I always kind of like teaching about functions and relations in algebra.  This year in Algebra 2, I used some of the same ideas that I have ...
I am in LOVE with this flipbook that I made for the Protractor Postulate and Angle Addition Postulate in Geometry.  It is so full of definit...
This year, I completely changed my linear equations unit.  I went at a slower pace and reorganized the information a little bit.  I used so...
At the beginning of the year, I introduced some graphing vocabulary to my Algebra 1 students at the beginning of the year.  Now that I'm...
I shared some of this last year, on my Beginning Proofs INB Pages post, but this year I did things a little differently. I used this f...
Last year, our math standards were revised.  In that, I now get to teach my Algebra 2 students how to write in interval notation.  Honestly,...
Last year, I created several interactive notebook pages for beginning proofs in geometry.  However, this year, I'm teaching honors geom...
Piecewise functions are so challenging for students in the beginning!  I tried a totally new approach this year, and I ended up LOVING it.  ...
Teachers that are new to interactive notebooks often ask me how I run a typical class period and how I teach a lesson. In this post, I’...
I wanted to share my interactive notebook pages for my surface area and volume unit!  I like the pages that I used, but I think I will incl...
I started my area unit with a short review of simplifying radicals and special right triangles.  It’s ALWAYS needed. The first lesso...
I shared the first part of my quadrilaterals unit a couple of months ago.  I didn’t share all of the pages though! I still need to mak...