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Students look at a graph of a parabola and use the x-intercepts to write an equation. Then they color-code their answers in the coloring picture. Students can even self-correct their work when their answer doesn't match one of the choices. This worksheet is easy to grade by looking at the color ch
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This is a great intro activity to do with the students right after you've covered the difference between quantitative and qualitative data. This also serves as a classbuilder/teambuilder because it requires the students to interact with each other and uncover answers about other classmates. Great
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Fish or the Frog is a quick "game" I made up and my students love it. My favorite way to play is to project each question on the board and have students answer on a whiteboard. When they have their answers they get up and act out a fish (pretend to swim) or a frog (hop up and down). Great brain brea
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Entice your students to practice their Algebra 2 skills with these fun and engaging puzzles! Students complete the puzzles by matching the exercises on the puzzle pieces with their answers to create different shaped puzzles. These activities are great for skills reinforcement, enrichment, substitu
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In this summary activity, students work their way through 16 stations. Each station presents an exponential or logarithmic equation to be solved. The solution provides the clue for selecting the next station. Students complete the circuit by solving all 16 equations.Background skills needed: Student
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A joke for those students who always are wondering, "Why learn Algebra?" The rest of the story is "Finding x is only useful if you're a pirate". Students will enjoy the "brain break" in class that incorporates coloring and matching. Final picture shows a treasure map with an island in water where
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There are 10 problems involving adding and subtracting complex numbers. This activity allows them to have a brain break by coloring after they find the correct answer. My students love doing these! I completely believe that coloring de-stresses them!
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This review covers evaluating expressions, solving multi-step equations, and solving absolute value equations. The students will solve a problem and then choose which answer choice is right, and then draw/color something on the gingerbread persons.My students love this type of review. It gives them
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Looking for a quick and easy brain break that will help students practice their Algebra I skills at the same time? Check out this freebie that gets kids up and active, but engaged in the concepts from this year in Algebra I. The topics covered range from the beginning of the year to the end. Ther
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The properties of radicals are listed with examples of each. Emphasis is placed on the equivalence between a radical expression and its exponential equivalent. Vizual notes are an effective way to engage both the visual and logical sides of the brain. Students spend less time copying notes and more
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A great classwork packet on breaking down radicals into a perfect square/prime number (simplest form!), adding and subtracting radical expressions that require simplification first, and finding perfect cubes as a brain-primer for simplifying cube root expressions. I have students do this in pairs af
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Do you want to set high-expectations from the very first day of school? Be sure to greet students at the door on the first day and give them this engaging circuit-style activity. It breaks the ice and sets the tone for your academic expectations. There are three different levels for your Algebra 2,
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