this is one of my favorites so far. I love the versatility of these cards. The creater talks of using the cards with domain and range. I was also thinking of introducing parent functions with these cards, and using it for a matching game. While I have not taught anything higher than Algebra 2, what a great opportunity to introduce sine functions and others.
here is a great find for vocab review! The creater also includes printable cards in PDF and Word, so you can create your own to your specific needs! I would like to build on this concept for my ESOL/ELL students, and make them in Spanish and Creole.
I LOVE FOLDABLES! I have never made foldables. I am so excited to try this! I have been heading in the direction of students keeping composition notebooks as resources the last few years. This just makes it more fun! I found a book on Amazon that goes with the McGraw Hill Algebra 2 textbook dealing with foldables. I am anxiouslt awaiting my smiley brown box to show up.
I have found more on Pinterest, but these really stood out. I am looking to add to my bag of tricks, so anything you find interesting, please share! (and please note, these are NOT my ideas, I am borrowing and sharing.)