With a partner, students will solve a pair of quadratic equations by factoring. If completed correctly, there will be a "shared" solution. Students will not be able to just copy each others work because each partner has a different equation for
Students will match each graph with the vertex and standard form of the quadratic function. It works well to print the 2nd and 3rd page front/back and page 1 front only so that students can cut apart the forms of the quadratic functions and
Just print, cut pages in half and post around your classroom! This is a GREAT review for factoring polynomials and solving polynomial equations. Students may start with any problem posted around the room and if all are completed correctly, the
Just print the flipchart pages and post around your classroom! Students will practice using the distributive property with a monomial and binomials. A blank student's answer sheet is on the last page of the flipchart.
Each partner will factor their quadratic expression. Once factored, place the factors in the middle column as shown. Make sure to place the “shared factor” in the middle of the Venn Diagram. If each partner factors their expression and no “shared
Students create their own BINGO card with answers given. The teacher calls out the expression to be simplified. When the student finds their answer on their card, they will write the problem number inside the appropriate square on the card. This
This matching activity contains 10 functions that need to be matched with the function's domain and range as well as the graph. Teachers will need to print the original file (also to be used as the answer key) then scramble before making copies for
Use algebra tiles to discover the meaning of "collecting like terms". Although I did not have an actual set of tiles, this activity worked GREAT with cardstock cut to the three sizes and colors shown. Students will enjoy "coloring" their solutions