The links below can help you prepare for success in 7th Grade Math.
Getting a problem right is fantastic.
However, one of the greatest math skills you can develop is figuring out your mistake when you get a problem wrong. Make sure to solve each problem correctly before moving to the next.
Need a reminder on a certain skill? Watch a video at
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Equivalent Ratio Tables
Scale Factor X Challenging game! Find equivalent ratios while avoiding the monsters.
Rates and Unit Rates
Unit Rate Word Problems
More Unit Rate Applications
Timed Challenge- Unit Rates
Various Multiplication Sheets
Various Division Sheets
Lesson on Division of Fractions
Division Word Problems
Fraction Division Challenge!
Absolute Value Review
1.) Use the site below to practice everything! Challenge/time yourself,
especially with multiplication facts 1- 12.
2.) Again, this one is great for practicing everything mathematical. Click "login," and scroll down to click on the google
3.) Tough mental math challenge:
4.) Epic game created by students at MIT. Excellent pre-algebra skills. Create a free account, and free all the pets!
Lure of the Labyrinth
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