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- This HUGE (over 1,000 pages) high school bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes and interactive notebook activities for an entire year of Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2. The Algebra 1 bundle contains 11 units of study plus 2 mini-units, the Geometry bundle contains 13 units, and the Al$225.00$157.50Save $67.50

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This HUGE (over 300 pages) Algebra bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes, interactive notebook activities, and quick checks for understanding for 11 units of study and two mini-units, perfect for Algebra 1 students. There are over 150 scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher answer keys. Example problems are solved on the sample teacher answer keys, but you can have your students use them over and over again with problems from your own curriculum.

There are over 80 interactive notebook activities which include descriptions for use. We have not included specific examples for the interactive notebook activities. We like to give them to students for review so that they can show what they have learned and personalize their notes.

Each product in this bundle (except for one mini-unit) also includes Quick Checks for Understanding with Answer Keys, perfect for an entrance or exit ticket!

This bundle also contains a description of how to use the materials included and the suggested groupings for presenting the notes, interactive notebook activities, and quick checks with your students. In addition, we recently added a CCSS alignment guide to help you plan and prepare which you can access as a FREE download here:

**Algebra 1 Supplementary Materials and Alignment Guide**

You can personalize these for your learners. This bundle is perfect to use with any textbook or e-book curriculum and great for engaging all types of learners.

We also have **Algebra 1 Student Practice Pages** with additional practice problems for each topic. You can purchase these separately if you need additional practice problems for each unit. They are similar to the quick check sections and they are great for extra practice, homework, and remediation.

Bundle contains the following individual units:

-Properties of Real Numbers

-Different Ways to Represent Multiplication

-Reviewing Multiplying

-Factors

-Prime vs. Composite

-Prime Factorization

-Factor the Number in Three Different Ways

-Complete the Prime Factorization for the Numbers

-Prime Numbers 1-100

-Is one a prime number?

-Integers

-Positive vs. Negative

-Comparing Integers

-Compare Two Numbers Using a Number Line

-What do the inequality symbols mean?

-Write an integer that matches each sentence.

-Write a problem for each sentence.

-Adding Integers

-Use the Number Line to Add Two Integers

-Multiple Representations of Adding Integers

-Use the Number Line to Subtract Two Integers

-Use the Number Line to Subtract Two Integers (Second Integer is Negative)

-Multiple Representations Subtracting Integers

-How do you change a subtraction problem to an addition problem?

-Real World Examples of Adding and Subtracting Integers

-Multiplying Integers

-Multiple Representations of Multiplying Integers

-Dividing Integers

-Multiple Representations of Dividing Integers

-Order of Operations (PEMDAS or GEMDAS)

-Plus 9 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

**Variables, Terms, and Expressions**

-Variables

-Expressions

-Substituting Values into an Expression

-Exponents

-Exponential Form

-Exponents: the Short Way vs. the Long Way

-Exponents: Do Parentheses Make a Difference?

-Equivalent Expressions

-Math Words: Terms and Coefficients

-Multiplying Terms

-Simplifying Expressions Taken to a Power

-Like Terms and Unlike Terms

-Match the Like Terms

-Combining Like Terms (Match)

-Combining Like Terms (Expressions with only one type of term)

-Combining Like Terms (Expressions with more than one type of term)

-The Distributive Property

-Distributive Property (Match)

-How do you evaluate an expression?

-What is the difference between the terms? (part 1)

-What is the difference between the terms? (part 2)

-Evaluating Expressions Practice

-Plus 8 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

**Introduction to Algebraic Equations**

-Expressions vs. Equations

-The Equal Sign/Writing Equations

-The X-Value that Makes the Equation with Addition True (Matching)

-The X-Value that Makes the Equation with Multiplication True (Matching)

-Equivalent Equations

-Practice with Combining Like Terms to Solve Equations

-The Addition Principle for Equations (Adding a Positive Number to Both Sides)

-The Addition Principle for Equations (Adding a Negative Number to Both Sides)

