Manitoba Grade 8 Full Year Bundle - Math - GOOGLE AND PDF

Manitoba Grade 8 Full Year Bundle - Math - GOOGLE AND PDF

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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 8 – Manitoba Math Curriculum. This resource covers all expectations in the Grade 8 – Manitoba Math Curriculum.


Concepts that are covered:

  • Review of multiplication and division
  • Perfect squares and square roots
  • Estimating square roots of numbers that are not perfect squares
  • Visuals of square roots/perfect squares – area and number lines
  • Converting fractions, decimal numbers, and percents
  • Understanding percents greater than 100
  • Rate and ratio
  • Equivalent rates
  • Identifying proportional and non-proportional relationships in various situations.
  • Determining the value of a missing value in a ratio
  • Converting mixed numbers and improper fractions
  • Simplifying fractions
  • Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions using models and rules
  • Adding and subtracting integers using numerous strategies – zero pairs, models
  • Multiplying and dividing integers using rules and area models
  • Multiplying fractions using repeated addition and number lines
  • Word problems for all basic concepts for students to apply their understanding
  • Rational vs irrational numbers
  • Comparing and ordering rational numbers
  • Plotting rational numbers on a number line
  • 5 Unit Tests

Patterns and Relations-

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Determining pattern rules to extend patterns
  • Basics of linear relationships (two-variable relations)
  • Identifying linear relationships displayed as graphs and in tables of values
  • Creating tables of values that represent patterns
  • Creating graphs from tables of values
  • Determining linear equations that represent patterns
  • Representing linear equations using ordered pairs
  • Graphing ordered pairs to display linear equations
  • Determining the missing values in ordered pairs based on linear equations and pictorial patterns
  • Solving problems arising in real-life situations using linear equations
  • Using models to solve problems in the form of: ax = b, x/a = b, ax + b = c, x/a + b = c, a(x + b) = c
  • Representing real-life situation as linear equations in the form of: ax = b, x/a = b, ax + b = c, x/a + b = c, a(x + b) = c
  • 3 Unit Tests – 1 for each strand: Patterns, Equations, and Coding

Shape and Space-

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Use the Pythagorean theorem to determine if a triangle is a right triangle
  • Use the Pythagorean theorem to calculate the length of a side on a right triangle
  • Draw 3D objects using nets
  • Construct nets that represent 3D objects
  • Represent 3D objects by drawing them as nets on a grid
  • Determine the surface area of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms and cylinders
  • Use nets to calculate the surface area of 3D objects
  • Calculate the area of circles and semi-circles
  • Calculate the volume of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and cylinders
  • Use the area of the base of 3D objects to calculate volume
  • Drawing top, front, and side views of objects
  • Draw objects using top, front, and side views of objects
  • Create 3D objects using top, front, and side views
  • Tessellations – regular polygons that tessellate
  • Naming tessellations – regular, semi-regular, irregular
  • Creating tessellations using translations, reflections, and rotations

Statistics and Probability-

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Comparing different types of graphs that display the same data to identify the strengths and weaknesses of different types of graphs
  • Identifying the advantages and disadvantages of different types of graphs (bar graphs, circle graphs, pictographs, line graphs and double-bar graphs)
  • Interpreting bar graphs, broken-line graphs, multiple-bar graphs, circles graphs and pictographs
  • Creating a variety of graphs, including circle graphs and multiple-bar graphs
  • Determining the mean, median, and mode of data sets
  • Determining the impact of adding or removing outliers from a data set on the mean, median, and mode
  • Finding the missing value in a data set using the mean
  • Drawing conclusions about different sets of data
  • Thinking critically about misleading graphs (bar graphs, circle graphs, pictographs, line graphs and double-bar graphs)
  • Creating misleading graphs by using different scales and line breaks
  • Using fractions, decimals, and percents to represent the probability of multiple independent events
  • Understanding the difference between theoretical and experimental probability
  • Comparing theoretical and experimental probabilities of independent events
  • Using tree diagrams to represent independent events
  • Use Venn diagrams to represent probabilities and help solve probability problems

***Answer Pages for all worksheets are included