.
- Place 3 physical models or drawings of geometric figures in a standard proportion format. Have students place, draw, or describe the figure that belongs in the blank space.
- Ask a volunteer to rearrange the figures to create another visual proportion. Possibilities include:
- To relate this visual model more closely to numerical proportions, use squares and triangles divided into congruent parts.
- Understand Display these two visual ratios with a question mark between them. Ask, “Is this a true proportion? Why or why not?” No, the ratios are not the same. One shows a relationship of ‘small to large,’ and the other a relationship of ‘large to small.’
- Evaluate Ask, “When a photograph is enlarged proportionally, what ratio stays the same?” Any ratios of two corresponding distances, such as the ratio of length to width.
for Related Angles
Use physical models to show how angles can change while the relationship between them is constant.
Model for Angles of a Transversal
Cut out 3 strips of cardboard and assemble them with fasteners to form a transversal. Rotate the transversal as shown (the other strips remain parallel).
As the angles change in size, focus students’ attention on pairs of angles that remain congruent and pairs that remain supplementary.
Model for Angles of a Parallelogram
Use 4 strips and fasteners to form a rectangle. Rotate a pair of opposite sides as shown . . .
... to create a nonrectangular parallelogram. As the angles change in size, focus students’ attention on pairs of angles that remain supplementary and are congruent. Point out how the decrease in one angle equals the increase in another angle.
- Create Have students draw a diagram of a transversal intersecting three parallel lines to form 12 nonright angles. Ask students to label sets of angles that are always congruent. Students should label all the obtuse angles congruent as well as all the acute angles.
- Analyze Call attention to the parallelogram model. Point out that as the measure of angle A decreases, the measure of angle B increases by the same amount. Ask, “What does that tell you about the total of the measure of the 4 interior angles of a parallelogram?” The total measure of the 4 angles must be 360°, the same as the total for a rectangle, because any decrease in one angle is offset by an equivalent increase in another.
for Solving Equations
Objects placed on the pans of a balance push down with the force of their weight. So, positive quantities and addition can be represented on a balance model simply by placing objects or drawing figures on the pans. Negative numbers and subtraction can be represented by the opposite of a downward force, an upward force – such as the force of someone pushing up from under one of the pans.
Example: Solve 3 x − 5 = 7
- Evaluate Ask, “Why does it make sense to show a negative number as a force pushing up?” A negative quantity is the opposite of the corresponding positive number; a force pushing up is the opposite of a force pushing down.
- Apply On the board, write 2 x + 3= 7. Ask, “How would you use the balance model to solve this equation?” Left pan has 2 boxes marked “x” and 3 unit boxes. Right pan has nothing on it, but a hand underneath it is pushing up with a force of 7.
Number Line Model
for Solving Inequalities
An inequality like 4 < 6 can be pictured on a number line. Given two real numbers, the lesser number will always be to the left on the number line.
Show two numbers on a number line and provide examples of adding the same amount to the two numbers.
Note that in every case, the sums are still in the same order. The red point is still to the left of the blue point.
Use a similar model to show that subtracting the same amount from the original numbers does not change the order either.
Then use the model to demonstrate what happens when two numbers are multiplied (or divided) by the same positive amount. Again the order does not change.
Finally, use the model to show that multiplying (or dividing) by a negative amount does not change the order. Note that the red and blue points switch places. The inequality sign must be reversed to keep the sentence true.
- Understand Ask, “How would you explain why the inequality sign must be reversed when you multiply both sides of an inequality by a negative number but not when you add a negative number to both sides of an inequality?” Students may use a number line to show that multiplying by a negative number switches the order of the products on the number line.
- Apply On the board, write –3 x < 6. Ask, “If you divide both sides by 3, does the relation sign need to be reversed?” “What if, in the next step, you multiply both sides by –1?” no; yes.
Coin and Counter Models
for Negative Numbers
Models can help students understand integers below zero, but no model seems to work perfectly in all instances 1 . Coins or two–colored counters are particularly useful for helping students understand the distinction between negative quantities and subtraction .
Let one side of a coin or counter represent 1 and the other side -1.
Use the model to show the different meanings of the minus sign in a numerical expression.
Example: Simplify −|−6 − (−2)|
So, −|−6 − (−2)| = −4.
- Summarize Ask, “What are the two ways of using the minus sign, and how are they different?” Students should recognize the distinction between subtracting , which means taking away or finding the difference and taking the opposite of , which means finding the additive inverse.
- Analyze On the board, write −(−5 − 5) . Ask, “In this expression, what is the meaning of each minus sign?” Have students simplify the expression. The first means take the opposite of −(−5 − 5) . The second means take the opposite of 5 . The third means subtract 5 . The result is 10.
