This set of Rational Exponent and Radicals Task Cards is designed for classroom use in pairs, small groups, or by individuals. There are a variety of cards included which focus on the conversion to both simplest exponential form and simplest radical
A great way to get students up and moving around the room. There are 15 different problems including word problems that ask students to simplify, add, subtract and multiply radicals. The scavenger hunt can be used as extra practice, as a station or
These Differentiated Centers of Triangles Task Cards are designed for classroom use in pairs, small groups, or by individuals. They are a great way to differentiate instruction as they have multiple difficulty levels. The first examines student
This set of 60 Unit Conversion task cards are designed for classroom use in pairs, small groups, or by individuals. There are a variety of cards included which focus on the conversion of both customary and metric units of measurement. Units of
This learning activity is comprised of a Bingo game, complete with 25 printable Bingo cards and and an accompanying PowerPoint presentation to display the equations used in the game. The cards can be laminated for multiple usage. It is suitable for
These Differentiated Parallel Lines Cut by Transversal Task Cards are designed for classroom use in pairs, small groups, or by individuals. They are a great way to differentiate instruction as they have four difficulty levels. The first requires
Included in this set of 20 task cards are:
Cards A-D: Identify the sin, cos and tan
Cards E-H: Finding sin, cos and tan using the calculator
Cards I-L: Finding the missing side length
Cards M-P: Finding the missing angle
Cards Q- T: Word Problems
The following task cards focus on writing equations in general form and standard form. Included in the task cards is a student answer sheet for easy grading and a teacher answer key.
Cards A-D: Identify the center and radius
Cards E-H: Given the
These Parallelogram Task Cards Task Cards are designed for classroom use in pairs, small groups, or by individuals. There are a variety of cards included which focus on the characteristics of parallelograms such as squares, rectangles, and
This activity is comprised of a set of 48 various cards, which students match using their knowledge of linear equations. The various cards have linear equations presented as traditional mathematical equations, graphs, tables of ordered pairs, and
There are 60 task cards in this set that come with QR codes and with an answer key. The questions on the cards allow for you to group your students by skill level or by a specific area that needs to be focused on. Within the set are cards that ask
These Differentiated Simplifying Radical Expression Task Cards Task Cards are designed for classroom use in pairs, small groups, or by individuals. There are 40 task cards included and the task cards have multiple difficulty levels. There is a set
Four stations that address basic statistic concepts such as mean, median, standard deviation, dot plots, 5 number summary and box plots. Included with the stations are a station answer sheet for students to make grading easier and an answer key. A
Similar to a jeopardy game, students can review and practice their skills in determining the volume of various geometric figures.The five categories of the game are Spheres, Cones, Cylinders, Prisms, and Pyramids..
Perfect for use with dry erase
This is a scavenger hunt activity that reinforces skills regarding parallel lines cut by a transversal. Students explore angle relationships and common terminology (alternate interior angles, corresponding angles, vertical angles, etc.) and also
Your students can get up and moving as they review GCF and LCM. There are basic problems as well as word problems in the scavenger hunt. The hunt can also be used one station during station activities! Student answer sheet included.
Similar to a Jeopardy game, students can review and practice their skills in dividing polynomials. The five categories of the game are: "Is it a Factor?", "Synthetic Division", "Synthetic Division 2", "Long Division", and "Long Division 2."
In this scavenger hunt, students can use Pascal's triangle to expand the binomial or to find a specific term. My students often found this topic tedious and I wanted to offer them a fun way to review these skills!
This set of task cards asks students to find probability given z scores, find z scores given probability, recognize relationships to the mean given z scores, and find areas both right and left given z scores. They are great for reviewing, practice,