Math: Linear Equation Matching Cut-out Activity (linear functions)
The assignment is to cut out and match each equation to its alternate description such as a table, graph, description, or word problem. The descriptions include slopes, intercepts, points, etc. so that students can demonstrate their understanding that a line in algebra is a set of solutions to an eq...
Coin Review: Kindergarten and First Grade Sample Coin Packet
This product has been updated! 10/10/15 This packet is perfect for your students to review coin concepts, such as identification, counting, and mixed coin practice. You can use it for a quick review, math center, or homework. Be sure to leave feedback in my store!:) Thanks for your support!
Math Equals Love | Math Teaching Blog by Sarah Carter
I recently posted the notes I have my students over the different forms a linear function could take. I mentioned that I decided to teach all of the forms at once this year, and I wasn't sure if that was a good idea or not. Different Forms of Linear Function Notes On the first day of this section of the unit, we only took the notes that can see in the above picture. So, we wrote the names of each form and the general form that it takes. Then, we played the flyswatter game. I've written about…
Identifying Functions - Notes, Card Sort Activity, & Homework
I love doing card sorts like this with my math students! 8.5G Identify functions using sets of ordered pairs, tables, mappings, and graphs A.12A Decide whether relations represented tabularly and graphically define a function
Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Most of this unit involved writing, without fancy foldable flipping. I will share the purple examples, the Parallel, Perpendicular, or Neither Flowchart, and the sort activity on TpT. Our school is very limited on copies (1750 per semester, 2 cents each after that) so I copy most things as small as possible. This file includes many different combinations of the file so that you can choose what works best in your classroom. The purple examples print 3 to a page, and there is a filled-in flow…
Virtual Math Manipulatives to Solve Math Problems!
Do you need a virtual tool to help your kids solve math problems? This post includes 25 online math manipulatives to help kids visualize math problems.
Guess Who- Linear Functions
I was hopping around the MTBoS this afternoon and I happened to reread a post by Sarah from several months ago in which she listed some thrift store/garage sale finds she was planning to use in her classroom. Among those finds was a Guess Who? board game which reminded me that I had purchased the same thing a long time ago and hadn't yet remade it into a math game. Guess Who? was a staple in my house when I was a child and I can remember toting it to many a babysitting gig, too. It was…
Secondary Math Solutions
Writing Equations of Lines Foldable: There are 8 different scenarios: from 2 points, a point and a slope, from a graph, from its intercepts, from a slope and y-intercept, from a word problem, and from a line parallel or perpendicular to the line and passing through a point. Great review foldable covering writing equations of lines. Student quickly builds the foldable and can begin answering the questions in any order that they feel comfortable.
Finding Slope Using Formula BINGO (Mrs Math)
Why get Mrs. Math's BINGO game? Well, it was created using a hyper-linked Power Point which allows for you to play a different game every time. Plus a fill in yourself Bingo card slide in the presentation which you can print out for each student allowing you to have as many BINGO cards as you need...