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Slope Hot Seat Game - Students sit in lines of 4. Last person in each line gets cards with pos, neg, zero, undefined written on them. Teacher posts an equation on the board. The last person in the line chooses the kind of slope & passes that card to the person in front of them. The student looks at the answer and if they agree, they pass it up. If they disagree, they pass it back. When the 1st person in the line gets and agrees with the answer, they hold it up.

My Favorite Unit to Teach - Linear Functions

Where to get free fonts...TpT!

Nyla's Crafty Teaching: Free Fonts on TpT

This is a resource for teachers to find lessons, activities, and assessments to supplement their materials. The strengths are that it is categorized by math subjects and includes many different ideas. A drawback is that some of these resources cost money, although many are free or very inexpensive. #math

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Point of View

1. Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. 2. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. 3. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school.

Using Post It Notes as Exit slips for a Quick Check as students head out the door!

Conversations in Literacy: Show What You Know!

Ooo, this could come in handy! This website offers 830 paper templates for download. It has anything from regular lined paper to yahtzee score sheet to music paper.

Printable Paper

Taking a Zero: Reinforcing student responsibility and giving them ownership in the process of improving their work habits.

Weird Is Cool in Middle School: Take Ten! Classroom Rules!

Goal Setting in the Classroom- love this. Students set smart goals, ones the can measure. I even set a goal and reflect on it too. Kids can check in on me and see how I'm achieving my goals as well.

Fourth Grade Literacy Lovers: Goal Setting in the Classroom

Google Docs CHEAT SHEET | This Google Docs Cheat Sheet will give teachers and students an overview of the NEW Docs Home Screen, as well as a good overview of the available features in the menu and toolbar.

Google Docs CHEAT SHEET!

A great website with tons of Math foldables for Middle School

Foldables/Study Guides

Math Journal Foldable Activies: Linear Relations and Functions. 17 foldable activities with teacher answer keys and samples. Perfect for Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, and Integrated Math. Great for interactive math notebooks at the middle and high school level. ($) #foldables #mathjournals

Students don't ask me for pencils anymore. No one leaves the room until all pencils are back on the board. (Photo only, but would be easy to make!)

Fun review at the beginning of the year... Sample student cards from "I Have-Who Has: Place Value-Tens & Ones" $

I Have-Who Has: Place Value-Tens & Ones


Telling Time to with Fractions

Mr. Slope how it shows all four slopes in the man's face

Math Hombre: Mr Slope Guy


Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Foldables

more foldables

Slope Foldable

Math = Love: Slope Foldable

Don't Get Zapped! This game was made for first graders, but could oh so easily be adapted for older students with multiplication, division, decimals and more.

Mrs. Samuelson's Swamp Frogs: Don't Get Zapped! addition version

FREE Prepositions Printable Anchor Chart (Poster)

Prepositions Printable Anchor Chart (Poster)

great ideas for classroom management on the high school and middle school level

A teacher told me today that reading a test to a special education student and them getting 100% isn't fair. My reply? Fair doesn't always mean equal.

Ms. Fultz's Corner: Fair Doesn't Have to Be Equal

IEP at a Glance

IEP at a Glance Sheet

FREE-- IEP snapshot! All of the important components at a quick glance!

Free IEP Snap Shot / At a Glance Form