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# Algebra Interactive Notebooks

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Algebra topics and ideas for creating interactive notebooks.

Exponent game in a pirate game format.

Doodlr is a spin on Tumblr. Students make connections with words and symbols through doodling. This activity includes a parabola graphic organizer for students to label in relation to real-world scenarios. Available in printable form and digital for Google Slides.Add more iMath activities to the pho...

368 Likes, 26 Comments - Mrs. Rory Yakubov (@iteachalgebra) on Instagram: “💚 I CAN'T STOP SAYING "RADICAL, DUDE!" 👍🏻✌🏻 in my best ninja turtle voice, too. 🤣🙈”

200 Likes, 13 Comments - Middle School Math Lover (@middleschoolmathlover) on Instagram: “Egg hunt to practice multiplying polynomials! 🐣🐰 #iteachmiddleschool #iteachmath #iteach456…”

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Two step equations practice! Solutions create a mystery emoji graph. Includes distributing. Fun activity to work on simple equations.

This all-in-one graphic organizer is designed to be used as a quick review and/or one-page reference sheet. Have students doodle-in the information or hand out a completed one! Details: ➡ 4 methods with examples for solving quadratic equations (by factoring, square root method, completing the squar...

This is a great holiday math activity where students graph linear equations to create Spooky Spiderwebs! There are four options to choose from making this a great differentiated Halloween Activity for your secondary math class! This makes a great Halloween Graphing Activity, Early Finisher, Sub plans, filler activity or graphing linear equations review activity.

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linear equations with football plays - game for Algebra 1

This year, my Algebra 2 class of all boys and 1 girl is obsessed with conspiracy theories. Any chance they get, they start talking about them. Since we started our factoring unit right before the holiday break, I needed a hook. I put this on the board and asked, "If you were a conspiracy theorist, what connection might there be between the 3, 5, 8 and 15?" They got the connection between the numbers almost immediately. We then moved on to a quick intro to factoring powerpoint with personal…

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