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A line, Emojis and Charts on Pinterest

I gave my students a few polynomial equations, a few quick check sheets and asked them to find the degree, end behavior, zeros, if there were any multiplicities, the domain, and to sketch the polynomial graph. We did some more practice with various degree polynomials, ones that we first had to factor, and ones with multiplicities greater than 2.

Solving One Step Inequalities Word Problems Puzzle from Teaching in an Organized Mess on TeachersNotebook.com (18 pages)

Love this genius tip for comparing fractions. Great way for kiddos to check their reasoning!

Fraction Hopscotch - Fun, Cool Math for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Throwback Thursday- Geometry Galore

Fun with Geoboards #Teach123