I use this with my advanced class and they LOVED the challenge and were asking me if I had any more triangles for them to work on.
This could also used in a Math Centers format.
Students work to find multiple missing angles in each problem.
I used this to review calculating percent error and change, tax, tip, discount, commission, and simple interest with my 7th Graders.
This packet reviews the basics as well as challenges students to think outside of the step by step
I don't know about you, but slope is my favorite part of algebra! However, students seem to forget every rule about equations when converting standard form equations to slope intercept form.
This activity - (typically used in a station format) -
This is a good project to end your unit on linear equations and systems of equations. Students will be given a "profile" of a graph that states characteristics of the lines (ex. positive/negative slope, y-intercept, solutions, etc.) They will then
This could serve as a study guide or guided notes.
-rules for adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing decimals
-order of operations
-examples for each section
Math, Order of Operations, Decimals
Study Guides, Graphic Organizers, Interactive Notebooks
This serves a great, quick way to review geometry vocabulary before a unit assessment as well as a few practice problems.
This is a quick way to reinforce the unit's information and ensure that students have a study resource. It is also formatted