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Pi Day
Included in this packet are:
A 20 question web quest that students can use to learn some things about the number pi - including a little bit of history and some fun facts.
Some suggestions of web resources that can be used to research pi and Pi Day, including two video clips that could be

This is a great project for high school students taking Algebra 1, geometry, or Algebra 2. I did this project with my Algebra 2 class composed of 34 students, 8 of which are Limited English Proficient students and 2 are Exceptional Student Education students. They loved it! Students worked collabora

I am excited to say that I'm part of a one-to-one iPad initiative! This "apptivity" guides students through various apps on the iPad while engaging them in a problem-solving situation. QR codes, directions, and teacher notes are included. If you use the apptivity, will you please provide some fee

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This is a special bundle of two webquests that involve geometry. The first webquest, "A House For A Mouse," involves using geometry, the Lowe's website and the free Lego Designer software to create an analyze a custom house. The second webquest, "Cara Carvaholic," involves using the Pythagorean Th

This is a "Quest For Knowledge" (webquest) designed for students in their first semester of Algebra but could also be used by middle school students. The quest involves researching information about a college football sports comference. The collected is displayed in an eXcel spreadsheet. Students

This is a special bundle of two webquests that involve algebra. The first webquest, "Save Me A Seat," involves using algebra and information from the Internet to analyze a college football conference's stadium capacity.. The second webquest, "Smashing The Record Books," involves using the quadrati

Students select two cell phone plans to compare using the website www.whistelout.com/CellPhones and utilize their knowledge of systems of equations to answer guiding questions. A wonderful way to connect math to the real world.
A *PERFECT* option for an assessment that isn't multiple choice! :)

This is a breakout activity that was created using a Google Site and Google Forms. The students click on each picture to answer questions (coordinate plane, transformations, integers) that will help them unlock the digital boxes. The premise is that they are stuck in time (1980's) and they need to g

Add a little history to your math classroom! In this activity students will complete 12 literal equations problems. When the problems are matched to their equivalent equation, a mathematical masterpiece will be seen on the back of the cards. You can use the worksheet as practice or use the puzzle to

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This is a famous mathematician project.
There are 18 mathematicians featured in this project. Students read a short description of each mathematician and then match it to the list of mathematicians given.
Students should have the internet available to them for this assignment. I give a suggestio

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This product contains a printable activity packet to guide students in discovering the transformation of functions using the Desmos Online Calculator. Students will manipulate functions to learn the effects of the following: y = f(x) + k; y = f(x + k); y = k∙f(x); and y = f(k∙x).
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This webquest has students visit 2 websites. They take notes, answer questios, and then compare the two sites. There are 4 problems at the end to check for understanding. My kids love this every year.

This product is a compilation of annotated Algebra 1 websites articulated to California State Standards for Algebra I prior to Common Core. These websites are easily referenced by skill and concept.
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This product provides a comprehensive annotated listing of websites that meet California State Standards for Algebra 1 prior to Common Core. It is easily referenced by skill and concept. A notation is provided if the website can be accessed by struggling learners.
Algebra 1 Annotated Websites by

This online activity will assess student understanding of prism surface areas. Students will be given their own unique problems and the website MATHguide.com will check their responses.
Therefore, the answer key will be provided by the website, which takes the burden of assessment off the teacher.

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In this activity, the students will find two comparable businesses, payment plans, etc. to research. They will take the information and create a linear equation, a table, and then graph both functions to compare and contrast the data. The students will then create a problem where the "x" value nee

Step by step lab that instructs students to create two parrallel lines and a transversal in Geogebra.(Geogebra is a free website that the students may access. The lab may also be completed on Geometer's Sketchpad)
Students then measure corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, and alternate

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Looking for a fun way to incorporate technology into your classroom? Then this might be for you! This webquest includes links to reliable videos on sources like Khan Academy with questions to make sure your students are actually are learning something from the experience.:)

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