The Algebra and Functions Activities eBook is a collection of 6 of our top lessons and projects, organized by mathematical strand and available at a substantial savings. This product is a download.
(Sold separately, these engaging, hands-on lessons and projects retail for $42.00. Click on the links below to visit specific pages describing each math lesson or project in detail and to view Preview Pages.
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(42 Math Lessons, Projects, and Games – 438 pages)
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Stained Glass Window Graphing Equations is a project that requires students to graph linear equations in order to create a colorful (yet mathematical) display window. Each student selects and graphs at least twelve linear equations from the equation bank to create their own unique window. This visual/kinesthetic project will help students to clearly identify the equations of horizontal and vertical lines and to easily distinguish between positive and negative slope. Key graphing vocabulary can also be developed during the project.
Graphing Equations is a lesson designed to introduce students to different types of equations and their resulting graphs. Students use t-tables to find solutions for the given equations and then graph them. As they graph the students discover the differences between linear functions, quadratic functions, and absolute value functions. The Analyzing the Graphs worksheet gives students the opportunity to look carefully at the different graphs and learn from their observations.
What’s the Point? is a fun lesson that requires students to graph points (ordered pairs) on the coordinate plane in order to create a picture. The lesson includes three different graphing assignments, answer keys, and a template to create and graph original pictures.
What’s the Point 2? is a fun lesson that requires students to graph points (ordered pairs) on the coordinate plane in order to create a picture. The lesson includes four different graphing assignments and answer keys, as well as a template to create and graph original student pictures.
Graphing Systems of Equations is a math lesson that requires students to read sentences, translate them into equations, use t-tables, graph linear equations, find the slope of a line, determine the y-intercept, and solve systems of equations. It is packed full of math concepts!
It’s In The Bag Equations Project is a hands-on activity that requires students to design a mystery bag using written clues to describe the relationships between the objects hidden in their bags. Other students then analyze their clues, create equations, and solve these equations to determine the contents of the mystery bags.
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“Fun activities to use for graphing. Thank you.”
– Sativa C., math teacher
“Great for hands-on projects!”
– TpT buyer, math teacher
“I LOVED using the number sense activities. They really pushed my students to actually THINK about using the math, rather than just crunching numbers. Especially worked great with my advanced students. Can’t wait to assign the stained glass windows this week!”
– TpT buyer, math teacher