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Help the mice find the cheese by solving systems of equations using the graphing method. All equations in this maze are in slope-intercept form. Graphs are provided on a separate sheet to be printed on the back of the maze and all equations fit on
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Help the mice find the cheese by solving systems of equations using the elimination method. Mazes are a fun self checking exercise for students. If the answer students get isn't on the maze, then they know to try again or ask for assistance. I
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Scavenger Hunt: Slope and Rate of Change Problems. Contains 18 problems where students have to 1. calculate the slope from a graph or two points, 2. calculate the rate of change from a graph or table of values This also includes an alternate
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Help the mice find the cheese by solving systems of equations using the substitution method.Â Mazes are a fun self checking exercise for students. If the answer students get isn't on the maze, then they know to try again or ask for assistance. I
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Writing linear equations in slope intercept form given: 1) slope and y-intercept and 2) the equation in standard form Scavenger Hunt. This Scavenger Hunt includes 20 problems that require the student to write the equation of a line in
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Add, subtract, or multiply polynomials with this polynomial dice game. Divide students into groups and have them practice only adding, subtracting, or multiplying polynomials or use the multiple operation dice and have them practice all these
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Help the mice find the cheese at the end of the maze by solving one-step equations. Maze worksheets are a great way for students to self assess. They also make fun ways to review topics that have already been covered. Have students color the
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Geometry symbols quiz and crossword puzzle help to reinforce important basic geometry notation and symbols. 21 Terms Included on the quiz -line -ray -line segment -arc -perpendicular -parallel -similar -segment -length of segment -triangle -if and
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Need a fun way for your students to practice simplifying exponential expressions with the different exponent rules? This fun connect 4 game will have 2 students working against each other to try to get 4 correct in a row. The game board has 35
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Help the mice find the cheese by solving systems of equations. All three mazes are bundled for one discounted price. See a preview of each maze here: Solving Systems by Graphing Solving Systems by Substitution Solving Systems by Elimination Mazes
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Solving multi-step equations with a fun Turkey Shoot Scavenger hunt. Student will use a QR-code reader to assess their own understanding as they review topics from the following Solving Equations topics; -multi-step equations -equations with
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Post-its just seem to work for me because I can't stand white out in my lesson plan book. On those days when I have to "monitor and adjust" I can now just move my post-it notes or get a new one. This works for me and maybe their is someone else out
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Reduce Reuse and Recycle Symbol in green as well as other colors to correspond with your school colors. Also, included are two borders using the green recycle symbol to go along with whatever project you are working on. My cheerleaders are
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Help the mice find the cheese at the end of the maze by solving two-step equations. Maze worksheets are a great way for students to self assess. They also make fun ways to review topics that have already been covered. Have students color the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught 10 through 12 grade Algebra 2, Transition to College Math, Geometry, and Algebraic Connections my first 3 years teaching. I have been teaching 9th grade for the past 4 years where I teach Pre-AP Geometry, Algebra 1, and remediation.

MY TEACHING STYLE

This is my first year to use interactive notebooks, so I am FAR from and expert but the students really love them! My teaching style is really whatever works, I'm willing to try anything to help students learn whether that is a scavenger hunt activity, sorting game, hands on lesson, getting up and moving around. I am continually looking for new ways to make learning fun, interesting, relevant, connect to other subjects and interests of students, but most of all STICK!!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the month is about the best award you can get in my book I was graced with this honor last year at my school. Very humbled because I work with some amazing educators.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from Arkansas Tech University with a degree in Secondary Mathematics Education.

I am a wife and mother of 3 wonderful kiddos. I love that both of my school age kids say that their favorite subject is math. It makes my heart smile. The little one will hopefully follow in these footsteps, his favorite show is Team Umizoomi.