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Systems of Equations CARD MATCH & AROUND THE ROOM Activities with fun Superhero vs. Villains Theme
This is a resource for reviewing Solving Systems of Equations using all 3 methods: Graphing, Elimination and Substitution. 7 problems are set up

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Easter Egg Algebra with Exponent Rules/Exponent Properties/Laws of Exponents.
There are 16 problems which require students to use their knowledge of the following Exponent Rules:
*Product of Powers Exponent Rule
*Power of a Product Exponent

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Exponent Rules/Law of Exponents/Exponent Properties. Students will create a decorative chain to hang in the classroom by completing 25 laws of exponents problems. Includes the following Exponent Rules (as well as a combination of the Exponent

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Students will identify the slope-intercept form linear equation with its graph in this 24 problem matching activity. Excellent for reinforcing slope and y-intercept. This activity can also be used to complement a lesson implementing the use of the

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Solving Systems of Equations using the Elimination Method Coloring Activity: Students will practice the ELIMINATION METHOD for SOLVING SYSTEMS of EQUATIONS in this coloring activity resource. There are 14 systems of equations problems which become

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Students will practice graphing linear equations given Standard Form, Slope-Intercept Form and Point-Slope Form Equations. There are THREE LEVELS of equations included to allow for easy differentiation of instruction.
Level 1 consists of

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Students will practice solving 14 algebraic equations including: two-step equations, multi-step equations and equations with variables on both sides. This coloring activity has 3 levels of difficulty to make differentiating assignments

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Students will evaluate 16 functions written in function notation given the input or output. This resource works well as independent practice, homework, extra credit or even as an assignment to leave for the substitute (includes answer key!)
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Students will find the solutions to 16 quadratic equations by completing the square. This resource works well as independent practice, homework, extra credit or even as an assignment to leave for the substitute (includes answer key!)
Top 3 Reasons

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Students will simplify 16 problems using the Distributive Property. This resource works well as independent practice, homework, extra credit or even as an assignment to leave for the substitute (includes answer key!)
Top 3 Reasons to Use Coloring

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Solving Quadratic Equations: Students will find the solutions to 16 quadratic equations. Some equations are set equal to 0 while others require manipulating the equation. The color to the correct answer corresponds with the problem number on the

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Students will practice adding and subtracting integers in this fun self-checking maze activity. The correct maze path requires students to evaluate 18 adding and/or subtracting integer problems. Works well as independent practice, homework or even

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Solving Equations Puzzle; 21 problems including Two-Step Equations, Multi-Step Equations and Equations with Variables on Both Sides. Students will cut out the answers to the equations and paste them together. The final puzzle is a picture of a cute

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am in my 17th year of teaching students math education. My experience ranges from 5th grade through 12th grade in both the public and private school systems.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style has evolved over the years and I most recently find myself incorporating student-led learning in my classroom. I use a variety of approaches and strategies to maximize collaborative peer teaching.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

"Influential Teacher" 2013 "Influential Teacher" 2015 "Influential Teacher" 2016 "Influential Teacher" 2017

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS in Applied Learning and Development from The University of Texas @ Austin; MS in Educational Administration from University of Scranton

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Hello! I'm Marie. I'm the mom of an active pre-schooler. While I've been a biological mom for just 4 years, I've been a mom for the past 17 years...to 1000+ kids. I love being a math teacher. More specifically, I am a high school Algebra teacher. I’ve held the title of Algebra teacher for my entire career. Every now and then I sprinkle in a little 5th grade math and middle school math but I always keep Algebra as my main gig. It’s my first love. I’ve told my students many times that while you can like many subject areas, you will only truly love one. (insert student eye roll here) For me, it’s Algebra.

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5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}, Higher Education, Homeschool

SUBJECTS

Specialty, Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Basic Operations, Geometry, Graphing, Order of Operations, Science, Math Test Prep, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Thanksgiving, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa, Autumn, Halloween, Winter, Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Spring, Test Preparation