High School Math
Resources and ideas for Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Pre-Cal, and Calculus
The lines of me is an icebreaker activity that will help you get to know students. They decide if statements are true or false about themselves. Then they graph linear equations for each true statement. They each create a unique graph. These are great for discussion starters and to display for everyone to see.
Students solve quadratic equations in mixed forms with this engaging and challenging activity! Students work in groups of 4. Each group member gets a different sheet of equations to solve. They color the spaces according to the solutions. Once all 4 pieces are complete and assembled, a picture of a sea turtle is revealed.
I love this intro to exponential functions! Would you rather have one million dollars or a penny doubled over and over? Engage Algebra 1 students with this intro lesson that will get them thinking exponentially. Exponential functions are a difficult concept for students because they are used to thinking about linear relations. Before telling students how exponential functions work (or even the terminology), I like to get students thinking exponentially.
Students match equations to real world applications in this Google Slides (or printable in class paper version) activity. Then they solve the equations. Great to assign for 8th grade math or Algebra 1 during online learning.
Love this bulletin board showing students how to succeed in math class! It says "How to rock at math" and has inspirational signs based on the standards for mathematical practice. Would look great on a wall or hallway in an elementary, middle, or high school. Bright geode agate slices make a trendy classroom theme for back to school.
Get to know students the first day or week of math class whether in person or through distance learning. These digital resources help the teacher learn about students and what math they remember. Suited for 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th grade math, Algebra 1, Geometry or Algebra 2. Customize to fit your classes. No prep and easy to use for virtual teaching at the beginning of the year!
Love these engaging and challenging high school geometry activities, handouts, guided notes, powerpoints, reference posters, and more! The resources are a variety of activities, assessments, games, projects, guided notes, card sorts, and more that I have created while teaching high school geometry.
Students practice translations, reflections, and rotations with this transformation puzzle that's perfect for Halloween, after a test, or just for extra practice.A graph is provided with 29 shapes along with instructions for transforming each one. If each transformation is applied correctly, the pu...
Fun worksheets and digital math review for back to school for 9th grade math and high school. Students review prerequisite skills with error analysis with these engaging coloring sheets. Google Classroom Slides version works great for distance learning. No prep lesson plans for a week as you get to know students and find math misconceptions. Download these for your class and be ready to start the year!
These self grading digital math assessments are a time saver and great for distance learning. Aligned to Common Core standards for Algebra I, they include multiple choice, multiple select, word problems, and short response. Perfect for online or virtual classrooms in high school.
Middle school and high school students: Don't miss these free videos for Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry! There are also free lessons with lots of examples, practice quizzes with instant feedback, and other digital activities perfect for e-learning. Math teachers: feel free to use these videos if you're teaching remotely this school year!