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Let’s be honest; seventh grade is a unique year in a child’s (and a teacher’s) life. It takes a special kind of patience to teach middle school—and particularly seventh grade. Look no further than these 50 tricks, ideas, and tips for teaching 7th grade from our community of teachers on the WeAreTeachers Helpline and around the web. And, we’ve organized the list by topic to make it easy to find the tips most relevant to you!
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1. stock up on math supplies.
We’ve gathered all the math supplies you need for the 7th grade classroom.
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We’ve got you covered with this list of small but critical middle school English supplies for the classroom.
3. Introduce yourself creatively
There’s nothing quite like the very first moment of the first day of school. You stand at the front of the classroom, looking at all those expectant faces for the very first time. Now’s your chance to introduce yourself to your students, to let them know who you are and what they can expect over the year to come. We love these creative ways to introduce yourself .
4. Connect the middle school years
Seventh graders don’t understand how each year builds on the one before, so you’ll have to make it explicit for them. Use the upcoming year’s syllabi to set goals for summer work. For example, reading four short stories that take place during the Civil War to prepare them for studying the Civil War in eighth grade or, read five science articles to prepare them to work with current events in science class.
5. Start the year with ice breakers and review
“Do a day of getting-to-know-you and then check for prior understanding of content. I teach social studies, so some maps and a quick review of topics they should have been exposed to.” —Beth T.
“I teach seventh grade English and actually had BINGO posted the first day but changed a few to specifics about our city/school. In addition to BINGO, I made a classroom scavenger hunt students completed in groups…Making time for procedures in between is, of course, critical for the year as well.” —Erin B.
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6. don’t assume that yes means yes.
“Asking ‘do you understand?’ is the wrong question when you’re teaching 7th grade. They will always ‘yes’ you to death. Instead, after you have explained what to do, ask five people to tell you what they’re supposed to do. After that’s over, if someone still asks a question, get one of the students to answer the question to the whole class.” —Kym M.
7. Ask questions
Sixth graders (and most middle schoolers, for that matter) aren’t known for offering up their opinions or thoughts as readily as younger students. Come prepared with questions that are easy and fun for kids to answer. Check out our favorite introduction questions to check in.
8. Don’t assume that they remember (or heard) the directions
“After I give directions, I ask, ‘what are your questions?’ Then, wait time…make them uncomfortable for a minute or two, until someone asks a question…then the questions will flow and you’ll get to see what you need to clarify.” —William W.
9. Teach a growth mindset
Put simply—some people believe that intelligence is fixed, while others think that it’s malleable depending on effort. Identify your students who have a fixed mindset, those who see having to try as a threat to their intelligence, and build a culture that fosters a growth mindset. Check out this interactive quiz and TED Talks to learn more about “fixed” and “growth” mindsets.
10. Get to know your students’ brains
Middle school brains are changing every day. After infancy, this is the time when kids’ brains are growing and reshaping the most. Know what’s happening in your students’ minds by reading books like Age of Opportunity by Laurence Steinberg. As one teacher says, “So many times, I have found myself thinking, “Why did he do that? Why would she take that risk? Didn’t he consider what would happen based on that choice?” Well, now you’ll know.
11. Be specific when giving directions … like very specific!
“The biggest shock for me about teaching 7 th grade was how detailed and specific I needed to be in giving direction. Assume they don’t know anything.” —Tiffany P.
12. Break out all your organization skills
“Be ORGANIZED. Have a procedure for everything.” —Pam W.
13. Create a foolproof lesson plan
“You need a foolproof lesson plan (one that you’ll love to teach and they’ll love to participate in) to pull out of the air during high-stress times.” —Lisa A.
Here are five we love for the days when you’re seriously exhausted.
14. Try flipping your class
Try teaching a flipped class with Flipgrid . You and your students can record videos that kids can watch at home or in a small group/center. You can use the classroom time for working with students.
15. Develop your own style
“The classroom management system that ends up working for you is likely very different from the management system that works for every other teacher in your building. I made the mistake my first two years of trying to emulate a teacher who screams all the time…what ended up working for me was a more positive tone and having a concrete system of behavior grades that students could see and check. Experiment and try everything until you hone in on what works for you.” — Lillie M. quoted in Education Week
16. Talk Positive
“Aim to make more than half of what you say positive and enjoyable to listen to. If everything you say is consistently harsh, punitive, or nasty, humans of all ages are far less likely to listen.” — Lillie M. quoted in Education Week
17. Laugh (and laugh some more)
“My best advice after teaching 7 th grade for 13 years is to have some fun with the kids and laugh every single day!” —Tammy S.
