This activity allows students to move around the room or workspace on a hunt for answer to several distributive property problems. This would be great for review of the topic or as a cooperative practice activity after direct instruction.
This activity was created for use in my classroom as a long range review of rate of change/slope in graphs, equations, tables and two coordinate points during the days leading up to Christmas Break.
You can assign the whole page in one night, in
This activity was made to allow students to work through station rotations to collaboratively review solving the various types of one variable equations including: rational coefficients, two-step, multi-step, combining like terms, distributive, and
This activity will have students math up the graph and table for each direct variation linear equation. This is an opportunity to practice finding slop and comparing the different formats of a direct relationship.
This foldable was created for my 8th grade Pre-Algebra classes. We only covered the graphing and substitution methods and this foldable allowed us to review the steps and examples in a concise format for their notebooks.
I created my own version of a classroom newsletter that is ready to be edited and copied (in black and white) for each student to take home. The newsletter includes a peek at the week, notes to parents, and birthdays.