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Writing the Equivalent Ratios

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In Grade 7, instructional time should focus on four integral areas:

(1) begin to create an understanding of and applying proportional relationships;

(2) developing an understanding of operations with rational numbers algebraic expressions and linear equations ;

(3) solving problems involving scale drawings and informal geometric constructions, and working with two- and three-dimensional shapes to solve problems involving area , surface area, and volume ; and

(4) figuring out inferences about populations based on samples.

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- Learners distinguish proportional relationships from other types of relationships.
- They exhibit an integrated understanding of numbers, recognize fractions , decimals (e.g. repeating, terminating), and percents as different representations of rational numbers.
- They widen the connection of addition, subtraction , multiplication , and division to all rational numbers, in relation to the properties of operations and the relationships between addition and subtraction, and multiplication and division.
- They rationalize relationships among two-dimensional figures using scale drawings and informal geometric constructions, and they gain familiarity with the relationships between angles formed by intersecting lines.

b. Procedural skills

- Learners in this level expand their understanding of ratios and develop understanding of proportionality to solve single- and multi-step problems.
- 7th graders sketch the graph of proportional relationships and relate that to the rate of change , informally as a measure of the steepness of the related line, called the slope.
- Learners are expected to resume their understanding of area from the previous level, solve problems involving the area and circumference of a circle and surface area of three dimensional objects.

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- By applying equality properties, and by making use of negative numbers in terms of everyday contexts (e.g., amounts owed or temperatures below zero), students explicate and interpret the rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing with negative numbers.
- They use the arithmetic of rational numbers as they formulate expressions and equations in one variable from real-life scenarios and use these equations to solve related problems.
- They are expected to apply their understanding of ratios and proportionality to solve a wide variety of percent problems, including those involving discounts, interest, taxes, tips, and percent increase or decrease.
- Solve problems about scale drawings by relating corresponding lengths between the objects or by using the fact that relationships of lengths within an object are preserved in similar objects.
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A stated objective of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is to standardize academic guidelines nationwide. In other words, what Seventh Graders learn in math in one state should be the same as what students of the same age are learning in another state. The curricula may vary between these two states, but the general concepts behind them are similar. This approach is intended to replace wildly differing guidelines among different states, thus eliminating (in theory) inconsistent test scores and other metrics that gauge student success.

An increased focus on math would seem to include a wider variety of topics and concepts being taught at every grade level, including Seventh Grade. However, CCSS actually calls for fewer topics at each grade level. The Common Core approach (which is clearly influenced by “Singapore Math”—an educational initiative that promotes mastery instead of memorization) goes against many state standards. Many states mandate a “mile-wide, inch-deep” curriculum in which children are taught so much in a relatively short time span, that they aren’t effectively becoming proficient in the concepts they truly need to understand to succeed at the next level. Hence, CCSS works to establish an incredibly thorough foundation not only for the math concepts in future grades, but also toward practical application for a lifetime.

## How Our Seventh Grade Math Worksheets Reflect Common Core Standards

In Seventh Grade, CCSS recommends that instructional time should focus on four critical skills. Thinkster worksheets for seventh grade have been designed to cater to these skills:

- Developing understanding of and applying proportional relationships
- Developing understanding of operations with rational numbers and working with expressions and linear equations
- Solving problems involving scale drawings and informal geometric constructions, and working with two- and three-dimensional shapes to solve problems involving area, surface area, and volume
- Drawing inferences about populations based on samples

## 7th Grade Math Worksheets: Critical Areas of Focus

Seventh grade is very much a transition year for math. Much will be expected this year from students—after all, this is middle school, and the level of instruction, as well as the level of expectations, has increased. Yet, seventh graders will also discover that their hard work in previous years has left them well-prepared for this year’s math. For example, the concepts of ratio and unit rates introduced in seventh grade evolve into calculating the constant of proportionality in tables, graphs, equations, and diagrams in seventh. Here are four critical areas of focus, straight from Common Core, that will be emphasized in seventh grade:

## Proportional Relationships

As already stated, ratios and proportions are a fluency requirement for seventh grade. Some of the focus will include real-world situations such as tax, discounts, tips, and other percentage problems. Students will solve problems about scale drawings, will graph proportional relationships and learn about slope, and distinguish proportional relationships from other relationships.

