Remote Teaching Algebra Resources

It's hard to believe we're all here, being forced into homeschooling algebra or developing algebra lessons that can be taught from home. Students are suddenly tasked with distance learning on Google Apps that may have never used before. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it all and wondering how I ever took normal life for granted. But here we are! Homeschooling our kids math (or in my case "homeschooling" since mine is in K) or creating digital algebra lessons for remote teaching on platforms like Google Classroom or Zoom that we may have never used before.

It's hard to believe we're all here, being forced into homeschooling or developing algebra lessons that can be taught from home. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it all and wondering how I ever took normal life for granted. 

But here we are! Homeschooling our kids (or in my case "homeschooling" since mine is in K and kindergarten teachers are magicians and I have no idea how they do what they do) or creating digital lessons on platforms we may have never used before. 

So between virtual trips to the zoo and online art lessons for my own little one, I'll be adding to my digital math library. I already have a YouTube station, math cheat sheets and dome digital templates, so I will link them here:

It's hard to believe we're all here, being forced into homeschooling algebra or developing algebra lessons that can be taught from home. Students are suddenly tasked with distance learning on Google Apps that may have never used before. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it all and wondering how I ever took normal life for granted. But here we are! Homeschooling our kids math (or in my case "homeschooling" since mine is in K) or creating digital algebra lessons for remote teaching on platforms like Google Classroom or Zoom that we may have never used before.

1: YouTube

I'd love it if you took a second to subscribe to my YouTube station. On it are quick Algebra teaching videos that go along with the math cheat sheets I have here on my blog. 



2: Math cheat sheets

These are the cheat sheets that go along with the videos above. They are more print-at-home than digital, but don't take too much paper. They are each 1-sheet and good references for students learning Algebra and Algebra 2. All of my math cheat sheets are linked here:



3: Digital math templates:

In the last few days I have made a couple Google templates that can be sent to students to keep their graphing sharp.

It's hard to believe we're all here, being forced into homeschooling algebra or developing algebra lessons that can be taught from home. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it all and wondering how I ever took normal life for granted. But here we are! Homeschooling our kids math (or in my case "homeschooling" since mine is in K) or creating digital algebra lessons for remote teaching on platforms like Google Classroom or Zoom that we may have never used before.

a: This algebra 1 Google template

Teacher: You can fill in either the table, the equation or drag the arrow on the right to make a graph. You can then send the template to students to complete the rest.

Parent: If you have a teen at home in algebra, they can practice with the template to keep their linear equations sharp.

Get this template: Algebra 1 Google Template


It's hard to believe we're all here, being forced into homeschooling algebra or developing algebra lessons that can be taught from home. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it all and wondering how I ever took normal life for granted. But here we are! Homeschooling our kids math (or in my case "homeschooling" since mine is in K) or creating digital algebra lessons for remote teaching on platforms like Google Classroom or Zoom that we may have never used before.

b: This algebra 2 Google template

Teacher: You can add a function to the function box (bottom right) and send to students to practice creating tables, finding domain and range, etc. The graph (where it says "no data" now) will auto-generate from points entered in the table.

There is an infinity symbol in the top right of the sheet that can be copied and pasted for domain and range. 

Parent: If you have an algebra 2 student at home, this Google form is a way for them to keep their graphing skills sharp, which is most of algebra 2. Making tables from equations is a skill that comes in handy in whatever math class students find themselves in. 

Get this template: Algebra 2 Google Template



What else? 

◾ I am currently adding resources to my GOOGLE math section

self-checking partner scavenger hunt activities now will have Google Slides versions included
partner scavenger hunts GOOGLE update

◾ I have updated all of my partner scavenger hunt math activities to include digital Google Slides versions for distance learning. There are a bunch for algebra like this partner scavenger hunt for systems of equations. Partner scavenger hunts are self-checking, even as printables and can be used for partners or as individual student work.


Solve 'n Check math tasks GOOGLE update

 I have updated all of my Solve 'n Check math tasks to work in Google Forms. Solve 'n Check math tasks are also self-checking even in printable form.


I have a growing section of digital algebra task cards, like these for quadratic word problems.
Quadratic Word Problems Task Cards GOOGLE update

◾ I have a growing section of digital algebra activities.


◾ Here is a link to my YouTube channel: Scaffolded Math YouTube


I hope you stay healthy and safe. I will add to this post as I find more links to share.


-Shana
Scaffolded Math and Science
 

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