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7th Grade Math Guided Notes Curriculum

7th Grade Math Guided Notes Curriculum

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Looking for a 7th Grade Math curriculum that is designed to help your students thrive and save you the time and energy of writing and designing them yourself? These full-year NO PREP guided notes are a classroom-proven resource that will have your students proficient in all 7th Grade Math common core standards!  With a comprehensive design, these notes offer a structured approach that can be differentiated for every level of learner for the entire year. Save 25% when you purchase these 60 products as part of this bundle.

Guided notes are an effective teaching model that maximize your students ability to use working memory to focus on content, rather than copying down notes.  This resource is structured to include warm ups that build on prerequisite knowledge, in depth notes to fully teach each common core subject, vocabulary sheets to build on key concepts, exit slips to ensure understanding and an assessment to benchmark comprehension.  This money saving bundle includes notes and practice printables formatted for interactive notebooks as well as a fully digital version of each note set.  

This curriculum is broken down into 5 units (a full list of included topics can be found below):

Number System

Ratios and Proportions


Expressions and Equations

Statistics and Probability

Here is everything that is included for each topic:

Guided Notes including a separate printable formatted for Interactive Notebooks

Digital Notes - fully digital version for classroom flexibility

Practice Page including a separate printable formatted for Interactive Notebooks

Frayer Models for Vocabulary Practice

2 different warm-ups (2 per page)

2 different exit slips (2 per page)

1 Assessment to benchmark understanding

Answer keys

Here’s what you will love the most:

This entire math notes bundle is NO PREP!  All answer keys are included and no additional materials are needed.  You’ll also find that you’ll have more time to work through the concepts with your students as they will spend less time copying notes and more time mastering the content.  The notes will also call their attention to key concepts that they should commit to memory. 

Here are some guidelines for how to use this bundle: 

This resource can be successfully implemented using binders, folders or notebooks

Warm Up Slips can be used at the beginning of the lesson to activate prior knowledge or you can use them to guide students through a new discovery. 

Vocabulary Practice - use these to establish foundation concepts at the outset of the lesson or as reinforcement after the notes portion

Guided Notes - these sets are a comprehensive presentation of the subject matter, and progressively build from basic concepts to complete mastery.  Students will follow along through a structured framework and retain the notes for reference and review.  

Independent Practice Problems -use these to reinforce understanding and provide a chance for your students to build skills and confidence

Exit Slips - can be used to allow students to demonstrate mastery of the subject matter at the close of a lesson and prepare for future topics

Assessment - use this to benchmark your students comprehension and supplement if necessary

Included Topics:

The Number System

Adding Integers with the Same Sign

Adding Integers with Different Signs

Subtracting Integers

Multiplying and Dividing Integers

Terminating and Repeating Decimals

Adding Rational Numbers

Subtracting Rational Numbers

Multiplying and Dividing Rational Numbers

Ratios and Proportions

Ratios & Rates


Graphing Proportional Relationships

Writing and Solving Proportions


Direct Variation

Percents, Decimals, and Fractions

Percent Proportion

Percent of Increase and Decrease

Discounts and Mark-Ups

Simple Interest

Tax, Tip and Commissions

The Percent Equation


Adjacent and Vertical Angles

Complementary and Supplementary Angles

Types of Triangles

Constructing Triangles

Angle Measures of Triangles

Types of Quadrilaterals

Angle Measures of Quadrilaterals

Similar Shapes

Scale Drawings

Circle Vocabulary


Area of Circles

Area of Composite Figures Involving Circles

Surface Area of Prisms

Surface Area of Pyramids

Surface Area of Cylinders

Volume of Prisms

Volume of Pyramids

Volume of Cylinders

Expressions and Equations

Algebraic Expressions

Adding and Subtracting Linear Expressions

Solving Equations Using Addition and Subtraction

Solving Equations Using Multiplication and Division

Solving Multi-Step Equations

Writing and Graphing Inequalities

Solving Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction

Solving Inequalities Using Multiplication and Division

Writing and Solving 2-Step Inequalities


Populations and Samples

Estimating Populations

Measures of Central Tendency

Measures of Variation

Outcomes and Events

Intro to Probability

Experimental Probability

Theoretical Probability

Fundamental Counting Principle

Compound Events

Independent and Dependent Events

Guided notes are the foundation of my classroom. Here’s why:

Guided notes keep all students actively engaged in class. Students follow along and fill in missing words and numbers and answer questions. They allow students to focus on problem solving rather than using their working memory to write down everything they hear the teacher say. 

Students create their own reference guide to help them remember and internalize what they learned in class. They can easily refer back to what they learned in previous classes to help them with spiral review, homework, studying for assessments and most importantly building on prior knowledge to learn new concepts. 

It helps students organize information and understand what is important. Middle school students are often new to the expectation of notetaking and guided notes are a perfect way to introduce this practice and perfect a lifelong skill. The blanks can be used as cues to help students decipher what is expected of them- they can tell if a longer definition should be recorded or a smaller blank means they should write an important vocabulary word or number. 

They relieve the stress that many students feel when expected to accurately copy diagrams, figures and equations off the board. Having them right on their notes page allows them to focus on problem solving and less about accurately copying complex notes off the board. 

Guided notes are especially beneficial for students with special education needs and English Language Learners and can easily be adapted to accommodate specific needs.

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