## Rational Numbers, Expressions and Linear Equations

Students will understand that fractions, decimals, and percentages are different representations of rational numbers. Furthermore, they will extend their mastery of the four basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) to rational and negative numbers as well as expressions and equations involving one variable.

## Scale Drawings, Informal Geometric Constructions, and Cross Sections of Twoand Three-Dimensional Shapes

Seventh graders will continue to work with area, including circumference and the surface area of three-dimensional objects. Congruence and similarity are on the horizon in Grade 8, and to prepare for that, students will reason about relationships using scale drawings and informal geometric constructions, as well as the relationship between angles and intersecting lines. They will also work with three-dimensional figures by examining two-dimensional cross sections, and they will solve real-world problems involving area, surface area, and volume.

## Drawing Inferences on Populations Based on Samples

Having previously worked on single data distributions in Sixth Grade, seventh graders will compare two data distributions and answer questions about the differences of the populations. Also, they informally will work with random sampling to generate data sets and learn about drawing inferences based on representative samples. Seventh Grade : Introduction, Common Core State Standards Initiative. -->

## Overview of Seventh Grade Math Topics

Though they may have seem detailed, the four areas of focus presented in the previous section are more just starting points of what seventh graders can expect during this crucial school year. From those areas, teachers and students will delve into more specific concepts that will prepare kids for eighth grade math and beyond. The five topics presented here, taken directly from CCSS 4 itself, include some details on what kids will be taught in seventh grade.

## Ratios and Proportional Relationships

• Analyze proportional relationships and use them to solve realworld and mathematical problems. By the end of seventh grade, students will become experts in ratios and proportions. The concepts and activities in store for them include:

- Computing unit rates of ratios associated with fractions. For example, if you swim 1/4 of mile in 1/10 of an hour, a complex fraction of 1/4 / 1/10 miles, or 2.5 miles, per hour can be computed.
- Deciding whether two quantities are in a proportional relationship. This can be achieved by testing for equivalent ratios in a table or graphing on a coordinate plane and looking for a straight line through the origin.
- Identifying the constant proportionality—the unit rate—in tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, verbal descriptions, and word problems.
- Representing proportional relationships by equations. For example, if the total cost (t) of something is proportional to the number of items purchased (n) at one constant price (p), the relationship between the total cost and the number items can be described as t=pn.
- Explaining what a point (x,y) on a graph of a proportional relationship means in terms of the situation, especially to the points (0,0) and (1,r) in which r is the unit rate.
- Using proportional relationship to solve multi-step real-world problems. For example, if you paid $50 at a restaurant, and that total included a 20 percent tip, how much did you just pay for dinner itself before tipping?

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## The Number System

• Apply and extend previous understandings of operations with fractions. Rational numbers also are emphasized with this topic, and students will understand how the additive property intertwines with this concept. Some areas taught include:

- Adding and subtracting rational numbers (any number that can be written as a simple fraction, in which the denominator is not 0), and, from students’ understanding of fractions, applying these operations by using a number line.
- Describing situations in which opposite quantities combine to make 0, which is an additive inverse. For example, spending $50 to pay off a negative account balance of -$50 to reach 0.
- The knowledge of absolute value is extended: Understanding that p+q as the number located a distance |q| from p in a positive or negative direction (depending on if q was positive or negative).
- Understanding that subtracting rational numbers is the same as adding the additive inverse. For example, 7 - 4 = 7 + (-4).
- Dividing and multiplying rational numbers, and understanding that (-1)(-1)=1 and that -(p/q) = (-p)/q = p/(-q).
- Converting a rational number to a decimal using long division, and the concept of repeating decimals.
- Solving real-world problems involving rational numbers using the four basic operations.

