8th Grade Do Now Math Worksheets

A complete middle school level worksheet and printable set. This group is made exclusive for 8th Grade students. Aligned and creating specifically for the math core learning standards. We realign them often to make sure everything is always up to date. A real diversity of problem types. We suggest you bookmark this page.

Basic Level Sheets

  1. Version 1 - Probability and Fraction/Decimal/Percentage Comparisons: Simple chance to open up and end of with a comparison review.
  2. Version 2 - Nice Word Problem and Ordering Fractions: The mean word problem will take some time. The comparisons also take a while to find a common denominator for.
  3. Version 3 - Evaluating Exponents and Square Roots: The exponent questions should be done quickly. The two square root problems are close in whole number to display the differences that can occur.
  4. Version 4 - Powers of Ten and Factors: Yes, the statistics in the first problem set are accurate.
  5. Version 5 - Congruency and Evaluating Expressions: The expression problems are very advanced and can be quite hard.
  6. Version 6 - Simplifying Expressions and Flea Market Math: Start be combining like terms and finish of at the flea market.
  7. Version 7 - Reducing and Solving Proportions: This is a really good review on these subjects.
  8. Version 8 - Unit Rates and Comparisons: The unit rate problem is something students should be ready for. They will see it often throughout their lives.
  9. Version 9 - Measuring Relative Angles: It is so neat how one angle can offset an entire structure. That's probably while builders love right angles.
  10. Version 10 - Evaluating Expressions and Roots: The square roots should be a cinche. We say as much for the expressions.

Intermediate Level Sheets

  1. Version 1 - Solving For x and a Difficult Word Problem: Combine like terms is your best friend for the first problem set. The word problem does stump some people.
  2. Version 2 - Tough Word Problems: What first appears as simple word problems are actually very profound questions.
  3. Version 3 - Probability and Evaluating Expressions: A chance problem that might be difficult to setup. Double variable expression problems might be a little hard too.
  4. Version 4 - Equations of a Line: This can serve as a quick reminder about graphing lines too.
  5. Version 5 - Temperature Changes and Isolating Variables: Relative temperatures and students develop and explain their thought process for breaking apart terms.
  6. Version 6 - Mixed Word Problems: Students will need a good deal of time just to decide how to approach some of these problems.
  7. Version 7 - Solving For x. Stock Word Problems: We offer up some very interesting word problems to engage students. Prior to that, get ready to combine like terms again.
  8. Version 8 - Probability Word Problems and Expressions: We finish off the substituting in expressions and hit up a few probability problems.
  9. Version 9 - Algebraic Word Expressions and Exponents: This is the quickest of the entire grade level. You either know it or you don't.
  10. Version 10 - Function Tables: We work with advanced function tables on this worksheets. Note that the variables do change.

Advanced Level Sheets

  1. Version 1 - Isolating Variables, Interest: We decimals to the algebra mix and work on a simple interest problem.
  2. Version 2 - Hard Word Problems: Some very deep word problems. The second questions requires planning.
  3. Version 3 - Writing Inequalities and Expressions: Each problem will require your to read it several times to make sure you have it right.
  4. Version 4 - Equivalent Expressions: This is a really neat way of bringing all skills into one set of problems.
  5. Version 5 - Hard Time Based Word Problems: This is a really well written word problem that reflects every day travel.
  6. Version 6 - Pythagorean Theorem: A little A squared plus b squared equals c squared, if you know what I mean.
  7. Version 7 - Slope and Point of a Line: You might want to have graph paper handy for them when doing this so that they can check their answers.
  8. Version 8 - Slope and y-intercept: These are tough concepts for kids at first. The more practive that they can get, the better.
  9. Version 9 - Inequalities: The inequalities can take some time for students. The absolute value problems are a bit of a reminder.
  10. Version 10 - Completing Expressions and Volume: This worksheet is more of a puzzle than skill builder. Once you crack the first problem, it's all down hill from there.