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These should be hung out of order around your classroom or the hallway. Students will start with whatever problem they want. Once they answer the problem, they will look at the top of the other cards for the answer. Once they have found the answer, students will do the problem below their found answ

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In this activity, students solve 7 Word Problems using Systems of Equations that lead to the answer of a Thanksgiving Trivia question.
A Worksheet is provided for student work and an answer key is provided.
Each solution is linked to a letter. Letters to solutions spell out the answer to the ques

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In this activity, students calculate key features of quadratic functions (axis of symmetry, vertex, y-intercept) and graph their parabolas. The activity includes six full quadratics, each of which have four key features (AOS, vertex, y-intercept, and f(x)). Students find each key feature, then look

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This is an amazing race activity over Identifying Independent and Dependent Variables. There are 8 scenarios such as "Chloe charges $12 per hour for babysitting". The scenarios are posted around the room. The scenario is on the outside and the question and answer choices are located underneath the f

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Domain and Range Function Scavenger Hunt is a detailed activity to check kids understanding of domain and range within the function concept. Basically, they are solving the problems then searching around the room or hall for the answer. Just a different way to do a worksheet! Allows for instant ass

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This is a double-sided page with 2 examples on the front for notes/instruction and then the rest provides the student with practice over Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities. There are 6 practice questions total.
Since graphing systems of inequalities is a difficult skill for most students, I h

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Get this as part of a bundle: Inequalities Unit Bundle (A2H, A3D, A3H, A5B)

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Two-Step Inequalities Scavenger Hunt is a quick ten question activity to check kids understanding of inequalities. Basically, they are solving ten problems then searching around the room or hall for the answer. Just a different way to do a worksheet! Allows for instant assessment on if they are c

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This is a fun around the room activity to get students out of their seat and completing the square!
This activity is for the beginner as all "a" values are "1" and all "b" values are even.
There are 8 questions total. The questions are hung around the room. The student completes the square to ident

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This is a fun activity for students to practice simplifying square roots. There are twelve radical questions total, but 24 answers. Twelve answers are correct and 12 are not.
The students work in pairs to match the question with the correct simplification answer and the 12 answers that are not use

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Get this as part of a bundle: Radicals & Rational Exponents Mini-Bundle (TEKS: A11A, A11B)

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This is a new version of the Domain and Range Scavenger Hunt I previously did that has had a lot of positive feedback. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Domain-and-Range-Function-Scavenger-Hunt-1533817
Domain and Range Function Scavenger Hunt is a detailed activity to check kids understan

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Each problem sheet contains a letter, solution, and an equation. The solution to the first problem is at the top of page 2, the solution to the second problem is at the top of page 3, and so on, until the last page, whose solution is at the top of page 1. After a student solves a problem, they will

This worksheet is designed to help students with the topic of the so-called "ambiguous case" (SSA), in which a specified triangle may have more than one correct solution. The term, "Potty Mouth," is used, because if you spell SSA backwards, you get a really bad word!
I start out class with the stu

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A fun and engaging way for students to practice graphing linear equations. Students will need to solve ALL equations for y first. Some equations are given in standard form, while others are not necessarily in any form. Scatter cards in or out of order around the room. Cards will spell a ten lett

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This product is a Scavenger Hunt, ready to assign and use with your math students. The topic is Solving Quadratic Equations by Taking the Square Root. There are nine problems, or "stations," to which students will travel. Each station has its own equation. Students will solve the equation, and deter

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