We are Denae and Patrick Clark. We are both teachers of 9 years. We use every single lesson in our store in our very own classrooms so we know how important high quality lesson are to you and your students. Thank you for the opportunity of bringing our lessons into your classroom. We have experience in all grades of high school and middle school.

We are Denae and Patrick Clark. We are both teachers of 9 years. We use every single lesson in our store in our very own classrooms so we know how important high quality lesson are to you and your students. Thank you for the opportunity of bringing our lessons into your classroom. We have experience in all grades of high school and middle school.

A murder mystery that requires students to use their knowledge of basic trigonometric functions to find the killer!
Students will be led through 5 puzzles to find clues leading to the killer. Puzzles require students to use knowledge of finding unknown sides and angles using sine, cosine and tangent, solving word problems, converting radians to degrees and unit circles. After solving the 5 clues, only one suspect will be left.
Need to change a puzzle for your specific class! It's easy to change any of the puzzles as long as the clue matches up!
Answer key included!

A fantastic murder mystery to help your investigators practice solving and writing linear inequalities.
Students are given a scenario in which they will help investigators solve a murder.
Four clues have been left behind to help them figure out the perp.
Knowledge of solving equations, solving inequalities and writing and solving inequalities from word problems is necessary to catch the criminal
This is a great activity for classwork, assessment, homework or stations. It is very flexible!
Absolute Value Function Characteristics Scavenger Hunt
Regression Obsession - Linear Modeling Project, Linear Regression Task Cards and Linear, Quadratic and Exponential Regression Stations
Multiplying Complex Numbers Scavenger Hunt
Linear, Quadratic and Exponential Regression Stations
64 Quadratic Task Cards - Vertex, Solutions, Factors, Quadratic Formula and More!
16 Trigonometry Task Cards - Word Problems Finding Unknown Sides and Angles
Linear Modeling Projects Bundle

Eight stations requiring students to analyze data and determine if an exponential or quadratic regression is most appropriate. At each station, students will be required to graph the scatter plot. Determine the r-squared value and answer 3-4 questions. This is great practice with regressions.

This class project is sure to be a hit with any and all of your students! This bundle includes 3 projects in one. All the projects relate around the same idea. Students have been hired as consultants for the Baltimore Ravens, Real Madrid or Monsters University to solve some problems. Students must use the provided data to create a linear regression (line of best fit, least squares equation) in order to determine a correlation coefficient. Afterwards, students identify residuals for each piece of data. After collecting all the necessary information, students are led through questions related to the organization. When I did this in class I gave all three projects and let them choose. The choices were mixed and the students loved that they were able to individualize the days lesson depending on their interests. After students were finished each group received a reporting form. This is the form the "consultants" would hand their employer to summarize their findings. This was absolutely a hit in our class! If you don't want all three I will put each project up individually.
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Probability and Central Tendencies Relay Race Review
Quadratic Transformations Matching Activity
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Algebra 2 Activity Bundle

This 9 poster scavenger hunt requires students to analyze information related to the graphs of absolute value functions.
Students are required to use knowledge of vertex, absolute minimum/maximum, intervals of increase/decrease, domain and range.
Students are given a sheet with 9 questions. Each question has characteristics of a quadratic function graph. Students will search the posters to find the graph that matches all the characteristics on their paper. Students will then write the poster letter on their paper.

This scavenger hunt has students practicing adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators. All answers are in fraction form. Students can start at whatever poster they want and work around to find the next answer. The whole activity is one giant loop, therefore, they will end up back where they started. Our scavenger hunts are a great way to get students practicing and self-checking. Students get the automatic feedback they need by either finding their answer was correct or not finding their answer on a poster and thus knowing they need to resolve.

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Eight stations requiring students to analyze data and determine if an exponential or quadratic regression is most appropriate. At each station, students will be required to graph the scatter plot. Determine the r-squared value and answer 3-4 questions. This is great practice with regressions.
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You always knew your friendship with an eccentric scientist was interesting but you never thought it would lead to this!
Your students will need to use their knowledge of linear functions in standard form,(mainly word problems), x and y-intercepts, literal equations and line of best fit in order to escape the past and end up back in present time.
Each puzzle will require flexible thinking in order to determine the clue. Students will then find the next clue and work on the puzzle. There are 7 total puzzles in all.
We've included some implementation and modification ideas pending on the size of your class and ability level. This does require work on the Teacher planning part but students love it!
If a puzzle answer or clue doesn't work for your classroom, feel free to modify it! You can change one clue and still keep the integrity of the activity and lesson!
The answer key is inherently included as it will need to the next clue!

