Tired of that worksheet?

It’s late the night before school and you still don’t have a good practice activity for your kids… those Kuta software or Infinite Algebra worksheets are sure looking tempting right now, huh…

That kind of repetitive practice is important, once students have solidified their conceptual knowledge, but we also know in most classrooms they get used to often, and we can all (teacher and students) slip into a quicksand of boredom. And that kind of practice certainly doesn’t build good habits of mathematical practice.

No fear! Here’s a great example of how you can reframe a boring old worksheet and make it into an activity that gets students thinking at a higher level.

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