Classroom rules poster I use:
I use this image and post it all around my room to showcase basic classroom rules. A copy can be found here. Feel free to alter it to your school/classroom needs.
Life #s Project:
Looking for a great back to school math project that is fun, easy, and involves a mathematical way to get to know your students? Click here for your copy!
Looking for a great back-to-school icebreaker? Try out my LEGO challege and be ready to elevate your class with fun! Click here for your copy of directions!
Random Trivia Review:
I play this game when I am reviewing before a test. I have a bunch of review questions prepared. I put the students in groups of 3 to 4. Students have to answer the question correctly to participate in the RANDOM TRIVIA REVIEW. I show them the random trivia question and if their group answers the random trivia questin correctly, they get one point. I play until time is up and give the winning team a prize! HERE is the game without answers. If you are interested in the answer key, shoot me an email!
Here are the instructions on how to play Integer War. This game is a great way to support learning integer rules and it is really fun!
Dance Dance Transversal Game:
Click HERE for a copy of my Classroom Dance Dance Transversal Game. This is a great/fun way to practice the different types of angles.
Starbucks Mode for flexible group work:
Looking for a fun/creative way to allow students to have flexible seating/groupwork? Use my Starbucks Mode slides to set the ground rules. Click here for a copy!
Looking for a great icebreaker/back-to-school activity? Try this game out and get ready for fun and laughs! Click here for your copy!
Math Helpers for Pre-Algebra:
My Math Helpers consist of Khan Academy links that cover each math topic, IXL links to practice, and game links to play. HERE is the link to all of my Math helpers, feel free to make a copy and adjust them for your curriculum scope and sequence. Mine are based on Glencoe's Pre-Algebra curriculum.
Trouble Probability Game:
Click here for a copy of my Trouble game Experimental vs. Theoretical probability experiment.
Math Movie Project:
HERE is a copy of my directions for students to create a math movie, feel free to edit your copy to your needs.