## Expressions and Equations

• Use properties of equations to generate equivalent expressions. Students will apply properties of operations to add, subtract, factor, and expand linear expressions with rational coefficients. Also, they will discover that rewriting an expression or equation in a different form (for example, x + 0.1 = 1.1x is the same as increasing a number by 10 percent and is the same as multiplying by 1.1) can lead them to a better understanding of the problem at hand

• Solve real-life mathematical problems using numeric and algebraic expressions and equations. The algebra continues. Seventh graders will learn to:

- Solve multi-step word problems with positive and negative rational numbers in any form (fractions, decimals, and whole numbers), and convert between forms when necessary (for example, if a business saw its profits increase by 10 percent in a year, it made 1/10 more money than last year).
- Solve word problems that lead to equations such as px+q=r or p(x+q)=r, in which p, q, and r are rational numbers. Student s will also learn to compare the algebraic solution to an arithmetic solution and identify the series of operations in each approach—for example, if a rectangle has a perimeter of 30 inches and a length of 10 inches, what is the area?
- Solve word problems involving inequalities; for example, a word problem that leads to the equation 2x + 5 < 25, so x < 10. Also, seventh graders will graph solution sets for inequalities—for example, if a pizza delivery driver makes $100 a week plus $2 per pizza, a student could graph how many pizzas the driver would need to deliver to make $175

• Draw, construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationship between them. Students will solve problems involving scale drawings of geometric figures, will draw geometric shapes (by hand, with a ruler and compass, and with technology) with given conditions, and will describe two-dimensional figures resulting from slicing three-dimensional figures such as pyramids and rectangular prisms.

• Solve real-life and mathematical problems involving angle measure, area, surface, and volume. Seventh graders will master the formulas for area and circumference of circles and use this knowledge to solve problems. They will also work with different types of angles (supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent) and solve problems involving volume and surface area of two- and three-dimensional objects composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, cubes, and right prisms.

## Statistics and Probability

• Use random sampling to draw inferences about a population. Students will understand that statistics can be used to gain information about a population, and they will also be taught about random sampling. Furthermore, seventh graders will gather data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population with an unknown characteristic. For example, if a classroom has three more girls than boys in it, make an estimate about how many more girls are at the entire school.

• Draw informal comparative inferences about two populations. Simply put, students compare two groups and arrive at conclusions, including inferences based on variability. For example, if one cross country team averages 9-minute miles during practice and a second team averages 10-minute miles, what will happen if a runner logging 7-minute miles switches from the first team to the second?

• Investigate chance processes, and develop, use, and evaluate probability models. Though it may not appear so at first glance, probability nicely ties in to many other topics seventh graders are being taught. Among the concepts explored:

- Understanding that the probability of an event lies somewhere between 0 and 1— with near 0 being unlikely, around 1/2 as about even odds, and near 1 as likely.
- Collecting data to approximate the probability of a chance event. For example, rolling a die 300 times and estimating a 6 will come up about, but likely not exactly, 50 times.
- Developing a model for probability and explaining its results and discrepancies.
- Using organized lists, tree diagrams, tables, and simulation to arrive at probabilities of compound events. For example, if half of the students in a classroom have brown eyes, what is the probability that if you pick a random eight kids, five will have that eye color?

## Surviving Middle School Math

Junior high is a crazy time for many students. Many self-contained middle schools (schools that aren’t K-8) present unique challenges academically and socially. The homework load is greater, the routines are completely different, and kids that seemed so young just a couple years earlier are now ... teenagers. Moreover, 67 percent of middle school teachers feel that math is the toughest subject for students to re-engage in after summer break, and 50 percent added that kids' math skills regress more than any other school subject. Combining these factors creates a situation daunting for students and parents alike. And perhaps nowhere is the challenge more acute than with middle school math. However, there’s no reason why students can’t thrive during these two critical years. What follows are several tips for middle schoolers and their parents to help them through this part of their math education.

