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Two-Step Equations Notes & Maze Activity Here are Cornell Notes and a maze activity on solving two-step equations (including those with fraction coefficients). For the maze, the answer they get to one problem leads them to the next problem.
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Linear Equations Cut and Paste ActivityThis is a cut-and-paste activity in which students are given a worksheet with graphs, and another worksheet with linear equations written in standard form. Students must figure out the equation of the graph by
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Multi-Step Equations Relay Race ActivityMy students absolutely loved this activity, and I had each group competing for free homework passes, so they were that much more motivated. I put the students in groups of 4 and assigned them each a number 1
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Exponent Rules Graphic Organizer This is graphic organizer reviews the following exponent rules (or laws): product rule, power rule, quotient rule, negative exponent rule, zero exponent rule, and adding/subtracting (like terms only). It is a great
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Factoring Polynomials Graphic Organizer I use this graphic organizer to review all types of factoring just before I play my Factoring "Spin to Win" game. It is a good visual to help students with factoring polynomials. It covers the
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One-Step Equations {Holiday Theme FREEBIE}: Math Lib Activity Math lib activities are a class favorite! In this activity, students will practice solving one-step equations, and generate pieces to a holiday-themed story as they move throughout the
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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Translating Key Words Poster A great poster that shows the key words for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Also shows key words for inequality symbols. Great to print, laminate, and post! I included both color and black and
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Linear Equations Graphic Organizer I use this graphic organizer to review writing linear equations in slope-intercept form right before I play my Gone' Fishin with Linear Equations Game. It's a great way for students to organize all the concepts
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Translating Expressions/Equations/Inequalities Walk-About Activity These are printables that go along with my Translating Expressions/Equations/Inequalities Walk-About Activity. Just print, cut, laminate, and post them around the room. It works
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Representing Relations Graphic Organizer I created this graphic organizer to review the various ways to represent relations: ordered pairs, tables, mappings, graphs, and equations. It also reviews domain, range, and determining whether the
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Angle Relationships Graphic Organizer This is a graphic organizer to review the common angle relationships: adjacent angles, vertical angles, complementary angles, supplementary angles, and linear pair. Check out my Geometry Basics (Points,
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FREE Cornell Notes Template I was very frustrated with finding a Cornell Notes template because many seemed to waste a lot of space. I created this form to maximize space for students to have lots of space. If you find this item useful, please
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Slope Formula: Holiday Coloring Activity {FREEBIE}This is a fun way for students to practice using the slope formula to find the slope of a line given two ordered pairs, and a perfect activity for those days leading up to Christmas! There are 20
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This set of FREE binder covers and spine labels will help organize your instructional materials, and make them pretty too! Choose between color or black and white. Simply customize the unit titles to match your own. The spine labels are ideal for
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Centers of Triangles Graphic Organizer This is a graphic organizer to review the centers of triangles: circumcenter, incenter, centroid, and orthocenter. Space is given for students write down important facts about each center. This worked very
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Direct & Inverse Variation Equations Card Sort In this activity, students are given a set of 18 cards with equations and a graphic organizer. The students must determine which equations represent inverse variation, direct variation, or just a
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Math Back to School eBook for Grades 6-12 2014-2015 School Year Welcome Back Teachers! TpT sellers have been busy this summer! To help you get started or add to your planned classroom resources, we have created a collaborative eBook: “A Back to
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Triangle Similarity (AA~, SSS~, and SAS~) Graphic Organizer This graphic organizer will help introduce or review ways to show triangles are similar, including Angle-Angle, Side-Side-Side, and Side-Angle-Side Similarity. Check out my Similar
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Math Back to School eBook for Grades 7-12 (2015-2016 School Year) Welcome back to school, teachers! The teacher-authors of TpT want to wish you the very best as you enter this new school year. We also want to say thanks for supporting our TpT
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Methods of Solving Systems {Graphing, Substitution, Elimination} Poster This is a slide that I use to remind my students of the three methods to solving systems. For whatever reason, whenever I put it on my board, I get the "oh yeah!" moment with
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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.

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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.

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.