This is a straightforward activity involving a problem situation and a pool. Students are given information about the specification about a pool and must come up with the piecewise function, create a table, and graph the information. This is a great way to represent the information in multiple modes and demonstrate a real world example of the importance of piecewise functions. This assignment could be done as a class for instruction or indpendently as a grade or practice. We have completed this lesson in our own classes with great success!

This matching activity is designed to be practice for students in finding the x- and y-intercepts of a graph and from an equation. Students will have to use critical thinking skills in order to match the three sets. Finding intercepts is a difficult task for students to attain. This practice will help students see the relation between an ordered pair, equation of a line and a graphed line.

Can your students escape the time warp and arrive safely back in present time? Find out with this escape room.
This escape room contains 5 puzzles requiring students to demonstrate knowledge quadratic functions and finding a vertex, factoring, using the quadratic formula and solving word problems.
Students will use a cipher to determine the corresponding letters and clues for each puzzle.
By the end of the 5 puzzles students will have a phrase they must use to escape the clutches of time.
Answer key included with all the work written out for you!

A linear function take on the classic game of clue! Can you solve the clues to determine the suspect, accomplice, room and weapon?
Students will work through 4 clues:
Your students will use knowledge of finding intercepts, word problems in slope-intercept form, word problems in standard form and graphing linear functions. Students will record their answers on their clue sheet to reveal the final solution.
Students are given a cipher to turn their number answers into letters. Cut out both circles and spin the numbers to match the appropriate letter.
Students are also provided a score sheet, just like the game, so they can mark off their final answer. Have them turn in their answers and work to see if they've found all the right information!

Students will be required to convert radians to degrees or degrees to radians. Students will start at any poster they want, solve the question and look for the answer around the room. If done correctly, students will end up back at the same poster.
This is a great practice and review as it promotes self-checking and understanding of the content. We have only had success with scavenger hunts in our classroom.

A quadratic function take on the classic game of clue! Can you solve the clues to determine the suspect, accomplice, room and weapon?
Students will work through 4 clues:
Your students will use knowledge of finding a vertex, factoring, using the quadratic formula, solving word problems and graphing parabolas. Students will record their answers on their clue sheet to reveal the final solution.
Students are given a cipher to turn their number answers into letters. Cut out both circles and spin the numbers to match the appropriate letter.
Students are also provided a score sheet, just like the game, so they can mark off their final answer. Have them turn in their answers and work to see if they’ve found all the right information!
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A set of 20 task cards focusing on all aspects of linear regressions. To complete the task cards students will use knowledge of linear regressions (line of best fit, least squares regression), correlation coefficients, and calculating residuals and their meaning. The bundle also includes an answer sheet for students to record their work.
This is a great review of skills for a test, quiz or standardized assessment.
Common Core Aligned
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This activity is all about matching a data set to its 5 number summary and box-and-whiskers plot. Students are given 7 sets of data and have to find the 5 number summary and plot that match it. Matching is a great way to have students analyze a bunch of data at one time and look for similarities and differences. Our students love all matching activities we do and as teachers we feel they get a great deal out of doing them!

This is a set of 16 trigonometry task cards requiring students to use knowledge of basic trig functions to find unknown sides and angles. Students will be required to use all the trig functions and some inverses to find unknown values. We've also incorporated a little cross curricular fun by adding some of the most famous and tallest buildings into the word problems. These are sure to be a hit!
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This is a 4 clue practice based off the popular board game. Students will work through 4 clues to find the suspect, an accomplice, weapon and location. Students will use knowledge of solving systems of linear functions using three methods; substitution, linear combination (or addition) and graphing. Students will also use linear combination to solve four word problems.
Students are given a cipher to turn their number answers into letters. Cut out both circles and spin the numbers to match the appropriate letter.
Students are also provided a score sheet, just like the game, so they can mark off their final answer. Have them turn in their answers and work to see if they've found all the right information!
Answer key included!

This is a set of 16 trigonometry task cards requiring students to use knowledge of basic trig functions to find unknown sides and angles. Students will be required to use all the trig functions and some inverses to find unknown values. We've also incorporated a little cross curricular fun by adding some of the most famous and tallest buildings into the word problems. These are sure to be a hit!

SSR rubrics to hold accountability for reading. These rubrics also serve as a great opportunity for Teachers and students to interact and discuss novels/books. Attached with the rubric is a list of self selected reading prompts. These prompts serve as guides for the SSR book discussion. The rubric and prompts are formatted for successful use in any elementary, middle or high school classroom.