In honor of the Chicago Cubs making it to the World Series, here are five word problems for students to solve to learn some fun facts about the team and its players. This works great as an extra credit assignment, POW, or even as a collaborative
This is great as an extension to plotting points and graphing lines from standard form. The first part is geared towards discussing what the definitions mean and understanding the vocabulary. Then work through one example of each, and students are
Celebrate the holidays with this graphing using intercepts maze. This makes a great activity during or towards the end of a unit. Students work their way to the end of the maze, with a few dead ends on the way.
Just in time for the Super Bowl! 10 facts relating to the Super Bowl, Patriots, and Falcons that students must solve through math. Concepts include ratios and proportions, averages, percents, scientific notation, and more!
10 stations with different trinomials for students to practice factoring. This is perfect for after teaching students how to factor when a is not equal to 1. Students can work individually, in pairs, or groups to complete this activity.
Extension activity for students who need an extra challenge. Spend a few minutes explaining how matrix operations work, and let students work through the rest. Explains scalar multiplication and matrix addition and subtraction.
Great activity to allow students to practice solving compound inequalities. There are also two questions where students have to translate a sentence to a compound inequality. Extremely easy to check to see if students were on the right path - great