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UPDATE: Head on over to my new Math Important Book blog for detailed posts regarding this project. The Math Important Book project is going better than expected, honestly. I am very proud of my students for embracing the project. Most students are using the small journals I picked up at Michaels Craft Store, others are using composition book, while some students have chosen to use a journal of their choice. At mid-September, we are up to about 15 entries! Below are two of the most recent…

Cute idea... good way to get them to learn square roots without them knowing it because they know the numbers under the post its! It is very inexpensive and not at all time consuming to make. The only problem I can think of with this would be the postit notes loosing their ability to stick onto the clock's face.

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Square Roots with Cheez-Its and a Graphic Organizer (and download) The number line is one of the most important aspects of this lesson. I have them label it (see pictures) so that they can quickly estimate what a square root SHOULD be before they blindly punch it into their calculators.

My kids never quite grasped that to find one side of a square you need to find the square root of the area... I like this for them! :)

Perfect Squares and Square Roots 7th Grade AIG Math INB - Melissa Harris - Picasa Web Albums

Teaches students why a square number is called a square number.

CALCULATORS ARE AS SMART AS THE USER - Algebra and Beyond

Squares Square Root Cubes Squares - 1-12 - Worksheet Worksheet - Download 1x1,2x2,3x3,4x4,5x5,6x6,7x7,8x8,9x9,10x10,11x11,12x12 Multiplication Multiplication – Basic Facts Multiplication – Cubes Multiplication – Horizontal Multiplication – Quiz Multiplication...

This is just a quick post since I started writing this post back in October and quite frankly having it sit in the drafts is stressing me out! Moving to 8th grade this year has been awesome. I love the age group, love my school, and most of all I love my staff. My department has been so supportive of all the "changes" I wanted to make to the way 8th grade had been done in the past. The only problem was that I had so many resources for 6th and 7th grade, not so much for 8th grade. I knew I…

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