# Algebra

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

Trashketball is my favorite review game for middle school or high school kids. It works with any topic (I use it in math) and my students LOVE it. FREE DOWNLOAD

Representing SLOPE Matching Puzzles Cards: 4 Ways to Represent SLOPE! Calculate the slope given 2 points. Find the slope from a line on a coordinate grid. Determine the slope from a table of values. Identify the slope from an equation in slope-intercept form 20 differentiated, engaging PUZZLES to master finding the slope. TEKS Aligned 8.4A, 8.4B & 8.4C #8thgrademath #teks #homeshool #middleschoolmath #slope

I love the way I set up my student's interactive notebooks in math! These tips will help a teacher in any subject get things going at the beginning of the year.

This FREE graphic organizer helps middle school students understand how to read and graph algebraic inequalities, while putting the abstract idea into contexts they can relate to. Includes greater than, greater than or equal to, less than, less than or equal to, and does not equal. Covers the symbols, graphs, key words, and context examples. Perfect for sixth grade or seventh grade math. Excellent review in eighth grade or Algebra 1. Graphing inequalities on a number line can be tricky!

iStep is a great way for students to verbally communicate math concepts. Students explain how to solve a system of equations. Perfect activity for your Algebra class!

Need FREE emergency sub plans for middle school or high school? These substitute teacher ideas would be great in any secondary math class.

Blog post highlighting the importance of having multiplication facts memorized - tips and suggestions included! Freebies too!

I love creating activities that are hands on, self-checking, collaborative AND print ready! I teamed up with my friend Shana over at Scaffolded Math and Science and we worked together to create this FUN "Around the Clock Partner Scavenger Hunt" takes those activities and puts them all into one!

I always need editable sub plans for middle school or high school. These sub plans focus on character education and include respect, growth mindset, goal setting, and kindness. Extension activities are also included!

Math pennants are a fun way to decorate a math bulletin board with student work. In this post are all of the math pennants I have made for elementary school, middle school and high school.

My students can't get enough of this game! Practicing scientific notation has never been more fun! Some skill and a lot of luck will win the game.

Partner scavenger activities are a fun way for students to collaborate on their math while getting the hands-on practice they need. Partners work together on their unique math problems that yield the same answers. If one student gets stuck, the other can help. If answers match students know their answers are correct and move onto the next problems. If answers differ, students work together to help each other.

Free percents scavenger hunt activity. If you're already a scavenger hunt pro, you can find the FREE percents scavenger hunt covering tax, tip and discounts linked at the end of this post.

Students have fun learning about linear equations through frequent flyer miles. A real world project for algebra students to make connections.

Students practice dividing fractions in this fun battleship activity! Print and digital versions (Google Slides) are included so you can use for in the classroom or virtual learning. Students love to sink ships!!!

Kids love choice in Algebra. I have found that kids are more relaxed and get more work done with a sense of choice in the activities they are given. They are also more accurate with their work when given a choice because there is more buy-in. Here they get to build their own equations with variables on both sides to solve. (Freebie linked)