This interactive notebook foldable is an excellence resource for your students to reference when solving percent problems.
I have included pictures of the final product, as well as a few examples you can you in class with your students.
Students will create their own systems of inequalities and try to kill some zombies!
It's a great way to review those systems of inequalities in a way that has the students create AND graph them, not just do problems on a page.
Have your students practice exponent rules by using this Sudoku game. They will solve each problem using exponent rules (add, subtract, and multiply the exponents). Their answers go in the next column. The number that is "boxed" is the answer that
This foldable is for your students' interactive notebooks as you introduce functions.
Students will be able to refer to this as they learn and apply their skills when working with functions.
An example one is provided (with all examples included).
There are 4 stations- Unit Prices Activity, Similar Figures Coloring Activity, Proportions Math Libs, Unit Rates and Proportions Puzzle.
All keys are included and the directions for each activity are included on the student pages.
Students will graph each system of equations. Each system will kill either a zombie or a cupcake. They will match the system with the zombie or cupcake that it kills.
My students LOVED this! It really made them work harder than just solving systems
Students will cut out the pieces, factor the polynomials, then match up the polynomial with its factored form.
I have students show all their work on their own paper.
Some polynomials will not have answers to match up with. Those are the "edge
This test has one-step inequalities, multi-step inequalities, compound inequalities, absolute value inequalities, and story problems. It also has some review questions at the end in order to "spiral" their understanding.
This activity is meant to be done after "percent of change" has been taught, to reinforce the material and apply it to real life situations.
The students will see what an item cost in a previous year. They will look up the cost of it now and
Students will start at one letter and solve the problem. The answer is on another page. They will find it and solve the answer at that letter. This continues until they have gone through all the letters.
If the students find themselves at a letter