Alberta Grade 7 Full Year Bundle - Math - GOOGLE AND PDF

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Teaching made easy! GOOGLE CLASSROOM VERSION - PDF INCLUDED! This gives you the ability to print worksheets as well as distribute a digital copy of the resource to your students on Google Classroom.

Grade 7 – Alberta Math Curriculum. This resource covers all expectations in the Grade 7 – Alberta Math Curriculum.


Concepts that are covered:

  • Divisibility rules (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10) as well as why a number cannot be divided by 0
  • Addition and subtraction of decimal numbers (to the thousandths place value)
  • Multiplication and division of decimal numbers using 1-digit divisors and 2-digit multipliers
  • Finding the missing percents in word problems (0% - 100%)
  • Converting fractions, decimals and percents
  • Determining the value of percents from 1% - 100%
  • Identifying terminating and repeating decimals
  • Patterns found in repeating decimals
  • Adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators
  • Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vise versa
  • Adding and subtracting integers using zero pairs and number lines
  • Using addition and subtracting integer rules to solve equations
  • Comparing and ordering fractions, decimals, and whole numbers
  • Determining equivalent fractions
  • Simplifying fractions
  • Determining fractions on a number line
  • 3 Unit Tests
  • Answer pages included!


Patterns and Relations-

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Increasing/Decreasing patterns using all 4 operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)
  • Determining pattern rules to extend patterns
  • Finding linear relations in our everyday lives
  • Representing patterns in table of values
  • Recursive and functional patterns
  • Constant rates and initial values
  • Translating linear relations into tables of values and graphs
  • Finding term number “n” in a pattern using the linear relation
  • Analyzing tables of values and graphs to draw conclusions and solve problems
  • Representing patterns using algebraic expressions to help solve for any term in a pattern
  • Linear patterns – analyzing patterns in graphs
  • Positive and negative integers in patterns
  • Using pictures and symbols to model preservation of equality
  • Solving equations to find the missing values
  • Representing real-world situations as equations
  • Explaining the different between expressions and equations
  • Evaluating expressions when given the value of a variable
  • Use one-step linear equations of the form x + a = b to represent real-world situations
  • Use linear equations of the form ax = b, ax + b = c, and x/a = b to represent real-world situations


Shape and Space-

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Radius, diameter, and circumference of circles
  • Relating circumference to pi
  • Constructing circles with a given radius or diameter
  • Solving word problems involving radii, diameters, and circumferences of circles
  • Determining the area of triangles, parallelograms, and circles
  • Calculating the area of compound shapes made up of triangles, parallelograms and rectangles.
  • Determining the area of semi-circles
  • Rays, lines, line segments and points
  • Constructing perpendicular line segments and perpendicular bisectors using graph paper, a protractor, and a compass
  • Constructing parallel line segments using graph paper, a protractor, and a compass
  • Constructing angle bisectors using a compass
  • Labeling each of the four quadrants on a cartesian plane
  • Identify and plot points in the four quadrants of a cartesian plane
  • Translations, reflections, and rotations of up to 360 degrees on a cartesian plane


Statistics and Probability-

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Determining the mean, median, mode, and range of multiple data sets
  • Finding the missing data point in a data set using the mean
  • Determining outliers in a data set and explaining what outliers could represent
  • Determining the effect of outliers in data sets on the mean, median and mode
  • Understanding when to use each measure of central tendency to report findings
  • Difference between primary and secondary data
  • Interpreting bar graphs, broken-line graphs, multiple-bar graphs, and circles graphs
  • Creating bar graphs, broken-line graphs, and circle graphs
  • Creating an appropriate scale for a variety of graphs as well as labels
  • Creating and interpreting infographics
  • Drawing conclusions about different sets of data
  • Thinking critically about misleading graphs
  • Using fractions, ratios, and percents to represent the probability of multiple events
  • Understanding the difference between theoretical and experimental probability
  • Identifying the sample space (number of total outcomes) for experiments involving two independent events
  • Comparing theoretical and experimental probabilities of independent and dependent events
  • Using tree diagrams to represent independent events


***Answer Pages for all worksheets are included