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High school math projects

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Amazon.com: Types of Angles Poster - Laminated, 17 x 22 inches - Geometry, Math Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms - Math Anchor Chart* : Office Products

Amazon.com: Types of Angles Poster - Laminated, 17 x 22 inches - Geometry, Math Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms - Math Anchor Chart* : Office Products

Free math templates, mainly for algebra and algebra 2 that can also be used in middle school math classes. I love these free printables to use as warm ups, closers and quick checks in class. They can be slipped into sheet protectors to be used over and over again. All are free. The original title was 4 free algebra and algebra 2 warm up templates, but since writing it I have added many more. All are 100% FREE.

Free math templates, mainly for algebra and algebra 2 that can also be used in middle school math classes. I love these free printables to use as warm ups, closers and quick checks in class. They can be slipped into sheet protectors to be used over and over again. All are free. The original title was 4 free algebra and algebra 2 warm up templates, but since writing it I have added many more. All are 100% FREE.

High School Math Fun: Exponent Rules and Naming Polynomials

I love teacherspayteachers. The graphic organizer from all things algebra is the bomb dot com. It was a great asset prior to playing algebra wars. I had a few errors like a missing negative sign, so that needs to be fixed prior to posting it. I cut the foldable so the kids had their chart of squares that they need to remember on the side. If you are like my students and wonder why I skipped 14 squared, I told them I have rarely used it in higher math classes. Using this logic, I probably…

This Coordinate Plane Poster is a must have for any 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Classroom! Help your class learn plotting points and identifying points on the coordinate plane with this large printable poster!