This resource is one of my favorite ways to allow students to practice with solving systems at their own pace! With a classroom of 30+ students, it helps to have an activity that has automatic differentiation happening! Set up 3 stations
Students must match each two step equation with a corresponding one step (after one inverse operation has been completed) and then finally the answer. This could be done as a card sort (if you wanted to cut out the cards) or as a packet where
In this interactive class activity, students work with many of their peers to practice multiplying polynomials (simple binomials through trinomials). Ditch the worksheet and try a Partner Round Up instead! Students will enjoying moving around the
This worksheet aims to have students start to see how changes in the radius and height of a cylinder effect the volume. The goal is for students to see that a change in the radius has a greater effect on volume than a change in the height.
This is an interactive activity that allows students to work together. Each student receives a card with either a radius or height measurement. Then students pair up so that one partner has a radius measurement and one partner has a height
A quick reference for students learning about perfect squares and square roots. I have used this bookmark in the 8th grade Common Core units involving estimating square roots on a number line, Pythagorean Theorem, Irrational and Rational Numbers,
Students compare the perimeter and area of different squares to discover linear growth in the perimeter and non linear growth in the area. An attached post activity homework assignment is included. No answer keys yet!
Students practice factoring 10 quadratic functions and using the Zero Product Property to solve for the x-intercepts. The looping format of this scavenger hunt allows for instant feedback to students as they look for the next station in the loop.