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This Algebra 1 spiral review resource can easily be used as spiral math HOMEWORK, spiral math WARM UPS, or a DAILY MATH REVIEW! This spiral math review was designed to keep math concepts fresh all year and to simplify your homework or warm up routines. All pages are 100% EDITABLE an

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These activity sheets will help students make connections between linear graphs, equations, tables of values, and the stories they represent. This resource is one of my favorites and best sellers!
Included are 6 different sheets, each with a different scenario and a different rep

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BOOM! POW! WHAMO! If those words remind you of your 7th Period Class, I... think you need to find someone that can help you. If your kids dig comics and comic-book movies. This might be perfect for them!
Turn your Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus classroom into Superhero City while teaching the useful sk

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This activity bundle is designed for an algebra student who is learning exponential functions for the very first time. The main topics in this bundle include an introduction to exponential functions,
characteristics of exponential functions, graphing exponential functions with transformations, appli

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n American culture people have an affinity for launching birds, pheasants and other sorts of fowl at oblivious targets with a sling shot. Where does this fascination come from? Nobody knows. Nonetheless, it makes for an interesting quadratic function application. Are you ready to help out costumed P

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As your students try to sneak cell phone usage into your lesson, make them consider the costs associated with international travel!
In this project, you will receive three separate assignments.
In “Cell Phone Comparison” students will become familiar with writing linear equations from cell phone

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with algebra. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hop

Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length previe

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Every minute of relief can count for something. Once medicine enters the blood stream it will soon have its most powerful effect because it has its highest concentration. Over time the concentration reduces and once it reaches a certain level, the medicine will no longer be effective. The concentrat

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Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length preview

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Have you tried to find quick assessments for ALGEBRA 1?
So have I! After giving up the search, I made my own.
This MEGA BUNDLE provides 48 mini-assessments for all the Algebra 1, Common Core standards;
Number Quantity: NQ.1-3 (3 assessments)
Creating Equations: CED.1-4 (4 assessments)
Reasoning

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up geometry! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with practice. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hopefu

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A series of 11 printables covering:
1: graphing absolute value functions w/o calculator
2: graphing quadratics w/o calculator
3: graphing radical functions w/o calculator
4: graphing calculator buttons for graphing quadratics, radicals and absolute value
5: graphing polynomials
6: logarithm facts
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This foldable provides an introduction to piecewise and step functions. Students are provided with a total of 8 examples, where they will need to either state the domain given the graph and equations of a piecewise or step function OR create the graph given the equation and domain.
Students should

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Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you.
This packet of scaffolded notes is perf

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up geometry! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with practice. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hopefu

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This activity will get your students out of their seats and working cooperatively in small groups. They will use their knowledge of graphing functions in order to solve problems.
This is one of my favorite activities to do as a review & as a way to deepen students’ understanding of concepts th

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up geometry! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with practice. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hopefu

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In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The material includes vertical and horizontal transfor

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This document includes an assessment that can be used as an end of year algebra exam OR it can be used as a practice test for the End of Year PARCC Test (EOY). This was created with the sample EOY test as a model. Another option is to integrate the questions into classwork/homework during the week

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I used this flip book as an introduction to Special Functions. It has a cover page, pages for piecewise, step, greatest integer, and absolute value functions, and a page with 3 practice problems. To assemble the book, students should cut on all the dashed lines, stack the pages, and staple a coupl

In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The material includes vertical and horizontal transfor

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BUNDLED for 50% savings!
Three unique small-group activities encourage students to analyze parent functions and their reflections, horizontal shifts, and vertical shifts.
Each activity requires students to match "personality clues" to a variety of equations. All three activities

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This product covers the domains of Algebra, Functions, Numbers and Quantity, and Probability and Statistics, and includes:
- Task Cards by standard (306 total questions)
- Answer Keys by standard
- Student answer sheets
Each standard adopted by Louisiana for Algebra 1 is covered, however cards c

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Spot the mistake!
Eight quadratic and polynomial problems have been solved, but errors have been made. Students must spot the error, and then complete the problem correctly.
Problems include factoring, the quadratic formula, completing the square, graphing, finding the vertex, par

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This is the first lesson in an eight-lesson unit on Functions and Graphs for students enrolled in Pre-Calculus Honors.
Students will be able to:
★ Determine whether a relation represents a function
★ Find the value of a function
★ Find the domain of a function
★ Evaluate a functi

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This is a fun activity where students can graph linear equations using different colors for each line. The equations are in slope intercept form. Student just need to find the slope and x- and y- intercepts, then graph. This helps student get more comfortable with graphing.
Take a Look!

