This bundle contains each of the following items:
This includes both a presentation of notes slides (in both PDF and Promethean formats) and a file (in PDF format) for printing guided notes for students.
This vocabulary sheet is an excellent way for students to students remember the vocabulary terms in this unit. It is especially helpful for students whose first language is not English.
This activity gives students the opportunity to practice in pairs. Although both students are doing different problems, they will both get the same answer to each problem. This is an amazing way to ensure that everyone in the room understands material.
Everyone’s favorite quiz game includes a game board that keeps track of which questions have already been used. This is a great way to review adding, subtracting, factoring out GCF, FOIL, factoring, and special cases.
This is a great way to get students out of their seats and working together in small teams to review polynomials. (Maze is also known as a “Go-To” Game or Scavenger Hunt.)
Like Maze, this review gets students out of their seats and working together in small teams. This activity contains more of a fantasy element with some great graphics. This ends with a deeper, more “common core” question than any of the other games.
Like NumeriQuest, this reviews the entire polynomials unit and asks challenging, but not too challenging, questions. This out-of-your-seat, small group activity has students solving problems in order to obtain alibis for people, places, and mathematical “weapons” so they can solve a crime.