Here is a couple of great ways to use straws and pipe cleaners to teach geometry. I have students create snowflakes and then discuss symmetry. To teach how to find the diagonal of the rectangular prism, have students create a 3-4-5 prism and then cut paper triangles to fit inside the prism. They can then prove to themselves that d = sqrt(l^2 + h^2 + w^2)!!!!!!! Enjoy!!!!
Here is a Snowflake graphing and symmetry activity freebie. I love using snowflakes to teach math!
The possibilities are endless, from art and science projects to teaching rotational symmetry.
8 posters containing the graph, domain, range, and primary points of the following parent functions: square root, cube root, cubic, quadratic, linear, greatest integer, absolute value, reciprocal!
VUX HOY visualized!!! Here is a great assortment of posters to teach the slope and equation of vertical, horizontal, and parent function lines.
Here is it.... THE perfect assessment tool for 7th grade Common Core Math Standards. All 24 standards are tested thoroughly with clear thoughtful questions. Of course a key is provided!!! 8th grade is available now! High school math standards are coming soon.
Here is it.... everything you wanted to know about symmetry and more. Great for high school and college students. This clears up the confusion about x-axis, y-axis, origin symmetry and even and odd functions with clear notes, worked out examples, and a quiz with answers.