Everyone can use a little something FREE sometime!

Check out these 10 Freebies from me and some of my best Secondary Math Friends. {Click on each picture in order to download that Freebie.}

1) This one is from my store Teaching High School Math. I believe that students should work on writing in math class to help the teacher to see if they understand the material. I have several writing activities in my store, but here is a free one for the beginning of the year in your geometry class. Student practice basic vocabulary. They are given several diagrams along with words and symbols that must be used used to describe the diagrams in a paragraph. Great for formative assessment!

2) This one is from my friend Jean Adams at Flamingo Math. If you teach calculus, you might be using some things from her calculus curriculum! This would be a great first day activity for Calculus, PreCalculus, or Algebra 2 (there are 3 options!). It really sets the tone that your class will be one in which students work :)

3) This is from Hayley at Activity After Math. She's a math teacher, but this activity could be used in a lot of different classes. I love the idea of practicing coordinate graphing by graphing the United States! And...she has EVERY INDIVIDUAL STATE in her store...but this graph of the United States is a FREEBIE!

4) I know all of you Algebra Teachers get this question all the time...why do we have to flip the inequality sign when dividing by a negative?? Well Julie at Secondary Math Solutions will help you answer this question in this Discovery Activity.

6) Here's another skill that students need to practice a lot with - Literal Equations. Combine that with a Connect Four game = FUN! This is from Audrey at Math by the Mountain.

7) Need something to review vocabulary before the big test? Check out this Algebra Vocabulary Review from Rachael at Rise Over Run. It contains 36 vocabulary words. Six different game suggestions are included, or come up with your own!

8) Next up are some fun notes about Quadratic Functions. These are in comic book style - what could be more fun than that? Students can color them in or add their own doodles. These are from Joan Kessler.

9) Here's another geometry activity for when you get to right triangles. A graphic organizer that students can use to help remember the 3 basic trig ratios. In addition, there are practice problems included...BOOM...an entire lesson done! This is from Mel at Secondary Math Shop.

10) And, finally, back to a second Freebie from me! This one is a great one for allowing your students to practice working with Similar Triangles. It also incorporates Technology as students use their device to check their answers using QR Codes (check out my post on using QR Codes Using QR Codes in Math Class ).

I hope you have found something you can use in your classroom!