Great end of year project for students to work on after state testing. Requires students to partner up and plan a theme for a restaurant, develop a floor plan, make a menu, calculate surface area, find percent change, create an advertisement, and
Great end of year project where students have to develop an amusement park, create rides, calculate area, find simple interest, create a menu, find percent change, and present their project to the class.
Presentations are done in a shark tank
Students will work collaboratively to collect data, create a scatter plot, and then formulate the line of best fit. Then students will use their data to predict outcomes.
Also works great to have students make big posters and use them as a gallery
Have students practice graphing lines in this fun activity that incorporates art! I use it in my own classroom after only teaching slope-intercept form (there are some equations that require students to first convert to slope-intercept form, then
Students will work in groups of three to translate the algebraic expression, distribute to clear out parentheses, and combine like terms to simplify the expression.
Total of four problems included in the race, I suggest having students change
Students will use what they know about rates, proportions and unit rates to solve problems while seeing a real life application of proportions. Converting currency, finding gas mileage, and much more! Great review activity and works well for
Students will be engaged and active as they walk around the room to complete 8 graphs of linear inequalities. There are inequalities in slope-intercept form, standard form, and vertical and horizontal lines for students to practice.
I have used
Students will have ten problems around the classroom that they need to solve. Each problem has a picture that they will draw on their recording sheet as they go through all ten problems. Students will solve an inequality, then look for the graph of
Students will work through 12 word problems to find their way through the scavenger hunt. Questions include finding percents of numbers, finding the percent given two numbers, and more!
Great for review or extra practice with real life application
Game of 46 cards where students will have to complete trios of equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents, and not get stuck with Old Maid! Fun activity for students to practice finding equivalent rational numbers.
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Students will practice multiplying polynomials, with a brief review of adding and subtracting polynomials in this fun engaging game that your students are sure to LOVE!**Highest level problem is trinomial times trinomial and some questions include
Students will choose a flag to graph onto their coordinate plane and then have to write the equations of the lines they have created. Helps students practice vertical and horizontal lines and their equations as well as lines with positive and