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Editable Function Operations Dice. In Algebra 2 we needed a hands-on activity to keep everyone engaged. It was May, seniors were leaving soon and my juniors were all rapidly contracting their own little cases of senioritis. In May we were learning function operations and my students needed practice that didn't feel like practice.

Editable Function Operations Dice. In Algebra 2 we needed a hands-on activity to keep everyone engaged. It was May, seniors were leaving soon and my juniors were all rapidly contracting their own little cases of senioritis. In May we were learning function operations and my students needed practice that didn't feel like practice.

Unit Circle

Unit Circle

This idea really connects special triangles and the unit circle.  I did something similar with my students and that's when they were able to start understanding why the signs change but the values don't in different quadrants.

This idea really connects special triangles and the unit circle. I did something similar with my students and that's when they were able to start understanding why the signs change but the values don't in different quadrants.

Students match different forms of the same linear equation (slope-intercept, point-slope, standard) in this puzzle activity. Good practice for translating between the forms.

Students match different forms of the same linear equation (slope-intercept, point-slope, standard) in this puzzle activity. Good practice for translating between the forms.

Restructuring Algebra: Function Notation Slider

Restructuring Algebra: Function Notation Slider

Why was I never taught this trick???

Why was I never taught this trick???

(free Algebra 2 warm up template). I shine either an equation or a graph on the smart board. If I shine an equation, my students know to sketch the graph. If I shine a graph, my students know to find the equation. From there, students find the vertex, y-intercept, domain, range, zeros and equation (if a graph was given).

(free Algebra 2 warm up template). I shine either an equation or a graph on the smart board. If I shine an equation, my students know to sketch the graph. If I shine a graph, my students know to find the equation. From there, students find the vertex, y-intercept, domain, range, zeros and equation (if a graph was given).

Unit circle not using paper.  Wish I taught algebra 2 just so I could do this!

Unit circle not using paper. Wish I taught algebra 2 just so I could do this!

cool ways to tie your shoe laces

cool ways to tie your shoe laces

Radical Equations Pyramid Sum Puzzle

Radical Equations Pyramid Sum Puzzle