## Extensive vs Intensive Properties Color Coding Activity

I created this extensive vs intensive properties color coding activity for my chemistry students to complete and glue in our interactive notebooks. Free Download of Extensive vs Intensive Properties Color Coding Activity Other Chemistry Activities and Resources

## Homogeneous vs Heterogeneous Color Coding Activity

I created this homogeneous vs heterogeneous color coding activity for my chemistry students to glue in their interactive notebooks. As we talked through the activity as a class, we decided that some of the mixtures could be classified either way based on our assumptions. It was a good discussion! Free Download of Homogeneous vs Heterogeneous …

## Polynomial or Not Color Coding Activity

After reviewing the definition of a polynomial, we completed this polynomial or not color coding activity. We glued the final results in our algebra interactive notebooks. If the expression was a polynomial, students colored it. If it was not a polynomial, they had to explain why. Free Download of Polynomial or Not Color Coding Activity

## Arithmetic Geometric or Neither Color Coding Activity

My Algebra 2 students completed this arithmetic geometric or neither color coding activity after we created our arithmetic, geometric, or neither foldable in our interactive notebooks. Students had to create a key for the color coding activity by coloring the words “arithmetic,” “geometric,” and “neither” at the top of the page.  Then, they colored each …

## Translating Words Into Symbols Coloring Notes

I created this translating words into symbols coloring notes for my Algebra 1 students to glue in their interactive notebooks. One of our Algebra 1 standards is that students be able to translate between written expressions and equations and symbolic expressions and equations.  This is one of those topics that drives me crazy to try …

## Prime and Composite Numbers Chart

I created the prime and composite numbers chart to glue in our Algebra 2 interactive notebooks at the beginning of our unit on radicals. Before we could delve into simplifying radicals, I needed to refresh my students’ memories regarding prime and composite numbers.  We color-coded a hundreds chart to keep in our notebooks for reference. …