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Looking for fun and engaging hands-on algebra activities? I offer hundreds of free printable activities for teaching a wide range of middle school or high school algebra topics.

I created these algebra activities during my 10+ years in the high school math classroom. During that time, I taught Algebra 1 for 6 years and Algebra 2 for 8 years.

I have also created many activities to review middle school algebra concepts to use with 9th grade students who were identified as not yet being ready for Algebra 1.

Wanting to check out all of my algebra activities? I have created an Algebra & Functions resource page as part of my Math Teaching Resource Index. Here, I list all of my activities for teaching algebra as well as links to other useful websites.

Decorate your classroom with this collection of printable parent function posters. Your students will appreciate being able to reference this visual reminder of 13 of the different functions they will learn about in their algebra and precalculus courses.

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Looking for a fun hands-on real number system activity to help students learn the difference between integers and irrational numbers? Activities for Visualizing the Real Numbers Real Number System Nesting Boxes Build a set of DIY nesting boxes to help illustrate the real number system to students. When the integer box fits inside the rational …

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I used to dread teaching conics but introducing these fun conic sections activities into my math classroom has made all of the difference. Read on to find hands-on and engaging ways to teach conic sections to your students. My first experience teaching conic sections was during my first year of teaching. I was teaching Algebra …

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Looking for the perfect activity to teach exponent rules or laws of exponents? Here are 9 exponent rules activities that I have used with my own math students over the years. Activities for Practicing Exponent Rules Exponent Rules Match-Up Activity I ran across this exponent rule match-up activity from Maria Andersen. I thought it would …

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Check out this free printable perfect squares list of each square number between 1 and 1024. This perfect squares chart is available as both a PDF and editable WORD document.  This table of perfect squares will make the perfect addition to your math students’ collection of math reference charts. This printable contains each of the perfect …

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Print a copy of this prime number chart printable (PDF) which features a visual representation of the prime numbers from 1 to 100. I originally created this prime numbers chart for my pre-calculus students to use as a reference while simplifying radicals. My students used this chart as a quick way to tell if a …

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One of the yearly activities I look forward to at my school is our annual Pinwheels for Peace celebration. Pinwheels for Peace is a school-wide, cross-curricular project that occurs every September. At my school, the project is headed up by by my super-talented, award-winning art teacher neighbor, Shelley Self. September 21st is International Day of …

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