Lemonade Stand Game Directions Directions for the Lemonade Stand Game Have you ever wondered if you would be good at running your own business? Well here is your chance! You now have your very own lemonade stand and 30 days to try and make some money. After you click PLAY, you are shown a room with a window and a T.V. Once you know what the weather is like for the day, look next to where it says ASSETS. Under the ASSETS is your COST PER GLASS. What you have to do now is decide how many advertising signs to make. Next you will decide how much to charge for each glass of lemonade. Finally, decide how many glasses of lemonade to make for the day. Did your ASSETS go up? Remember you have 30 days of following the steps above to try and make a bunch of money! Back to game!

Seventh Grade Mathematics Curriculum, Seventh Grade Math Class Activities and Worksheets This course follows the Common Core Standards for 7th grade mathematics and focuses on four critical areas. First, the students will develop and understanding of proportional relationships. They will use their understanding of ratios to develop an understanding of proportionality and solve single- and multi-step problems. The students will learn to use their understanding to solve a wide variety of percent problems. Second, the students will learn to understand operations with rational numbers and begin to work with expressions and linear equations. Third, the students will learn to use two- and three-dimensional shapes to solve problems regarding area, surface area, and volume. Fourth, the students will learn to draw conclusions about populations based on samples.

Brain Teasers Sliding Triangle The triangle at left lies on a flat surface and is pushed at the top vertex. The length of the congruent sides does not change, but the angle between the two congruent sides will increase, and the base will stretch. What is the maximum area achieved during this process? This brainteaser was written by Derrick Niederman. Solution: 200 square units; 32 units. For the first part of the question, the maximum area occurs when the angle between the sides is a right angle. For a more advanced trigonometry solution, remember that the area of a triangle can be calculated by taking half the product of two sides and the sine of the angle between those sides. For the second part of the question, note that if you bisect the original triangle, divide it into two right triangles, and rearrange the pieces, you can form a new triangle with exactly the same area. Again using a trig solution, A=(1/2)absinθ, where a and b are the side lengths.

Seventh 7th Grade Math Worksheets and Printable PDF Handouts Math Games - 7th Grade It is is a math work eBook for grade 7. You will find 90 Printable PDF Worksheets, and 90 answer sheets attached. Worksheets from other levels Preschool Math Worksheets - Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Geometry, Positions & More Kindergarten Math worksheets- Addition, Subtraction, Probability, Geometry,Fractions & More 1st First Grade Math Worksheets - Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Geometry, Positions & More 2nd Second Grade Math worksheets- Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Geometry, Positions & More 3rd Third Grade Math Worksheets - Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Geometry, Positions & More 4th Fourth Grade Math worksheets- Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Geometry, Positions & More 5th Fifth Grade Math Worksheets - Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Geometry, Positions & More 6th Sixth Grade Math Worksheets - Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Geometry, Positions & More

Illuminations Interactive Games Compound Interest Simulator This applet will allow you to investigate savings account earnings, credit card debt, and a stock market simulation. Mixtures Use this tool to explore mixture problems and percentages using colored circles in two different piles. Cyclic Figures Students will recognize rotation symmetry in figures and examining various rotation symmetries. Pick-a-Path Help Okta reach the target by choosing a path from the top of the maze to the bottom. Circle Area Use this tool to see the relationship between the area of a circle and its radius. Area of Parallelograms This applet shows the relationship between the area of a parallelogram and the lengths of its sides. Area of Trapezoids Investigate how changes in the base and height of a trapezoid affect its area.

3 Things that Don't Suck about the Common Core Math Standards Posted by Lindsey Walborn on Wednesday, 06/17/2015 Since the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), there’s been plenty of controversy, especially when it comes to math. Parents are talking about their dislike of the “new math,” while students scoff at the critical thinking they are being asked to do. While no set of standards will ever be perfect, here are three things that definitely don’t suck about Common Core math: 1. The CCSS do a great job of building learning progressions through all K-12 grade levels so that each year students build on what they learned the year before and deepen those skills. As students move into middle school, variables (x, y, z) are added to equations, and students use opposite operations to find the variable’s value. 2. I created this Wordle using the top 100 words in the CCSS math standards. When this picture popped up, I was surprised at the sentence that emerged: “Understand problems using numbers and equations.” 3.

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