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Real-World Algebra Projects are AWESOME! These projects connect math with real world scenarios for students to explore. Many projects with various topics are available: piecewise functions, absolute value inequalities, linear equations, lines of regression, quadratic equations, systems of equations, and MORE!!!
Lisa Harrison saved to Algebra 1
I love all these ideas for math projects for the end of the year!! Perfect for middle or high school math with real world connections. Projects include floor plans, sports, sculptures, creating cities, researching colleges, and more. Lots of skills like graphing, volume, scale drawing, area, perimeter, density, and cost calculations.
michele keeler saved to 6th grade math
A free slope puzzle for positive, negative, zero and undefined slope. Great for interactive notebooks or as a stand-along activity for #algebra review.
Scaffolded Math and Science saved to Slope
This algebra project takes students through a scenario where they are electricians, using equations and formulas to do their job to repair an issue with some lamp posts. You algebra students will get to make real connections to real life!
Becky Largent saved to Algebra
Struggling with students asking "when are we ever going to use this?" Here are 4 ideas for making Algebra relevant to students. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Whitney Davis saved to Stuff to Buy
This linear equations project was one of my favorite things about teaching algebra. My students would run into the room and right over to the windowsill, excited to see their grass and about taking the day's data. The project is so simple - students plant seeds, grow grass, measure, plot growth, find lines of fit - but the learning opportunities stretch the project so much farther. Students get attached to their little cups of grass. You can grab the project here in my Dropbox. They see…
Beth Turbyfill saved to Learn It
Learn about what a video warm-up is, the advantages, and how you can use it in your math classroom.
Kimi Evans saved to Number Crunchers
If you haven't tried using the Desmos tool in your classroom yet, check out their activities to use in Algebra. Learn about more of its great features too.
Patti England saved to Math
Free math templates, mainly for algebra and algebra 2 that can also be used in middle school math classes. I love these free printables to use as warm ups, closers and quick checks in class. They can be slipped into sheet protectors to be used over and over again. All are free. The original title was 4 free algebra and algebra 2 warm up templates, but since writing it I have added many more. All are 100% FREE.
Carla Morrison saved to Teaching Math
A real world project where students shop to compare prices and create an absolute value inequality to help determine what to purchase based on the mean price range. Students graph and analyze the results.
Affordable tutoring saved to Understanding Algebra