A quick 10 poblem direct variation practice page. 8 direct variation word problems and 2 identify proprtional/not proportional. Each answer corresponds to a letter. Letters placed to answer riddle.
There is enough space provided for kids to work
This card match was designed to help students write and solve algebraic equations from a model.
There are a total of 48 cards - 16 models, 16 equations, 16 solutions. I have included teacher's notes, a student recording sheet, and an answer
A domain and range matching activity for Algebra.
Included are 8 graphs (2 discrete, 6 continuous), 8 domain cards and 8 range cards. I have also inlcluded a student recording sheet and an answer key. The recording sheet has students state whether
Students match equivalent values of fractions, decimals, percents, fraction models, and percent models. There are a total of 50 cards - 10 sets of 5 equivalents.
Included in this activity:
Teacher Notes, Student Recording Sheet, Answer Key,
My students need to practice factoring quadratics, but worksheet after worksheet gets boring. I put together this BINGO game (called FACTO) to get them to practice with a fun, competitive component. I usually have small prizes for winners - tattoos,
This card match is designed to reinforce the concept of developing a rule from a variety of representations. Students need to be familiar with finding equations from tables, models, mappings, and ordered pairs.
There are 32 cards - 16 function
A fun way for students to practice proportions. This product is Halloween themed.
Questions vary in difficulty and several require multiple steps to solve. All problems have two answer choices.
I have included an answer key.
Quick practice page for order of operations that is perfect for middle school. Students simply solve the problems and connect the dots according to the answers. For example, if the first answer is -5 and the next answer is 12, they start at -5 and
Do your students need more practice with reading, interpreting, and solving word problems? Here are 10 word problems that require students to write a system of equations and solve.
There is an answer bank at the bottom. You could have students
I have created 4 stations to review Pythagorean Theorem. The stations build and have a great flow. I used them for interventions before our state assessment. However, in the future, I will use them as a culminating piece for the unit.
Station 1 has
Students work together or individually to create a 4 by 4 puzzle such that every edge touches another edge with an equivalent value.
Included are 16 puzzle pieces, a student recording sheet, teacher's notes, and an answer key.
This is a great
This is a practice page I designed for my students as a synthesis of many of the smaller slope concepts. Students need to have a grasp of slope formula, standard form, point-slope form, and slope-intercept form, slopes of parallel lines, and slopes
A variety of questions centered around Pythagorean Theorem.
The title of the page is a question. Students solve each problem which corresponds to a letter. Letters are placed in the appropriate spaces at the bottom of the page to reveal the answer
Want to get your students up and moving? Simply print the eight problems and hang them around your room and in the hallway. Students can start with any problem, then look for their answer at the top of another problem. They continue in this manner
My students LOVE to play BINGO and get competitive over the promise of a prize (usually just a "fancy" pencil). Students will need scratch paper or a dry erase board to solve the problems).
This is a zip file containing 35 BINGO cards, a PowerPoint