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Would you like a different way for your algebra students to practice or review solving linear and quadratic equations? This board game will keep them engaged as they solve equations! Common Core Standards A-REI.3 and A-REI.4

High School Algebra Board Game - Linear and Quadratic Equations

Students will graph a quadratic function based on the scenario of the comic.  Afterwards, they will answer a series of question that hit a lot of s...

Quadratic Function (Applied) Comic

Students will graph a quadratic function based on the scenario of the comic. Afterwards, they will answer a series of question that hit a lot of student expectations.

Power Point includes animated step-by-step instructions for creating a foldable for either "Solving Quadratic Equations" by graphing, factoring, and using the quadratic formula.  Materials needed for each student: scissors, ruler, 2 to 3 markers, and a piece of cardstock or construction paper.

Power Point includes animated step-by-step instructions for creating a foldable for either "Solving Quadratic Equations" by graphing, factoring, an.

Mrs. Hester's Classroom: Properties of Quadratic Graphs

(Good Method to Intro Lesson) Mrs. Hester's Classroom: Properties of Quadratic Graphs

High Heels in High School: Quadratic Functions Foldable

High Heels in High School: Quadratic Functions Foldable. Modify for linear equations.

(free) In this sorting activity, students have to decide if a word problem is asking them to find the x at the vertex, the y at the vertex or the positive zero. There are no problems to solve, which forces students to look for keywords to determine which part of the parabola a word problem is asking them to find. This activity helps students remember to look for the keywords in future quadratic word problems.

In this sorting activity, students have to decide if a word problem is asking them to find the x at the vertex, the y at the vertex or the positive zero. There are no problems to solve, which forces students to look for keywords

"You Call That Math?"  Note to self: show this to Algebra 1 kids in September.

" Note to self: show this to Algebra 1 kids in September.

Combining like terms UNO - awesome for middle school math centers!

Combine Like Terms Card Game

Combining like terms is a tricky skill students need to practice with hands-on activities until they understand the concept. This UNO game is a great way to do just that! The deck of cards includes 5 sets of like term cards, reverse, skip, and wild cards.

Factoring has been my nemesis for years. I don't think I have taught it entirely the same way twice. My students arrive in Algebra 2 with so...

Pre-Factoring Activity to match up factors with quadratic binomial. Hopefully get some intuition about factoring before talking about factoring methods.

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