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Free Middle/High School Activities

  The activities page is updated almost daily so come back often for more content.  The Elementary Activities have been moved here. If you are wanting to learn how to make these, here's my how to video page.  If you are looking for a template to add your questions to, those can be found here.  



Equations Activities
























    
Systems of Equations





Inequalities Activities



     









Systems of Inequalities


Functions Activities
Graphing Points and Distance
Comparing and Ordering Numbers







Integer Operations















Graphing on a Number Line


Fractions, Decimals, Percents




















Tax, Tip, Discount


Mean, Median, Mode, Range




Parallel and Perpendicular Lines




Factoring







Triangles







Volume, Surface Area, Area, and Circumference












Circles




Exponents and Radicals






Polygons and Quadratics




Polynomials/Quadratics




Angles


Decimals





Probability



Notes Packets


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