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This activity combines the skill of writing algebraic expressions with the classic board game CLUE. Students will use the clues they gather from correctly writing algebraic expressions to solve the mystery of Who Killed Mr. X. Pression.
This kit offers two ways to use this activity.
Use as a Sc

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Angle of Elevation and Depression Math Lib
In this activity, students will generate pieces to a story as they move throughout ten stations. They will practice solving angle of elevation and depression word problems. Their answer to each station will give them a piece of their story (who, doing what

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Factoring Quadratic Expressions Color Worksheet #2. 25 problems on factoring quadratic expressions with leading coefficients of 1 and factors of 9 or less. The coloring portion makes a symmetric design that helps students self check their answers and makes it easy for teachers to grade. Perfect f

Help students remember the properties of equality and the real numbers with these colorful posters!
Ready to print, laminate and hang in your classroom.
Includes the following properties:
*Commutative
*Associative
*Identity
*Symmetric
*Reflexive
*Transitive
*Addition
*Subtraction
*Multiplication

Display the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice in style with these fun, colorful math standards posters!
Each standard is listed and then summarized in a kid friendly "I can" language.
All 8 standards are included, with a bonus student handout page with all 8 standards listed on one p

This is a great foldable for any interactive math journal and focuses on the difference between an indpendent and a dependent variable especially in constant speed situations. This foldable provides students with not only the definition of each term but also several opportunities to practice idenitf

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Factoring Quadratic Expressions Color Worksheet #3. 25 problems on factoring special quadratic expressions with leading coefficients of 1 and all terms with factors of 9 or less. All of the problems are based on the sum and difference of two squares. The coloring portion makes a symmetric design

In this activity, students will discover the sum of interior angles formula of any polygon by following counting the triangles in a polygon and following the pattern from triangle to decagon as well the measure of each interior angle in a regular polygon.
no need to give dull lessons in introducing

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Speed, accuracy, and a ton of fun all rolled into this snowy activity. Groups of 4 work together to answer review problems. As they work their way through the activity a snow man is being built.
This review includes:
identifying the slope from an equation
identifying the y-intercept from an equ

This maze is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at solving two-step absolute value equations. This maze has 14 two-step absolute value equations that must be solved.
Not all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just trying to figure out the cor

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Practice solving equations while having fun with this big packet of games! Solving one step, two step and multi-step equations each have their own game, plus one game with all of them mixed up!
CHECKERS GAME
Topic: One step equations. In this version of checkers students must solve one s

Students use this form to correct questions they missed on a test. They are required to explain why thy missed the problem and show how to get the correct answer.

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I taught middle school math and the concept of simplifying algebraic expressions seemed to be a hurdle my students just couldn't master. They seemed to think that x's could be added to x^2's or y's could be added to x's. They even added x's to numbers! What is a teacher to do? A fellow teacher g

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This is a lesson for students to complete before learning about this topic at the beginning of a unit as a discovery lab. The teacher will guide students during this activity, but students will make their own observations, discoveries, and conclusions. This approach works well for students at all l

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After students learn how to solve systems by elimination, substitution, and graphing, this activity is the perfect icing for your proverbial cake! I designed the graphic organizer to help students break the problem-solving process into bite-sized pieces, and it has really helped!
Using 6 scenari

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A twist on the traditional "matching" assessment, this "quiz" assesses students' understanding of several properties of exponents.
First, students work together to match specific expressions to equivalent, more simplified expressions. As needed, students are asked to completely simplify any expr

This is an amazing race activity over Identifying Independent and Dependent Variables. There are 8 scenarios such as "Chloe charges $12 per hour for babysitting". The scenarios are posted around the room. The scenario is on the outside and the question and answer choices are located underneath the f

Display the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice in style with these fun, colorful math standards posters!
Each standard is listed and then summarized in a kid friendly "I can" language.
All 8 standards are included, with a bonus student handout page with all 8 standards listed on one p

2 pages of notes to introduce students to solving systems of equations by graphing.
20 problems for teams to solve in a relay race game.
The teams will solve each system & record the words corresponding with each solution in the spaces at the bottom of the pages. When a team has completed a

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In this inquiry based, discovery activity students graph a line to find the slope and y-intercept and then compare those numbers to the equation. The goal of this activity is to help students make observations about the information that can be found in the equation of a line in slope-intercept form.

