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Math C.R.O.CCS.....Comprehensive Review of Common Core Standards! This is one piece of a larger review that we are in the process of creating. What you get in this file is 9 "Think Algebra Thursday" templates that cover standards 3OA4, 3OA5, 3OA6, 3OA9 and 3NBT3. Designed to be used as handouts fo

This is a lesson on how to build the concept of equation in the minds of the students using different situations. Equations are oftentimes seen very vague or abstract by the students and actually, several of them solve the plain equations without an idea on what is the real significance of doing it.

This lesson is designed for the overhead projector, but it is highly encouraged that you also reproduce these pages for your students to take notes along with you as you lead them through this lesson. A teacher's guide is included for convenient reference.
The lesson begins by introducing two pare

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What you get in this file is 9 "Think Algebra Thursday" templates that cover standards 3OA4, 3OA5, 3OA6, 3OA9 and 3NBT3. Designed to be used as handouts for the students or projected during math recursive review/ warm up/ or morning work times. This will keep your students practicing the standards

I use this with my students in Algebra. I make a foldable with them and instruct them to fill in the steps, and then we do an example to illustrate the steps with them. They have their own foldable on hand with them all the time. I typed it up so that I could turn it into a poster sized sheet, la

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What you get in this file is 9 "Think Algebra Thursday" templates that cover standards 3OA4, 3OA5, 3OA6, 3OA9 and 3NBT3. Designed to be used as handouts for the students or projected during math recursive review/ warm up/ or morning work times. This will keep your students practicing the standards

Shows how to read the slope and intercept from a variety of linear equations. (Shows some that students typically misread.) Can also be a handout.

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There are 5 applications in business, engineering, and health where formulas or expressions involve radicals or rational exponents. Students are asked to change form from radical to exponent or vice versa, or rationalize the denominator. These problems are appropriate to Algebra II or PreCalculus
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This is a set of printable algebra tiles for your overhead projector. You just need to print them onto transparencies, cut and use.
There are 8 tiles representing x squared and -x squared, 10 representing x and -x, and 12 iltes representing -1 and +1 for a total of 60 tiles.
Teacher Author: Kryst

The distributive axiom is the basis for the multiplication algorithm involving factors with multiple digits, and it is also the fastest way to do mental math. While it is increasingly added to elementary math texts, the coverage is often sketchy, misplaced, and poorly integrated. In addition, no obv

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The distributive axiom can seem rather abstract to elementary students, so teaching it through concrete geometric patterns can help to clarify the concept. In these slides, the distributive axiom is approached by treating the multiplier as the number of rows or columns and chopping the line of objec

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A brief handout for use in teaching or reviewing the concepts of adding and subtracting with negative numbers. Uses examples of temperatures on a thermometer.

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Worksheets, in class lessons with direct instructions (answers are included in non-free version).
There are 49 questions of Algebra 1 level.
About 30 questions include Order of Operations.
About 20 questions include fractions: add, subtract, multiply, divide
About 10 questions simplifying fractions

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Over the years, I have created a collection of different sizes of graph paper grids for students to use when working on their homework.
Most have lines or space to work next to the grids, which can easily be used to create a table of values. Some have axes, some don't. I even included a number l

This is a graphic organizer that can be used when teaching absolute value inequalities. My students love to have information organized this way rather than having to take traditional notes in class. They are much more likely to reference a graphic organizer than pages of notes they took during a lec

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This is a notes sheet for adding positive and negative numbers. It can be projected onto an overhead, copied and given to students for reference, or entered into SMART notebook.

This package is comprised of 93 daily warm ups that take no more than 5 minutes. This a complete set of warm ups that I have used for my 1st semester Algebra 1 students.
I like to print them out on a half sheet and have them on their desk when they enter the classroom so that they have something t

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Twp applications, one requires reading a graph, for absolute value inequalities. Color. Use as transparency or as a handout.

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Shows the meaning of "solution" with definition and examples. Also asks a question for discussion. Can be a handout.

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The organized set-up and equations for solving word problems that use linear systems. Students look at the set-up and come up with a problem that fits. this requires them to pay attention to algebraic expressions, what they mean, and the thinking behind the solution. Can be a transparency for class

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