Hello Math Teachers! This is a fun activity where students use positive, negative, vertical, and horizontal lines to create the character called “Mr. Slope Guy”. Students follow step-by-step instructions with…

This activity is great for strengthening your graphing skills and reinforces your knowledge of biomes! This climatogram worksheets contains climatograms of the following biomes: desert, grassland and tropical rainforest. Students…

Fun and free Halloween math activity for middle school math students. Students will learn how to graph in slope-intercept and find the area of composite figures. This activity is great…

Interactive Math Notebook – Finding Mean 1:1 Are you looking for ways to engage math students in a 1:1 environment? Check out my 1:1 Interactive Math Notebooks! This product includes:…

Do you need an engaging activity to encourage students to collect data and then to use that data to create bar graphs and pie graphs as well as line graphs…

This math art activity can be used to engage pre-algebra and algebra students. Students will practice graphing equations with a table. There are two options to help you differentiate. The…

Is it true that March comes in like a Lion and goes out like the Lamb this year? This graphing activity will help you find out! This graphing activity will…

Are you strapped for time? This anchor chart with click and print identifying constants of proportionality anchor charts is ideal for students who need to refer back to concepts they…

This activity challenges students to use technology to create scatterplots, interpret the line-of-best fit, and calculate correlation coefficients. Students are given data about house sizes and ages as well as…

This coordinate graphing activity celebrates Thanksgiving. Students will be given a list to connect coordinate points. Students should only connect points within the designated zones. They will be able to…