While I was in graduate school, YouTube was my best friend. I'd come home from class, set my books on the table, tell myself I'd get to the week's problem set tomorrow, then start it that night. I knew it would take me the entire week to complete the work and that I'd spend a lot of that time searching for math tutorial videos for help.

One of my favorite parts of the work I do now is making cheat sheets for tricky math topics that students can use to help them with their work. I remember how stressed I'd get about my problem sets. Then I imagine my students who feel that stress now.

This post is a collection of free printable math cheat sheets for tricky math topics for students to use. They can either be given to students for their math notebooks or enlarged to make anchor charts.

**UPDATE:**I'm slowly adding

**videos to go along with each math cheat sheet**to be shown in class when there is a sub or assigned to students at home. Here is a link to my YouTube channel:

The math cheat sheets linked in this post are nice for students to put into their notebooks, enlarged to be math anchor charts for a classroom and to send to students via email as they work on their math online.

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I've also been adding to my Google math activities library to support online learning. My hope is that the cheat sheets in this post, the videos I am adding to YouTube and the digital math activities I've been creating, will help support both in-person and online learning and teaching.

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Math word walls are my #1 scaffold for making math accessible to all students, and I have written a lot about the reasons why. But the math cheat sheets in this post follow pretty closely. Students can slip them into their binders for help during independent work. The sheets can also be enlarged to make classroom reference posters.

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Below are links to the math cheat sheets on my blog. Clicking on the photos will bring you to their posts where the sheets can be downloaded for free.

## Math Cheat Sheets

Standard Form Quadratics |

vertex form quadratics |

complex solutions in quadratics |

Graphing radical functions |

graphing log functions |

graphing exponential functions |

long division algorithm |

multiplication algorithm |

language of math poster |

integers graphic organizer |

polynomial long division |

synthetic division |

solving equations graphic organizer |

graphing polynomials |

income tax 1040 form |

exponential functions flowchart |

graphing factored form quadratics |

graphing absolute value functions |

quadratic keywords |

parallel lines cut by a transversal |

graphing rational functions |

projectile motion |

Conceptual understanding is important and we all want all kids to get there. Until they do, some kids need help.

To me, math is not about memorization; it's about confidence, perseverance and knowing how to access information. Cheat sheets help eliminate road blocks to that information.

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Math cheat sheets and math word walls, especially those showing the vocabulary in context, are supports that I have found help reach those students needing a little extra support.

Help. I can't find the math cheat sheets...I keep circling around. I'd really like to see them.

ReplyDeleteIf you click on the blue "MATH CHEAT SHEETS" in this post you will be taken to all of my posts with math cheat sheets in them.

DeleteThat is a lot of clicking. Wow! You sure have a lot of stuff!! Super Job!

ReplyDeleteThank you Marilyn! I hope you have a great year!

DeleteI'd like a copy of the integer operations cheat sheet, but can't figure out how to download it. Help!

ReplyDeleteIt's listed on Teachers pay Teachers as "Integers Graphic Organizer", but there are a lot of them so I am happy to email it to you. My email is shana@scaffoldedmath.com. And I apologize for just getting back to you now... Blogger's comment notifaction emails have been broken (just learned that today!)

DeleteWould love to see a graphing a linear and/or proportional relationship cheat sheet.

ReplyDeleteThank you Michelle! I hope to create one by mid September. It will be linked here.

DeleteI don't se any blue link to the math cheat sheets, can you help?

ReplyDeleteHi Marty, thank you for your comment. For any of the sheets you see in the post, just click on its picture (avoiding the Pinterest icon) and you’ll be taken to its post.

DeleteThese are wonderful! Thank you!

ReplyDeleteMy pleasure! I hope you are having a great school year!

DeleteHey. You so many AMAZING things on this site, but I'm having a little trouble downloading the PDF version of all these pictures. Could maybe help me out a little, please?

ReplyDeleteHi Nazeeya, if you click on one of the images, it will bring you to a post where you can download the sheet for free. If you are having trouble, please send me an email and I can help.

DeleteHey. Thank you so much. I should have looked harder. So sorry for all the hassle. Thank you again:)

DeleteNo apology needed:) I hope you are having a great year.

DeleteDo you have any Quick Checks or Cheat Sheets on transformations of quadratics? I really liked how your Exponential Function Quick Check has it where they are comparing between the parent function and the function they are given; and your Graphing Exponential/Log Functions sheet shows them how it was transformed from the parent. Thanks for all the Freebies, they are great references/notes/exit tickets/posters for students!

ReplyDeleteHi Courtney! I do have cheat sheets for quadratics. The setup is a little different as they are older. In this post is a link to the ones we'd use in class (cheat sheet link in blue):

ReplyDeletehttps://www.scaffoldedmath.com/2020/01/how-to-graph-vertex-form-quadratic-functions.html