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Get ready to travel across the USA during math class! Students are told their beginning location and their final destination for the first three problems, then they get to create their own adventures for the last three problems. The map of the USA is overlaid with a coordinate plane. Students find t

This worksheet is intended for independent practice, such as homework. An answer key is included. When students complete the puzzle it will reveal the name of a Hispanic American hero. Assignment is ideal for anytime between September 15 and October 15.

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SOLVE Quadratic Equations by FACTORING
Black History Month is in February. If you need an activity to highlight the accomplishments of African Americans, consider this math activity.
Students will solve quadratic equations by factoring. The letters assigned to each equation will reveal the follow

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Also included in: ALGEBRA SKILLS - BLACK HISTORY emphasis

The Untold Tale Activity presents ten algebraic and geometric problems (along with applications of logic) in a story book setting.
Use the two 8.5" x 11" colored masters to produce enough colored back-to-back copies for a classroom set. It is advisable to have the copies laminated for future use.

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This includes the hieroglyphic number system and Egyptian unit fractions. It is can be used a worksheet or guided notes on ancient Egyptian mathematics.

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Students will do a discovery lab with M & M's that ask them to compare their results to what is happening in the world with HIV. This lab allows teacher to bring globalization and sociology into the classroom.

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This project asks students to consider how population might have grown if the Biblical theory of young earth creationism is true (Earth is between 6,000 and 10,000 years old). The main topic from algebra is exponential growth. Students would benefit from the use of a graphing calculator throughout

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There are 8 system of equation word problems with visuals for ESL students. These problems work great as math stations.

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This is a group/individual activity where students get to see exponential decay in real life, understand why it happens, find growth rates, and practice calculating expected values. By the end of the activity, students will be ready to have a rich conversation about functions theoretically approach

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This is the answer key to the activity named "Exponential Function - Car depreciation." I highly, highly recommend purchasing this because, not only are the answers including, but 4 additional tips for enriching instruction and incorporating graphs/visual representations.
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This is a 24 page bundle with activities for all language learner levels. A The bundle includes a vocabulary page consisting of two sections: words pertaining to Valentine's Day, and matrimony and Romeo and Giulietta. Two practice vocabulary sections follow. For upper level students there is a co

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