Math: Linear Equation Matching Cut-out Activity (linear functions)
The assignment is to cut out and match each equation to its alternate description such as a table, graph, description, or word problem. The descriptions include slopes, intercepts, points, etc. so that students can demonstrate their understanding that a line in algebra is a set of solutions to an eq...
Coin Review: Kindergarten and First Grade Sample Coin Packet
This product has been updated! 10/10/15 This packet is perfect for your students to review coin concepts, such as identification, counting, and mixed coin practice. You can use it for a quick review, math center, or homework. Be sure to leave feedback in my store!:) Thanks for your support!
Different Forms of Linear Functions Fly Swatter Game With Bracket
I recently posted the notes I have my students over the different forms a linear function could take. I mentioned that I decided to teach a...
Identifying Functions - Notes, Card Sort Activity, & Homework
This product includes everything you need to teach identifying and representing functions: In Class Notes, Card Sort Activity, & Homework.In Class Notes - 2 Pages of notes are included to help teach students how to identify functions from graphs, tables, mapping diagrams, and sets of ordered pai...
Point Slope form of a line template
This is a one-page template for students. When given two points, students can use the point-slope form of a line to re-write the equation in slope-intercept form.
Virtual Math Manipulatives to Solve Math Problems!
Do you need a virtual tool to help your kids solve math problems? This post includes 25 online math manipulatives to help kids visualize math problems.
Pre-Algebra Worksheets | Linear Functions Worksheets
These Pre-Algebra Worksheets allow you to produce unlimited numbers of dynamically created linear functions worksheets.
My Favorite Unit to Teach – Linear Functions
My favorite unit to teach is Linear Functions. Not sure why...I just think y=mx+b is a fun equation. I always tell my students that I am going to get a y=mx+b tattoo on my forehead as soon as I get over my fear of needles. As a result, I've had a couple of students make me t-shirts…