This is a matching activity that can be used in a small group, whole class or as a scavenger hunt. Students will have to match binomial factors to quadratic expressions. There is no common denominator. Perfect square trinomials and difference of squares is covered.

A scavenger hunt with a twist! Do you need a fun way for students to practice factoring by grouping? This scavenger hunt gets students out of their seats and moving around. My students LOVE seeing these on the agenda.

Studying similar figures? Check out this study guide that introduces similar shape and shows how to use ratios to find find scale factors. Includes similar triangles, rectangles, and more! There's also an online practice quiz with instant feedback.

April Fools Math - Common Algebra Mistakes Students are asked to correct the most common Algebra mistakes in 20 equations. One is titled "April Fools'" and the other is titled "Oops".

WRITING EQUATIONS IN POINT SLOPE FORM COLORING WORKSHEET - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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Use these eight worksheets to help students grasp the concept of graphing quadratic equations. The structured format of the handouts allows students to better understand how the different things they are being asked to do fit together.