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I created these AP® Precalculus Unit Dividers to help myself and my students get organized this year as we tackle the AP® Precalculus curriculum as laid out in the College Board Course and Exam Description. I have my students maintain a binder full of our fill-in-the-blank guided notes that we complete throughout the year. I …

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The Ghost Game is a fun two player game which involves coloring in or covering up ghosts arranged in a 5 x 5 grid. The player that colors in the last ghost loses.

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Looking for a quick game for the fall or Halloween season? Picking Pumpkins is a game for two players. The game is easy to understand, quick to play, and full of mathematics to analyze. Picking Pumpkins Instructions Picking Pumpkins is a game for two players. On your turn, you may pick any number of pumpkins …

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Bring some spooky fun to your classroom or party with this fun Halloween triples word puzzle. Can you reassemble the trios of letters to form words related to Halloween? Puzzle Instructions Combine the letter trios to spell out some words associated with Halloween. Each trio of letters will be used exactly once. For example, COB …

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Help students discover the power of numbers with this free printable blank 120 chart. This versatile blank 120 number chart is your key to discovering patterns within the realm of the numbers 1-120. What is a 120 Chart? A 120 chart is a grid or table that displays numbers from 1 to 120 in rows …

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Unlock the magic of numbers with this free printable 120 chart! Whether you’re a math teacher or a homeschooling parent this versatile 120 number chart is your key to discovering the fascinating patterns, operations, and mathematical wonders hidden within the realm of the numbers from 1 to 120. What is a 120 Chart? A 120 …

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The game of sim is an easy-to-learn pencil and paper game of drawing lines and avoiding triangles. Unlike many other similar pencil and paper games, there is always a winner!

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This goose pentominoes puzzle challenges you to use a standard set of twelve pentominoes to build the shape of a goose. This is part of a collection of animal-shaped pentominoes puzzles available here on my blog. My students last year really enjoyed the different animal-shaped pentominoes puzzles that I put out. I’ve got a new …

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Discover the thrilling Martinetti Dice Game which is easy to learn and only requires 3 standard dice and basic playing pieces such as bingo chips or game pawns. Get ready for a fun and engaging dice game! I love to teach my high school students to play dice games, so I am always on the …

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Are you ready to take on the Sixes Challenge? You must use exactly four sixes and your choice of arithmetical symbols to form the eight given target numbers. What is the Sixes Challenge? Using exactly four sixes, add arithmetical symbols between the sixes to make each of the target numbers. You may use plus, minus, …

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This daily pentomino calendar puzzle features 31 puzzles in 1. Can you cover the calendar grid with standard pentominoes so that only today’s date is left uncovered? My students are always begging for new puzzles, so when I can find a puzzle that is actually multiple puzzles in one I get super excited. Several years …

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Bring some symmetric puzzling fun to your classroom with this pentomino butterfly puzzle. Can you use a standard set of twelve pentominoes to build the shape of a butterfly? My students have been loving the various animal pentomino puzzles I have posted this year as some of our puzzles of the week. Puzzle Instructions The …

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