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This no-prep paper AND digital paperless bundle is all of the notes, labs, activities, practices, homework, projects, quizzes, and tests you need to teach an entire year of physical science. Every major physical science unit is covered and listed below. Everything is provided for two levels – CP a

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Here is a giant “BUNDLE of ACTIVITIES” for students enrolled in ALGEBRA 2 HONORS. Every activity is rigorous and engaging. There are currently 32 Activities in this BUNDLE and 19 Bonus Activities to differentiate your classroom instruction that are not sold in my store.Teaching Suggestions:Many act

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This foldable is divided into 3 tabs:
• Intoduction & Graphing y=ax^2 + c
• Graphing y = ax^2 + bx + c
• Solving Quadratics by Graphing
Now with TWO options! (The smaller option will fit into a composition notebook)
I used this over the course of 3 days to introduce these skills to my 8th gr

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Also included in: Introduction to Quadratics (Foldable Mini-Bundle)

This 10 question quiz assesses the following skills:
*Adding Polynomials
*Subtracting Polynomials
*Mutliplying Polynomials
It is more heavily focused on multiplying polynomials.
I used this in my 8th grade algebra 1 honors class.
*Note: An answer key is not provided at this time.

Which One Doesn't Belong? Algebra I Version. Students will choose which item doesn't belong and explain their reasoning. Great for math journals, problems of the day, mini assessments, and more!
Each page aligns with these Algebra I topics:
1. Absolute Value
2. Multi-Step Equations
3. Identify

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This 20 question multiple choice test covers the following skills:
*Multiplying Powers
*Dividing Powers
*Raising a Power to a Power
*Zero & Negative Exponents
*Scienitific Notation
Note: Most of the questions do not test these skils in isolation. You must use multiple properties to solve any

Students will solve 62 problems covering polynomials, inequalities, lines, graphing on a coordinate plane, systems of linear equations, radicals, factoring, functions, sets and Venn diagrams, word problems, quadratics, and more.
Each section includes a mini study guide that can be completed whole

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This is INCLUDED in the Algebra 1 Readiness Packet. If you've already purchased that product, you can just download it again and voila, you now own this as well!
This is a continuation to the Algebra 1 Readiness Summer or Back to School Packet with more emphasis on material covered in Pre-Algebra.

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This is a project I use in my Algebra 2 Honors classroom to help my students practice graphing absolute value equations and understand Parent Functions, Domain and Range in addition to locating the Vertex, x-intercept and y-intercept. .
The questions for each graph are as follows:
How is this graph

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This is a quiz on Proportional Reasoning & Solving Equations. The first two versions are for regular Algebra 1 classes; the next two versions may be more suitable for an accelerated or honors track class. This quiz includes some spiral review problems.
This quiz is intended to be written on d

When my Algebra students are learning about linear graphs, they need a lot of practice in-class with me and other students helping them. Before giving them a summative assessment, I like to give them a group/practice test about a week prior, to give them a chance to study together before the "real"

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This product is a 15 day unit that is compatible with Algebra I Standards for Common Core Geometric Transformations. This package contains nearly 40 artifacts (lessons, practice sheets, quizzes, answer keys etc). Specific topics included are: Translations, Reflections, Rotations, Composition of a

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Exponential Equations Solve and Search...the perfect way for students to do "scavenger hunts" at their seats! Students will solve exponential equations, 16 in all. When they finish each problem, they will search for the answer in another box, then continue on. It's a great way for students to self-c

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This is my summative test for my Algebra 1 students. It covers the concepts of equations and matrices. It is very similar in the concepts it covers when compared to the group/practice test which I give about a week earlier.
It includes four versions of the test, 2 pages each, for a total of 8 pag

Help your students review for midterm exams! This bundle includes 3 opening work Smart Notebooks, 4 Homework Assignments, and 56 Review Task Cards. The first semester of Algebra 1 has been split into 4 topic groups for more structured studying. Flexible materials can be used for 3-6 days dependin

Algebra 1 Spiraling/Looping Review Page #6 in a series. Use this for homework, bell work, or an exit ticket. I use looping pages on the back of students’ homework assignments, so they are guaranteed a spiraling review of former topics. This works wonders for student retention, especially for those

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Because our state test has a lot of geometry included in the freshman year (during which most of our students are in Algebra 1), we've incorporated a unit of geometry in algebra 1.
This is a formative assessment to see how students are progressing on the topics of volume, surface area, perimeter, a

This is my new lesson plan for my Algebra I class. Last year, I bounced from Algebra I texts to Modules to Khan to Workbooks. I was aggravated and felt I needed more to prepare my students. So this summer, I have found a perfect textbook that has everything I need for Algebra I. The best thing is th

This is a simple quiz for basic inequalities. It has a total of four versions, although the second and third versions are nearly identical, but include honors-level questions.
This quiz is intended to be written on directly.
Please download the pdf preview file first, so you can see exactly what'

At the end of each semester, I like to give my students a thorough review or study guide for the final exam. I have found that providing them with a packet of sample problems of every topic covered during the semester is very helpful.
This Study Guide is the first 9 pages with 81 questions; most o

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This is a quiz on Numeric and Algebraic Computations. The first two versions are for regular Algebra 1 classes; the next two versions may be more suitable for an accelerated or honors track class. This quiz includes some spiral review problems.
This quiz is intended to be written on directly.
Pl

This is a one-page formative assessment to see how students are progressing on introductory concepts such as substitution, evaluation, order of operations, solving linear equations in which the variable appears exactly once, distributive property, and combining like terms.
The first two versions ar

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