## Middle School Study Tips

• Be cool If you have been looking through this guide at the topics you can expect to learn for this school year, you may be understandably intimidated. However, the way Common Core is designed, you will get plenty of instruction, practice, and reinforcement with one concept before moving on.

Furthermore, you will discover that becoming good at a certain topic sets you up to succeed at the next. In many previous math curricula, teachers would move onto the next concept before many students felt they had mastered the last one. With Common Core, you can be confident you’ll be ready for whatever lies ahead.

• Practice When You Are Not Tired The homework loads of many students increase in middle school. However, your math capabilities are better suited for when you are most alert and less tired. Therefore, try to work on math homework in the later afternoon or early evening when you are at your freshest after school. Getting all your homework completed is important, but reading a book for a literature class won’t require the computing power from your brain that math will.

• Read the Question You might encounter math problems that appear intimidating, both on first glance and after you’ve read the question. No need to worry: Almost everything being thrown at you is stuff you have learned or are currently learning. Clear your mind and read the question again. Break down the problem by writing all the given information and relevant numbers. From there, work your way through the question on your path to the answer. Once you master this process, all those intimidating problems won’t seem so frightening.

• Check Your Work One helpful aspect of solving algebraic equations is that checking your work is easy: Simply plug in the answer into the variable of the original problem and do the math. This is a good habit to start with your homework because if you made a mistake, you have time to figure out what went wrong, which will help you all the more in the future. Furthermore, once you are proficient in checking your work accurately and quickly with your homework, you will naturally do the same on tests, possibly (and hopefully!) resulting in better grades because you are catching your mistakes before handing the test in.

• Keywords, Keywords, Keywords! One math strategy you likely learned in elementary school is to look for keywords when solving word problems. Keywords are simply clues within a word problem that guide you toward a solution. This strategy is just as applicable in middle school as it was when you were younger, maybe even more so as you work to solve multi-step problems. Moreover, with new concepts you are learning, a new set of words will be entering your math vocabulary. Look for terms such as save, rate, per, proportion, percentage, and compare in middle school word problems.

• Skip the Calculator You will encounter plenty of math in the coming years (especially in trigonometry and pre-calculus) that will require the use of a calculator. At this level, however, you should know how to perform almost every required operation without technological help. Skipping the calculator and figuring out problems by hand (for example, computing circumference by multiplying by 3.14) keeps your skills sharp, shows the teacher you are taking time to solve problems instead of taking a shortcut, and prepares you for tests on which a calculator isn't allowed.

• Math Everywhere Much of the math you are learning now can extend to rest of your life. Look for opportunities to practice your skills outside of school. For example, if you are watching a football game and see that a quarterback has completed 15 of 24 passes, try converting that number to a fraction and a percentage. Or, figure out what percentage a $5 tip on a $27 haircut is. Your math skills will help your realworld skills that when sharp, will improve your in-school math skills in turn.

• Ask for Help If you find yourself struggling with a specific concept or with math in general, by all means, seek help from your teacher. Educators want you to succeed, and they will do whatever they can to help you do so … but sometimes, you have to ask. Also, don’t be afraid to tell your parents that you are having a rough time. Most adults remember how challenging middle school math was, and your parents can provide encouragement, work with you and your teacher, or explore other options to get the help you need to succeed.

## Parent Tips

Parenting a 12, 13, or 14 year old is already quite a task. Navigating middle school math only increases the challenge, as well as your possible level of stress. Arguing with your child about school work is counterproductive, so staying calm and working positively with him or her is essential, no matter how frustrated you may get. The time parents get with their growing children is short enough; you don’t want to spend the middle school years in a constant battle with your kids. Take a deep breath—you will survive math during these years. Here are some tips to keep your sanity along the way:

• Be cool This is sage advice for parents as well as students. The level of math education you and your child encounter in middle school is unlike anything you may have experienced before. Yet, students this age are ready to take their learning to another level the curricula wouldn’t include such content if they weren’t capable. Though there may be bumps along the way, your child can still reach the destination.

