Free Secondary Math Resources
1. Translating Algebraic Expressions Activity for Google
In this self-grading digital activity, students are given a variety of expressions containing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division and must match the algebraic expression to the correct verbal expression. Designed in Google Forms, it's already set up to be graded automatically, all you need to do is share a link! It's also editable so you can make changes before assigning it to students.
*New to this type of activity? Learn how to edit and assign activities in Google Forms.
2. Adding Positive and Negative Integers Digital Activity for Google
Do your students struggle with the signs of positive and negative numbers when adding? This self-checking activity is a perfect way for students to get instant feedback on their answers. Designed in Google Sheets, it's set up to automatically let students know if their answers are correct as they type them in.
*New to this type of activity? Learn how to use self-grading activities in Google Sheets.
3. Area of Rectangles Activity for Google or Easel
There are TWO ways you can use this digital activity. You can assign it through Google Forms or with TpT's Easel. Both options are set up to be graded automatically.
*New to using Easel? Learn how to use Easel Assessments, a new digital tool from Teachers Pay Teachers.
4. Simplifying Radicals Boom Cards
Boom Cards are one of my favorite things! In this activity, students practice simplifying radicals using the imaginary number i. They're shown one question at a time and LOVE getting instant feedback as they practice simplifying square roots of negative numbers.
New to Boom Cards? See 7 Things to Love About Boom Cards and How to Get Started with Boom Cards.
I hope these free math activities are helpful for you! Let me know what you think in the comments below. Many of them can be used as bell-ringers, exit tickets, with math centers, or as a worksheet alternative. Didn't find what you were looking for? Click HERE to find more middle school and high school activities.
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