Students factor the trinomial in the "start" box. One of the factors will be in the box to the left, right, up or down of the problem. REMEMBER only one factor will be there. The students should watch their signs. Continue until they reach the
Students have to solve the quadratic equation, once they make it equal zero, by factoring the equation. Once they do the answer will be on a piece of the puzzle. They should glue the piece onto the problem to create a picture.
Teachers will need
This trail is 10 problems involving systems of equations with 3 variables. Students start with one problem, find their answer on another card which gives them a new problem to do. They should complete all 10 problems and get back to the first one
There are 14 problems. The students choose any problem them solve it by factoring (GCF, Trimomials). Their solution will be on another card with a new problem. It continues until they have done all problems.
Students will solve Equations with variables on both sides. Once they solve a problem, then they will find their answer on a different card which gives them a new problem. They should work their way through all 15 problems til they return to the
The activity is a math trail where the students solve one system using Substitution Method, find the answer, which tells them the next problem to do. Continue the process until the student is back to the original problem.
Students solve the first equation. Their answer goes into the box of the next problem. With the box replaced with a number, the students now solve that equation. This process goes on until they reach the final answer.
Students will graph the Absolute value inequalities in two variables. When they have there answers they need to find the matching graph on the answer sheet which will tell them the correct lettered piece to place on the problem number. Once all
This activity is a trail done by solving equations with mainly fractions as coefficients. Teacher should cut them apart, place them around the room for students to follow trail. Students should start anywhere, solve the problems, and go find the
This is a cut and paste activity. The students begin with the start card, solve the Q: Questions, find their answer on a different card. Once they have found the answer, they should cut out the card and glue it to the arrow, then solve the
The students are given a grid with FOIL problems to solve. Once they solve the problems, they find the answer on the answer sheet which has the letter of the box they should cut out and glue over the problem.
The teacher does need to do a little
Students start at any card, solve the equation then look for their answer on another card. The new card has a new problem which they should work to find the next card, etc. The students work until they have done all 10 equations and have reach
The product is a trail for students to follow by substituting integers into the Algebraic Expression and solve by order of operations. Teachers should cut apart the trail and place them around the room. Students will start anywhere, substitute and