Based on Manoj Mistry excellent Mathonopoly idea, this is an adapted version I've made. The questions are designed for Year 7 students being introduced to solving equations. I&'ve also created some humerous chance and community chest cards (a.
This simple activity is a great way to help kids see the connection between addition and subtraction, as well as practice writing addition and subtraction number sentences! Can also be used as a math center or station. Perfect for first grade!
This is a one-sided fill-in-the-blank notes page on the discriminant. The student begins by graphing on their calculator and then sketching a graph of 3 different quadratic equations and noting how many real solutions each has. Then they write down a few notes about the discriminant and how many solutions are possible when solving a quadratic equation.
My Algebra students loved this Quadratic Equation activity. It was the perfect way for my students to get some practice solving quadratic equations. I will love doing Algebra activities like this instead of regular Algebra worksheets.