Grade 7 – A handy set of grade appropriate worksheets for substitute teachers to use.

The following worksheets can be left for a substitute teacher if you have to be out of the classroom for a day or more. Each sheet has an activity that fits within the Seventh Grade curriculum, including subjects such as algebra, language skills, graphing, writing practice, geometry, reading comprehension, exponents, and more. These worksheets can also be used as part of a standard lesson plan, extra credit work, quiet time activities, and more.

Please note that in some cases, answer keys have been provided. These must be printed separately, as they are not included with the main page.

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Linear Equations

Using a sheet of graph paper, ruler and pencil, graph the following equations on the same Cartesian graph.

Rhyming Couplets

Students will write a series of rhyming couplets according to the directions and examples provided.

What's Your Angle?

Students will measure and label the angles of different figures.


Students will add, subtract, and multiply numbers with exponents, according to the directions.

How Many?

Students will answer the question of how many, based on popular sayings, measurement conversions, and more.

Guitar Maze!

Students will find their way through this musical maze.

Spelling Lesson

Students will fill in the blanks using the words from the provided word bank.


Students will measure and label the angles of different figures.


Students will add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions, as well as determine lowest common denominator.

A Word Search to Remember!

Students will find and circle adjectives from the provided word bank, then use leftover letters to reveal a hidden message.

Take the Challenge

Students will fill in the grid blanks to ensure all columns and rows have the correct answer.

A Crazy Maze

Students will try to find their way through this very intricate maze.

Compare Wars

Compare and Contrast the following and state what is similar for all three in the middle Venn Diagram.

Math Review- Algebra

Students will practice algebraic functions such as gathering like terms, solving for variables, and more.

Algebra Review

Students will use algebraic equations to convert the information presented in word problems and find the answers.


Students will create and label Cartesian graphs using the information provided.

Athlete Logic

Students will solve a logic puzzle about the travels of famous sports figures.

Electric Bikes

Students will read a short passage about electric bicycles and answer questions.

Absence Accidentally

Students will use the provided word bank to fill in the blanks, connect definitions, and more.

Combine Like Terms

Students will use the rules of algebra to combine like terms and solve the equations.

 Acrostic Poetry

Students will create poems using acrostics, as in the example provided.

Diamante Poetry-Diamond Shaped!

Students will create a diamante poem as per the instructions and provided example.

Blockhead Math

Students will fill in the blanks in the grid to ensure that all columns and rows have the correct answers.

R Action Verbs

Students will unscramble words beginning with the letter R, and use designated letters to reveal a secret message.

Algebraic Expressions

Students will translate word problems into their equivalent algebraic formulas.

What's the Context?

Students will define designated words by using context clues found within the sentences.