Strip Search- Work the problem out on construction paper or card stock and cut into strips. Put in a ziplock baggie. Have students put the strips in the correct order and take a picture. Mess the strips up and rotate desks so that they have a new problem and take a new picture. Make a collage of the pictures and turn in for an 'alternative' assessment or make a poster.

Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

Zombies & Graphing Lines sounds like fun! My 8th Grade Math & Algebra students would love this activity!

8 Unique Formats for Math Warm-Ups - Ideas, strategies, and resources from a few middle and high school math teachers: Combine a few of these for a well-rounded but consistent routine.

Linear equations sudoku

Algebra Equation Snowball Fight.

Sites that I can't do without as a math teacher (and what's so special about each one!) Links to virtual manipulatives, discovery-based lessons, free graphing software, question prompts, eBooks, and more.... Tons of resources for math teachers

DIY Turner Lift Top Coffee Table. Ofcourse, I would make it in a much more modern design. Just pinned this for the mechanical part :)

perimeter and area game; roll dice and race to cover the most board

Oh Christmas Tree: Slope Edition. This is a good tool to remember the different types of slope. I would have my students make these after we learned it in class as an activity to keep in their notebook.