• Relearn the Math One reason parents are apprehensive to engage their middle schooler with his or her math homework is that they might be a few decades removed from the math itself. Most parents remember how to multiply, but they might not have a clue how to solve two variable inequalities. Middle school math isn’t so difficult that adults can’t relearn the concepts. Many websites are available that describe a variety of math topics, or if you can sneak in 20 minutes here and there, read your student’s textbook (just don’t let your kids catch you!). Once you understand the math a little more, you will be better able to help your child when he or she is struggling.

• Understand Common Core Irrespective of your opinions about Common Core, more than likely, your kids are learning in a curriculum following the standards. Therefore, understanding the goals, guidelines, and structure of CCSS ultimately will help as you support your middle schooler through these years of math. For example, your child may be learning methods and strategies to solve a problem that you have never encountered. Your first inclination might be to dismiss these approaches and not offer any support. However, knowing that Common Core aims to provide multiple methods so that students achieve a well-rounded mastery will give you clarity on why your child is learning something a certain way … and it may inspire you to learn this new strategy as well.

• Drill for Skills Find opportunities for your middle schooler to practice math outside of his or her schoolwork. Challenge your daughter to compute tips. Direct your son to figure out what percentage of a gallon of gas is tax (the tax price is usually on the pump). If you are stuck in traffic or driving to an afterschool activity, rapid-fire some problems and equations, such as converting fractions to decimals. A couple extra minutes here and there keeps kids’ minds actively focused on math skills, which will be sharpened for when they are testing or doing homework.

• Become Involved If you are concerned with how Common Core is being implemented at your school, the amount of homework being given, or anything else in the math classroom, then you should absolutely get involved. Talk to teachers and administrators. Attend committee meetings. Research the subject that has you concerned. Parents naturally will have opinions about the quality of their children’s education. Those opinions can affect dialogue and solutions, but only if you take action. Your middle schooler is working hard to get the best education possible. There’s no reason you shouldn’t do the same for your child.

• Seek Help for Your Child If your middle-schooler is consistently struggling with math, your first step should be to talk to his or her teacher, who can provide guidance on how those struggles can be overcome. From there, another step you might consider is finding outside help your child. Several online resources provide math tutelage, including worksheets and sample tests that conform to Common Core standards. Tutoring might be an option, too. Innovative iPad-based math software has emerged that combines the personalized approach of a tutor with today’s technology. These revolutionary programs also may feature a curriculum based on Common Core, thus ensuring your child’s learning at home is aligned with what he or she is learning at school

## Tips for Helping Your Seventh Grader with These Seventh Grade Math Worksheets

In addition to the grade-specific standards it sets forth, Common Core also emphasizes eight “Standards of Mathematical Practice” that teachers at all levels are encouraged to develop in their students. Here are descriptions of these eight practices—designed to improve student performance—and how they apply to middle schoolers:

## Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them

Students explain the problem to themselves and determine ways they can reach a solution. Then, they work at the problem until it’s solved. By middle school, for example, many word problems are multi-step, requiring more than one operation on the way to an answer. Students must take care to determine what these steps are, decide what strategies (including correspondences between equations, verbal descriptions, graphs and tables, and looking for regularity and trends) will be necessary to solve the problem, and work toward the solution.

## Reason abstractly and quantitatively

Students decontextualize and contextualize problems. By decontextualizing, they break down the problem into anything other than the standard operation. By contextualizing, they apply math into problems that seemingly have none. Middle-schoolers who are decontextualizing may envision a fraction or decimal into unit rates—for example, a student working with the fraction 3/8 might picture three squares across a chessboard—to help solve a problem. Students who are contextualizing might break a polygon into several smaller shapes in order to compute the total area.

## Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others

Students use their acquired math knowledge and previous results to explain or critique their work or the work of others, analyzing and using counterexamples as necessary. Most middle-schoolers have already learned how to work with classmates to achieve a goal. Students might be encouraged not only to work with a group to solve a particularly challenging math problem, but also to present and explain their solution to the teacher and the class.

