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Math Chutes and Ladders

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Posted 10/1/2008 6:47 PM (#2165)
Subject: Math Chutes and Ladders

Posts: 108
Location: Henry Clay
I ran across this idea online the other day. The cards for this one are for reviewing solving quadratic equations. You could easily make more sets of cards for whatever activity you wanted. I printed out color copies of the chutes and ladders game board at home, pasted onto cardstock and then had them laminated in the library. The kids pick a card, roll a die (which determines what method they use to solve the equation), solve the equation and then move their chip. My Alg 3 kids enjoyed themselves!!


Attachments chutesladders.gif (278KB - 420 downloads)
Attachments Quadratic Chutes and Ladders Rules.docx (10KB - 299 downloads)
Attachments Quadratic Equation Cards.doc (80KB - 314 downloads)
Posted 10/22/2008 8:36 AM (#2210 - in reply to #2165)
Subject: RE: Math Chutes and Ladders

Posts: 45
Location: Eastside
What a great way to get the students involved without them even knowing it. I will use this in my Algebra II class. I think you could use this for systems of equations as well.
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