7th Grade Math Resources

Module One Parent Tip Sheets

Module Two Parent Tip Sheets

Module Three Parent Tip Sheets

Module Four Parent Tip Sheets

Module Five Parent Tip Sheets

Module Six Parent Tip Sheets


8th Grade AML Objectives (pdf format)

  • Objective 1 – Determine a unit rate
  • Objective 2 – Divide a fraction by a fraction
  • Objective 3 – Find the greatest common factor
  • Alternative Method to GCF and LCM (Cake Method)
  • Objective 4 – Find the least common multiple
  • Objective 5 – Apply the distributive property
  • Objective 6-7 – Identify the quadrants
  • Objective 8 – Order positive and negative rational numbers
  • Objective 9 – Determine the mean of a data set
  • Objective 10 – Add integers
  • Objective 11 – Add signed fractions or mixed numbers
  • Objective 12 – Subtract integers
  • Objective 13 – Subtract signed fractions or mixed numbers
  • Objective 14 – Multiply integers
  • Objective 15 – Multiply signed fractions or mixed numbers
  • Objective 16 – Divide integers
  • Objective 20 – Determine solutions to a 1-variable linear equality
  • Objective 21 – Convert a fraction to a repeating decimal number
  • Objective 22 – Convert a repeating decimal number to a fraction
  • Objective 23-24 – Evaluate square and cube roots
  • Objective 25 – Identify rational or irrational numbers
  • Objective 28-29 – Evaluate a number raised to a positive, zero, or negative exponent
  • Objective 32-33 – Product of powers property and power of a product property
  • Objective 34-35 – Power of a power property and quotient of a powers property
  • Objective 38-42 – Convert a number to scientific notation
  • Objective 45 – Compare the size of two numbers in scientific notation
  • Objective 46-47 – Add or subtract numbers in scientific notation
  • Objective 48-49 – Multiply or divide numbers in scientific notation
  • Objective 55-56 – Solve one and two-step equations
  • Objective 60 – Determine if a relation expressed as a table is a function
  • Objective 61 – Determine if a relation expressed as a graph is a function
  • Objective 62 – Compare a linear function represented algebraically to a linear function in a table
  • Objective 63 – Compare a linear function represented algebraically to a linear function represented in a table
  • Objective 64 – Compare a description of a linear function to a linear function represented algebraically
  • Objective 65 – Compare a description of a linear function to a linear function represented in a graph
  • Objective 66 – Compare a description of a linear function to a linear function represented in a table
  • Objective 67 – Compare a linear function represented in a table to a linear function represented in a graph
  • Objective 68 – Determine if a function is linear or nonlinear
  • Objective 69 – Determine whether a graph represents a linear or nonlinear function
  • Objective 70 – Determine whether a table represents a linear or nonlinear function
  • Objective 71 – Determine the graph that models a function given a description
  • Objective 72 – Determine the rate of change or initial value of a function given a graph, table, or two (x,y) values
  • Objective 73 – Determine an equation in the form y=mx that represents a table of values