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Greatest Common Factor of Algebraic Expressions Worksheet - Maze Activity
My Algebra students LOVED this GFC Maze worksheet. This was the perfect way to review Greatest common factor of algebraic expressions with my algebra 1 students right before they took the state test (STAAR). I will definitely be doing this worksheet activity again.
Solving Systems of Equations Maze - Slope Intercept Form - Solve by Graphing
This Systems Maze was PERFECT for my Algebra students! This worksheet was an engaging activity that allowed my Algebra & 8th Grade math students to practice their skills at solving systems of equations by graphing. All the systems of equations were in slope intercept form and intended to be solved by graphing. However the systems could have also been solved by substitution or elimination.This activity was so much more fun than a normal Math worksheet. 8.9A Identify and verify the values ...
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This is a series of six posts about how I approach topics in Pre-Cal. They represent a sample of what I get the most questions about which always seem to start "how do you..." Objective Students understand how values of the unit circle are periodic and are connected with the appearance of a sin and cos graph. Students understand the ideas of amplitude and period. Students understand that it is possible for an identical graph to be produced by a sin and cos function with appropriate u...
Factoring Polynomials (Trinomials) Activity - Beginner
This was such a great hands on Algebra activity to get my high school math students some practice at factoring trinomials down to a set of 2 binomials. My secondary math students really seemed to have a better hand on factoring quadratics after they did this worksheet. I love doing Algebra activities like this where students get to sort cards, cut, glue, and be engaged.