Bell Ringers are a great way to start the day and to get students thinking about math before diving into a new lesson. The spiral design of the bell ringers requires students to remember and use previously learned skills so that past learning and material is not forgotten! I use the time students are completing this activity to take attendance and complete other small tasks before we start the lesson. This set of bell ringers includes 50 three-question bell ringers for Algebra 1. This is the second set of 4 that I will be creating for Algebra 1. Follow my store to learn when the next set becomes available!
I have also made this available in my store as Algebra 1 Do Nows: Volume 2 and Algebra 1 Quick Quizzes: Volume 2
to meet the formatting needs of other teachers. Each version comes with an answer key.
In addition to the topics that are included in Algebra 1 Bell Ringers: Volume 1
, Volume 2 also includes:
Factoring x2 + bx + c and factoring by grouping
Transformations of quadratic functions
Axis of symmetry and vertex of quadratic function
Writing in rational exponent form and radical form
Arithmetic and geometric sequences
Differentiating between radical functions and linear functions
This product includes:
- 50 bell ringers
- answer key
- checklist to keep track of used bell ringers
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