I created this packet on tree diagrams for my probability unit so that students could work with one another to learn how to create a tree diagram on their own without my direct instruction. This gave me the freedom to help students that needed more
Every year I get my students excited about the NCAA Men's Basketball March Madness Tournament. I see articles written year after year from statisticians, sports journalist, celebrities, etc. about predicting the perfect bracket. Regardless that most
I created this activity, because I was just as bored as my students copying down definitions. The students receive a note sheet that has all the important angle relationships and a transversal example. The cards are placed around the room. Students
This activity is always a lot of fun for my students. The students move around to each stations and use their knowledge of ratios, rates and proportions to solve common every day problems. The station topics include:
2. Finding the best
In this project, students must design a mall that meets the criteria of the "developers". Certain stores must meet a required area, there must be a minimum amount of space for walking room in the mall, the blueprint must follow a specific and
Your students will love this QR activity for reviewing linear functions. Questions include finding slope, identifying the equation of a given line, solving for slope-intercept form, and more.
It is designed for middle school and takes approximately
Save yourself hours of time creating warm-ups for your students. This file includes a total of 234 days worth of warm ups (120 days for 7th grade math and 114 days for math 7 honors/math 8/prealgebra).
Each warm-up sheet includes 6 days. Each day
Help students understand how the distributive property works with an application they already know a lot about - food! This worksheet is used as an introduction and engagement to distributive property. Included in the file are pictures to print and
This is the template that I used to create my QR scavenger hunt for Functions. All the locations for the scavenger hunt are generic to any school (but can easily be changed on a QR generator website if needed). I have taken out my questions and
This activity can be used as an assessment or as a station activity. There are 5 questions per unit (integers, properties and real numbers, rational numbers, expressions, equations and inequalities.) There is also a section for basic skill practice.
Once you download this file and use it in your Algebra class, I am certain you will never want to teach another way!
My students have loved every second of the blended learning format of my class. I have created google slides for each lesson's
Students choose a dream destination and research to find how far away this location is from their home/school. With the distance and conversion helper on the back, they convert the the distance into feet, inches and centimeters. They then rewrite