# Ms K

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This coloring activity is a fun way to help students practice converting between logarithm and exponential form. The end result is a pretty picture that you can hang in your classroom and a student who is a whiz at converting from log to exponential
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Student can practice factoring trinomials by coloring this picture. This practice helps cement factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient of 1.
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This activity will help you students determine the degree and leading coefficient of polynomials. They will become proficient in polynomial vocab while showing off their artistic side by coloring!
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This coloring activity is a fun way to help students practice solving simple exponential equations. These are pretty quick problems, and students should be able to do this easily.
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This activity is a good way for students to work through completing the square in a different way. This activity can be done when students first learn completing the square â€“ they can follow the steps without actually having to do the problem all on
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This color by number will help students practice graphing linear systems to find the point of intersection. Once they find the solution, students can color in the picture with the matching colors. Worksheet includes systems with no solution and
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This activity is great for students to work in pairs or groups and prompts some math discourse on how to predict the roll of the dice. Students will roll dice and record the total of each roll. They create a graph with their data and answer
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Student will practice graphing linear functions in standard form, while using their artistic abilities to make it beautiful! All equations are in standard form, and student can practice graphing by intercepts or changing to slope-intercept form. As
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Students will practice factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient that is not one. This activity gives students several opportunities to factor and a silly joke to laugh about at the end!
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These printables are a great way to display the Law of Sines and Cosines formulas around your room. Your students will fill in the formulas and color the printables to make a fun resource for your classroom.
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This is a fun activity for students to play with cards and find the probability of different events. The activity includes an answer sheet, recording sheet and graphs. Students will draw cards and record how many draws it takes to get to the desired
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This is a simple coloring activity to practice finding the values of special angles from the unit circle. Students can use their calculator or their unit circle. They can use the answers given to determine what to color each piece of the picture.
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Students can practice solving linear systems using substitution or elimination. These problems can be posted around the classroom to get your students up and moving while they practice solving systems. They will solve one problem to lead them to the
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This activity will give your students practice graphing lines in slope-intercept form, including horizontal lines. They will also get the chance to show their artistic side by coloring the graph to look like stained glass. As an added bonus, this is
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Students will practice graphing linear functions written in both standard and slope-intercept forms. This can be done as a project, and students get the chance to show their artistic sides by coloring. As a bonus, this makes a great addition to your
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This activity focuses on solving equations containing e or ln. Students will have to solve using the opposite function. The equations are fairly easy and will help students figure out how to use natural logs. Students then use the solutions to color
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Students will practice simplifying rational expressions by factoring and finding excluded values. There are 12 puzzles in total and can be done individually, in pairs or even groups. This is a great in-class activity to help students figure out how
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This is a fun activity for students to practice working with circles: their graphs, their equations and their key features. Students can work in pairs or groups and use technology to graph. They will try to sink a submarine by strategically placing
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This foldable is helpful when students are learning trig functions (SohCahToa). They can use this as a resource during classwork, on their homework and even on a quiz/test! It helps them learn which function to use, especially when doing word
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This foldable is helpful when students are learning inverse trig functions (csc, sec, cot). They can use this as a resource during classwork, on their homework and even on a quiz/test! It helps them learn which function to use, and helps cement the
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I love teaching math! I always try to find fun ways to share concepts with students. I believe the most important part of teaching is building relationships. I do my best to connect with students and to make their learning experience FUN!