# High School Math

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### About this item Educational - Understanding angles is crucial to understanding geometry as a whole. This handy poster shows 9 basic angles in geometry (acute, right, obtuse, straight, reflex, adjacent, complementary, supplementary and vertical) with definitions and illustrations for each. It also has a handy sidebar that tells the definition of an angle, parts of an angle, and degrees A Must Have - Our educational math anchor chart is a must have for any middle school geometry class. Angles…

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### In this revised blog post, 8+ math games for the secondary math classroom are outlined. Middle school and high school teachers can stop by for a quick place to find fun, interactive games for their students. Some of these games include digital versions! Links to each game provide extensive information about how to play. Roundup post by Free to Discover.

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### I love finding first day of school math activities! These back to school activities are perfect for middle school or high school math.

Pam Strasser saved to Math

### Invisible Math is the best math classroom poster for 6th, 7th, or 8th grade math. If you are looking for math bulletin board ideas for back to school 2021, you have found what you are looking for!

Jillian Mundy saved to 6th grade Math

### This is the fifth installment in the Everything You Ever Wanted To Know about Using Exit Tickets in your Math Classroom blogging series. If you haven’t already, check out the first four posts and t…

Ashley Austin saved to Classroom

### Looking for ideas for decorating your high school math classroom? Not only do these decorating ideas lead to rich mathematical discussions, but they can be made easily and cheaply. Click to read more!

Amy Coderre saved to school

### Looking for a fun review activity for your high school math or middle school math class? Your students will love this one. They solve problems in order to choose a raffle number. At the end, the teacher selects a number at random. The student that selected that number is the winner. Students love it because they get to move around. Teachers love it because students are working together and even the slowest students can be winners. #mathgame #mathactivities #precalculus #calculus #algebra

### 25-page study guide for High school physics Covers the New York Regents curriculum Hand-written, original illustrations Digital PDF file Following topics covered: Vectors Forces Dynamics Kinematics Free Fall Projectile Motion Laws of Motion Friction Ramps & Inclines Circular Motion Gravity Momentum Collisions Springs Work, Power, & Energy Electric fields Electrostatics Currents Series circuits Parallel circuits Magnetism Waves Electromagnetic Spectrum Modern physics Atom models

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### Read the funniest math jokes that'll make parents, teachers, and students laugh. Adding humor can make learning math fun and enjoyable.

Kristin Mulholland saved to Grade 6 Math