This is a very simple activity to put together that not only has your students reviewing concepts but also learning important class/grade specific procedures. Additionally, it gets kids moving (which they are used to doing after a summer without
Includes Rotations, Reflections, Dilations and Translations. This would be a great review sheet to use at the beginning of class or for homework. It emphasizes transforming figures by applying the rules instead of graphing. You can adapt the
This activity is designed for students to gain practice and understanding identifying the type of answer that a system of linear equations will have (one solution, no solution, infinitely many). There are two different ways you can do this activity
I've always found rotations to be a difficult concept to teach. This discovery allows students to examine rotations that have already been made in order to develop the rules for rotating. Answers included. When you print copies for students, make
This set of stations allows students to practice solving systems with substitution. The answer to the problem leads students to the next problem that they should solve (kind of an "Around the World" review approach).
This guided note sheet is intended for the first day of solving systems. (I originally made this for when I had a sub, but found it to be helpful). This includes what a system is, an example of graphing and how to check. Answers/key points to
This activity includes 6 review stations related to operations with polynomials and classifying polynomials. Throughout this activity, students will be engaged and actively working in groups.
This is a great activity to use as review the day
This is a great activity to help students review the coordinate plane. It promotes higher thinking and collaborative learning. I have students work in pairs to sort/match up the cards. A hint for students, depending on the level, is that there
This bundle includes 4 different discoveries for students - translations, reflections, dilations and rotations. Very little instruction is needed for students to discover the different types of transformations independently or
This activity (individual or cooperative) is perfect practice for calculating slope using the slope formula. Includes the 4 types of slopes (positive, negative, zero and undefined). Easy to use with 2 options (less prep vs. more prep).
This activity includes 22 Order of Operations problems, with two of each answer from 0 to 10. Students can self-check by ensuring that they have two of each type of answer. Included are problems that address common student misconceptions,
*Includes No Solution and All Real Numbers
This activity gets all students thinking and moving in the classroom without taking that much time. It can lead to an engaged class discussion with students feeling free to ask questions and compare their
This activity helps students discovery what happens when you reflect a figure over the x-axis or the y-axis. Students also review finding perimeter and area from a figure on the coordinate plane. This could be a cooperative learning activity or
Includes 4 problems with transformations. Answer key included with suggested breakdown of points. Use this as an in-class assignment, homework, quiz, etc.. Great check-in to see how students are doing with transformations and is an opportunity to
This activity allows students to independently discover how to translate a figure on the coordinate plane. This can be used as part of a lesson on transformations during an in class discovery or could be given as homework (could be use with a
Use this as an in-class review assignment or a homework assignment prior to a quiz on solve systems of linear equations using graphing and substitution. You could also make this a quiz. (Contains 3 graphing problems and 4 substitution problems).
This is great for using as a graded check-in or exit slip after learning how to add, subtract, multiply and divide radicals but prior to a quiz or a test. It is intended to give students feedback. This could also be used as an assessment.
I used this after teaching graphing and substitution as a check-in to provide students with feedback on how they're doing so far with systems. This could also be used as a homework assignment or short quiz. Answers included.