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This is a set of 30 relations, one per 8-1/2 by 11 sheet of paper/cardstock. Some of the relations are functions; some are not. The relations come in 4 formats: graphs (both discrete and continuous), tables, mappings, and sets of ordered pairs. I use these cards in multiple ways to ask the students

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Also included in: Functions Unit Bundle (A2A, A12A, A12B)

Have you ever wondered how to help students that are using their fingers and stick figures to compute, or using a calculator to find the solution to a basic arithmetic problem? Fluency comes when students develop number sense. One of the best methods for teaching number sense strategies and basic

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5/22/19 I added 2 assignments.9/23/2018 I added 6 assignments that can be printed or done at socrative.9/1/2018 I added 6 assignments that can be printed or done at socrative.Included in this zip folder are a Power Point Presentation, 10 PDF assignment files and a PDF template that coincides with As

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Students will get to play an all time favorite game with an inequality twist.
Directions: Use two sets of transparent colored chips. Each player will roll a die on each turn. The number on the die will represent the value of x on that turn and will determine which column the player will be able

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This activity is designed to give students practice using the product rule for exponents. Students are to simplify each expression. Each simplified expression will have either exponents that are even numbers or exponents that are odd numbers. All expressions with even numbered exponents are to be co

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LOGIC PUZZLES - SUPER BOWL edition
Engage and excite your students with this set of puzzles for SUPER BOWL season!
(or use it anytime you want to challenge their brains with careful reading and thinking skills)
Included in this resource are 5 logic puzzles on separate pages, set up with grids and r

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This is a power point activity that can be used to strengthen student speed and accuracy of problems related to properties of logarithms.
On each slide, a problem will appear for a short amount of time, followed by the correct answer. The times are set in the power point ranging from 7-15 second

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I use this activity as an assessment to measure the students ability to use spacial orientation as they recreate the three-dimensional perspective diagrams onto isometric dot paper.
I have provided a side-by-side key as well as a copy of my original drawings as well as a copy of blank isometric dot

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This is a set of 40 Quiz Cards pertaining to Box and Whisker Plots. There are several different activities you can do in your classroom using Quiz Cards and these cards will work for each activity.
These cards are easy to assemble. Print the cards on printer paper or cardstock. Cut the cards along

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The first of six categories in Bloom's Taxonomy of cognitive learning involves the recall or recognition of specific facts, procedural patterns, and concepts that serve in the development of intellectual abilities and skills. Memory games can facilitate the acquisition of such knowledge in a nontra

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A simple skills poster that aims to explain, in simple terms, what an Irrational Number is.
One important distinction of irrational numbers, is that even if a number sometimes might go on to infinity, it doesn't mean that it is an irrational number. This poster aims to help students understand this

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Students seem to struggle with systems of equations and I wanted to come up with something fun and visual to help them get the hang of them. This worksheet was the result. It takes simple clip-art pictures and relates them with two equations. The students then have to figure out what the value of

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A complete presentation with all the visuals for introducing Binary conversions. Instructions written by a CS teacher who has performed magic for more than 40 years. The magic trick is fool proof and requires no special talents other than being able to add and subtract. Masters are provided for the

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Estimating Square Roots
Students practice estimating the square root of non-percent square numbers.

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This is a drill worksheet where students can improve dividing and multiplying by 10, 100, and 1000. It will help their mental math skills.
*Because I upload my items as word documents, the formatting changes. If you are not able to fix this, please let me know, and I can provide a pdf version of t

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Much has been said about using mindful manipulations in math. There is great value in being able to see the structure of a mathematical expression or equation and utilizing that structure to solve or evaluate a more complex math statement.
This set of task cards provides practice using mindful math

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I Have... Who has? This activity is designed to be a quick review activity of the 6 trig values for angles on the unit circle. There are 18 different slides, which connect together in a loop, so it doesn't matter which card is the first card. I have about 36 students in each class, so I print out

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What is a Surd? This is a surprisingly slippery topic. As a teacher or tutor, we might have an understanding of what one is, but there are a lot of loopholes, traps and exceptions. This poster helps!
We have found in our research that explanations of Surds often omit certain pieces of important inf

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Linear Equations and FunctionsThe end of the semester is time to review important math concepts before the big math assessment test. Engage your students in a game format with 50 multiple choice questions about prime numbers.The timed powerpoint slides will display 50 Linear Equations and Functions

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This offering is a "mathacrostics" puzzle affording teachers and students another opportunity to practice and/or review finding limits using L'Hopital's Rule - or not. It is intended to help students prepare for the no-calculator part of the AB AP calculus test. For this reason (and several others)

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Thinking Outside The Box: 10 Logic Questions which help to develop collateral thinking. The questions are the best among 100 free questions from www.aplusclick.com/ThinkOutsideTheBox.htm

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