Tips for Language Arts
18. give students choice in literature circles.
Seventh graders love literature circles, and they encourage strong discussion and ownership over reading. Build choice into your literature circles by providing them with a few novel choices and a blank calendar to plan out their reading. Check out our book lists here and here for middle grade books we love.
19. Introduce over 50 short stories
It can be a challenge to get middle schoolers interested in reading. The thought of tackling a thick novel can be overwhelming, especially during distance learning. Short stories are always a great choice .
20. Include poetry
It can be hard to know which poems will spur your middle and high schoolers into deep, meaningful discussion and which will leave them yawning! So we asked experienced teachers to share their favorite poems that always get a reaction, even from teens. Check out the list of poems here .
21. Deck out your classroom library with seating
“I use the camping chairs and my kids love them.” —Martha C.
“I got pillows from thrift stores, cheap pillowcases, and made my own covers. I let my students sit on the floor or lay under their desks to write and read if they feel the need.” —Linda W.
“Get camp chairs, you can get quite a collection for cheap and they take up little space when folded up.” —Deanna J.
22. Make writing explicit
Teach seventh grade students how to write clearly by assigning them to write a simple essay—how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Then, try to follow each set of directions. The results might not surprise you (the essays won’t be easy to follow), but your students will take the lesson to heart.
23. Don’t skip the daily read aloud
Seventh graders do like to be read to; in fact reading to them can inspire them to explore new genres and share a common reading experience. This read aloud list from Read Aloud America suggests titles like Boy by Roald Dahl and My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George.
24. Adjust the reading level for current events
“ NEWSELA has current events articles that span a variety of topics. Students are able to adjust the Lexile to the appropriate (or close) level.” —Kimberly W.
25. Differentiate reading instruction and keep pace
“Let them choose from several books with similar themes rather than having everyone in the class read the same book at the same time. Give them assessment options (such as tic-tac-toe boards), so they can choose. Don’t spend forever on the same book (i.e., 6-week units) because most will finish the reading the first day or so and be bored when the book is still being picked apart a month later.” — Kristy W.
26. Get flexible with annotation
Annotation is a difficult skill, but 7 th graders need to master and internalize it. Have them use plastic covers to practice annotation in different kinds of books—the classics, textbooks, and even magazines.
27. Host a Socratic Seminar
Socratic seminar is a way for students to both engage in and reflect on deep discussion. Here’s a guide to Socratic seminars from ReadWriteThink .
Tips for Math
28. use math manipulatives.
“Get some manipulatives, like fraction circles, pattern blocks, power solids, geoboards, playing dice, spinners, etc.” —Gayle H.
29. Build a digital escape room!
Digital escape rooms provide students with a way to challenge, review, and compete. It’s a more exciting way to do math.
30. Blow their minds
It’s easy (too easy) to catch middle schoolers off-guard and surprise them. Blogger 7th Grade English uses curveball questions like: “When the day after tomorrow is yesterday, this day will be as far from Friday as this day was from Friday when the day before yesterday was tomorrow. What day is it?” to catch his students off guard and really make them think.
31. Gamify math
“Using Kahoot! in my middle school math class has helped to gamify content, practice vocabulary, and serves as a fun way to review.” —Erika
32. Get practical
Make math applicable for seventh grade students by bringing in lessons like scaling up candy wrappers and using Barbie to teach proportional reasoning .
Tips for Social Studies
33. teach the branches of government.
More than ever, our country is examining the laws that were put in place to protect and guide us. It can be overwhelming, however, to explain exactly how that works. To help you give your lesson plans a boost, we’ve put together this list of resources that help teach kids about the branches of government.
34. Use Instagram
Embrace the selfie culture (kind of). These tips for teaching 7th grade using Instagram (like creating a historical figure’s account) will make them learn and smile.
35. Use online learning
There are some amazing websites out there for teaching social studies lessons. Check out our 50+ favorites .
Tips for Science
36. conduct appropriate science experiments.
Kids of every age love hands-on science! Teachers do, too, because the learning is a lot more meaningful when students see concepts in action. This roundup of seventh grade science experiments and activities has a little something for everyone—from biology and ecology to physics and chemistry.
37. Pull up a science website
Science is exciting. Unfortunately, students can find the lessons a little dry. Whether you’re in the classroom or teaching online, finding the right resources can bring these complex concepts to life! To help you get started, here’s a list of the best science websites for middle school .
38. Use virtual field trips
Middle schoolers want to learn all they can about the world, but a field trip a week just isn’t in the cards. Try our top virtual field trips !
