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This activity has students start with the "START" card, solve the problem on that card to find the solution, then find the solution on one of the other cards and circle the correct solution. Students continue this process until the "START" card is connected to the "END" card.
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5 Activities for Beginning Completing the Square
1) It is a Perfect Square Trinomial Sort:
21 equations that students sort the into 2 categories: equations that are prefect square trinomials and equations that are not.
2) Factoring Perfect Square Trinomials Dominoes Matching Game:
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Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

Students will love practicing the different laws of exponents through the playing of this dominoes game.
Directions: Students will begin with any card. They are to work the problem on the bottom half of the card. Once a solution has been found, they are to search for the card with that solution

Rearranging formulas, Changing the subject of a formula – Math domino puzzleMake x the subject.I’ve included two different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only two pages and it great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice with in class or at home. The l

This is a dominoes game for students to work independently, in pairs, in centers, as remediation or for gifted students working ahead.
Students simplify a radical expression (make all exponents positive and remove all radical symbols) and find the matching domino with the answer. That card has the

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It is time to practice two-step equations in a new way! Turning it into a game is great way to catch the students attention and take them away from strictly paper and pencil work.
There are 2 versions to this dominoes activity.
-The first version is to have the students solve multi-step equations

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Matching activity to help student convert linear equations to slope-intercept form.This sort is designed for students to work individually, in pairs, or small groups.Directions for Forward Play: Students should place the "start here" card on their table. They work the problem on this card and loca

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Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

Skill practice:
- Changing equations from standard form to vertex form (using completing the squares or vertex formula)
- Changing equations from vertex form to standard form
This activity is designed for students to work individually, in pairs, or small groups.
How to use: This activity is a

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Also included in: Solving Quadratic Equations Bundle~Completing the Square~Calculator

Students are given quadratic equations and they need to find the vertex.
This sort is designed for students to work individually, in pairs, or small groups.
This matching game now has 4 versions.
* Equations in Vertex Form
* Equations in Standard Form
* Equations in Factored Form (recently added

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Also included in: Solving Quadratic Equations Bundle~Completing the Square~Calculator

You will receive 15 activities plus walls that teach. These items are all sold individually in my store1. Matching Linear Equations to their graphs This activity has 12 full size graphs to place on your walls. Student then must match the equations to the graphs. Equations are in both slope-inte

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Skill practice:
- Changing Absolute Value Equations into Piecewise Functions
- Can identify the two evaluations rules for a simple absolute value function
Package include:
- Ideas and Directions
- 2 Version (12 cards per page ... version B also print 4 cards per page)
- Domino Order (key)
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Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

Domino- Matching Activity for Slope and Y-intercept of linear equations in Slope Intercept and Standard Form. This activity is designed to help students find the slope and y-value of the y-intercept. Each set of 12 cards can be use 2 ways. I have included a key showing the order for both matchin

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Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

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