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Scatter Plot Correlations Task Cards & Around the Room Activity
Students will determine the expected correlation (positive, negative or no correlation) between a pair of data sets in 18 situations. This resource is a great complement to the functions unit with Scatter Plots. Works well for coll

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This is an awesome foldable for any interactive math journal. Understanding the complexities of ratios, simplifying ratios and comparing ratios is difficult for many students. This foldable will simplify the process and ensure that they are ratio professionals in no time at all.
This foldable break

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This exciting new resource is designed for your students to learn their Algebra vocabulary as never before. The GOOGLE® based interactive notebook engages your students as they interact with mathematics, learn proper terminology, and be creative. Great Project!!
There are 80 vocabulary words bui

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This is a set of 2 mazes designed to give students practice simplifying rational expressions without using a plain worksheet. When I give my students activities like this, I usually ask that they turn in a sheet of paper that has all of their work on it so that I can see they actually figured the pr

This is a coloring activity on finding the slope of two points for 16 problems. Students will color the picture according to the correct answer for each problem. I used 8 colors in the design and I put in 2 different designs. The "A" design goes with the flower problems and the "B" problems go wi

We Have a Match - Graphing Systems of Equations is a 2 page worksheet for partners. One partner solves a system by graphing; a second partner solves a system by graphing. Partners share their solutions which should be the same if the work is correct. The partner practice is self-checking in that

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***This game includes: 7 pages of evaluating expression questions, student recording sheet, and an answer key.***
To play:
1) Cut each question page in half to separate the question boxes. You will have 14 questions. Each question asks students to solve the two-step inequality.
2) Hang the 14 qu

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A fun foldable to review or teach the Normal Distribution Curve. Questions are multiple choice and students must determine which statement it true.

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QUADRATICS
CLASSROOM READY.....STUDENT TESTED AND APPROVED
QUICK...FUN...INCLUSIVE...GREAT TO START A CLASS...GREAT FOR REVIEW
14 Cards
Key Concepts:
= Zeros
= X-intercepts
= Axes of Symmetry
= Minimum
= Maximum
= Quadratic
= Parabola
= Second Differences
TEACHER INSTRUCTIONS:
* Photocopy t

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Solving Two Step Equations: This 16 problem coloring activity allows students to practice solving two step equations. Some equations include fractions and decimals. The color to the correct answer corresponds with the problem number on the coloring sheet. Final product is a colorful parrot. This res

This is a one-sided practice page with 9 questions over what I like to call "mini word problems." The students practice defining a variable, working with the inequality description such as "Andrew's homework is to solve no more than 50 questions," identifying any 3 solutions that make the inequality

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This is a simple foldable that fits in a 3-ring binder. Notes are provided on 3 ways to solve systems of equations and there is space for students to work an example or two.
The foldable provides support for these Common Core State Standards:
• CCSS.Math.Content.HSA-CED.A.2 Create equations in

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Algebra. Sort and classify Real Numbers with Interactive Google® Slides. Paperless and NO Prep for you with free printable sorting mat for extra practice.
In this fun activity your students work their way through six slides sorting 34 numbers into sub groups: Natural (Counting) numbers, Whole nu

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One Step Equations with GOOGLE® Slides - No Prep and Paperless - Easy to Use
Solving One – Step Equations has never been this much fun! On each of twenty –four slides your students solve the equation by dragging the fun numbers and symbols onto the workspace. Each variable, exponent, and sym

