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Polynomials - Algebra I: Students decide whether each statement is "always true," "sometimes true," or "never true" and color the circles accordingly. When they are finished, the pattern makes it easy to check for accuracy. No factoring required. This activity is great after introducing polynomials or as a review.

Polynomials: Always, Sometimes, or Never

Polynomials - Algebra I: Students decide whether each statement is "always true," "sometimes true," or "never true" and color the circles accordingly. When they are finished, the pattern makes it easy to check for accuracy.

Introduction to Polynomials Lesson - defining a polynomial and the classification by degree and number of terms.

Introduction to Polynomials Lesson

Introduction to Polynomials Lesson - defining a polynomial and the classification by degree and number of terms.

System of Equations Freebie! | MissMathDork

MissMathDork: middle school math made FUN!: System of Equations Freebie! *cut out the matrices*

Algebra - Evaluate Expressions 1 - Matching Game

Matching Game - Algebra - Evaluate Expressions 1

Students will enjoy practicing evaluating expressions / equations with this matching card game. There are 5 sets of cards in this set.Make mat.

Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Flipbook - notes for Algebra 1

Intro to Polynomials INB Pages

Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Flipbook - notes for Algebra 1

Math = Love: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Notes

Here are my adding and subtracting polynomial notes from Algebra Nothing super exciting here. I mainly did this to emphasize the impor.

Looking for extra practice for solving literal equations or solving for a specific variable in a formula?  This worksheet can be a standalone or partner activity.  It works great with mini white boards and then recording the answers on the sheet.

Solving Literal Equations Partner Activity

Looking for extra practice for solving literal equations or solving for a specific variable in a formula? This worksheet can be a standalone or partner activity. It works great with mini white boards and then recording the answers on the sheet.

Adding and Subtracting Polynomials: Puzzle Activity ($) Easy to use & fun too!

Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Puzzles

Adding and Subtracting Polynomials: Puzzle Activity ($) Easy to use & fun too!

Math = Love: Emphasizing Polynomial Vocabulary

Polynomials are one of my favorite algebra topics to teach. It's the type of topic that sounds scary.

Polynomials Match-Up! Engage Kinesthetic Learners, iPad-friendly too! - MathyCathy - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Polynomials Match-Up! Engage Kinesthetic Learners, iPad-friendly too

Polynomials Match-Up! Engage Kinesthetic Learners, iPad-friendly too…

CALCULATORS ARE AS SMART AS THE USER - Algebra and Beyond

Radical Simplification - Interesting comparison on using the calculus. Good info for Algebra students

Using calculator screenshots inside Interactive Notebooks for reference is awesome!

More of the picture dump mentioned here . Students created scatter plots on these pages based on the dat.

I use this in my Algebra 2 class to help student get practice on factoring trinomials.  The maze includes trinomials with a leading coefficient of 1 and larger than one.  This is my first time posting so please let me know if I can improve the product in any way.

FREE: Algebra 2 class help student get practice on factoring trinomials. The maze includes trinomials with a leading coefficient of 1 and larger than one. This is my first time posting so please let me know if I can improve the product in any way.

Multiplying Polynomials - Partner Match Problems

Multiplying Polynomials - Partner Match Problems

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Standard Form of a Line Matching Cards - great algebra activity

Linear Equations Card Sort

Standard Form of a Line Matching Cards - great algebra activity - Algebra - writing linear equations - chapter 5

What's my line?  These 32 activity cards include vital information to write 32 different equations of various lines. The information provided on the card include: (8) graphs, (8) given points with a slope, (4) function tables, (6) two given points, (6) two specific points: the x- and y- intercepts.

What's my line? Writing linear equations from given info

These 32 activity cards include vital information to write 32 different…

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