### Properties of Exponents Rules Foldable Interactive Notebook Graphic Organizer

## May 29, 2014

**This is a double sided PDF foldable that explains the Properties of Exponents. Each “rule” is explained in written form and includes an example.**

**When printed the foldable is slightly larger than a composition notebook page; therefore, if you plan to put this foldable in a composition sized interactive notebook then you will want to set your printer to scale the document to 95% so that it will fit.**

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### Free & inexpensive math CURRICULUM materials and resources

## May 18, 2014

**Free downloadable materials**

**Entire workbooks to download (PDFs) for FREE for grades 1-10 for non-commercial purposes. These are good quality, too, and not just machine-made worksheet collections. Some homeschoolers use MEP for a complete curriculum. Includes some interactive materials. Provided by Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching.**

**Free printable math workbooks that have simple calculation worksheets for grades 1-6.**

**Free interactive online math practice for all kinds of topics, grades 1-6.**

**Complete textbooks for Introductory Mathematics (prealgebra), Introductory Algebra, and Intermediate Algebra that are available for free online reading, evaluation, and even printing. For each section of the book, the website also shows links to corresponding math videos from MathTV.com.**

**A complete algebra textbook (free) by CK-12 Foundation. You can also find lots of algebra videos, texts to read, exercises and more. The website has other subjects also.**

**Lots to explore here. For example, there are worksheets with variable problems meant for review, some for each week of the school year: Week by week essentials, grades K-2, Grades 3-5, and Grades 6-8.**

**Free learning guides (tutorials) for all prealgebra topics with interactive practice problems, step-by-step examples, graphs, and real-world applications. This can be used for an online pre-algebra textbook.**

**Includes a free algebra 1 textbook called Llevada's Algebra 1, downloadable as PDF files by chapter, containing over 6,000 exercises, plus over 70 videos with lectures and solved exercises.**

**Over 100 very nice, compact prealgebra worksheets from the Glencoe Parent and Student Study Guide. The sheets have a short, instructional part that reviews the concept, several problems, and answers upside down in the end of each sheet.**

**Online math lessons geared for girls, from counting through calculus. By math tutor and "mathaholic" Lisa Johnson.**

**Elementary Algebra With Applications - a free math textbook to download or to view online (PDF form).**

**PDF files filled with problems for algebra, integrated high school math, calculus, discrete math, and multivariable calculus.**

**A free download of an arithmetic book from the past.**

**A complete online algebra text for Algebra I by James W. Brennan. Also a printable version.**

**A free download of an old textbook, acclaimed to be a lively introduction to calculus, with clarity and simplicity.**

**This is a book about mathematics education. Adding It Up explores how students in pre-K through 8th grade learn mathematics. It explains research findings on what children know about numbers by the time they arrive in pre-K and details the processes by which students acquire proficiency with whole numbers, rational numbers, integers, beginning algebra, geometry, measurement, and probability and statistics.**

**Free videos, animated math courses, or online math practice sites**

**CK-12 is a large, free site for learning and practicing math and science. It contains text-based lessons, FlexBooks® (digital textbooks in PDF, ePub and mobi formats), videos, and quizzes for multitudes of math and science topics from K to grade 12.**

**Possibly the web's biggest and free site for math videos. What started out as Sal making a few algebra videos for his cousins has grown to over 2,100 videos and 100 self-paced exercises and assessments covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history.**

**Over 6,000 free, online video lessons for basic math, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. Videos also available in Spanish. Also includes online textbooks. I've written a review of MathTV lessons when they used to be offered on CDs.**

**Online interactive lessons (free) covering high school algebra and calculus courses (including AP calculus).**

**Over 2,000 free videos covering all high school math topics from algebra to calculus. Registration required (free).**

**Free math videos grouped by math topic. Basic math, middle school, high school, and college levels. Also includes links to further resources.**

**Video tutorials for prealgebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, and intro physics. This will also include practice problems and quizzes sometime during 2010-2011 school year. Includes both a free and paid (premium) versions.**

**Free online pre-algebra and algebra course that includes step-by-step narrated tutorials, videos, and online quizzes.**

**Free animated and narrated math tutorials - pre-algebra, algebra 1, geometry.**

**Free video lectures, audio lectures, notes, and ebooks etc. for college level math. Also has material for various sciences.**

**This online geometry course includes readings, problems, videos, interactive activities, homework problems and solutions. It is meant for K-8 teachers but will work well for middle school students as well.**

**A large online library of short video lessons and quizzes. The videos are recorded by several different tutors, who vary in their methods and teaching styles, so you have the chance to learn the same lesson from several perspectives.**

**This site includes online video lessons and other support materials to accompany Holt Algebra 2 textbook. Click on the Homework help, choose a chapter, and then view the lessons.**

**Mathematics Illuminated is a 13-part, integrated-media resource created for adult learners and high school teachers. The series covers the broad scope of human knowledge through the study of mathematics and its relevance in the world today. It reaches beyond formulas and computations to explore the math of patterns, symmetry, relationships, multiple dimensions, and more, all the while uncovering the secrets and hidden delights of the ever-evolving world of mathematics. This course us videos, online texts, web interactive activities, and group activities.**

**A website featuring short movies that show how algebra or science is used in the real world, plus supplemental activities & lesson plans. On the website you can view the movie clips and activities for free, or purchase a DVD that has them.**

**Miscellaneous math materials**

**These are from Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin. The benchmarks describe the content and skills necessary for students on any given grade (K-6), or by strands (K-6 and 7-12). You can use these to have an idea of what topics to cover on any grade.**

**From Math Projects Journal.**

**This site contains lots of tips for K-12 math education curriculum goals, and notably the author's view on what math should be studied on each grade level.**

