### Horizontal & Vertical Posters - Math Classroom Decor

These simple horizontal and vertical posters are a cute addition to ANY classroom. Wrap them around the corner of your whiteboard or bulletin board and they hardly take up any space at all. These posters will help your students remember the difference between horizontal and vertical.This is a black...

### Slope Poster

This algebra poster shows the 4 different types of slope (positive, negative, zero and undefined). It is great as a part of an algebra word wall or student notebook reference. Also included are smaller student handouts (4 per page) that students can attach to the inside cover of their notebook or bi...

### How to Teach One- and Two-Step Inequalities

Ideas for teaching one- and two-step inequalities - including activities and common misconceptions to avoid in your math classroom.

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It's Christmas Break! My Algebra 1 students are almost done with our unit on Linear Graphs and Inequalities. We've gone through all but t...

### Common Core 6EE3 - Simplify Expressions, Combine Like Terms - Climb the Pyramid!

This fun graphic organizer activity will help your students combine like terms to simplify expressions. Your students can race to the top of these 6 pyramids by combining like terms along the way. Can they reach the top with the correct expressions? With the included KEY, you can check their prog...

### Slope-Intercept Form Doodle Notes

Graphing & Writing Equations of Lines in Slope-Intercept Form - Visual Interactive "Doodle Notes" *This resource is also available as part of a DISCOUNTED bundle: Slope and Graphing Linear Equations Bundle When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain...

### My Math Resources - Graphing Inequalities Poster – Bulletin Board & Anchor Chart

This large and eye-catching poster is a must have for any middle school math classroom. This bulletin board will look beautiful on your wall and will help your students learn graphing inequalities!

### Remote Teaching Algebra Resources

It's been a whirlwind of digital algebra updates! Between teaching my little one fractions and keeping her busy, I was able to update al...

### Desmos Activities to Try in Algebra

If you haven't tried using the Desmos tool in your classroom yet, check out their activities to use in Algebra. Learn about more of its great features too.

### Function or Not Student Notes and Practice

Algebra Functions Unit: Identifying Functions Student Notes and Practice to complement the introduction to Functions. Student notes work well as guided instruction with the teacher providing examples of what a function looks like as ordered pairs, a table, a graph and a mapping and providing exampl...

### Find the Slope Game

Can You Find the Slope Game is a game similar to the classic board game "Guess Who?" It focuses on academic vocabulary related to slope and y-intercept. It is great for differentiation, stations or centers, partner work, or homework. It is a two player game where students ask each other questions t...

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One of my favorite activities from this past year's Algebra 1 class was our Function Auction. When I originally did this in class, I threw it together

### Relations and Functions Card Sort

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

### My Math Resources - Slope of a Line Bulletin Board Poster and Handout

You and your math class will LOVE this slope of a line poster. Slope of a line is a difficult concept for some students. This bulletin board poster will really help them and it will look GREAT on your wall!

### Distance Maze Worksheet

In this maze students can use Pythagorean Theorem or the Distance formula to find the distance between the 2 points on each graph.Not all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just figuring out the correct route. Students will have to successfully calculate the distance 9 times to com...

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My Algebra 1 students have just started their unit on sequences. This is my first time teaching sequences in Algebra 1 because it used to be in the old Algebra 2 standards. For the past four years, I have taught sequences and series in Algebra 2, but I feel like I need to take a different approach with my Algebra 1 students since we're only doing sequences. We kicked off the section with a set of definitions and examples. I took this as an opportunity to introduce my students to the…