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Math = Love: Newest Algebra 2 Interactive Notebook Pages

Math = Love: Newest Algebra 2 Interactive Notebook Pages

Parent functions...this would be a good intro before talking about horizontal/vertical and stretches/shrinks

Math = Love: solving equations flowchart foldable from In Stillness the Dancing http://instillnessthedancing.wordpress.com/2012/09/30/solving-equations-foldable/

Angry Birds Project - Parabolas I don't even teach math, but this is awesome!

from Issuu

### Grade 8 Algebra Interactive Notebook

ISSUU - Grade 8 Algebra Interactive Notebook by Deborah Dyer

Factoring foldable. I love doing with with my students. They use it and keep it for their entire high school career!

from Reflections in the Why

### Tarsia Jigsaws

So using this with my Algebra 2 kids.

videos that show how algebra, calc, trig is used in real world

from I Speak Math

slope oldable- might use this near the start of thee year for my algebra 2 kids! It would be aa great resource for them!

This teacher has a lot of great ideas for Algebra 1 and Algebra 2! Ex: Parabola Match - use this game to help students match equations, vertices, axis of symmetry, and graphs (did this during student teaching and it was fantastic!)

Mini-posters assignment to review parent functions. >> did this with my Algebra 2 in 2012-2013, not sure it worked all that well...

Match standard form with vertex form of quadratics equations

Template for Frayer Model that fits an interactive notebook.

Math = Love: Newest Algebra 2 Interactive Notebook Pages

from Middle School Math Mania

### Writing Linear Equations Centers

Great entry on how she sets up 4 math centers and examples of activities in each: wicked white boards, puzzle, card or dice game (go fish), teacher table

Math = Love: Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Foldable and Graphic Organizer Template to Download

Properties foldable... from mathequalslove (blog)

Love her syllabus and rules. Math = Love: August 2012