This series of math videos are great for end of year, 7th grade math test prep. They are also useful for summer school or as a refresher before 8th grade. Many graduating 6th graders want to look ahead to the next year and this math series is a great opportunity too.
The 4 parts of this math tutorial series look at topics across the major 5 domains from the Common Core State Standards for 7th grade: the number system, expressions and equations, geometry, ratios and proportional relationships, statistics and probability.
* * * If you haven't already, download the 7th grade math final packet at the link below and attempt the questions before watching the solutions in the videos * * *
After you have completed the questions, watch the videos to check your answers, make corrections and also to find help on the questions you left blank. Play, pause, rewind and play. Take your time and re-watch until you fully understand the method being used and solutions being found. Sometime after watching the video, download and print the packet again and attempt them to see if you've achieved an enduring understanding.
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