### If you are a Math Teacher, these apps can help make your life easier and liven up your lessons.

#### Scanner Pro:

Snap a photo of a worksheet, handwritten notes, images, etc, and Scanner Pro will turn it into a pdf document for you; the perfect format to send to students by email or filesharing.

#### My Script Calculator:

Just write your calculations onto the touchscreen of your phone and My Script Calculator will interpret your handwritten calculations and provide an answer just like a traditional calculator would without having to use buttons.

Add this app into your marking schedule to save you hours of time. Create multichoice cards and scan your students' responses to get an instant grade.

#### Mind Vector:

For you or your students to create mind maps. Particularly useful for revision sessions.

#### Desmos:

A beautiful and sophisticated graphing app.

#### Kahoot!:

Build up a library of online quizzes that students love to compete with online in class. There are thousands you can access that have already been created by other teachers. Students can use their own phones if computer access is a problem.

#### Evernote:

Folder your documents, scan in notes, keep a task list, get reminders and generally organize your life!

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### A range of differentiated quadratic equations to be solved with the quadratic formula and arranged as a puzzle.

An engaging way to have your students practice using the quadratic formula.

#### A few of my other resources you may like:

Multiplying Binomials by expanding brackets Bingo! activity

Back to school first lesson warm-up math game

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### Multiplying Monomials (Free Exponents Puzzle Activity)

Multiplying Exponents code breaker Activity FREEBIE

Make finding the product of monomial exponent expressions fun with this code-breaker game. Students are asked to multiply out the 15 monomials to crack the code! Ideal as homework or as a quick review activity.

The code is random to avoid your students attempting to guess a riddle rather than 'do the math'!
Make it more engaging by offering a small reward for the first student to crack the code. This makes a great spiral review activity

https://tentorsmath.com/multiplying-monomials-codebreaker-activity/

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### Simplifying Ratios Code-Breaker Activity

This codebreaker is one of my ratio activities.

Make simplifying ratios fun with this code-breaker game where students are asked to simplify 15 two and three-part ratios to crack a code! Ideal as a bell-ringer or review activity. Much more fun for your students than simply completing a simplifying ratios worksheet.

The code is random to avoid your students attempting to guess a riddle rather than 'do the math'!

Make it more engaging by offering a small reward for the first student to crack the code. This makes a great spiral review activity.

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## Subtracting Fractions Game (FREE)

Fraction Subtraction!

This free subtracting fractions game can be played by up to 36 students in your classroom.

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## GCF & LCM codebreaker puzzle - FREEBIE

Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple (GCF & LCM) Activity FREEBIE

Make using find the GCF and LCM fun with this code-breaker game. Students are asked to find the GCF or LCM of two or three numbers. Ideal as a bellringer or quick review activity.

The code is random to avoid your students attempting to guess a riddle rather than 'do the math'!
Make it more engaging by offering a small reward for the first student to crack the code. This makes a great spiral review activity.

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## October and Halloween Quiz Game

An October Quiz that is suitable for a wide age range (years 6 to 12).

A bingo game with general knowledge quiz questions on facts about October. Great for form or tutor time.

For this activity, questions are projected on the board. You can change the order of these if you want.

Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students.

Alternatively, there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.

If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student who crosses off all nine numbers and calls out 'bingo!' is the winner. (For a speed version it can be the first to get a row or column). Usually, there is a small prize for the winner.

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Simplifying Radicals Code Breaker Activity - FREE

Make simplifying radicals fun with this code-breaker game. Students are asked to simplify radicals to solve a code. Ideal as a bellringer or quick review activity.
The code is random to avoid your students attempting to guess a riddle rather than 'do the math'!
Make it more engaging by offering a small reward for the first student to crack the code. This makes a great spiral review activity.

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## Multiplying Exponents Code-Breaker Activity

Multiplying Exponents Code Breaker Activity
Make exponents fun with this code-breaker game where students are asked to simplify the products of exponents to solve a code. Ideal as a bellringer or quick review activity.
The code is random to avoid your students attempting to guess a riddle rather than 'do the math'!
Make it more engaging by offering a small reward for the first student to crack the code. This makes a great spiral review activity.

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## Recurring Fractions to Decimals Bingo! game - FREE

A free low prep bingo game where students can practice converting recurring decimals to fractions while participating in an engaging activity.

This is a great way to engage students in a spiral review activity; students love the pace and competition of the activity.

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## Law of Cosines Free Bingo Activity

Law of Cosines Bingo! game

A low prep activity where students engage in a bingo game to solve for missing sides and angles in this cosine law geometry activity.

Questions are projected on the board using the included PowerPoint. You can change the order of these if you want.

This is a great way to engage students in a spiral review activity; students love the pace and competition of the activity. The game comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students.

Alternatively, there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.

If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student who crosses off all nine numbers and calls out 'bingo!' is the winner. (For a speed version it can be the first to get a row or column). Usually, there is a small prize for the winner.

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## Pythagorean Theorem Bingo Activity

A low prep bingo game where students use Pythagoras' theorem to calculate missing sides in triangles and problem solve with compound shapes.

This is a great way to engage students in a spiral review activity; students love the pace and competition of the activity.

It comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively, there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.

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