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FOIL method Poster for multiplying binomials. I am a big fan of the FOIL method for multiplying binomials. Although I know some educators use the box method, my students find the FOIL method easier and much faster with a little practice. I have color coded the First, Outers, Inners and Last ter...

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Bring geometry and number sense to life with big, easy-to-use essential questions posters for sixth grade math. The illustrations and kid-friendly language help students understand drawing shapes on the coordinate plane and computing area.If you are required to post essential questions in your 6th g...

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Positive and Negative Integer Chart

This graphic organizer can be used as a classroom poster or added to an interactive notebook. Helps students who struggle with what to do next in the process of solving equations with variables on both sides and distributing. Happy solving from the missjudemath! TPT store.

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Types of Triangles Anchor Chart

A well depicted anchor chart (poster) of three different methods to find percent of a number (percentages). Have this poster printed at your local print shop. Produced by Anchor Assist at www.anchor-assist.com Please pay us a visit. We transform your hand-drawn artwork into custom-designed anchor...

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This is a great graphic organizer to help students recall four different ways to find the slope of a linear function. These four ways include: From a graph, an equation, a table, and two given points. The second graphic organizer helps students have a reference guide for positive, negative, zero, ...

Inequalities- I would include "is" with the meaning (ex: "is less than or equal to")

We introduced the concept of functions in the first week of school. Then we learned how to solve equations and inequalities. Next we explored slope ... first as rate of change, then as the difference between ordered pairs. Now we are ready to merge these ideas in our study of linear equations. We will start…