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Students use their bodies to graph linear equations. Such a cool lesson! And it gets students out of their seats and moving.

Graphing Linear Equations - Full Body Style - Put a grid on the floor. Post an equation on the smartboard. One student is the y-intercept. Other 3 Ss in their group step out the slope. Race to see which group can get the line the fastest.

Students have fun learning about linear equations through frequent flyer miles.

Ideas, tips, and resources for middle and high school math teachers. Real world applications and technology used to keep students excited about math!

Great activity!  My students love moving around.  The mathematician component leads to great conversations.

Do you need a fun way for students to practice solving equations with minimal prep? The One-Step Equations Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another

Equation Top-it: Two-Step Equations! It is similar to the card game War but students must solve two-step equations to get their solution.  Comes with a beginner and difficult set (40 equation cards in each set). Great for middle school math classrooms during algebra units. Works as a math center or as a whole class game in partners.

Equation Top-it: Two-Step Equations! It is similar to the card game War but students must solve two-step equations to get their solution. Comes with a beginner and difficult set equation cards in each set). Great for middle school math classrooms dur

Are you looking for school appropriate movies to show your middle school math students? Whether you want to give your kids a break from testing, supplement your instruction, or share some well-earned Friday fun time, showing a math-themed movie in class can be an educational and enjoyable e

Are you looking for school appropriate movies to show your middle school math students? Whether you want to give your kids a break from testing, supplement your instruction, or share some well-earned Friday fun time, showing a math-themed movie in cla