# Algebra

## Collection by Algebra and Beyond • Last updated 18 hours ago

Algebra board for activities, ideas, resources, blog posts, and more for math teachers.

### Eight Ways to Get Secondary Students to Behave for a Substitute - The Efficient Classroom

Preparing for a substitute is harder than coming in sick. This list of ways to prepare for a sub will prevent the stress and axiety or being absent.

### Sudoku Interactive Bulletin Board — Activity After Math

Step-by-Step Tutorial on how to make your own Sudoku Interactive Math Bulletin Board kit for your classroom. Encourage collaboration between students using Sudoku. Students will use logic to complete the board and you have a board that is used every day! #sudoku#bulletinboard

### 4 Ways to Use Task Cards in the Middle School Math Classroom

Blog post with 4 ideas for using math task cards in the middle school math classroom!

### How to Use Doodle Notes in Math Class: Implementation Tips

"How Do I Actually USE Them??" -- Strategies for Trying the Doodle Note Approach in Math Class

### Tyra on Instagram: “Multi-step equations TI-84 calculator sheets ready to go! The practice PSAT is just a month away, so im helping my students discover easy…”

@algebraandbeyond posted to Instagram: Multi-step equations TI-84 calculator sheets ready to go! The practice PSAT is just a month away, so im helping my students discover easy ways to check their solution. These are in the Window Settings and Graphing Equations packet in my TpT store....and includes solving quadratics, exponentials, logarithms, etc.

### Area Invasion! A Math Board Game

Blog post with rules and tips for playing this Area Invasion board game, which helps students practice finding the area of rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, trapezoids, and circles! Students find the area of shapes to move around the game board. Fun way to practice finding the area of shapes!

### Making Math Workshop Work

Here's a great post by a sixth grade teacher who describes math workshop in his classroom.

### Math Critical Thinking Journal Prompts

In this NO-PREP sample resource, students will develop reflective and independent thinking, while connecting mathematical ideas. This is READY TO PRINT and will KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED while deepening their understanding! There are FOUR prompts included!

### Exit Slips: Probability - 6th Grade Math

FREE unit of math exit slips for 6th grade math. This unit focuses on 6th grade math probability concepts. Each topic includes 4 exit slip questions that increase in difficulty. Topics include sample spaces, independent events, dependent events, the fundamental counting principle, and more!

### How I Teach Function Notation

Teaching function notation in math can be tricky! Algebra students will love this activity while taking notes or filling in their foldables.

### School Math Students

Graphing Lines and Killing Zombies is always one of my Algebra 1 students' favorite activities! I use all 4 activities every year when teaching linear equations to my high school math students. These also make the perfect Halloween math activity for Algebra or 8th grade math students. Even my geometry students love doing this as a fun halloween math worksheet.

### Teaching Writing Linear Equations

The Free to Discover blog will give you strategies and tips for teaching math to middle and high school students using differentiation and discovery.

### Solve Two-Step Equations

Mathbook Activity is a fun spin on Facebook! Students have fun showing what they know! This activity has students show they can solve two-step equations.

### Algebra and Beyond

A full unit of guided notes for functions and graphs. Includes warm-ups, guided notes, practice, homework, quizzes, study guide, and a test.

### Visual Algebra Activities

iMath Activities: Fun, Engaging, and Collaborative! Learn more in this blog series. Topics include domain, range, absolute value, solving equations, combining like terms, exponents, and more!

### VIDEO WARM-UPS ~ PART TWO

Learn about a new teaching tool to help you teach all levels of high school math. Video Warm-Ups are an amazing tool to help students preview or review math concepts.