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Oh Christmas Tree: Slope Edition. This is a good tool to remember the different types of slope. I would have my students make these after we learned it in class as an activity to keep in their notebook. Rate of Change/Slope

Teaching Slope: Mr Slope Guy

Kind of cute for helping students to remember positive, negative, undefined and zero. Have the kids walk outside, and experience the different slopes. Walk them up to a wall and ask them to keep walking to experience undefined slope.

Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

Linear Equations Flippables

These would be great for teaching algebra equations. Students could use them to help them understand the why and how. Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

Slope "Doodle Notes" for Pre-Algebra or Algebra 1 - integrating the right and left brain hemispheres

Slope Doodle Notes

Creative slope notes with visuals and an artistic modification. would appeal to those with more of creative style. intended for grades pre-algebra

My Algebra students loved this Thanksgiving Activity with Systems!  This was the perfect 8th grade math activity for Thanksgiving.  Students had to catch turkeys by graphing systems and finding the solution. I will definitely be doing this Thanksgiving Math worksheet again every year!

Solving Systems by Graphing - Thanksgiving Activity

My Algebra students loved this Thanksgiving Activity with Systems! This was the perfect 8th grade math activity for Thanksgiving. Students had to catch turkeys by graphing systems and finding the solution. I will definitely be doing this Thanksgiving Math worksheet again every year!

Free Math Cheat Sheet for Grades 4-8

Free Math Cheat Sheet for Grades 4-8

This is awesome! Especially cuz we use abeka for my daughter! Ultimate Math Cheat Sheet / 2 color sets, designed for A Beka but works for any curriculum

GCF and LCM -- good ideas for math notebooks

Lots of great math notebook ideas including this one for creating "factor rainbows." Use FACTOR RAINBOWS every year!

Check out our flipped classroom animated math lesson on finding and using slope! This lesson is perfect for students with a visual learning preference and is aligned with the common core learning standards for Algebra I. You can access all of our video lessons at youtube.com/mashupmath!

Check out our flipped classroom animated math lesson on finding and using slope…

Ms. Smith's Interactive Notebook - doing this especially for the factoring/multiples concepts. I always get that mixed up.  Love that she uses visuals with the letters to help in remembering.

Interactive Math Notebook-Factors and Multiples. Really like some of these journal pages.maybe I should be doing math journals!

All-in-one slope notes page is intended to be used as a reference and reminder sheet for students to refer back to throughout a unit.  Concepts can be added to the organizer as they are introduced throughout the unit.  Includes space to record how to find slope from tables, points & an equation.  Slope tells us about rate of change, the direction, and steepness of a graph. Relates types of lines, types of equations & types of slope.  Happy solving from the miss jude math! shop

Slope Graphic Organizer Algebra

All-in-one slope notes page is intended to be used as a reference and reminder sheet for students to refer back to throughout a unit. Concepts can be added to

It's Christmas Break! My Algebra 1 students are almost done with our unit on Linear Graphs and Inequalities. We've gone through all but t...

It& Christmas Break! My Algebra 1 students are almost done with our unit on Linear Graphs and Inequalities.

Slope notes for an interactive notebook.

Slope Notes

Some great Math anchor charts and activities!! o.O

"Rounding Rhyme":This little rhyme would help students remember how to round up decimals.

In this activity students were given 6 graphs, 6 rules, 6 tables, 6 slopes, and 6 sentences. Then students have to pair up the correct cards. I like this activity because they get to learn the material while it is inexpensive and not too time consuming. I do not like this because some one can change some of the cards.

In this activity students were given 6 graphs, 6 rules, 6 tables, 6 slopes, and 6 sentences. Then students have to pair up the correct cards. I like this activity because they get to learn the material while it is inexpensive and not too time consuming.