THE REAL NUMBER SYSTEM - SOL 8.2

Real Number System Kahoot - EXISTING

ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS - SOL 8.14a

Algebraic Expressions Teaching Kahoot   - NEW 5/29/20!
(This is a teaching Kahoot, which means that: a) it is not timed; and b) you need to read the explanations in the pictures, not just answer the questions.)

Expressions Maze - NEW 5/29/20!
This is the first maze I've made with a pirate ship and a giant squid!

NUMBER SENSE - SOL 8.1

Number Sense Primer Breakout  - NEW 5/22/20
(Includes SOL 8.1)

Decimal Maze - NEW 5/26/20

Mixed Number Maze 
- NEW 5/26/20


PROPORTIONS - SOLs 7.3, 7.5 AND 8.4

Proportions Primer Breakout 1 - NEW 5/7/20!
(Includes SOLs 7.3 and 7.5)

Proportions Primer Breakout 2 - NEW 5/15/20
(Includes SOLs 8.4)

Percentage Setup Kahoot - Existing

Shopping Challenge - NEW 5/18/20

Scale City Video (link)

Making a Scale Model



Barn Specifications
(link)

FUNCTIONS - SOLS 8.15 AND 8.16


Functions Primer Breakout - NEW 4/20/20!

Functions Breakout - Existing

Functions Challenge Kahoot - REVISED 3/20/20
 
Independent/Dependent Variable Kahoot - NEW 4/23/20!


Functions Picture Puzzle - NEW 4/20/20!

World Travel Challenge - NEW 4/27/20!


EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES - SOLS 8.17 and 8.18

"Like Terms" Challenge Kahoot - REVISED 3/30/20!

Equation Primer Breakout - NEW 3/27/20!

Inequalities Primer Breakout - NEW 4/1/20!

Inequalities Challenge Kahoot - NEW 4/2/20
 
Inequality Maze - Existing

Inequality Maze


TRANSFORMATIONS - SOL 8.7

Transformations Challenge Kahoot- NEW 3/26/20!

PROBABILITY

Probability Primer Breakout - NEW 4/13/20 
(The sections may not be in the right order on your screen.  But they are numbered!  Start with section 1, and then 2, 3, and so on.  Let me know if you have any questions!)
 
Probability Challenge Kahoot - Existing
 
Probability Breakout - Existing

ProbabilityMa
 ze - NEW 4/13/20


Probability Maze


Desmos Probability Activity - NEW 4/13/20

Probability Puzzle:

The host of a game show puts three playing cards face down on a table and asks you to point to one.  If you pick the red card, you win a prize.  If you pick either of the two black cards, you lose.  You point to one card.   The host turns over one of the other cards to show it's black (he knows where he put them, after all) and asks you if you want to stay with your first pick or switch to the remaining card.  Finally, he turns over the card you ended up picking. Did you stay or switch?  Explain why.

Play with a family member and have them try each strategy (staying or switching) several times.  Which strategy was best?  Why do you think this is true?