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Bee-do, Bee-do, Bee-do.
This is FUN way to practice graphing points. Students plot points standard coordinate plane then "connect the dots" as they go. As
This worksheet takes about 30-60 minutes to complete (depending on the student) and can

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Katniss Everdeen, the girl who was "on fire."
My students are hooked on the Hunger Games, so I created this graphing activity as a special treat. This worksheet takes about 30 minutes to complete and can be used for review or sub plans. It is also

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I originally designed this activity for 7th grade students as fun way to review integers. It would also work well for an Algebra course, extra credit, or as emergency sub plans.
I work a few of the problems with the students and encourage them to

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This is a FUN factoring review that I use with my Algebra 1 classes. The worksheet includes 16 factoring problems that increase in difficulty. I've also included two designs/answer keys. This way students can work in pairs. They work the same

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This is fun, easy to grade, partner activity for reviewing mean, median, mode, and range. It takes my students roughly 20 minutes to complete and is ideal for class work or a sub plans.
I encourage students to work in pairs. They work each

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This is fun, easy to grade, partner activity for reviewing mean, median, mode, and range. It takes my students roughly 20 minutes to complete and is ideal for class work or a sub plans.
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This is a fun graphing activity that I developed as cross-curricular activity for my seventh grade students. It works well for emergency sub plans or as an introduction to graphing.
The students plot a series of points on a coordinate plane

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This is a fun review of functions that I use with my Algebra 1 and Pre-Algebra classes. The worksheet includes 25 function problems that increase in difficulty.
Working with function rules is all about reading and following directions. This

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Students plots points and connect points in order to create a spiraling hexagons. Then color their designs to dazzling, symmetrical patterns.
This activity requires a high level of precision. Precise placement of points and rules are a must! It

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This is a light, fun way to introduce or review multi-step equations. I designed this activity as a lesson for a Pre-Algebra class. However, it would well as an introductory lesson for an Algebra course, a quick review, extra credit, or as

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This is fun, easy to grade, partner activity for reviewing mean, median, mode, and range. This worksheet includes positive and negative integers. I also offer a version using only positive values.
It takes my students roughly 20 minutes to

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Join Bilboe Baggins in his great adventure and discover the magnificent and mysterious, terrible and tremendous, chiefest and greatest of calamities, the unassessabley wealthy, mightiest of all Dragons, Lord Smaugh . . . the "King Under the

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Here is a fun way to review multi-step equations. This activity works well with both Pre-Algebra and Algebra classes.
The activity is four pages long and includes 18 pairs of equations (or 36 problems).
For each question, students solve equations

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Stained Glass Math is a FUN way for students to practice their multiplication skills.
This worksheet includes 30 multiplication problems. Students work the problems, then write their answers in the boxes. Then, they connect pairs of matching

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This is a fun way for students to practice operations with integers. It also lays a nice foundation for multiplying binomials. I use this activity as both an introduction to integers as well a preface to binomial multiplication.
Students are

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This is the first of 6 review sheets that I use with my Algebra 1 class. The sheets are designed to help my students review for the ECA (end of course assessment).
This worksheet is also included in the Algebra ECA

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have 16 years experience teaching middle school and high school math. My specialty is Algebra, but I've taught all courses ranging from basic math through Pre-Calculus.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a proponent of lifelong learning and believe that education should be fun and challenging. My classroom is structured and organized, but also a comfortable environment where students are not afraid to ask questions, work, and learn together.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I hold degrees in Math, Education, and Theology. I have BS from Taylor University and an MA from Columbia International University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I'm a proud father of 4, small business owner, inventor, and teacher who loves learning an exploring new ideas.

GRADES

2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

SUBJECTS

English Language Arts, Specialty, Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Geometry, Graphing, Numbers, PreCalculus, Other (Math), Physical Education, For All Subject Areas, Business, Statistics, Algebra 2, Coaching