## Engaging Algebra and Geometry Activities for High School Students.

### Featured MATH POSTS

## Need some effortless strategies to include engaging algebra and geometry activities for high school students? We’ve got you covered. Our blog post provides actionable tips for you to implement in your classroom right away.

## No mess. No Fuss. All effective teaching.

## Teach More, Grade Less: How to Use Math Mazes in Algebra and Geometry Class

Grading piles and piles of papers is the WORST. You think you’ve got some reprieve after a major algebra or geometry test… and then BAM. It’s a new unit, and you need to do loads of other tests and quizzes to ensure kids understand what you’re teaching them, which means even more endless grading. And…

## 3 Ways to Use Scavenger Hunts in Math Class

Math class is usually the class that students complain about the most, isn’t it? It’s deflating sometimes. We try so hard, and yet the kids simply don’t care about the beautiful nature of numerical patterns (gasp! How DARE they??). So let’s flip the script. Harnessing Curiosity and Exploration Want to give your students the kind…

## 3 Coloring Activities for Algebra and Geometry to Incorporate Creativity

You never want it to happen, but it happens anyway. The light dims in the eyes of our artists whenever they walk into their unfortunately mandatory math class. And it doesn’t even always mean that they’re terrible at math! In fact, many of my artists were phenomenal at geometry and algebra. But it also doesn’t…

## How to Connect Algebra to Real Life: a Gold Rush Exploration Activity

You hear the whining during algebra class all the time.“When will we use this?” And you, as a lover of all things mathematics, kind of want to scream sometimes. Because you and I both know that no matter how abstract, all math concepts have practical applications to them. Even imaginary numbers, impractical as they sound,…

## 2 Above Average Activities for Teaching Mean, Median, and Mode in High School

Their palms are sweaty. Knees weak, arms are heavy. Except there’s no mom’s spaghetti vomit on your students’ sweaters already (insert a hat-tip to Eminem). Only calculators on hand, adding up their grades so they can figure out their average in your class that term. It’s a real stomach-churning moment. What your students don’t realize…

## How to Keep Students Laughing (at you) with these Algebra Jokes and Riddles Resources!

I remember it all too well. I would stand by the door. Close my eyes. Take a deep breath. Straighten my back to hide the nerves in my stomach. And walk into the room to teach my Algebra class. Don’t get me wrong – I love math. It’s the one language that makes any sense…