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14 page checklist includes BOTH Part 1 (Linear)and Part 2 (Non-Linear).
I created this checklist as a review guide for my students in Algebra 1, but it also serves well as a pre-assessment for Algebra 2. There are 56 basic algebra skills, separated into two subcategories: linear and non-linear. Each

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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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Completing the Square - Cheat Sheet
This is a great one page cheat sheet which clearly shows and explains the steps involved when completing the square.
Standard and two versions of vertex form are included.
Your choice of a black and white version or a color version emphasizes the square.

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Conic Sections Cheat Sheet - Foldable for Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, and Hyperbola. Graph paper included!
*** UPDATED *** Now with highlighted a,b, and c lengths AND a version with parametric equations.
Create a foldable or just pass out the Conic cheat sheet, the choice is yours.
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There are 2 pages worth of material. The first page is meant as an introduction to solving absolute value inequalities. The second is a chart to use to actually solve absolute value inequalities.
Interactive Notebooks are a new way to share information with students. They are meant to replace repe

Long Division of Polynomials Cheat Sheet
This is a quick one page cheat sheet that ends all confusion when dividing polynomials.
Two side by side examples of long division clarifies the mystery!
Another example is provided with thought bubbles.
I have found that this is the BEST way to illustra

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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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Exponents
Foldable, Cheat Sheet or Fill-in Notes
This is the ultimate guide for the Laws of Exponents. Pass out the cheat sheet or create a simple foldable.
27 thoughtful examples reinforce the laws.
Thought bubbles have been added as an aid to strengthen the concepts.
The following concepts

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Logarithmic Properties
Foldable, Cheat Sheet or Fill-in Notes
This is the ultimate guide for the properties of logs. Pass out the cheat sheet or create a simple foldable.
33 thoughtful examples reinforce the properties.
Thought bubbles have been added as an aid to strengthen the concepts.
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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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This is a handout designed as a reference sheet for the Rules of Exponents. For each rule, it gives a quick description of the rule, an example using variables, and a numerical example.
Algebra 1 Common Core Standard: N.RN.1, N.RN.2

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This is a detailed set of notes that I give to my students at the beginning of a unit. I tried to make the descriptions in "kid" friendly language. Each sections includes examples so that students can see the application.
Included in this set of notes are:
Multiple Representations of Functions
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End Behavior of Polynomials Cheat Sheet or Foldable.
Create a foldable or just pass out the End Behavior cheat sheet, the choice is yours.
I have found that this is the BEST way to teach end behavior.
Your students will understand this concept in 5 minutes guaranteed!!! If they do not, then ple

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Conic Sections Cheat Sheet plus Foldables is designed for PreCalculus or Algebra 2 and can be used as a reference in Calculus 2 or AP Calculus BC. Included: A one page Full Reference Handout (cheat sheet) with formulas for all four conic sections. Two versions of 4 foldables, one with the formulas

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This is a great foldable for any interactive math journal and focuses on the fact that some key words that include than tell us to work backwards when translating expressions. Because this is a tricky concept for kids to remember, this entire foldable is dedicated to this one skill. Students will ta

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This pacing guide includes concepts, vocabulary words, essential questions, and a place for teacher reflection on things to change for next year. Curriculum is broken down by one unit per page and is paced by days and quarters on the top row of each unit.
This pacing guide is based on sequential un

These notes go along with factoring trinomials unit. They start off with examples showcasing that Factoring is simply reverse multiplication. Then the notes move into factoring trinomials, using the "X" game method (a*c method). This method has students multiply the first and last coefficients to f

Struggling to teach graphing rational functions? Then this resource is for you! This product includes both a blank version as well as 2 possible answer keys, however any rational function can be modeled using this organizer. Use this tool to teach students how to graph any rational function with min

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This notes template will help students learn to factor trinomials of the form ax^2 + bx + c when a=1 or a≠1 using the box method.
Since students benefit from the box strategy for multiplying polynomials, why not use the box as a model for factoring?
My algebra students enjoy notes templates like

This is a great foldable for any interactive math journal and focuses on the different aspects of constant speed in the 6th grade common core. Because this is a tricky concept for kids to remember, this entire foldable is dedicated to this one skill. Students will take notes, write equations, look a

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This is a formula sheet/study guide of useful matrices formulas such as:
- multiplying matrices
- determinants of 2x2 and 3x3 matrices (two methods for 3x3)
- area of a triangle using a 3x3 matrix
- Cramer’s Rule for solving a 2x2 system of linear equations
- finding the inverse of a 2x2 matrix:

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I use these notes to introduce students to graphing linear inequalities. All of these inequalities are given in slope-intercept form and the student is required to graph it using the correct type of line and proper shading. I go over what type of line to use (dotted or solid) and where to shade (abo

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