The purpose of this activity is to encourage students to think about what they are solving for before trying to solve. Many times, students scramble to create an equation without putting thought into why those numbers are used in the order they are
This activity asks students to create a graph based off a real-world situation. Then, it asks students to create the story that corresponds to a graph.
Included are sample answers. However, students will all create different stories and
Students are given real-world scenarios and are asked to create a system of inequalities and graph them using solid or dashed lines and proper shading. Four problems are included.
Included is an answer key.
This is a fun STEM or STEAM project that can be used in a variety of classes. The goal is to create a Ping-Pong ball launcher. Each material is given a price (there are 2 price sheets - One has "pretty numbers" like $2.00 while the other uses
Here are 72 Factoring and FOILing problems for your classroom! These could be used in many ways: math stations, scavenger hunts, individual practice, and more!
- 24 expressions in ax^2 + bx + c form when a = 1
- 24 special case
Have your students use the Pythagorean Theorem to build a pyramid. Using tape and drinking straws your students will have to measure and calculate to create right triangles that combine to create a pyramid. Great for a station activity!
Print out a table for small groups of students, cut out the numbers and have your students determine which numbers are rational and which are irrational. 5 sets of number are included as well as answer keys!
This set includes 30 exponent rules practice problems. They can be used as stations or cut apart and used as task cards. There are 10 one-step problems, 10 two-step problems, and 10 multi-step problems.
Start getting to know your students on the first day! I use these every year during the first week. The kids enjoy it and it makes a nice and easy hallway decoration early in the year for meet the teacher night! Included are four different styles
In this activity, students are asked to create an equation given a real-world scenario. They must then graph the equation and label the slope and y-intercept. From the graph, students must determine a solution and write that solution as a full
I hear the statement "I don't know how to study for math!" all the time in my classroom. I use this handout to organize all of the important information for an upcoming test or quiz. I also have the students keep them and then at the end of the
There are 30 Pythagorean Theorem Task Cards of varying difficulty that make differentiating for different students easy! There are 30 Pythagorean Theorem task cards, a student answer sheet, and an answer key.