39. Help students develop research skills
Seventh graders are developing the research skills they’ll use in high school and beyond. Help them ask authentic questions, complete useful prewriting, narrow their purpose, and share their work with these tips from the Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach blog.
40. Turn science into a challenge
When you’re teaching science, “stress that the goal isn’t to make the lab experiment ‘work’ but to work collaboratively and problem solve together. Teach students how to ask questions and watch them figure out how to find answers.” —Laurie P.
41. Mix up your science instruction
“Do a rotation of lectures and notes with videos, labs, other labs. Do mini labs that last 15 minutes and longer labs that last class periods or multi-day project. That way, they don’t get bored and neither do you.” —Kathie N .
Tips for Projects and Grading
42. use a plagiarism checker.
Don’t fret over those essays! Use a plagiarism checker to make sure everyone’s writing is unique.
43. Schedule class time for projects
“Seventh graders need more direct instruction and in-class work time when it comes to projects.” —Tesha L.
44. Divide projects into chunks
“I found it helpful to provide students with project worksheets that divided the project into stages. Each stage has its own deadline.” —Candy J.
45. Use mini-rubrics to keep students on track
“I recommend mini-rubrics along for each section along with strong guiding questions.” —Lindi E.
46. Consider pre-research
“With some groups, I needed to do pre-research for them to narrow down the scope of information to filter. I simply found quality resources, printed and organized them into a bundle and gave them to students.” —Linda E.
47. Hold students accountable
It’s inevitable that you’ll get unacceptable work from your students. Combat that by stapling redo slips to work that is a far cry from A-material. Students have to rethink their work, fix it, and return. This and more teaching 7th grade tips on Panicked Teacher .
Tips for the Arts
48. get on stage.
“Go to the MTI ( Music Theatre International ) website. You can buy what’s called a Showkit that has everything you need to do a show, and a great guide for first-time directors. I am directing the first show at my school, although I’ve directed community shows. Make sure you communicate well with parents and get them involved! It’s a great thing for kids!” —Beverly B.
49. Teach thesis
A song’s chorus is similar to a research paper’s thesis—it’s what the singer wants the listener to take away, no matter what. Connect chorus and thesis with this series of lessons, you’ll capture your musical students.
50. Get crafty.
Even seventh graders like to make crafts like duct tape hearts for Valentine’s Day, flower pens for Mother’s Day, or 3-D shape flipbooks in math. Even better if crafts overlap with other concepts!
Do you have any great tips for teaching 7th grade? Share them in the comments below!
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30 Fun & Easy 7th Grade Math Games
May 15, 2021 // by Sean Kivi
Do you find it a struggle teaching math concepts in the classroom? Is it difficult for you to get your students to want to learn, never mind actually learning? Well, then why not try using a game?! Games are a great way to keep your students focused and participating in lessons.
Here are some great 7th grade math games. Not only will they keep your students engaged, but they'll be sure to have fun while doing so!
1. Broken Calculator
Every math teacher’s worst nightmare becomes a fun game to practice your students’ logical skills. They’ll need to mix mathematical operations to win. You can also change the difficulty from basic math skills to make it an advanced math game, if you need to.
Learn more: Math Game Time
2. Jumping Aliens
This multiplication addition game with variables is sure to be a hit with your seventh grade math students! It’s a race against the clock as they’ll help the aliens to traverse across a planet. It can be played in pairs or groups, too.
3. Integer Warp
Another intergalactic game, this is a great way to provide additional practice to help each child practice their ability to multiply integers with each other. You can try this as a whole-class game, making it one of the key activities for student engagement.
4. Fishing Game
Your students will simply love this multiplication addition game! They’ll have fun while they fish for the right answers. It's a great way to teach some pre-algebra subtraction problems, too.
Learn more: Kids Math TV
5. Monster Board Game
Pre-algebra subtraction has never been so much fun! This game will provide some essential seventh grade math practice as your students try to avoid the monsters by solving problems for unknown variables.
6. Probabilities Quiz Show Game
Probabilities can be a challenging concept for many 7th grade math students, but this game is a great way to practice this basic skill in a fun way. Don’t forget to include some prizes for the winning team for extra fun!
Learn more: CRCT Lessons
7. Bamzooki Zooks
Another online math game with probabilities that will give your students lots of practice opportunities to show their understanding of this concept. The game style may be a little strange, but it's sure to be a hit with your 7th-graders!
Learn more: BBC UK
8. Geometry Quiz Game
Interactive practice is essential when teaching complex ideas like geometry. So, why not use a math game like this to make geometry skills more accessible? It will also improve your students mental development skill level, too.
9. Coffee Quiz Game
Help give your middle school children math practice in this Pythagorean Theorem game! They will have to use their knowledge of this theory to solve the missing side of the triangle.
