Decoding Practice
Unit 2
a_e
safe
e_e
these
i_e
pine
o_e
home
u_e
cube
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Line up the
Example
Example
Decimal point
Then, add as with
whole numbers.
You may have to write
Line up the
Decimal point
9.8 + 2.12
8 - 1.65
Zero
Then, subtract as with
whole numbers.
You may have to write
Zero place holders
as place holders.
and borrow

Pearson Reading Street Common Core 1st Grade
Learning Coach Guide
Hernando eSchool Pearson Reading Street Common Core 1st Grade
Learning Coach Guide
Table of Contents
Unit 1 Week 2 - Pig in a Wig - Day 1 .3 - 7
Unit 1 Week 2 - Pig in a Wig - Day 2 .8 - 12

Date
Name
LESSONI
Class -I
Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers
Draw the Line!
Draw lines to connect the proportional ratios. Then start with
number 1 and find the letter next to the answer. Use the letters
with each correct answer to solve the riddle.
8
20
1. 14

RATIOS
RATES
PROPORTIONS
Definition:
Definition:
Definition:
A ratio is a
comparison of
_two_ or
more numbers.
A rate is a ratio
comparing two
numbers with different
units/labels.
A proportion is an
equation
showing two ratios are
equivalent.
Example:
Exa

7th Grade Mathematics:
Name
Quarter Test Review
DUE: Thursday, June 10
1. What is the simple interest on a $ 12,000 loan at 18 % for 6
months?
2. Sally puts $ 1,600 in the bank for 1 years. She earns $840 in
interest. What was the interest rate?
3. Carol

Success Tracker Weekly Test, Unit 1 Week 3
Name:_
Date:_
_
1
VOCABULARY
Directions
Find the word or words with the same meaning as the underlined word. Click the
circle next to the answer.
Jim saw the cats tail twitch as it watched a bird.
A
B
C
D
2
wave

Decoding Practice
Unit 1
a
ant
e
egg
i
in
o
ox
u
up
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Germantown, TN 38138
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tutors to

Who
1"Do
Lfou Ge 1"When
40u
1 Cross a fast dog with a bumblebee?
-16 -12
~
30
315
2
36 -15
15 -42 -18 -40
44
56 -42
-5
-5
315
2
Cross an airplane with a magician?
-16 98 -2
7 36 -27 -18 30 295
8
15 315 168
2
315
Solve each equation or problemand find your

MUST have
COMMON
DENOMINATORS
Change numerator and
denominator by
multiplying
Example
1 5
+
3 6
MUST have
Example
2 3
3 8
COMMON
DENOMINATORS
denominator by
multiplying
by the same number.
by the same number.
Add the
Subtract the
numerators and keep
numer

DO NOT
get common denominators.
Cross-
Example
3
4
3
9
8
12
6
15
Reduce, if possible.
Example
DO NOT
get common denominators.
multiply.
Multiply the numerator by the
Cross-Reduce, if possible.
Multiply the numerator by the
numerator and multiply
numerator

Step 1
Solving
proportions
using
cross products
Step 2
Step 3
Multiply
diagonally.
(Play Pool)
16 = x
24
15
16_ = _x
=
Divide both sides
to get x alone.
_ = x
Check so see if your
proportion is correct.
Try this strategy:
Plug in x and reduce
each fractio

Units of Capacity
Measurements
in the
Customary
System
Study Guide
1 gallon = _ quarts
1 quart = _ pints
1 pint = 2 _
1 cup = _ fluid ounces
Name
_
Units of Weight
Examples
5 ft. = _ in.
NOTE: lbs. means pounds
oz. means ounces
1 lb. = _ oz.
1 ton = _ lbs

The _ of a
_ and _
Examples:
Terms with the same
_ to the same
Examples:
_.
An expression with
Examples:
_ term.
An expression with
Examples:
_ terms.
An expression with
_ terms.
An expression with
_
terms.
Examples:
Examples:
Term
Like Terms
Monomial
Pol

Example
_
getcommondenominators.
_
Example
9
3
12
8
get common denominators.
denominator by denominator.
denominator.
Example
Example
2 3
4 2
getcommondenominators.
Changetoimproperfractions.
_
_
getcommondenominators.
Changetoimproperfractions.
_
_

Line up the
Then, add as with
whole numbers.
You may have to write
Example
Example
9.8 + 2.12
8 - 1.65
Line up the
Then, subtract as with
whole numbers.
You may have to write
as place holders.
and borrow.
Bring down the
decimal point.
Bring down the
decim

Think: _.
Example Problem:
Find the Mean of the numbers.
To find the mean:
1. _ all values
2. _ by the number of
values.
Think: _.
To find the median:
Example Problem:
Find the Median of the numbers.
1. Put numbers in _ from
least to greatest.
2. Mark of

7th Grade Math Review
1
Name _
1.
6.752
+ 9.837
4.
638
x 85
2.
82.635
- 48.08
3. 42 ) 84,252
5. 3 1 - 2 =
3
6. 2 - 1 = _
3 4
7. Sarah had picked up 18 apples in 3 minutes. How many apples had she picked in one minute? _
2
Name _
1.
390.69
- 217.548
3. 46