## Encourage them to show their work

This suggestion can be read two ways. First, students will be encouraged to show how they arrived at an answer, especially within Common Core. Second, ask your children to show you their homework, particularly the challenging stuff. Explaining how a problem is solved is a basic CCSS tenet, so if your kids can be confident in explaining their work to you, they will carry that confidence into the classroom when the teacher asks for those same explanations.

## Model with mathematics

This is just like it sounds: Students use math to solve real-world problems. For example, a national department store chain offers sales either in the form of percentages off retail price and by a flat dollar amount savings (and sometimes both). Middle-schoolers can use their knowledge of ratios and percentages to determine from which sales method they will save more.

## Use appropriate tools strategically

Another self-explanatory practice: Students learn and determine which tools are best for the math problem at hand. For older kids, the tools may seem obvious—pencil, paper, calculator, protractor, and so on—but knowing when to use what is important. For example, graph paper can be a big help when solving variable inequalities.

## Attend to precision

Students strive to be exact and meticulous—period. The math vocabulary introduced to middle-schoolers rapidly expanding, so students must be precise in their words as well as their numbers. Consider this example: An equation (x=1) is different than an expression (x-1) and an inequality (x>1). Middle-schoolers who know these definitions will have an easier time when working with the corresponding concepts.

## Look for and make use of structure

Students will look for patterns and structures within math and apply these discoveries to subsequent problems. Take the equation x +5=10; to get an answer, 5 must be subtracted from both sides. This basic algebraic structure will apply to almost all equations middle-schoolers will encounter, no matter the operation or the number of variables. Once students recognize and master this structure, they will automatically think about both sides of the equation when solving.

## Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning

Students come to realizations—“aha” moments is a good term for these realizations—about the math operations that they are performing and use this knowledge in subsequent problems. For example, middle-schoolers may discover that tipping 15 percent is an easy computation: Figure out 10 percent of the bill, then take half of that and add to get 15 percent. In no time, they will want to figure out the tip when you are at a restaurant. 6 Standards for Mathematical Practice, Common Core State Standards Initiative. -->

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## Common Core Grade 7 Math (Worksheets, Homework, Lesson Plans)

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## Seventh Grade Math Worksheets

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## Absolute Value Addition – One Digit Numbers

This is a great beginning worksheet for working with absolute values.

## Absolute Value Addition – Two Digit Numbers

We’re absolutely certain you will find this absolute value worksheet valuable!

## Absolute Value Addition – Working With Variables

The equations are a little more complicated in this absolute value addition worksheet.

## Absolute Value Equations – Addition

In this absolute value worksheet, your student will add equations with variables.

## Absolute Value Equations – Subtraction

This absolute value worksheet has subtraction equations with variables.

## Absolute Value Subtraction – One and Two Digit Numbers

Absolute value subtraction – working with variables.

It’s time for some more challenging equations for subtracting with absolute values!

## Adding and Subtracting With Absolute Value

Take your student to the next level with this absolute value worksheet featuring addition and subtraction.

## Adding Positive and Negative Integers

You’ll find some great integer addition practice in this worksheet!

## Addition and Absolute Value

This worksheet features slightly more complex addition equations using absolute values.

## Dividing with Negative Integers

Your student will dive into dividing integers in ths worksheet.

## Integer Addition With a Number Line

This positive and negative integer addition worksheet includes a number line drill.

## Integer Subtraction With a Number Line

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## Multiplying with Negative Integers

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## Positive and Negative Integers Division

This division drill for positive and negative integers is divine!

## Positive and Negative Integers Multiplication

This worksheet is a must-have for multiplying positive and negative integers!

## Positive and Negative Integers Multiplying Three Numbers

Take your student to the next step with this worksheet on multiplying three integers.

## Subtracting Positive and Negative Integers

We’re positive you’ll like this subtraction worksheet for integers!