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★ Do your students need more practice and to learn all the Exponent Laws? These worksheets are perfect to teach, review, or reinforce Exponent skills! ★ These worksheets cover all 9 laws of Exponents and may be used to glue in interactive notebooks, used as classwork, homework, quizzes, etc. Tips,

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Multiplying and Dividing Monomials Foldables Pack
This product includes the following:
Identifying Monomials Foldable
Product of Powers Foldable
Power of a Power Foldable
Power of a Product Foldable
Quotient of Powers Foldable
Power of a Quotient Foldable
Zero Exponent Foldable
Simplifying Monomi

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There are twenty cards in this sort. 12 are equations and 8 are tables. Students sort the cards into two categories, either linear or not linear.
The card sort supports Common Core State Standard.8.F.B.5 Describe qualitatively the functional relationship between two quantities by analyzing a gr

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This maze activity helps students practice solving multi-step equations. This fun game includes some problems with fractions and negative integers. It is an engaging way to get students practicing. Great as bell work, classwork, or homework 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade.
Included in this resource:
3 maz

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This is a graphic organizer foldable used to help students differentiate and understand everything there is to know about discrete and continuous graphs. The student puts the foldable together with a few folds and cuts. Next, they trim out all of the information: 2 definitions, 12 examples, and 2 gr

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This is a great foldable for any interactive math journal and focuses on the key terms used in algebra—exponent, variable, coefficient, term, expression, and equivalent expression. This foldable gives students the chance to define the term with scaffolded notes and then instantly gives them a chance

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Problems can be solved in a variety of ways. This packet contains 6 classroom wall printables and a set of printables for student interactive notebooks to provide a framework for approaching problems. Not all strategies will work on all problems. Still, it is helpful for students to have differen

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CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.EE.C.8.B
Solve systems of two linear equations in two variables algebraically, and estimate solutions by graphing the equations.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSA.REI.C.5
Prove that, given a system of two equations in two variables, replacing one equation by the sum of that equation and a m

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Beginning with sixth grade through Algebra I, students struggle to take the language of math and translate it into numbers and symbols. This 26-question matching worksheet has a range of expressions from easy to difficult and can be used for instruction, practice or assessment.
Answer sheet that p

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Do your students struggle to find the variables let alone which one is independent or dependent?
The first practice page helps the student first just identify the variables. The student records the 3 criteria used to identify the variables in any situation (without using the question) and then is

This is a foldable that covers Solving one-step, two-step, distributive property, combining like terms, distributive property with combining like terms and variables on both sides equations.
There are 6 labeled flaps. The student is given 6 equations, cuts them out, glues them under the correct fl

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Before you start the more complicated Algebra concepts, like adding and subtracting polynomials, students MUST master basic concepts of polynomials. This pack provides the following to make sure your students are READY to master Algebra:
Special Polynomial Guided Notes
*Special Polynomials Cut and

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This game is a class activity that will get students practicing solving multi-step equations with integers and fractions. The whole class will be engaged while practicing this concept.
This resource includes:
-30 Question Cards
-36 Unique Bingo Game Cards
-Answer Key
-Bingo Chips

Factoring quadratics made fun! Are your students tired of doing boring worksheets? Get them out of their seats and moving around with a fun scavenger hunt! This self-checking scavenger hunt consists of 12 quadratic expressions that must be factored. NONE OF THE QUADRATICS HAVE LEADING COEFFICIEN

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Solving Two Step Equations: This 20 problem self-checking coloring activity allows students to practice solving two step equations. All solutions as integers (to minimize computational errors with fractions and decimals) allowing students to focus more on the algebraic concept of solving equations.

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Great Activity for Solving and Graphing Inequalities, Paperless and No Prep for you!
In this fun interactive activity for Google™ Slides your students practice solving inequalities of one variable. There are 15 one-step and multi-step problems plus one application. For the first 15 problems th

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After a test or a quiz, students are able to correct any errors made, receiving credit for their work. In order to get points back, students show work with the new answer, describe mistakes, and state whether the error was conceptual or computational.
Students also complete a section explaining

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