I spent part of an evening googling for resources. I thought I should share my findings with you guys as well. Have you used Always, Sometimes, or Never? to review other concepts? Please leave a comment!

Algebraic Properties

Angles

Area and Perimeter

Equations

Evaluating Expressions

Fractions

Geometry

Linear Equations and Inequalities

Maxima/Minima

Measures of Central Tendency

Miscellaneous

Negatives

Number Sense

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Points, Lines, and Planes

Quadrilaterals

Rational and Irrational Numbers

Similarity

Transformations

Trig

Thank you for all of these awesome links! I will definitely be bookmarking this page.

ReplyDeleteI have an always, sometimes, never on quadrilaterals here: https://crazymathteacherlady.wordpress.com/2013/11/20/always-sometimes-never/

Tracy Zager also has a collection of always, sometimes, never on her book's awesome companion site here (scroll to the bottom):

http://sites.stenhouse.com/becomingmathteacher/chapter-10/

I have always, never, and sometimes with graphs of Quadratic Functions. It really makes students think beyond a choice of A, B, C and D

ReplyDeleteI love always,sometimes, never!

ReplyDeleteI used a resource I found on TES and changed it into a Desmos activity for arithmetic sequences here: https://teacher.desmos.com/activitybuilder/custom/58c5f0da348d1905ef658496

Thanks for sharing, Becky!

DeleteA/S/N with systems of equations.... If two equations have the same slope, the system has no solution. If two equations have the same slope and y-intercept, the system has many solutions. If two equations have the same y-intercept, there is one solution.... etc.

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