In addition to the "freebies!" at the bottom of the sidebar over there --->, below are some of my Math resources that are always available for

**free on TpT**.**But first!**By subscribing to my blog you will
receive this Solving Equations pennant for free!

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Here are links to my

**OK, now on to the free stuff!**
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**Order of Operations pennant**is a fun way to practice order of operations. Best of all, the end product looks great hanging in your classroom.
This

**Slope Poster**is great for students who need a reference for the 4 different types of slope. It comes with smaller student handouts for interactive notebooks.
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**Function or Not sorting activity**is a great follow up after an introduction to what makes a relation a function.**Finding Areas with Monomials**links what kids already know about finding areas of rectangles to multiplying monomials. It's great practice during a unit on exponent rules and polynomial multiplication.

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**Quadratic Keywords poster**has helped my students tremendously sort out when a quadratic word problem is asking for a part of a maximum or a zero.
I use this quick

We use this

**Vertex or Zero sorting activity**the day after I introduce quadratic word problems to help my students sort out when a quadratic word problem is asking for a maximum or a zero.We use this

**Projectile Motion Warm up Template**during our unit on the graphing calculator and projectile motion. It really seems to help my students develop all the skills they need to solve quadratic word problems.
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I liked the Algebra 2 warm up template so much that I made an

**Algebra 2 warm up template**is BY FAR my favorite way to make warm ups in Algebra 2. It's a template that can be used with any graph or equation you shine on the board. (There is an Algebra 1 warm up template in the sidebar:)I liked the Algebra 2 warm up template so much that I made an

**Algebra 1 warm up template**.
I give this set of directions to my Consumer Math students so that they can set up an

**Excel checkbook**that automatically calculates a student's balance.
This is the download of letter pennants to spell out

**THE FRIDGE**on your classroom bulletin board. The cover is a photo of our classroom fridge where students choose to hang their graded papers.
This

**Introduction to Factoring**powerpoint worked really well with my students to lower anxiety and relate factoring to number puzzles.
I love this Test-Taking Strategies foldable. It's chock full of tips for kids to relax and believe in themselves.

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