-The Addition Principle with an Extra Step

-Using the Addition Principle to Get the X-Terms on One Side of the Equation

-Combine Like Terms on Both Sides of the Equal Sign Before -Using the Addition Principle

-Using the Addition Principle Twice to Get the X-Terms on One Side of the Equation

-Simplify Before Using the Addition Principle

-Distribute and Simplify Before Using Addition Principle

-Review of the Different Types of Problems Involving the Addition Principle

-The Division Principle for Equations

-The Multiplication Principle for Equations

-Using the Division Principle

-Using the Multiplication Principle

-Using the Addition and Division Principles to Solve Equations

-Using the Multiplication and Addition Principles to Solve Equations

-Plus 3 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

-What is a polynomial?

-How do you add two polynomial expressions?

-How do you subtract two polynomial expressions?

-Polynomial Equations with Addition and Subtraction

-Distributive Property

-Polynomial Equations with the Distributive Property

-What is factoring?

-Multiplying Binomials Using the F.O.I.L Method

-Multiplying Binomials Practice: Multiply and Simplify

-Factoring Trinomials

-Factoring Trinomials with the “X” Method

-Extra Tips for Factoring Trinomials

-More Factoring: The Difference of Two Square Terms

-What if you have to find the product of a monomial and two binomials?

-Solving Quadratic Equations with Factoring

-Plus 8 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

**Equations, Inequalities and Functions**

-What is a Rational Number?

-Multiplying and Dividing Integers

-Rational Numbers on the Number Line

-Graphing Inequalities on the Number Line

-Reviewing Inequalities

-Solving Inequalities Using the Addition Principle

-Solving Inequalities Using the Subtraction Principle

-Using the Addition and Subtraction Principles to Get the X-Terms on One Side of the Inequality

-Solving Inequalities Using the Multiplication Principle

-Solving Inequalities Using the Division Principle

-Solving Multi-Step Inequalities

-What is an absolute value?

-Absolute Value Equations

-Absolute Value Inequalities

-Solving Different Types of Absolute Value Equations

-Solving Different Types of Absolute Value Inequalities

-Relations and Functions

-Substituting Values in the Function

-Organizing Values of a Function Using a Table

-Plus 7 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

**Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions**

-Review: Simplifying Fractions

-What is a common denominator?

-Steps for Adding Fractions with a Common Denominator

-Adding Fractions with a Common Denominator

-Steps for Subtracting Fractions with a Common Denominator

-Distribute Before Adding Fractions

-Distribute Before Subtracting Fractions

-Adding/Subtracting Fractions with Different Denominators

-Adding/Subtracting an Integer and a Fraction

-Adding/Subtracting a Polynomial and a Fraction

-Finding the Least Common Denominator (Denominators are Integers)

-Finding the Least Common Denominator (Denominators are Terms)

-Finding the Least Common Denominator (Denominators are Polynomials)

-Use Common Denominators to Solve Equations

-What is a proportion?

-Plus 8 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

**Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions**

-Rational Number and Rational Expression

-Substitute to Find the Value of a Rational Expression in One Variable

-Substitute to Find the Value of a Rational Expression in Two Variables

-Setting Conditions for Rational Expressions

-How do you multiply two fractions?

-Taking a Fraction to a Power

-What is an equivalent fraction?

-Simplifying a Fraction

-Simplifying a Rational Expression

-Simplifying a Rational Expression (Binomials)

-Simplifying a Rational Expression (Polynomials)

-Review: Extra Tips for Factoring Trinomials

-Review: Factoring Second Degree Trinomials with a Coefficient of -One on the Second Degree Term into a Product of Binomials

-Review: Factoring Second Degree Trinomials into the Product of -Binomials Using the “X” Method

-Dividing Polynomials Using the Long Division Method

-Fractions: Simplify Before You Multiply

-Distributive Property with Rational Expressions

-What is a reciprocal?

-Dividing Fractions

-Fraction Division Practice

-Plus 9 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

**Graphing Lines and Linear Inequalities**

-Parts of a Coordinate Plane

-Plotting Points on a Coordinate Plane

-Plotting Points from a Table

-Substituting Values into Equations to Graph Lines

-Graphing Equations in Only One Variable

-What is Slope?