**Inexpensive math curriculum**

**Covering topics from 1st to 6th grade, these inexpensive ebooks explain the concepts well and provide ample practice. Prices $2 to $7 per ebook. (Downloadable PDFs)**

**This site sells low-cost CDs that contain lessons and activities for every national standard benchmark for a particular grade level in math and science.**

**Two 600-page books (1200 pages total) for $25, covering all middle school math, high school math, AND high school English topics.**

**Original Source: HomeSchoolMath**

### Math Resources

## May 5, 2014

**While I was looking around for some resources for upcoming lessons, I decided to check out some other math blogs to see what other teachers are doing these days. While visiting MissCalculate I came across all of these resources. **

Algebra 2

Games

Feeling
Lucky! Review Games (Cathy Roitz)

Probability
Dice Game (Shelli Temple)

Life
on the Number Line (Elizabeth Statmore)

Favorite
Review Games (Tina C)

Review
Games by Students for Students (Remi Smith)

Splat!
(Cindy Wallace)

Round
the Room Activity (Natalie Turbiville)

Racko
(Angie Eakland)

SMART Board Game Board
Template (Pinterest)

Ghosts
in the Graveyard (Mrs. H)

Survival
of the Fittest (Nora Oswald)

Making
Matching GRID Games (via @heatherfindell)

Free Riddle Worksheets (via
Miss Rudolph)

Valuables

Foldable
Templates (Carol Leonard)

Dweck
Growth Mindset (Allison Krasnow)

Calculator Cheat Sheet
(Mrs. H)

Wall
of Remediation: A How-To Guide (Daniel Schneider)

Folding
Stories (Bowman Dickson)

I
Am A....Random Auditory Activity (Dave Sladkey)

Fostering
the Hypothesis Wrecking Mindset (David Cox)

Algebra II

Calculator
Boot Camp (Amber Caldwell)

Solving
Equations Sudoku (Shannon)

Series
and Sequences

- Series and Sequences (Sam J Shah's Virtual Filing Cabinet)
- Sequences and Series: An Exploratory Unit (Sam J Shah)

Functions

- Piecewise Functions (Lisa Henry)
- Piecewise Functions (Rebecka Peterson)
- Composite Functions (UEN)
- Function Operations Row Game
- Exponential Growth and Exponential Functions (UEN)
- Absolute Value Piecewise Functions (Shannon)
- Function Matching Activity (Mrs. Reilly)
- Function Composition Family Tree (Sarah Hagan)
- Modeling Exponential Growth and Decay with Skittles (Sarah Hagan)

Polynomials/Rational
Functions

- Polynomial Function Photo Project (Kristen Fouss)

- Why Polynomial Long Division Is Awesome (Ashli Black)

- Asymptote Bingo (Rebecka Peterson)

- Rational Functions Unit (Rebecka Peterson)

- Representing Polynomials (Pam Wilson)

- Polynomial Factoring Scavenger Hunt (Christy)

- End Behavior Cards (Amy Gruen)

- Factor Maze (a /= 1) (Shannon)

- Binomial Theorem Jigsaw (Bob Lochel)

- Binomial Expansion Activity (Natalie Turbiville)

Rational/Radicals

- Rational Equations Error Analysis (Dan Greene)

- Cube Root Intro (Kate Nowak)

- Rational Exponents (T. Banks)

- Rational Exponents Transformation Card Sort (T. Banks)

- Rational Exponent Tarsia PDF (T. Banks)

- Rational Exponents Tic Tac Toe Review (T. Banks)

- Rational Exponents Tarsia (Chris Hunter)

Complex
Numbers

- iCECREAM Exponents (powers of i) (Miss Rudolph)

Quadratics

- Vertex Form of a Parabola (Geogebra Applet)

- Sorting Out Quadratic Methods (Amy Gruen)

- Completing the Square (Mimi)

- Discriminant Foldable (Nora Oswald)

- Bucket O Lies Solved Quadratics (Nora Oswald)

- Linear or Not Linear Function Card Sort (Beth Ferguson)

- Parabola Match Up Cards (Tori Kelsoe)

- Factoring Special Products (Shannon)

- Quadratics Foldable (Kristin)

- Completing the Square Stations (Mrs. Reilly)

- Quadratic Headbanz (Mary Bourassa)

- Graphing Quadratic Stations (Miss Rudolph)

Conics

- Conic Capture Game (Simplifying Radicals)

Logarithms

- Laws of Logarithms Post-It Assessment (Sarah Aldous)

- Logarithm Applications (Shireen D)

- Logarithm Tarsia (Chris Hunter)

- Log Laws (Kate Nowak)

- Graphing Exponential & Logarithmic Station Work (Miss Rudolph)

Statistics/Probability

- Measures of Spread (UEN)

- The Great Debate: Lies in Advertising (Miss Rudolph)

Projects

- Parent Graphs Project (Amy Gruen)

### Graphs of Linear Equations Worksheet with key A.CED.1,2,4, A.REI.1,3,10

## May 4, 2014

**This is a 2 page PDF worksheet that makes a great review for your Linear Equations Unit.**

**The worksheet provides 6 problems that require the student to use a graphed line to find the “m”, the “b”, the equation of the line in slope intercept form and the equation of the line in standard form.**

**The answer key is included.**

### Solving Systems of Equations Substitution Method Worksheet A.CED.3; A.REI.5,6; A.REI.7, 11

**This is a worksheet that involves solving Systems of Linear Equations using the Substitution Method. The problems are in standard form and slope intercept form.**

**The worksheet contains 10 problems.**

**The answer key is included.**

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