## Subtraction and Absolute Value

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## Watch the Sign! Adding Positive and Subtracting Integers

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## Integers Worksheets Grade 7

An integer is one of the most important concepts of mathematics and most of the concepts rely on this topic. Integers worksheets grade 7 are provided with the addition and subtraction of integers, adding and subtracting multiple integers, and multiplication and division of different integers.

## Benefits of 7th Grade Integers Worksheets

Integer worksheets for grade 7 provide flexibility and encourage students to solve multiple problems that help in strengthening the concept. These 7th grade math worksheets can also boost the problem-solving skills, logical skills, and reasoning skills of a student. Integers worksheets grade 7 come with answer keys that provide a stepwise understanding for the students while practicing problems. Thus, students learn each step of the solution instead of memorizing the solution.

## Printable PDFs for Grade 7 Integers Worksheets

7th Grade Integers worksheets are available as PDFs that can be downloaded for free, making them very easy to use.

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## Math Mammoth Grade 7 complete curriculum

Math Mammoth Grade 7 Complete Curriculum is a complete pre-algebra program for 7th grade. It fully prepares students for an algebra 1 program.

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## Lesson plan

You can purchase a lesson plan for Math Mammoth Grade 7 to use it in Homeschool Planet online planner. Learn more .

## Skills Review Workbook

This workbook is supplemental, and provides additional practice for the topics in the curriculum. I recommend you only purchase it once you are sure the student does need supplemental practice. Learn more.

You will also get separate answer keys, chapter tests, additional cumulative reviews (I do recommend you use at least some of them), and a versatile worksheet maker (Internet access required) for those times when your child needs just a bit more practice.

- Math Mammoth focuses on conceptual understanding . It explains the "WHY", so your children can understand the math, not just learn "HOW" to do it.
- Concepts are often explained with visual models , followed by exercises using those models. These visual models can take the place of manipulatives for many children; however, it is very easy to add corresponding manipulatives to the lessons if so desired.
- The curriculum is mastery-oriented . This means it concentrates fairly long on a topic, delving into its various aspects. This promotes conceptual understanding, as opposed to spiral curricula that often tend to jump from topic to topic too much.

- The curriculum has no separate teacher's manual nor is it scripted. The introduction to each chapter has some notes for the teacher concerning the material in the chapter. All the instruction is written directly to the student in the worktext, and there also exist accompanying videos where you can see Maria herself teach the material.
- After each chapter introduction, you will find a list of Internet links and resources (games, quizzes, animations, etc.) that can be used for fun, illustrations, and further practice.

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## Overview of topics

- introduction to basic algebra concepts
- integers and their operations
- solving one-step equations, including with negative numbers
- operations with negative rational numbers
- solving linear equations and writing equations for word problems
- graphing linear equations and an introduction to the concept of slope
- ratios, rates, proportions, and percent
- geometry: angle relationships, compass & ruler constructions, drawing problems, Pi and the area and circumference of a circle, cross-sections formed when cutting solids, surface area, and volume
- the Pythagorean theorem (optional)
- probability

Please also see the table of contents 7-A and 7-B (in the sample files), which will let you see the topics covered in more detail.

## Manipulatives

Here is a list of manipulatives, or actually measurement tools, that are needed for grade 7.

- A ruler that measures in inches (for 7-B).
- A ruler that measures in centimeters (for 7-B).
- A compass (for 7-B).
- A protractor (for 7-B).

## Supplements

We offer a lesson plan for Math Mammoth Grade 7 for the Homeschool Planet online planner. This is available in two versions: regular, and PLUS plan which also includes a PDF file of the plan. Learn more .

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## Introduction

Math Mammoth Grade 7-A and Grade 7-B worktexts comprise a complete math curriculum for seventh grade mathematics studies. This is a pre-algebra course , and students can continue to an algebra 1 curriculum after studying it.

