# Algebra

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Algebra board for activities, ideas, resources, blog posts, and more for math teachers.

A FREE reference sheet for graphing rational functions.

The properties of exponents foldable helps students work with the different operations of exponents. Algebra 1 students will work with zero exponents, negative exponents, parentheses, adding and subtracting exponents, multiplying exponents, raising a power to a power, dividing exponents, and multi-step exponent problems. This exponents flip book also makes a great test review for algebra 1 state tests are staar!

My 7th grade math students loved this activity! This was the perfect card sort activity to get my 7th grade math students working hands on with rational numbers (Rational, Integers, & Whole). Classifying rational numbers is such a tricky skill for most middle school math students but this 7th grade math worksheet made it so much easier. I will definitely be doing this activity again next year!

Practicing multiplying fractions is so helpful for students to retain these skills. Playing battleship is such a fun way to review! Perfect for in the classroom or distance learning.

iStep is a great way for students to verbally communicate math concepts. Perfect activity for your Algebra class! This one is covers two-step inequalities.

Who loves creating meaningful Bell Work problems every day? No teacher ever! Geometry teachers- you are in luck! This bundle has an entire year of Bell Ringer prompts for your students to engage students' brains at the beginning of class. They will save you so much time and energy! They come in a multiple versions, for projection or multiple prompts per page for easy printing. 139 days at a discounted bundle price! Click the pin to buy now!

Geometry Selfie Project Looking for a way to assess or reinforce what your High School Geometry students have learned? This great project combines Geometry with the pop culture craze of The Selfie! \$

Getting to know your students is important, but it's important for them to know you, too! This editable Meet the Teacher matches the student version and will help your students know more about you! Scoop it up before Back to School time! Have a great school year!

Middle School Math Man: Math is Everywhere (A First-Week Math Project for Upper Grades)

A real world project comparing different growth rates of trees. Students analyze linear systems of equations and graph the results.

Find the vertical asymptote, horizontal asymptote and hole of a rational function on the graphing calculator using this reference sheet. Easy to follow steps!

Students use this graphing calculator reference sheet to graph linear functions. They learn how to adjust the window, find the x and y-intercept, evaluate an x-value, and view the table. Very useful tool when beginning to use the TI-84 calculator.

Blog Post about Tips for the New Math Teacher

Introducing and teaching integers can be a challenge because middle school students often struggle with the topic. These THIRTY-FIVE ideas, tips, and activities will help you plan your lessons for this unit. There are ideas for interactive notebooks, adding and subtracting integers, and multiplying and dividing integers. Make your unit fun! #integers #mrseteachesmath #middleschool

Graphing calculator reference sheets - easy, fun, and helpful!

On each card, students first determine the slope shown in 2 representations (table, graph, set of ordered pairs, equation*). Next, they either add, subtract, multiply or divide these slope values (based on what their card says to do) to see if the result matches the check number in the lower right corner of the card. Chances are if the check number matches, the rates of change were found correctly! This activity is self-checking, giving students that instant feedback they love.