This is a cut and paste puzzle on solving inequalities. Students should cut apart the 16 squares and solve the inequalities on the outsides. The corresponding problem and answer should be taped together.
The completed puzzle with be a 4 x 4 square
Students will create two original triangles on construction paper. They will be responsible for identifying their classification by angles (whether they are right, acute, or obtuse). They will also be responsible for identifying their classification
This fun game requires your students to be accountable for translating expressions into verbal sentences and vice versa. Cut out the 24 "cards" so that each contains an I Have and a Who Has piece.
The single star starts the game, and the double
This product is a stations-style gallery walk with 10 word problems using fractions. Most of the problems involve adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators. A few problems require students to decide which fraction
Students can work in partners or alone to solve the 14 problems. The problem on the left and the problem on the right come to be the same answer. This worksheet requires that students do polynomial classification, addition, subtraction, and
There are four examples to help explain domain and range. Two examples are determining domain and range from a graph. Two examples are drawing the graph from the given domain and range.
I used this lesson with my Algebra 1 class as supplemental
This activity follows Tom's spending for a week. Students must use decimal addition and subtraction to find his balance at the end of the week. I printed a blank check register (not included) that I found online for the students to use. This lesson
Included are 6 stations with word problems and a student answer sheet. These word problems require students to use slope-intercept equations and standard form equations to solve for what is missing.
I used this lesson in an Algebra 1 CM course with
This worksheet can be notes or homework to teach the box method for polynomial multiplication. I have provided the answer key to six problems ranging from the multiplication of binomials to 4-term polynomials.
MATHO is bingo for Math class. Have the students randomly fill in a blank MATHO board (bingo board) with the provided answers. Go through each question and have the students mark off their answers on their boards.
This activity takes students through the basics of correlation and regression. It was leveled for an AP Statistics class. It covers the topics of r, r^2, s, etc.
It is a scaffolded activity walking through the collection and analysis of data