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Students graph exponential growth and decay functions in this task cards activity. All equations are written in function notation and involve x and y shifts. The answer sheet gives room for a parent table and a shifted table along with the grid
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You can choose to use this set of stock market task cards as real-world practice of place value or place value and percent change. There are 10 cards with 30 questions that ask students to work with place value to find total investments, the dollar
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Students solve systems of equations word problems on 10 digital task cards in this activity. All systems can be solved with elimination (one or both equations may need multiplication first). One additional bonus digital task card asks students to
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Students match 10 equations to their graphs in this quick introductory activity to polynomial graphing. There are also 2 blank grids on the answer sheet where students graph given equations. I use this activity when I'm first introducing polynomial
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Students sketch polynomial equations written in factored form and write the equations of polynomial graphs in this task cards activity. 16 of the cards ask students to sketch given equations and 12 ask them to write the equations of given graphs.
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There are 3 polynomials activities included in this bundle. Students get practice adding, subtracting and multiplying polynomials. You can read the details of each by clicking their links below. Brief descriptions of the activities included in this
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This bundle includes 20 activities for teaching, practicing and reviewing slope and functions. Also included is a set of Linear Equations Flippables for the slope, slope-intercept and point-slope equations. Below are the resources included in this
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Students get moving finding domain and range in this activity. Students can start on any of the 20 posters. On the first poster, they will find domain or range (it will be noted on the poster which they should find), mark it on their answer sheet
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Students get moving finding domain and range. Students can start on any of the 20 posters. On the first poster, they will find domain or range (it will be noted on the poster which they should find), mark it on their answer sheet (included) and then
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Students work through 12 task cards, adding the transactions on each card to their registers. Students then find balances after each transaction and a final balance. Task cards do not need to be completed in order; every student will end with the
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This download is a fun addition to any task cards you use in any class. It can be added to task cards that are being used as test prep, completed on days leading up to a holiday break (hard to focus!), or anytime you'd like to add a layer of
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Students practice finding tips on meals at restaurants in this task cards activity. Each of the 10 task cards asks students to find: a meal's subtotal, a percentage tip on the meal, the meal's total with tip, the amount each friend will need to pay
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Students find percent change between "then and now" costs of 2 items listed on each card. They then compare the percent increases to determine which item's cost increased the most over the years. Students compare prices of food, cars, homes,
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Students determine if the people on each task card are spending within or outside of their budget. Students work with net monthly incomes and monthly spending guideline percentages to determine if spending is too much or too little and what should
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Students add, subtract, multiply and divide functions in this task cards activity. Some of the cards ask students to evaluate at x, others ask students to evaluate at a given value. There are 24 task cards, a student answer sheet and an answer key
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Students practice finding percentages of gross weekly, biweekly, semimonthly and monthly incomes to find total deduction amounts and net incomes. Some questions ask students to find annual income based on the gross and net amounts shown in a
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Students move from poster to poster finding slopes of tables, graphs, equations, coordinate pairs and right triangles. When they find the slope on one poster, they look for their answer in the dotted box on the top of another poster. Students then
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Students solve multi-step radical equations in this task cards activity. Each of the 20 cards has 1 radical equation for students to solve. After solving, students should check their answers for extraneous solutions (3 cards have extraneous
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Given polynomial side lengths, students find areas and perimeters of rectangles while practicing polynomial multiplication and addition. Students are also asked to evaluate their expressions given a value of x. This polynomial activity links what
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Students solve problems involving compound interest in this activity. There are 15 problems on strips of paper that can be stapled into a chain. When a student completes a problem, you can quickly scan the QR code that is on the strip to see if the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a high school teacher certified to teach math, biology and students with moderate disabilities. Over the years I have taught Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-algebra, Geometry, Consumer Math, Biology and General Science. In my current position I teach Special Education Algebra 2 and Consumer Math and love it! Teaching Math-phobic students has turned out to be my strength. Once a kid "gets" math, the whole words opens up.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My number one goal is to always teach math in a way that includes everyone and that makes my students want to go on to take more years of math. To me, giving my students confidence and desire to continue their math education is the most important thing I can do.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I'm a published author of a Chicken Soup for the Soul story called "The Eye Patch". This is a completely random fact but did once land me a teaching job. It's in the Teens Talk Middle School book.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I was always a fan of science but not so much of cutting things up so I majored in environmental science in college. I added a math certification to my biology certification and went on to study Mathematics for Teaching in graduate school. A few years later I pursued my special education license.

You can find me on Instagram @scaffolded.math I blog at scaffoldedmath.com