Keep the craze going with a fun, Pokemon themed math activity! Students will plot ordered pairs on a coordinate plane to make Pokemon's most popular character, Pikachu! Includes page with ordered pairs, a blank coordinate plane, and a copy of the
This game reviews finding the mean, median, mode, range, interquartile ranges, comparing all of the above, and reading box & whisker plots and dot plots.
-Students will be in groups of four, based on level of understanding.
Hang problems around the room to send students on a squares, cubes, and roots scavenger hunt! The answer to each problem will lead them to the next! Perfect as a review activity!
Students will write the title of each problem, work out the
Bring some life and competition to your classroom with the Jeopardy review game! Categories are Exponents, Multiplying Exponents, Dividing Exponents, Power to a Power, and "Ya Never Know What You're Gonna Get."
For this activity I give each student a fun size bag of M&Ms. Each color stands for a different item. For example, blue stands for favorite candy. So...for each blue they have, they must write down a favorite candy. After the students