Learn more: Futuristic Math
10. Powers Exponents Game
This card game relies on your students using their knowledge of powers and exponents to win as many cards as possible. All the fun of a card game, just without the issues of losing the entire deck!
Learn more: Hello Thinkster
11. Tic-Tac Math
The classic game is transformed into a fun math learning game! You can use this to teach and review the operations of fractions in a creative way. Get the whole class involved for even more fun.
12. Two-Digit Integer Addition
Your students will have to work backward using high-school algebra to find the answer to these questions in this educational game. Try including some printable worksheets to help support their progress and memory skills.
Learn more: aaamath.com
13. Algebra Jeopardy
Make algebra expressions multiplication and pre-algebra subtraction fun! This jeopardy-style game is sure to keep your students engaged and enthusiastic while giving them plenty of additional practice. It's also a useful tool for developing their creative thinking skills.
Learn more: Math Play
14. Escape Math Mansion
This educational math game is an escape room, but with a twist! Your 7th grade students will need to use all of their math skills to solve the riddles to leave the mansion. This game is great for reviewing a wide range of key 7th math skills.
Learn more: Hooda Math
15. Integer Card Game
Perfect for those offline classes, you can use this game to help your students review addition and subtraction of positive and negative integers. The best part of this is that you can differentiate depending on the level, so you can use it for students beyond those in 7th grade math.
Learn more: Education World
16. Math at the Mall 2
This percentage game has great links to Common Core standards with fractions and place value. It is also a great way to practice mental math and to show your students how to use math in the real world, not just as a school subject.
Learn more: Math Playground
17. Monster Mischief
This math activities game centers upon using all four operations of mental math to help the monsters. It is also a useful tool for helping your students practice their cognitive skills and mental development skills.
18. Snow Sport Fractions
Using their understanding of multiplying and identifying equivalent fractions , your students will power their snowmobile to win. All of the fun of the snow, and none of the mess, in this math fraction game!
19. Bing, Bing, Bingo
This percent game is not only useful for reviewing key percentage comparison skills, but can also work for proportional thinking too. You can also use it show the importance outside of it as a school subject. It's an invaluable elementary school math game!
20. Alien Angles
Your students can take an intergalactic trip to the stars to help out some friendly aliens back home! They will need to show off their skills with angles and geometry on this rescue mission.
21. Thinking Block Ratios
Differentiation is the name of the game here, as your sixth-graders work to fix the biographies at the museum. There are a variety of concepts to choose for your students, from total and difference, challenging ratios, missing quantities, and more.
22. Dino Park
Math goes prehistoric! This board game will enable your students to practice their money skills by identifying the value of the coins on the screen. It's perfect for arithmetic calculation skills, too!
23. Snakes & Ladders Order of Operations
This is another family board game, but this time with a twist. Your students' game piece will move forward each time they get a question right. Make sure you include appropriate grade math worksheets, too, for extra practice!
24. Pirate Division of Small Numbers
Division understanding is key to this pirate-themed game. By giving the correct answer to a division question, your students will be able to sink their opponents ship. This is great for a class of seventh grade students, or just one-on-one.
25. Pre-Algebra Sheep Game
Introduce your students to some of the key principles of algebra in this hilarious game. They'll need to practice their visual attention skills to work out the correct answer and help the sheep find its way home.
26. Roman Numeral Memory
Students with good concentration skills will surely love this exciting game. They will need to flip the disks and choose the correct answer based upon their memory and skills with Roman numerals.
27. Absolute Value Millionaire
This educational math game can be played both as a single player or in teams. Students will need to use their understanding of the value of numbers and expressions to "win" money.
28. Coordinate Plane Jeopardy
This is another take on the popular quiz show Jeopardy, but this time with a focus on the coordinate plane. Students will need to work in teams to graph points, find the coordinate of a point, and much more.
29. One-Step Equations Basketball
They shoot, they score! To win this game, your students will need to have good addition and subtraction skills to help their player with putting the ball in the hoop.
30. Concentration Integers
This game is compatible for tablets, so you can use it in a variety of situations in class. Each correct answer that your students get will give them a chance to score points and win. Prizes are must for this competitive game!
These are just a variety of games for your students to play. Each of these games is a perfect way to keep your students interested and learning.
Frequently Asked Questions
What math do 7th graders take.
The content will vary from state to state, so you should check out the Common Core and State Standards for more information.
What are some fun math games?
Take a look at the games listed above - your students will definitely find them fun!
How can you make math fun?
Try using more games and interactive activities in the classroom. Get your students involved and actively engaged in the class.
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