Students will be solving 8 problems on writing linear equations given two points. Students will need to wr…

Nov 10, 2022 - Students will be solving 8 problems on writing linear equations given two points. Students will need to write the equations in slope-intercept form. Students will then color in their answer to reveal a mystery picture. This is great practice for any class learning how to write linear equations in sl...

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The second unit in Geometry for me is Logical Reasoning. I do three things: Inductive and Deductive Reasoning Conditional Statements Two-Column Proofs I have fun teaching inductive and deductive r…

Have your students experience similar triangles by getting them curious and out of their seats. Your students will prove and disprove why two people can or can't see eye to eye in a mirror.

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Scientific Notation Ideas for 8th grade math. Lessons suggestions for introducing scientific notation and operations with videos, guided notes, practice, and word problems.

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Finally! I am getting around to this post. I'm actually really proud of the results of this project and I am so sorry that it took so long to get around to! Last year, I had the kids do a Real World Trig Functions Project where they created a collage of real world pictures featuring the Trig Functions and Solved some Real World Problems. Well, this time around, I had them do those two things as well but this time, I added a part 1, an artistic representation of the Unit Circle!! Hello Kitty…

When I teach the unit on polynomials and factoring in Algebra 1, I start off my first lesson on factoring trinomials with a discussion on which has fewer options: multiplying to a number, or adding…

Today we solved special case equations that had one solution, no solutions, or infinite solutions. I found Sarah's Solving Special Case Equations which was awesome. I used her worksheet as …

This is one of my favorite lessons to teach because it is truly a pivotal point in my students math careers. Without a clear understanding of Variables students will not be able to move forward and succeed in math. In order to teach this lesson on Variables and Expressions you will need a couple of these resources.

The Free to Discover blog will give you strategies and tips for teaching math to middle and high school students using differentiation and discovery.

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Looking for guided notes that will help kids explore absolute value and retain what they learn? These doodle notes combine visual clues with the math notes!

One thing that always troubles me is that many students tend to want to rush to draw procedural generalizations before they reach a solid conceptual understanding. What this means is that in two weeks, when I'm not standing in front of them, they do not remember how to properly apply the rules and cannot even retrieve the relevant concepts to re-engineer those rules! argh. This year, for teaching exponents, I am going to sloooooooow them down to try to avoid that. Here is my attempt at…

In this post are fun ideas for teaching slope in Algebra or 8th grade math. Includes hands-on activities that make learning the concept fun and engaging. #slope

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Balance the scale is a great introduction to algebra for the first grade. The goal is to make two equations on the scale has the same outcome.