Ontario Grade 8 Math Full Year Bundle

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Distance Learning 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 8 - New Ontario Math Curriculum 2020 – This bundle covers all expectations in the Grade 8 - New Ontario Math Curriculum. Included are 1266 activity sheets for your students to learn the overall and specific expectations outlined by the Ministry of Education.

Strand B - Number (Number Sense and Operations)

Concepts that are covered:

  • Very large numbers (trillions) and small numbers using scientific notation
  • Perfect squares and square roots
  • Estimating square roots using a variety of strategies
  • Irrational and rational numbers
  • Comparing and ordering rational numbers – fractions, decimals, and integers
  • Plotting fractions, integers, decimals, and percents on a number line
  • Converting fractions, decimal numbers, and percents
  • Understanding percents greater than 100
  • BEDMAS using square roots, exponents, and positive/negative integers
  • Order of operations written as fractions
  • Evaluating exponents
  • Multiplying and dividing by powers of 10
  • Relationship between multiplying by 0.1 and dividing by 10
  • Adding and subtracting integers using numerous strategies – zero pairs, models
  • Multiplying and dividing integers using rules and models
  • Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions using models and rules
  • Identifying proportional and non-proportional relationships in various situations.
  • Determining the value of a missing value in a ratio
  • Word problems for all basic concepts for students to apply their understanding
  • 5 Unit Tests


Strand C - Algebra (Patterns, Equations, Coding)

  • Translating growing and shrinking patterns using tables of values and graphs
  • Determining pattern rules to extend patterns
  • Representing patterns in table of values
  • Constant rates and initial values
  • Representing patterns using algebraic expressions to help solve for any term in a pattern
  • Linear patterns – analyzing patterns in graphs
  • Representing linear patterns using equations
  • Creating and describing patterns using rational numbers
  • Positive and negative integers in patterns
  • Exponents in patterns – relationships among rational numbers
  • Adding and subtracting monomials with a degree of 1
  • Adding binomials with a degree of 1
  • Evaluate algebraic expressions that involve rational numbers
  • Solve equations that involve multiple terms, integers and decimal numbers
  • Solve inequalities that involve integers and multiple terms
  • Graph inequalities using a number line and a cartesian plane
  • Intro to slope – determining the slope of a line to assist with students graphing 2-variable inequalities
  • Defined counts and concurrent coding
  • Conditional codes – if/then statements
  • Use coding to create programs that display data purposefully
  • Analyze data presented in programs and draw conclusions about the data
  • 3 Unit Tests – 1 for each strand: Patterns, Equations, and Coding


Strand D - Data (Data Literacy and Probability)

  • Identifying graphs and situations that involve one-variable and two-variable data
  • Interpreting bar graphs, broken-line graphs, multiple-bar graphs, circles graphs and scatter plots
  • Creating a variety of graphs, including circle graphs and scatter plots
  • 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
  • Determining outliers in a data set and how they affect scatter plots and other graphs
  • Draw a line of best fit on a scatter plot to allow for predictions to be made about the data
  • Describe the relationship between variables as being strong, weak, none, positive, or negative
  • Creating and interpreting infographics
  • Drawing conclusions about different sets of data
  • Thinking critically about misleading graphs
  • Using fractions, decimals, and percents to represent the probability of multiple events
  • Understanding the difference between theoretical and experimental probability
  • Understanding the difference between dependent and independent events
  • Comparing theoretical and experimental probabilities of independent and dependent events
  • Using tree diagrams to represent independent and dependent events
  • Use Venn diagrams to represent probabilities and help solve probability problems


Strand E - Spatial Sense

  • Tessellations – regular polygons that tessellate
  • Naming tessellations – regular, semi-regular, irregular
  • Creating tessellations using translations, reflections, and rotations
  • Drawing top, front, and side views of objects
  • Isometric drawings of 3D objects
  • Cavalier and cabinet drawings
  • Perspective drawings using one-point perspectives and multiple vanishing points
  • Drawing and interpreting scaled drawings
  • Calculating area and volume of shapes and objects using scaled dimensions
  • Enlargements and reductions of figures
  • Performing and describing dilations using scale factors on a cartesian plane
  • Use of mapping rules to determine new coordinates after a transformation – translations, rotations, reflections, and dilations
  • Translations, reflections, and rotations of up to 360 degrees on a cartesian plane
  • Representing very large numbers (mega, giga, and tera) as well as very small units (micro, nano, and pico)
  • Use angle properties (complimentary/supplementary angles, opposite angles) to determine missing angle measurements
  • Use angle properties to determine interior angles in all polygons – formula (n-2) x 180
  • Determine the perimeter, area, and volume of composite 2D shapes and 3D objects
  • 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


Strand F - Financial Literacy

  • Converting currencies to Canadian (CAD)
  • Comparing the values or different currencies
  • Answer word problems that involve currency exchanges
  • Describing some advantages and disadvantages of various method of payments
  • The pros and cons of using different methods of payment to convert currencies
  • Assignment – Researching currencies – denominations, value, exchange rate to CAD
  • Creating personal well-balanced budgets – income, earnings, expenses, and savings
  • Analyzing pre-made budgets that are made for a scenario (e.g. saving for college)
  • Creating a financial plan to reach long-term financial goals
  • The difference between gross and net income
  • Calculating income tax using tax brackets and using this information to calculate net income
  • Typical wages and salaries in your community
  • Simple interest versus compound interest
  • Cost of borrowing over time
  • Using compound interest calculators online to see the power of compound interest
  • Earnings actualized by investing long-term (compound interest)
  • Comparing credit card fees and offers (rewards)
  • Customer loyalty programs – research assignment and other activities
  • Evaluating incentive programs from different businesses
  • Getting more value for your money – buying second hand safely
  • Consumer contracts – cell phones, video and music streaming examples
  • Unit Test


***Answer Pages for all worksheets are included

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