Do the math dance, great for algebra, calculus and pre-cal! :) love the idea, but I think my high school students will think I'm pretty strange or crazyâ€¦

Kind of cute for helping students to remember positive, negative, undefined and zero. Have the kids walk outside, and experience the different slopes. Walk them up to a wall and ask them to keep walking to experience undefined slope.

This is a game I play with my students to practice corresponding angles, alt. exterior, supplementary, same side interior. They must place feet in the type of angles I call out. (Simon says style)

Do the math dance, great for algebra, calculus and pre-cal! :) love the idea, but I think my high school students will think I'm pretty strange or crazyâ€¦

Puzzle Practice: Equations w/ Variables on One Side. Students choose, an equation, work the problem on separate paper, locate the piece containing that answer, and bump it up next to the equation piec (Step Class Solving Equations)

Anchor charts are a staple in any elementary school classroom. Here are some truly inspired ones:Group work expectations anchor chart Ways to compare fractions anchor chart Quadrilaterals anchor ch.