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Find the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of two or more numbers and apply to solve realworld problems. 

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This protractor helps you measure angles. It is adjustable in size and can be used on the entire page. 

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The students learn how to divide ten with the 'Hearts in love'. 

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Model adding and subtracting integers using a number line. Find the missing values in addition and subtraction problems. Given the answer write the addition or subtraction problem. 

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Investigating the interior and exterior angles of polygons. Derive the formula for finding the sum of the interior angles of a polygon. Use this to find the interior angles of a regular polygon. Find the sum of the exterior angles of a polygon. 

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Define and evaluate polynomial expressions. 

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Students will estimate to judge if answers are reasonable in addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication problems. 

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Display data using line plots. Use line plots to find measures of central tendency. Interpret data using a line plot. 

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The objective of this lesson is display data using line plots. Use line plots to find measures of central tendency. Interpret data using a line plot. 

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Identify and draw lines of symmetry in twodimensional shapes. 

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Distinguish between linear and nonlinear functions using tables, graphs and equations. 

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Identify geometric representations for points, lines (horizontal, vertical, diagonal), perpendicular lines, parallel lines, angles, and rays. Recognize reallife examples of point, line, perpendicular lines, and parallel lines. 

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Introduce the basic concept of predictions. Use linear graphs and scatter plots to make predictions and determine if a correlation exists, and, if so, whether it is a positive or negative correlation. 

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Practice spatial skills by finding the correct image that is taken on a map. 

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Have your students jog in place and say the correct answer while the number hearts flash by; but with a few added few surprises. 

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