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At times, I was frustrated teaching more challenging content when it was obvious many in the class needed extra help on easier stuff. I developed this idea of a Boot Camp to reinforce those skills, but allowing others to accelerate on their own!
Students will take a Pre-Assessment and will be assig

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

This is a complete lesson plan on graphing exponential functions in the coordinate plane.
This lesson includes an opening activity, minilesson with guided steps through the process, examples, class activities and a worksheet for homework. Answer keys included.
Common Core standards for High Scho

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This activity asks students to use a table of values, slope-intercept form, and finding the intercepts. Students should have multiple strategies for graphing linear equations.
This activity can be used as practice or an assessment. It comes with two versions and a rubric. I us

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This is a complete lesson plan for a double-period class (or it can be split up for two classes) on the different types of functions and what their graphs look like.
This lesson covers Linear, Quadratic, Exponential, and Absolute Value functions. (Examples of a Cubic Function, Square Root Function

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ALGEBRA 1 TEST PREP set 2
Help your students prepare for Algebra 1 state testing with these task cards.
This resource also includes a paper version of the same problems for use as homework, intervention, test, etc.
Task cards are a popular math classroom resource, including test prep!
Teachers lo

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This is a quick and fun activity for students to review their knowledge of Slopes and Intercepts of a line. Students in groups have fun cutting out and solving problems relating to slope and x- or y-intercepts of a line. They will chain them together by finding the answer on the top one of the prob

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Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length preview

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Fun and creative small group activity requires students to think critically about the characteristics of parent functions.
Students match 33 “personality” clues to the equations of six parent functions.
Includes answer key and a whole-class follow-up with full page large graphs--great as wall

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This document is 184 pages long and has over 300 questions that can be used as review for the New York State Algebra Regents Exam. The questions are modeled after questions that have been asked on previous Common Core Regents Exams. Included in the file is an answer key, with detailed solutions to t

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Students will:
-Identify key features of graphs of quadratic functions.
-Graph quadratic functions in standard form using a table of values.
-Graph quadratic functions from standard form by finding the axis of symmetry, vertex, and y-intercept.
Includes everything you need to teach this lesson in o

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This is the second lesson in an eight-lesson unit on Functions and Graphs for students enrolled in Pre-Calculus Honors.
Students will be able to:
★ Find the domain and range of a function
★ Determine intervals on which the function is increasing, decreasing, or constant
★ Determin

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This is a complete lesson plan for a double-period class. The lesson introduces a system of equations where one equation is quadratic and the other is linear. Students solve the system by graphing to find the point(s) where the graphs intersect.
There are several activities and examples to give stu

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Interpreting FUNCTIONS
ASSESS EVERY STANDARD
Have you tried to find quick assessments for Common Core Algebra?
So have I!
After giving up the search, I made my own.
The result is this packet of ten formative assessments that cover the following standards; F.IFInt1, F.IF1, F.IF2, F.IF3, F.IF4,

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This Algebra Common Core Unit Test will assess your students’ understanding of Quadratic Functions
for Common Core Algebra 1.
Included topics:
Quadratic Functions
Parabolas
Shifting and Stretching Quadratic Graphs
Completing the Square
Finding Zeros
Using the Zero Product Law
Quadratic Applicati

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There are two versions included in this product. Each version includes a page of graphs and a page with 16 cards with equations on them. The students will match the graph and the corresponding linear equation. The cards with the equations will be cut and there are 16 cards. Each card will be pla

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Engage students in this exploration activity introducing the concept of exponential functions! Students will graph and write an exponential function from data, distinguish between linear and exponential functions, and reason quantitatively in the context of a fun real world problem.
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Six stations provide practice in finding factors and roots of quadratic equations both a = 1 and a > 1. The stations require critical thinking, and involve working from factors, from roots, and from equations. The stations make a good review activity for solving quadratic equations by factoring

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This is a complete lesson plan for a double-period class. The lesson continues from Pt. I with solving a system of equations where one equation is quadratic and the other is linear.
In this lesson, students use technology (graphing calculator) to solve systems. Students will also apply the solution

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Included are two complete lesson plans for two double-period classes.
The first lesson introduces a system of equations where one equation is quadratic and the other is linear. Students solve the system by graphing to find the point(s) where the graphs intersect.
The second lesson continues from

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Task-Based Learning gets students intrinsically motivated to learn math! No longer do you need to do a song and dance to get kids interested and excited about learning. The tasks included in this unit, followed by solidifying notes and practice activities, will guarantee that students understand t

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Set includes 18 different daily warm ups, each with an answer key.
This set of warmups is great for review of the Algebra 1 Common Core standards each day. I have these waiting on the students' desks when they come in, and after a set amount of time we go over the answers together, usually with sev

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This easy foldable covers 7 types of functions:
• Linear
• Constant
• Quadratic
• Exponential
• Absolute Value
• Square Root
• Cube Root
In this foldable students are matching the function name to a sample equation and a sample graph. It is a great study tool as well as a quick reference guide for

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With Linear Function - Human Graphs you will get students to model graphs of linear functions with their bodies. This activity is designed where students draw, create, tape a coordinate axis and model their function with their bodies through solutions. It is able to be revised given your available

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Two-for-One Deal: Unit provides easy-to-follow notes and practice problems for graphing the reflections, vertical shifts, and horizontal shifts of linear, absolute value, quadratic, cubic, rational, and square root functions.
Each section encourages students to discover how the

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