Students match the tables, graphs, and equations of various functions.
The twist? Not only do all the cards use the same numbers, but there are also extra cards included! In addition, at the end, students must find the three cards that form a
Want to find out just how well your students know linear equations?
In this activity, students are given limited information about a linear equation: intercepts, slope, or slope-intercept, standard, or point-slope form of the equation. From this
Each student gets one half-page, with either Activity A or B. After the student completes their five problems, they find a partner with the other activity. If they worked all the problems correctly, their answers will be the same (although in a
Tri-Angle Roll is an activity to help students practice finding the interior and exterior angles of a triangle. Students roll number cubes to determine two of the angles, and then solve for all others. Included are two "Math in Writing" questions
This is an activity to get kids up and moving around, while also communicating about their math.
Students solve one problem at a time, and then find a partner who has completed the same problem. The partners compare solutions: if they have the
This is a homework for introducing Standard Form to Algebra students. It includes determining whether or not an equation is in Standard form, writing equivalent equations, and transforming equations from one form to another.
Key is attached.