# Math Hacks

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Lessen the stress of preparing for a substitute with this re-usable, fully editable Substitute Lesson Plan Template on Google Docs and simultaneously set your substitute up for success. Subs walk into a new classroom each day, so this document is
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This 1 page, 1 fold Foldable Syllabus is perfect for the secondary school teacher who wants an updated, fun look to their syllabus but doesn't want to use a lot of paper! Customize this document in Google Slides by adding your own text. Choose
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Streamline your retake/reflection process with these Retake Request and Test Reflection/Correction forms. This customizable starter kit includes student directions, student response pages, and a retake sign up sheet for your classroom. Each student
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Graphing with Intercepts Puzzle Activity This puzzle match activity reinforces the Algebra 1 skills needed to graph equations written in standard form using x- and y-intercepts. Students work individually or as a group to match each equation to
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ThisÂ Calculator Hacks WorksheetÂ highlights the different ways students can use the graphing calculator as an alternative method to solving the multiple-choice questions presented. This is perfect for those end of the year review test prep sessions
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With this interactive Google Slides activity, students practice taking written expressions and translating them into algebraic expressions. Students drag and drop the algebraic expressions below the matching word sentences. This digital edition
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Use this Factoring with a Greatest Common Factor Make a Match Activity to practice factoring expressions with a GCF. Use it as a warm up, in-class activity, or homework assignment. Students factor each expression and drag and drop the two factors
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Thanksgiving Graphing Linear Equations Practice - Color a Turkey Use this coloring activity to reinforce and review skills associated with graphing linear equations. It can be used as a quick in-class review before the holiday or as a homework
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With this Words to Symbols Cut and Paste Activity, students practice taking written expressions and translating them to algebraic expressions. Use this as a warm-up, in-class activity, or homework assignment. An answer key is included. Concepts
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This activity engages Algebra 1 students physically, mentally, and emotionally as they practice translating words into mathematical symbols and vice versa. Students walk around the classroom, trading papers with 14 different classmates and
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Use thisÂ Factoring Trinomials with a Coefficient of 1 Make a Match Digital ActivityÂ to practice factoring trinomials. Use it as a warm up, in-class activity, or homework assignment. Students factor each expression and drag and drop the two factors
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These twelve (12) digital task cards reinforce the Algebra concept of converting between all three forms of linear equations (point-slope form, slope-intercept form, and standard form) given different information. Students begin the activity by
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This differentiated golf game gives your Algebra students practice with properties (reflexive, symmetric, transitive), solving equations, solving literal equations, writing equations and solving equation applications, and set notation. The game
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Linear Equations Graphic Organizer Use this linear equations graphic organizer as a companion to your class notes and examples on writing linear equations. Alternatively, use one of the two fill in the blank versions for guided notes or as an exit
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This End of Year Reflection 5-4-3-2-1 graphic organizer activity allows your students the time to reflect on their year in your class. Additionally, use the student responses in the "Advice to Next Year's Students" section to welcome next year's
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Print multiple copies of this Assessment/Assignment Tracking SheetÂ and grab one each time you sit down to grade! This graphic organizer helps you identify and remember whose papers you are missing due to absence or the accommodation of extended
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Welcome to my TPT store! I've been a Middle School Math and Algebra teacher for 11 years. I've been creating my own resources all along and now I'm excited to share and create more for you!

MY TEACHING STYLE

My middle school students are "loud learners". They love to socialize with each other. I try to balance individual work with cooperative learning tasks in order to keep them engaged and focused. They appreciate any effort to make a regular worksheet into an interactive activity or game! I always want students to know what they are learning and what they should be able to do. I believe desired learning outcomes should be clearly communicated and nothing left to surprise!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned my Bachelors Degree in Education in 2005 (Middle School Math and Science) and Masters in the Art of Teaching in 2011 (Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment). I've had my eyes set on being a teacher for as long as I can remember!

Is there a resource you are interested in that you don't see? Let me know! Follow me on Instagram! @MSMathHacks Fonts shown in storefront by KGFonts and CKFonts. Clipart by Whimsy Clips.