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Everybody loves a good movie and this activity allows you to talk film while you're learning math. Students will solve math problems in order to choose which words will complete a line from a movie. You can then have them try to guess the

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Students will practice naming the basic building blocks of geometry and will measure segments and angles. Descriptions of each figure is included on the back of each task card so that students can come to conclusions on their own. They will work in

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Everybody loves a good movie and this activity allows you to talk film while you're learning math. Students will solve math problems in order to choose which words will complete a line from a movie. You can then have them try to guess the

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Students find the measures of Central and Inscribed angles or their corresponding arc measures.
This activity finally solves the problems of students just copying off their neighbor when working in groups. Each member must work different problems

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In this activity students will practice solving systems of equations by using the substitution method.
If you are looking for an escape from the boring monotony of standard worksheets then this activity help suit your needs. Help keep your

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Students will practice finding the zeros of polynomial functions by using the rational roots theorem, synthetic division, and the quadratic formula. They will do so by going on a scavenger hunt. Each question answered leads them to the next station.

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In this activity students will determine whether a scenario is indicative of a permutation or combination and will then find the total number of possibilities for each scenario.
Students can work individually or in small groups of two or three to

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In this activity students will add and subtract rational expressions.
Students can work individually or in small groups of two or three to allow them to check their answers. As students work out problems they will cross out correct answers in a

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Do you want students to work in groups so that they learn to work together but can't stand the fact that they may be just copying work off each other? This activity can help!!!
This is one of my favorite small group activities!!! Students will

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This worksheet provides you with a cross curricular activity that combines your math lesson with American history and English. Students will solve math problems in order to choose which words will complete a famous speech from American history. It

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In this activity students will use the isosceles triangle theorem and it’s corollaries to find missing sides and angles in isosceles and equilateral triangles.
Each student will be given a Lie/Legit sign. These signs can be used for all Lie/Legit

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Reach every learner with this strategic teaching activity. In this activity you will model for students the correct way to work a problem, give them a chance to work it with their peers, and then allow them to try some problems independently. This I

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Students will evaluate simple logarithms with numerical bases (including common logs) and will use their answers to decipher the secret cryptogram. This will keep students more engaged as you escape the monotony of the plain worksheet. Great for

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Students find measures of angles and arcs in a circle formed by secant and tangent lines.
This activity finally solves the problems of students just copying off their neighbor when working in groups. Each member must work different problems and

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In this activity students will find the lateral area and surface area of prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres.
Just working problems from a simple worksheet becomes redundant for students. Also, so much time is spent the next class

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In this activity students will simplify, multiply, and divide rational expressions.
Students can work individually or in small groups of two or three to allow them to check their answers. As students work out problems they will cross out correct

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In this activity students will practice distinguishing between independent and dependent events. They will then find the probability of the events. They will do so by playing Math Pong. Each question bounces the student from one side of the

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In this activity students will use right triangle trigonometry. They will find the trigonometric ratios given a figure or an angle. They will also find missing side lengths and angles by using trigonometric ratios.
This activity finally solves the

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In this activity students will learn to change between rational exponents and radicals, evaluate expressions with rational exponents, and use exponent laws to simplify expressions with rational exponents.
Each student will be given a Lie/Legit

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