Interactive Student Notebooks
Polynomials - Algebra I: Students decide whether each statement is "always true," "sometimes true," or "never true" and color the circles accordingly. When they are finished, the pattern makes it easy to check for accuracy. No factoring required. This activity is great after introducing polynomials or as a review.
Pinner wrote: Here's how I use the Remind app in my classroom. It has improved parent communication 100 percent! And it's so easy to use! Being able to keep parents informed and schedule texts all through an app on my phone has made a world of difference for me this year with parent communication.
#AppyReview by Leora Smith Appleby @appymall iTooch 8th Grade Math is a wonderful app for helping students practice and test skills in mathematical concepts based on Common Core Grade Level Standards. There is a practice and test mode as well as the motivational iTooch character. This app will assist in improving skills but should not be viewed as a game, it is a study-style tool. I recommend these apps, especially in preparation for state t
I cannot tell you how important it is to build squares especially after working with teen agers in geometry, trig and pre-calc. So many problems could be avoided if they had some experience with squares. Here we learned about the square root symbol and what it means...make a square and count one side.