# Algebra Interactive Notebooks

Algebra topics and ideas for creating interactive notebooks.

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Cognitive Cardio Math | Upper Elementary and Middle School Math

linear equations with football plays - game for Algebra 1

Math Giraffe

Scaffolded Math and Science (@scaffolded.math) on Instagram: “Mandy’s class is working on a linear equations puzzle! #Repost @mathdyal ・・・ algebra

Scaffolded Math and Science

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.

Activity After Math

Mrs. E Teaches Math: How I Teach Function Notation | mrseteachesmath.blogspot.com

Mrs. E Teaches Math

Elementary Algebra is generalized form of arithmetic. It provides a language to represent problems and functions. Algebraic thinking is also one of the first forms of abstract thinking that students develop in mathematics. Lets look at some of the common gotchas of algebraic learning. | This is Excellent!! I'm loving the explanations!!! #Mathematics #CommonHobbies

APPLY SKILLS FACTORING AND SOLVING QUADRATICS PROBLEMS IN THIS ESCAPE ROOM STYLE ACTIVITY

Limitless Lessons

This sounds like such a fun way to review functions! Math = Love: Function Auction

Amazing Mathematics

{image only} Math toss (math pong)! For this project, I would be teaching adding monomials and binomials. Throw each soft golf ball into a solo cup, and then you add them up. Make it a contest with teams (need different color balls). User color dots to teach probability. English: tape words and have students use the words in sentences...most creative wins! Supplies: foam board, 36 regular solo cups, hot glue and glue, pencil, eraser, ruler, tape, and paper.

Amazing Mathematics

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

Rise over Run, Resources for Math Teachers & Classroom Decoration

A quadratic function take on the classic game of clue! Can you solve the clues to determine the suspect, accomplice, room and weapon? Students will work through 4 clues: Your students will use knowledge of finding a vertex, factoring, using the quadratic formula, solving word problems and graphing parabolas. Students will record their answers on their clue sheet to reveal the final solution.

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