Mathematics 7

Units, lessons and projects for the Alberta Math 7 curriculum. Cover concepts like arithmetic, integers, fractions, decimals, percents, circles and area, operations and fractions, equations, and data analysis. Getting Started

Some basic information to get started in Mathematics 7. You can join the Google Classroom by click on the following link: Geometry

Students explore different geographically operations with and without a Cartesian Plane: parallel and perpendicular lines, bisectors, transformations, reflections, and rotations. Circles and Area

Students learn how to calculate circle geometry and area of different polygons. Foundational Arithmetic and Numbers

Students explore the relationship between different mathematical patterns, algebraic expressions and equations, and graphing. Equations

Students use preservation of equality to solve for an unknown using Algebra known and linear expressions. Operations and Fractions

Students explore the how to solve operations like addition and subtracting for fractions and mixed numbers. Fractions, Decimals and Percents

Students explore the relationship between fractions, decimals, and percents; looking at their relationship in common mathematical expressions and equations. Integers

Students explore how to find the sum of difference of positive and negative integers. Later, they explore the double negative principle when finding the difference of a negative number. Data Analysis

Students explore how to analysis and express data to come up with predictable and meaningful conclusion to a data set. 