Collection of games for the math classroom to teach algebra concepts.

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### Algebra Review Game

by Jennifer USU

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### Survivor Algebra: A Classroom Game

by Jenny Morgan

A post from Passy's World of Mathematics that describes how to set up a Survivor-like math competition. Students are divided into groups and compete against one another by combining individual scores on math quizzes. Also included are ideas for how to add some surprise randomness to the competition.
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### rags to riches

by Jodie Cooktown

A game to solve equations and build up money up a money ladder
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### Systems of Equations Baseball

by Janet Pinto

Review game for systems of equations - gets the students up and moving too.
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### Unit 1 Jeopardy Game

by Zack Moore

Jeopardy is a review game for Unit 1: Tools of Algebra. The topics covered in Unit 1 include: Problem Solving Plans, Numbers and Expressions, Variables and Expressions, Properties, Simplifying Algebraic expressions using the Associative and Commutative Properties, Ordered Pairs and Relations, and Scatter Plots. This game should be used to help students prepare for the unit exam. The file is saved as a Powerpoint 1997-2004 .ppt document.
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### Aplusmath flashcards K-8

by Kathleen Duhl

Java and non-java flashcards that cover everything from simple addition to algebra.
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### Linear Functions in Developmental Math

by Test User

The purpose of this module is to explore the concept of linear functions and relate their use to a real-world application. The exploration of linear functions will cross levels from Elementary Algebra into College Algebra. Throughout this module we will provide activities that can be used in the classroom to encourage active participation of students with the concepts. The activities provided will address the levels beginning with plotting of points in a coordinate plane and culminating in class projects based on real-life applications of linear functions. From the beginning, students will be encouraged to actively participate in both a mental and physical exploration of point placement, the relationship between points and linear graphs, and interpretation of slope. Additional activities incorporating the use of technology will be provided for use by instructors and students. Some activities are intended for students to complete outside of class and/or for use by students in an online learning environment. The following are the expected outcomes of this module: Provide an introduction to student understanding of ordered pairs on the coordinate plane. Explore of the relationship between ordered pairs and a linear function. Explore various forms of an equation of a line. Connect linear functions with a real-world application. Extend the linear function concept to a piecewise-defined function application.
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### I have logs

by Terrie Teegarden

This game has students rewrite logarithmic and exponential expression by expansion or conversion.
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### Equation Mani Game Cards

by Zack Moore

Equation Mania is a game used to reinforce the distributive property and combining like terms sections of Unit 3: Equations and review the order of operations section of Unit 1. The file is saved as a Word 1997-2004 .doc document.
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### Unit 4 Jeopardy

by Zack Moore

Jeopardy is a review game for Unit 4: Factors and Fractions. The topics covered in Unit 4 include: Factors and Monomials, Powers and Exponents, Prime Factorization, Greatest Common Factor, Simplifying Algebraic Fractions, Multiplying and Dividing Monomials, Negative Exponents, and Scientific Notation. This game should be used to help students prepare for the unit exam.
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