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Use this set of vocabulary word wall cards during any unit when polynomial graph associated vocabulary will be helpful for students to know.
This product also includes a vocabulary knowledge rating assessment and student vocabulary sheet with answer key.
Display word wall cards on a bulletin boar

I want my students to use vocabulary so they become comfortable with it and will hopefully remember it!
This power point leads partners through identifying the degree and number of terms in different polynomials. Then they have to read a sentence and fill in some blanks to actually name it. The par

Use this set of vocabulary word wall cards during any unit when classification of polynomials associated vocabulary will be helpful for students to know.
This product also includes a vocabulary knowledge rating assessment and student vocabulary sheet with answer key.
Display word wall cards on a

This fun, fast-paced game is perfect as an end to a lesson introducing polynomials. Topics covered in the game include vocabulary (monomial, binomial, trinomial), calculating polynomial degrees, and ascending/descending order.
To play, students are each given a card with a polynomial. (Thirty-s

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1. Sort expressions into two columns of polynomials and non polynomials.
2. Glue the expressions in the correct columns.
3. For the polynomials, students need to identify each: name by number of terms, the leading terms, the degree and lead coefficient of the polynomials
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This is a quick activity to review polynomial vocabulary (binomial, trinomial, degree, leading coefficient). The first page (pictured) is the answer sheet. The students will receive a blank copy of the chart and the answers (in mixed up order). They need to cut out the answer, sort them out to fit i

Please note that this is two versions in one resource. If you prefer a simple printable PDF, you get it. If you would like a version to "Make a Copy" on Google Docs so that you can edit or add to Google Classroom for your students, you simply go to the very last page of the resource and click the li

Starting a polynomials unit? Students a little fuzzy on what each part of a polynomial means? “What’s my Polynomial?” challenges students to solve a series of puzzles that describe particular polynomials. It’s up to your students to determine the polynomial that matches each set of clues, strength

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These flashcards were created so that students can learn the definitions of some basic terms concerning polynomials. The students can learn the terms on their own or with a partner.
The vocabulary terms included are:
Polynomial
Term
Coefficient
Power
Base
Exponent
Variable
Constant
Monomial
Bino

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Use this polynomial vocabulary word wall to create a bulletin board or another type of visual. Print, laminate and cut and you are ready to go! Students can incorporate math vocabulary to strengthen their knowledge of polynomials with this fantastic quick reference. A polynomial vocabulary circle ba

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Also included in: Polynomial Bundle - Notes, Scavenger Hunts and Assessments

Polynomials: Vocabulary, Adding and Subtracting:These product contains 2 foldables, accordion style:Foldable 1. Vocabulary for Polynomials : constants, variables, exponents, terms, monomials, binomials, trinomials and degree for monomials and polynomials with examples.Foldable 2. Vocabulary for Stan

Also included in: ALGEBRA 1 Foldables For Interactive Notebooks - All Year- Super Bundle

Quick review page of polynomials vocabulary - degree, term, monomial, binomial, etc. Assumes that since a monomial is only one term, it is not technically a polynomial

This includes a vocabulary sheet on polynomials, how to classify by degree with practice, how to classify by number of terms with practice, a putting it all together chart with 4 polynomials, and 6 challenge problems. There is also a key for each handout.

This PowerPoint includes detailed slides with examples and definitions for the following vocabulary words in student friendly language:
Constant
Term
Like Terms
Coefficient
Polynomial
Monomial
Binomial
Trinomial
Degree
Leading Coefficient

Students match polynomials with their descriptions. Students must know the vocabulary terms monomial, binomial, trinomial, constant, linear, quadratic, cubic, quartic, quintic, leading coefficient, standard form, degree, and constant. Once the matches are made, the students can decode a message.

Two Visual Aids which can be used for students to complete using Vocabulary, Classification and a Venn Diagram.

End the year and prepare your students for tests with this great Review!!! Help your students to organize, refresh, and remember important topics and concepts with this Foldable Flip Book - Study Guide which covers over 50 topics. Now includes 2 versions!!! By popular request, I have designed a

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Also included in: Algebra Foldable Bundle

Classifying polynomials can be a vocabulary-rich lesson that falls flat. Engage students with an activity that gets them moving and working together!
First, present the notes and examples included, using paper or an iPad annotating app with the PDF file. Next, get students out of their seats by h

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This study guide provides students with a condensed (4 pages) list of formulas, definitions, and important things to remember while preparing for their Algebra 1 End-of-Course Exam. (Aligned to the MAFS as well as CCSS)
Includes the following concepts:
Rational vs Irrational Numbers
Domain vs. Ra

Do you need a fun way for students to practice factoring a greatest common factor with minimal prep? The Factoring a Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem

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A fun foldable to teach or review polynomial vocabulary. The foldable defines a polynomial function, standard form o leading coefficient, degree of a polynomial, and terms. It also contains table on how to classify a polynomial by its degree and number of terms. A few examples are included to mak

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Also included in: Polynomial & Rational Functions Bundle

Polynomial Operations Activity 2: Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math mistakes! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so quick and it

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