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Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down

You have several options with this sort.
Students can graph the equation then look for the matching graph, or they can take a graph find the matching equation. Equations are in both standard and vertex form. You can also have student match the equations together to work on changing equations from o

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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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This is a polynomial matching game that can be used as an end of lesson informal assessment or review.
These cards can be used as multiplying polynomials practice or as factoring practice.
The matching cards can be used as a basic matching game, old maid (by inserting a blank card), go fish, or me

I use this in my Algebra 2 class to help student get practice on factoring trinomials. The maze includes trinomials with a leading coefficient of 1 and larger than one. This is my first time posting so please let me know if I can improve the product in any way.

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Cut and Glue Factoring Polynomials Activity - FREEBIE
The Ultimate Factoring Polynomials Cheat Sheet can be found here.
Cut and Glue Factoring Polynomials Activity - FREEBIE
A fun way to practice factoring polynomials. Students cut out factors then glue them to their corresponding polynomials.

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I use this activity in my Algebra 1 class at the end of the year to compare basic properties of the four types of functions covered throughout the course work before the End of Course State Assessment.
Throughout the school year the students have had to look at various representations of these fun

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This Maze has 42 question (6 by 7). Students simplify problems by adding, subtracting or multiplying complex numbers.
Key and Wall that teach Posters are included.
This is a great review worksheet.
Possible Uses:
-Review
-End of lesson check for understanding
-Alternative to Homework
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Use this review to help students understand the different aspects of quadratic functions. Transformations, roots, zeros, line of symmetry, vertex, minimum and maximum points can be easily referenced by students. Your students will love it!
Now included is a fill in the blank option.

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The purpose of this activity sheet is to guide students thinking in order to make observations about multiplying binomials so that they may construct their own understanding of the FOIL method, or some version of it. Students begin by using the box method to help make sense of the FOIL method.
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Algebra 2, PreCalculus: Logarithmic Equations Maze FREEBIE
Here's a great way to have focused practice for Algebra 2 and Precalculus students. Lots of variety and options for having some classroom fun while working through difficult concepts.
The unit on Logarithms is a six-lesson unit covering:
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This activity includes two linear graphs in context. Students must read, interpret and explain the slopes and intercepts of the linear graphs from context.
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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

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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 fun activity will surely engage the whole class and is a great way to practice their skills in solving one step equations. Students will solve problems with varying levels of difficulty and find the answers on their Bingo card. Whoever covers five squares in a row horizontally, vertically, or d

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One? None? Infinite?
Here's a one page reference sheet to how many solutions a system of equations has! A perfect addition to an interactive notebook, study guide, or a resource to have at a math center!
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A puzzle worksheet that allows students to practice the order of operations while solving an encrypted puzzle. The puzzle format allows students to recognize errors and make corrections.

Your students can practice evaluating funtions while having fun with this 3-D tic-tac-toe game! This 3-D game is challenging and fun; Students will ask to play again!
Players must evaluate functions correctly before marking an X or O in a chosen square.
Printable game board comes in color and bla

Rate of Change (Slope): Graffiti activity is a great activity for students to share their understanding of the many ways to find and describe the slope of a line. Students create a graffiti piece that shows slope. Two options included.
A great addition to your Pre-Algebra, Algebra and Algebra 2 s

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In this inquiry based, discovery activity students graph two lines and then answer questions about solutions to equations and points on the lines of the equations. The goal of this activity is for students to observe that the solution to a system will occur where the graphs of the lines intersect a

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The goal of this activity is for students to observe that the vertex of a quadratic function can be found from the equation of the function in vertex form and that it is (h, k).
Students should already be familiar with quadratic functions in standard form and parabolas. Students should also kno

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This foldable is designed to go in an interactive notebook or as a stand alone study aid.
Topics covered are positive, negative, undefined and zero slope.
A solid line indicates a fold and a dashed line is to be cut.
My students love when I print these on colored paper. An example is on the las

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This algebra activity focuses on exponential functions. This game requires students to represent the exponential parent function y=2^x numerically, algebraically, graphically and verbally. The function cards include x-axis reflections and/or vertical translations.
Common Core Standards: HSF-IF.C.7e

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Algebra Relay Races are a great way to review specific math skills. Students are put in teams of four. The first student completes the first problem and writes it in the box. The second student completes the second problem using the answer from the first problem. This continues until all of the answ

Students connect what they already know about finding areas to finding "areas" of rectangles, triangles and circles with monomial side lengths. Students practice finding the areas of rectangles, triangles and circles by multiplying terms with exponents. Includes answer key.
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This graphic organizer is an excellent way for students to review concepts learned during a unit on quadratics. Learners will solve a given quadratic by factoring, completing the square, and the quadratic formula. Additionally, they will graph and analyze the function. Two versions of the activit

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This lab is designed to give students a hands-on introduction to exponential growth and decay functions and their graphs.

