- Operations with Radicals Question Stack
- Evaluating Expressions Question Stack
- Function Auction - Updated Version
- Function Auction - Original Version
- Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Sorting Cards
- Evaluating Functions War
- Best Line of Best Fit Contest
- Password Game to Review Vocabulary
- Coordinate Plane Geoboards
- Cutting and Pasting to Combine Like Terms
- Slope Dude Says
- Drawing Boxes for Domain and Range
- Cat Themed Percentage Task Cards
- Fraction Operations Question Stack
- Remediating Integer Operations
- Integer Operations Flash Cards
- Four Fours Activity
- Rolling Dice for Point Slope Form
- Different Forms of Linear Functions Flyswatter Game
- Stacking Cups and Standing on Furniture
- Linear Equation of the Day
- Place Your Bets Review Game
- Fabulous Function Machines
- Probability Bingo
- Flyswatter Game
- My Classroom Has Been Taken Over By Flies
- Relations, Functions, and Dating Advice
- An Algebraic Oath
- Scattergories Style Describing Graphs Game
- Literal Equations Scavenger Hunt
- Beat the School Activity
- Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Activity
- Forms of Linear Equations Flyswatter Game
- Slope Practice
- Four Types of Slope Pictures
- Reviewing Square Roots Activity
- Review Auction Game for Solving Equations
- Snowball Fight
- Teaching the Distributive Property
- Teaching Integer Operations with the Integer Operations Work Mat

Foldables and Interactive Notebook Pages

- Solving Equations Using Inverse Operations Foldable
- Solving Absolute Value Equations
- Introducing Compound Inequalities
- One Variable Inequalities
- Distributive Property and Combining Like Terms
- Simplifying Radicals and Rationalizing the Denominator
- Drawing Lines Strategy
- Translating Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities
- Bar Graphs, Stem-and-Leaf Graphs, Box-and-Whisker Plots, and Circle Graphs
- Solving Word Problems with Ratios and Proportions
- Solving Equations with Variables on One Side of Equal Sign
- Reviewing the Distributive Property
- Graphing Ordered Pairs
- Using Equations to Solve Word Problems
- Converting Units Interactive Notebook Page
- Translating Words Into Symbols Coloring Sheet
- Fraction Review Foldable
- Student Made Foldables 2014-2015
- Unit 1 INB Pages 2014-2015
- Unit 2 INB Pages 2014-2015
- Finding and Interpreting Slope INB Pages
- Student Created Slope Pages
- Unit 1 INB Pages 2013-2014
- Unit 6 INB Pages 2013-2014
- Oil and Natural Gas Production Profit Lesson
- HOYVUX (Updated Version)
- HOYVUX Foldable (Original Version)
- X- and Y-Intercept INB Pages
- Introduction to Relations and Functions
- Parts of an Expression and Translating Expressions
- One Variable Inequalities INB Pages
- Solving Equations INB Pages
- Polynomials and Factoring INB Pages
- Book of Exponent Rules
- Algebra 1 Student Made Foldables
- Parts of a Radical Graphic Organizer
- Graphing Linear Inequalities
- Absolute Value Foldables
- Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Foldable
- Point Slope Form Foldable
- Standard Form of a Linear Equation
- Graphing Using Slope-Intercept Form
- Functions, Relations, and Slope INB Pages
- Y=MX+B Foldable
- Multi-step Equations and Inequalities
- Factoring Flowchart
- Slope Foldable (Updated Version)
- Slope Foldable (Original Version)
- Week 1 INB Pictures
- Order of Operations Foldable and Graphic Organizer

Posters

- Area vs. Perimeter Classroom Display
- HOYVUX Posters
- Fractions Containing Zero Posters
- Math Symbol Posters
- WWSDS - What Would Slope Dude Say?
- Algebra Aerobic Stick Figure Posters

SBG Skill Lists

Thank you so much, Sarah. I have followed you for some time, and you are the reason I started using INB in my adult education classes. This will help me find what I am looking for much less time.

ReplyDeleteYou are very welcome!

DeleteBy any chance, do you have the homework and assessments that you use on your site somewhere? Your resources have been a tremendous help for setting up my INBs. Thank you for being so generous!

ReplyDeleteI don't actually give homework. Assessments aren't posted on my blog since I reuse some of them from year to year. Thanks for reading my blog!

DeleteHi Sarah

ReplyDeleteThank you so much for all of your insights and postings. Instituted INB for both my 8th grade Algebra 1 and 7th grade pre-Algebra classes this year and could not have done it without your help!

I want to switch to SBG next year for my Grade 8 Algebra 1 classes and I have a couple of questions. How often do you give quizzes and generally, how many questions? I've done some reading and both frequency and length seem to vary. My big fear is being able to truly assess based on one or two problems covering the concept. Additionally, many proponents of SBG have a 4 point rubric which delves into Mastery, proficiency, developing, beginner.

How do you assess if a student can "take it to the next level" or can only do basic problems?

Thanks in advance!

RJ