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Systems of Equations (Graphing vs. Substitution) Partner ActivityPartner A will solve the first system of equation by graphing while Partner B solves the same system by substitution. If their answers match they move on, if not, they swap papers and

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Order of Operations, Evaluating Expressions, One-Step Equations ReviewThis activity is called "A Rolling Review" because students are paired up and use two dice to select the problems they will be solving from the board. Directions are as

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Students will practice solving multi-step equations, including those with distribution and variables on both sides. Students are paired up and assigned half of the board. They roll two dice to see which problems they are solving. For example, if

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Students will practice solving systems of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination methods. Partner A will solve the first system by graphing while Partner B solves the same system by substitution and Partner C solves the same system by

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Linear Equations: Review Book & Stations Activity
This is an alternative and much more fun way to review graphing and writing linear equations. Using a review book, students rotate through math stations.
Each station is a page of their

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Solving Quadratic Equations (Factoring vs. Quadratic Formula): Partner Activity
This is a great collaborative activity to practice solving quadratic equations by both factoring and quadratic formula methods. Partner A will solve the first equation

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Distance Formula and Midpoint Formula Partner Activity
This product includes Cornell notes on both the distance formula and midpoint formula along with a partner riddle activity. An answer key to both the notes and activity is included.
This

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Linear Equations Choice Board Projects
I created this choice board for my linear equations unit to incorporate more differentiation and vary the types of formative assessment. Students chose one project from each column, so they did three tasks

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Exponent Rules Dice GameStudents will practice simplifying expressions with exponents through this "Rolling Review" Dice Game activity. Knowledge of the product rule, quotient rule, and power rule are required for this activity. This activity does

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In this activity, students will practice graphing quadratic equations, as well as identifying their axis of symmetry, domain, and range, through visiting 8 stations. All equations are given in standard form.
The only prep work required is to print

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Factoring a Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Drag and Drop Activity
Students work in groups of 2-3 to factor the eight given polynomials by determining the greatest common factor. They must sort through the factors and place them on their activity

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Linear Equations Round TableThis is a round table activity to use with groups of 3's. The directions are as follows:Person #1 graphs the two given ordered pairs. They use a ruler to connect them and make a line.Person #2 verifys that Person #1

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Quadratic Equations Review Book and Stations Activity
This is an alternative and much more fun way to review graphing and solving quadratic equations. Using a review book, students rotate through math stations.
Each station is a page of their

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught Math 8, Algebra, Honors Algebra, and Geometry here in Virginia!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a fan of structured notes that are easy to for students to read, followed by lots of fun activities to keep them engaged and practice their new skills! I am ALWAYS looking for new ideas that present concepts to my students in a fun and exciting way. I believe that the appearance of what we give our students matters greatly. In a day where we are competing with the newest gadgets, we need to grab their attention and interests.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from the State University of New York at Brockport in 2006 with a degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Education.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Originally from Orchard Park, NY, I relocated to Virginia with my husband, and our two young boys. I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, and Geometry to 8th graders and LOVE IT! Not only is teaching my passion, but also creating materials that students can relate to, find more appealing, and make learning more fun.

GRADES

PreK, Kindergarten, 1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool, Not Grade Specific

SUBJECTS

Math, Algebra, Calculus, Fractions, Geometry, Order of Operations, PreCalculus, Trigonometry, For All Subject Areas, Statistics, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Decimals