Solving Absolute Value Equations:
This is a color by number activity that works great as a quick check of students grasp on solving absolute value equations. Students are given a picture that has an absolute value equation in each section. They must solve the equation and use the table given to det

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This one-page discovery activity leads the student through trial and error to discover what happens when an operation is applied to a true inequality statement. 6 examples are given - two will lead to a false statement (multiplying and dividing both sides by a negative). The student answers some que

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Power Point includes animated step-by-step instructions for creating a foldable for solving systems of linear equations using graphing, substitution, and elimination. It compares examples of systems with 1 solution (x, y), infinite, and no solutions. Materials needed for each student: scissors, rul

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Please remember to leave feedback if you download this freebie! I hope you enjoy it and find it useful for your classroom and students. I value your opinion about the products that I create and appreciate the feedback that you offer.
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In this fun game, students race against their opponent to solve one step equations. Each student has a set of the same problems, while they share one writing utensil. Players take turns completing problems and rolling a die. One player completes as many problems as they can before their opponent

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The topic for this scavenger hunt is solving equations that involve multiple steps, distributive property, and variables on both sides.
Looking for more Solving Equations Scavenger Hunts? Solving Equations 10 pack Bundle

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This item is a handout consisting of 22 test questions. About half are multiple-choice and the other half is free response. It covers topics for “Laws of Exponents” such as using one or multiple laws to simplify simple and complex expressions with negative and whole number exponents. Use these qu

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To build an understanding of the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines for Algebra 2 Honors, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, and College Algebra students by providing concentrated practice.
Students will complete 11 questions related to mastery of the Law of Sines, the Law of Cosines, Heron’s Formula, and

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Just a short presentation that starts out reminding students about the difference between multiplying and combining with like and unlike terms.
The 2nd half of the presentation shows step by step examples adding polynomials by combining like terms. The last slide shows how to subtract polynomial

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This worksheet asks students to match nine different transformations of a function f(x) whose graph is given with their corresponding graphs. The transformations covered include vertical and horizontal translations, vertical and horizontal stretches and compressions, and reflections. Some, but not a

This is an animation that I created to engage students in solving rate of change problems. The students are much more interested in finding the solution to this very same problem that I have done for years, now that I have a shirt cartoon to introduce it. I have also included myself working out th

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Introducing students to geometric proofs in a geometry class can be a difficult task for both teachers and students. I created this introductory lesson to help get my students' brains in gear. After teaching the first few introductory chapters the kids should have some understanding of basic defin

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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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Are you sick of factoring polynomials by hand to make sure they work for your tests?
Be sick no more! This product contains two jam-packed sheets of OVER 400 binomials multiplied out for your convenience!
Use these to assist you in creating examples, worksheets and tests. Throw darts, blindly dro

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This poster aligns the words in quadratic word problems with the parts of a parabola students are being asked to find.
If a student is asked, "How long is the ball in the air?" the poster shows that the question is asking for the positive zero. If a student is asked to find the time it takes an ob

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This Skills Practice Worksheet can be used by Algebra I, Algebra II, or PreCalculus students. There are 41 radicals between 0 and 100 that can be written in simplest radical form. Take the challenge! It's a great activity to review or introduce simplifying radical expressions completely.
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Task Cards really do work! They get the students engaged and keep them motivated to go through all of the problems, more so than a simple worksheet Binomial Multiplication is an important concept that students often have difficulty with. This set of task cards reinforces the skills taught in class.

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This is a fun activity designed to get the student to learn and recognize the 4 types of slope (of a line). The student is given 3 different examples of how to remember the 4 types. Then they are asked to design their own. Great for interactive notebook and/or word wall. Bloom's Level --> Create!

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STEM-ersion assignments aim to immerse students in an authentic application within a career. Students often ask what careers will use certain math skills and I think this is an opportunity to show them where the thinking is used! These problems aim to help students construct responses with my Eviden

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This activity has 72 cards meant for the beginning unit in Algebra 2. In this activity, students will determine the appropriate classification of numbers. The activity is meant for Algebra students of all levels.
By classifying numbers into their appropriate categories, students reinforce the voca

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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice multiplying monomials, they can learn about the incredible life of Irena Sendler whose undercover work during the Holocaust saved thousands of Jewish infants. E

This little foldable booklet includes 6 parent functions; linear, absolute value, quadratic, cubic, square root and exponential functions.
The booklet is great for INB's!
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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these NCTM standards:
- Create and evaluate linear function models
- Solve linear equations
- Use quantit

Your students will enjoy learning and practicing how to solve absolute value inequalities with this fun, colorful, animated PowerPoint presentation!
The PowerPoint has 3 instructional slides, including examples that explain why and how you must set up the two inequalities to solve the problems. P

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This template keeps finding domain, range, y-intercepts, zeros, graphing and writing functions fresh in my students' minds. I use it or warm ups, exit slips and quick checks for understanding.
Warm ups are an important part of our class routine and this template makes it really easy. I have a Power

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