# New SAT

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There are quite a few apps you should know about. We went through and compiled dozens of the best apps for teachers who don't have time to do so themselves!

Free! Figurative language anchor charts/posters/cards. alliteration • hyperbole • idioms • metaphors personification • onomatopoeia • similes

As I move in to a role where I will be working with other colleagues on a more formal basis when it comes to e-learning, I have been reflecting upon different Apps. I was thinking about SAMR and which Apps can have transformative learning linked to them, if used properly. The list started growing quite …

I discovered this solving equations flowchart foldable when I still had some students who were getting their steps out of order when trying to solve

Literary devices interactive dictionary... Help students explore figurative language with fun, engaging activities! Grades 5-8

Calvin & Hobbes is copyright Bill Watterson and UPS Here is a little worksheet I made for students to explore common algebra mis...

Algebra is all about graphing relationships, and the curve is one of the most basic shapes used. Here’s a look at eight of the most frequently used graphs.

This picture makes algebra look a little more fun. Just a little.

Before winter break I introduced the Coordinate Plane to my Algebra class. Let's just say working with a number line was challenging enough for a few of my students but now we combined two number lines together to form a Coordinate Plane was pretty unheard of by some of them. Trying to explain this to a few of them resulted in me getting looks like I had grew horns and shot fire out of my mouth. We pushed through and in the end I became Ms. O again. Students were given a double sided page…

Have you heard the one about the sick chemist? If you can't helium, and you can't curium, you'll probably have to barium. Not geeky enough? Maybe t...

As teachers, we used data all of the time. We use data to plan our lessons, to form our groups and to evaluate our students. This is the first year, I've given my students the responsibility of making choices in our math workshop based on their data. I found this picture on Pinterest and decided to do the same thing. Link to My Teacher Friend's Blog Post about Math Benchmark Data {Taking a very deep breath.} Here is our data from after the first benchmark math test, given some time in…

Ah yes, factoring. How my kids (for some reason) dislike thee. Whatever, we'll get over it ;) This term, for some reason, my classes have, as a whole, required different methods of teaching. They've needed more guided notes and I think it's due to many of my kids not having an Algebra 1 credit. Gosh, how important it is to have this credit! Anyways, here are my guided notes for four types of factoring :) I started off the lesson with GCF but this didn't have it's own guided notes sheet…