# mathNoodle

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Shh! No talking! Silent Sums is a cooperative skill practice activity for middle school students who are learning to solve two-step equations with rational numbers. All equations are in the form px + q = r. Each game sheet consists of four
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How have Olympic swimming speeds changed over time? Are male and female swimmers getting faster at the same rate? Is a linear model a reasonable way to predict how fast future gold medalists will swim the 100-meter freestyle? In "Swimming in
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Use this quick cut-and-paste activity to get your algebra students thinking about how absolute value inequalities relate to compound inequalities. Cut and sort 12 cards depicting the four general absolute value inequalities (greater than, less
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***This product includes a SmartNotebook file.*** Ghosts in the Graveyard is a spookily fun review game for Algebra I, great for Halloween but can be played at any time. Teams will solve linear equations that have been "carved" into tombstone
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Engage your students in understanding a proof of the Pythagorean Theorem! Using scrapbook paper, this presentation will walk students through the process of making a Pythagorean paper puzzle that becomes a visual proof of the famous theorem. Can
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Shh! No talking! Silent Sums is a cooperative skill practice activity for middle school students who are learning to find the slope of a line. Each game sheet consists of four problems, with the first three rounds focusing on identifying slope
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***This product is a SmartNotebook file! Please ensure you have SmartNotebook software before purchasing.*** Strategy-style board game meets review session meets interactive technology! "Obstruction" is an engaging and fast-paced way to spice up
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Looking for a worksheet alternative to practice multiplying binomials? Have fidgety students who need to move around the classroom? Try the Feedback Loop! This activity consists of 8 half-fold cards to be posted around the classroom, creating a
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Whatâ€™s equivalent to clock(work + wise)? Well, clockwork + clockwise, of course! This set of ten expressions will give students a chance to do some really silly mathematics while engaging in the process of expanding an expression in the form
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Perfect for Algebra I! Keep your studentsâ€™ neurons charged with this engaging collaborative activity. After writing, graphing, and converting point-slope equations, your students will be more familiar and flexible with this form of linear
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The experienced middle school student quickly grows weary of "getting to know you" activities and "favorites" surveys, especially when given these tasks by five different teachers in the first week of school! With some funny, unexpected, and
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I'm not sure how this happened, but I've been reliving middle school over and over for the past 13 years! From a teacher's perspective, of course.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I ask "Why?" a lot. Almost constantly. I want students to understand the reasoning behind the math they learn, to make sense of it themselves whenever possible, and to bring the math to life in a variety of contexts. I tell my students they are too quiet sometimes - I love collaboration and get really excited when I hear kids having a rich math argument. I also enjoy helping kids improve their number sense and mental math, to become more efficient and confident mathematicians.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Master's degree in Middle School Education with a math focus. I have also taken multiple courses in special education. Prior to life in teaching, I studied linguistics, French, German, and dance.

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