-Graphing a Line Given a Point and a Slope

-What is slope-intercept form?

-Graphing a Line in Slope-Intercept Form

-Writing Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept Form (y=mx+b)

-Graphing a Linear Inequality (Greater Than/Less Than)

-Graphing a Linear Inequality (Greater Than or Equal To/Less Than

-Graphing Inequalities in Only One Variable

-Plus 9 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

**Discrete and Continuous Functions (Mini-Unit)**

Discrete Functions vs. Continuous Functions

Discrete or Continuous?

Viable Solutions for Discrete Functions

Viable Solutions for Continuous Functions

Equations and Types of Graphs

Plus 2 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

-What is a System of Equations?

-How do you Solve a System of Equations by Graphing?

-Canceling Out One Variable Using Addition or Subtraction

-How do you Know Whether to Solve a System of equations Using Addition or Subtraction?

-Creating an Equation in One Variable Using Substitution

-Solving a System of Equations by Addition or Subtraction

-Preparing a System of Equations for the Addition or Subtraction Strategy

-Using the Multiplication Principle with One Equation to Solve a -System of Equations by Addition or Subtraction

-Preparing a System of Equations for the Addition or Subtraction Strategy (Both Equations)

-Using the Multiplication Principle with Both Equations to Solve a -System of Equation by Addition or Subtraction

-What is a System of Inequalities?

-Solving a System of Inequalities by Graphing

-Plus 6 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

**Square Roots and Quadratic Functions**

-Square Numbers and Square Roots

-Square and Square Root Review with Whole Numbers

-Square and Square Root Review with Rational Numbers

-What is an irrational number?

-Solving Quadratic Equations without Factoring (Example 1)

-Solving Quadratic Equations without Factoring (Example 2)

-Finding the Square Roots of Monomials

-Rules for Simplifying Square Roots

-Square Roots in Simplest Radical Form

-Square Roots in Simplest Radical Form with Fractions

-What does it mean to complete the square?

-Steps for Completing the Square

-Solving a Quadratic Equation by Completing the Square

-Solving a Quadratic Equation using the Quadratic Formula

-Finding the Coordinates for the Graph of a Quadratic Function

-Graphing a Quadratic Function

-Plus 9 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

**Converting Units and Comparing Measurements (Mini-Unit)**

Units of Measure in the U.S. Customary System

Ratios to Use for Length Unit Conversions

Ratios to Use for Volume Unit Conversions

Ratios to Use for Weight Unit Conversions

Practice Converting Units (Larger to Smaller)

Practice Converting Units (Smaller to Larger)

Completing Simple Unit Conversions

Converting Units (Changing One Unit)

Converting Units (Changing Both Units)

Converting and Comparing Units

Converting and Comparing Units (2)

Determining Appropriate Quantities

Determining Appropriate Quantities (2)

Graphing a Piecewise Function

Determine the Domain of a Piecewise Function

Write the Function Definition for the Given Graph

Finding Function Values at Given Inputs

Evaluating Piecewise Functions

Step Functions

Graphing a Step Function

Evaluating Step Functions

Floor Function vs. Ceiling Function

Evaluating Floor and Ceiling Functions

Absolute Value Function

Graphing Translated Absolute Value Functions

Graphing Horizontal Translations of Absolute Value Functions

Square Root Function

Graphing Reflections of the Square Root Function

Cube Root Function

Graphing Reflections of the Cube Root Function

Graphing Vertical Translations of the Cube Root Function

Graphing Horizontal Translations of the Cube Root Function

-Plus 6 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities

Please see individual units for detailed descriptions and full-length previews.

These units can be used for introducing topics or to reflect/review what you have covered in class discussion. The problems listed in this activity packet build nicely on each other if introduced in the order that they appear. Our students enjoy filling them out and organizing them in their math journals so that they can refer back to them throughout the year. These activities are a great way to promote writing in math.

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