The curriculum meets the Common Core Standards (CCS) for grade 7 but also exceeds them in several places. For example, we study linear equations in more depth than required in grade 7 CCS, and the curriculum includes the Pythagorean Theorem, which in the CCS is in grade 8. You can access a document detailing the alignment information at this link or in the download version of this curriculum.

We start out with an introduction to basic algebra , which is in many ways a review of the same topics from 6th grade. The first chapter reviews the order of operations, the concepts of an expression and equation, and the distributive property. Students learn about the commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication, and they simplify expressions that don’t involve negative numbers.

In chapter 2, we study integers and their operations in detail . Some of this is, again, review from 6th grade, and some of it is new. The four operations of integers are explained with the help of two visual models: the number line and counters, hopefully providing an intuitive understanding of the processes. Students need to be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers when they learn to solve equations in chapter 3. In the end of the chapter students also learn about negative fractions.

The lesson about distance contains a formula that may look unfamiliar to the teacher. You can find the distance between two integers by taking the absolute value of their difference. In symbols, the distance between a and b is | a − b | . The idea behind the formula is simple, though, and most people use that idea instinctively without knowing about the formula. For example, how far apart from each other are 14 and 92? To solve that mentally, we find their difference, but we take that difference in a positive sense. In other words, we do not calculate 14 − 92 = −78 and state that the distance is negative 78 units, but instead, we say the distance is 78 units because distance is always positive. The absolute value takes care of that: it turns any negative quantity into a positive one.

In the next chapter (chapter 3) students study simple one-step equations . They already know the basics of how to solve these types of equations from 6th grade, but this time we use negative numbers in them.

Chapter 4 is titled Rational Numbers, which are simply fractions and certain decimals, so the student is already very familiar with them. The goal of the chapter is to be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide both positive and negative fractions and decimals . We also solve simple equations involving fractions and decimals and learn about scientific notation and complex fractions.

The last chapter in part 7-A focuses on linear equations. The student learns to solve various types of linear equations and practices using those in simple word problems . We study linear inequalities but not to the same depth as linear equations. Lastly, the student graphs linear equations and is introduced to the concept of slope , which is the steepness of a line. The student will continue studying these topics with more details in an algebra 1 course.

Part B starts out with a study of ratios and proportions (chapter 6). Students study unit rates, proportions, proportional relationships and graphing, scaling geometric figures, floor plans, and maps.

The next chapter provides thorough lessons on the concept of percent. Students learn to solve a wide variety of problems involving percentages, including percentage of change, percentages of comparison, and simple interest problems.

Geometry is our focus in chapter 8. Students draw geometric figures using a a protractor and a ruler, and they also learn some basic geometric constructions. The other themes of this chapter are various angle relationships, area and the perimeter of a circle , conversions between units of area and of volume, surface area, volume, and cross-sections when solids are sliced with a plane.

Chapter 9 covers square roots, the Pythagorean Theorem , and its applications. You may omit the entire chapter if necessary (such as for lack of time), since the Pythagorean Theorem is also included in any 8th grade math program that follows Common Core, and in high school math courses.

Chapter 10 is an introduction to probability . Besides learning the basic idea behind probability as the ratio of favorable events to all possible events, students compare experimental probabilities to theoretical ones in probability simulations and even design some on their own.

Lastly, in chapter 11, the curriculum covers statistical concepts. The major areas of study are random sampling and learning to compare two populations using some basic statistical measures and graphs.

## Reviews / Testimonials of the 7th grade curriculum

Math Mammoth · Affordable Homeschool Curriculum for 7th Grade at Grace, Grow & Edify blog

Math Mammoth Light Blue Series Level 7: A TOS Review Crew Review at Grace-Filled Homeschooling blog

Review of Math Mammoth Prealgebra Curriculum by David Chandler from Math Without Borders.

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## Unit 3: Integers: addition and subtraction

About this unit, intro to adding negative numbers.

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## Adding negative numbers fluently

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## Intro to subtracting negative numbers

- Subtracting with integer chips (Opens a modal)
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## Subtracting negative numbers fluently

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