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Graphing Linear Equations Treasure Hunt Activity - The PERFECT way to engage your students while they practice this key skill. Easily differentiate with 3 skill levels. Great for the 8th grade math classroom!

Graphing Linear Equations Treasure Hunt Activity - The PERFECT way to engage your students while they practice this key skill. Easily differentiate with 3 skill levels. Great for the 8th grade math classroom!

Have you tried using Desmos Card Sorts in your classroom? I'll show you how fun and easy they are to use!  Check out the details and grab your own free Graphing Linear Equations Card Sort in my new blog post!

Have you tried using Desmos Card Sorts in your classroom? I'll show you how fun and easy they are to use! Check out the details and grab your own free Graphing Linear Equations Card Sort in my new blog post!

Multi-Step Equations (Variables on Both Sides) Foldable

The last pages in our ISN before my students took their first big test, after starting the ISN, was on Solving Linear Equation with Variables on Both Sides of the Equal Sign. I wanted to do a foldable that I had seen used in a science class before, it's call the Layered Book. The only thing different is that I don't glue the pages together we just staple them at the top. This foldable gave us a tab for each of the five steps and space to solve the sample problem. To create this I took 3…

Slope activities for practice and review in pairs and moving around.

My favorite unit to teach is Linear Functions. Not sure why…I just think y=mx+b is a fun equation. I always tell my students that I am going to get a y=mx+b tattoo on my forehead as soon as …

Great problem solving foldable that could be used over and over---if saved in MS Word, can edit it for ES level.  @Nancy Carlson    math problem-solving

6th and 7th grade students do not like to write equations for word problems. They just want to scratch out some calculations and give me their answer. Often, their answer is correct, but I would lo…

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Math Cheat Sheets

This post has been a long time in the making. It's a collection of free math cheat sheets that you can print and give to students for their math notebooks or even enlarge into anchor charts. Some I made for my own students, others came from teacher requests. Some of the algebra 1 and algebra 2 cheat sheets in this post now also include links to short video tutorials. I started writing this post in 2017 to share the math reference sheets I was making for my algebra 2 students. A lot of those…

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Whose Line is It? is an engaging way to get students graphing lines in slope intercept form. Great for practice, homework, bellwork, a partner activity, or cooperative learning.

Whose Line is It? is an engaging way to get students graphing lines in slope intercept form. Great for practice, homework, bellwork, a partner activity, or cooperative learning.

This is a great holiday math activity where students graph linear equations to create Spooky Spiderwebs! There are four options to choose from making this a great differentiated Halloween Activity for your secondary math class! This makes a great Halloween Graphing Activity, Early Finisher, Sub plans, filler activity or graphing linear equations review activity.

This is a great holiday math activity where students graph linear equations to create Spooky Spiderwebs! There are four options to choose from making this a great differentiated Halloween Activity for your secondary math class! This makes a great Halloween Graphing Activity, Early Finisher, Sub plans, filler activity or graphing linear equations review activity.