# Explore Math Classroom, Math Teacher and more!

### Explore related topics

Illustrating how exponential growth can happen…a

Practice problems for solving exponential equations.. want to add these kinds of problems to the curriculum! Love this way to have students check their own work.. a lot of work up front, but worth it in the end!

This teacher has a lot of great ideas for Algebra 1 and Algebra 2! Ex: Parabola Match - use this game to help students match equations, vertices, axis of symmetry, and graphs (did this during student teaching and it was fantastic!)

Systems of Equations and poorly written riddles are what get my students' attention. See for yourself. Coin Activity. High School Math. Algebra 1

Algebra 2 - Combining functions dice game... using f(x) dice and g(x) dice gives a large set of practice problems.

3 act task- how many points does Mario earn for his jump (after seeing points earned from similar jumps). The answer turns out to be an exponential relationship instead of linear so it's a good introduction into how all functions aren't linear.

M^3 (Making Math Meaningful): Quadratic Headbanz Have to figure out how I can use this activity with my 7th graders.

KidsHealth > The Basics on Genes and Genetic Disorders. What's in this article? Info includes: What Is a Gene? Genes and Heredity. What Are Genetic Disorders? Changing Genes.

Polynomial Factoring using synthetic division scavenger hunt. Students start at one "answer", get the first problem they need to solve, and move on until they complete their circuit. I did this with my classes today and the students had a blast!

Exponential Growth - Domino Skyscraper 3 act task. If you want to topple over a domino the size of a skyscraper, how many dominoes would you need?