Friday, September 24, 2021

AP Calculus AB - The Derivative Test

Derivative Test


1. The Power Rule

2. The Product Rule

3. The Chain Rule

4. The Quotient Rule

5. Implicit Differentiation

6. Word Problem - The Ladder Problem leaning against a wall

Detailed Answer Key Included

Copyright © 2020
Don Sabado, Author
Mr D Math Class


FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Agree or Disagree? {OPINION mini-signs for class discussions}”

by Stacey Lloyd
6th - 12th Grade

Want a fun way to start discussions and get students thinking and engaging in your class?

I keep these mini placard-type sicks in a pot in my classroom and hand out to students whenever I want to facilitate a class discussion.

Ideas for use:
- At any point during a novel unit, to generate opinions on themes, plot or characters.
- At the start of an opinion-writing piece to generate ideas and thoughts.
- As an impromptu conversation/speaking lesson.
- Before analysing a poem, in response to statements related to the poem.
- Many other opportunities!

All you need are these, some sticks, glue and some controversial or debatable statements to get students engaging and sharing their opinions!

Why I really love using these:
Often in class, if I ask a question, it is often the same few students who really engage with the topic and give their opinions. When I use these, every single student has to have an opinion and then reveal it and be able to defend it! Plus, it means that instantly we can all look around the classroom and get an immediate sense of the general consensus!

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Thursday, September 23, 2021

FREE MISC. LESSON - “Witch I can draw I can write Halloween fun pack”

by KinderKay
Pre-Kindergarten - 1st Grade

Children follow the step by step directions for drawing a witch.
When they are finished, they write about their picture.
Word wall word cards are included to aid in spelling.
2 styles of writing paper are included.

This can be put in a literacy center or used as an enrichment activity for those students who finish their work early and need something fun and educational to do!
It also can be used as a directed drawing lesson in a large or small group setting.
A cover page is included if you would like to bind the pages together and use as a class book.

This witch is a sample of the characters that are included in my FALL FUN packet. If your students enjoy creating this witch, check out the packet for more fall fun drawing and writing!

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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

AP Calculus AB - Indefinite Integrals Worksheet - U-Substitution, Partial Fractions


1. 12 problem worksheet on Indefinite Integrals

  • U-substitution
  • Partial Fraction

2. Detailed Answer Key to all problems

3. Terms of Use Page

Copyright @2021

Don Sabado, Author

Mr. D Math Class


FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Fall Speech Therapy Open Ended Cupcake Game”

by Mrs H's Speech Therapy Room
2nd - 8th Grade

These adorable fall cupcakes make any activity more fun. Use them to add a game element to any of your therapy sessions. Here are just some of my ideas:

Memory : Make 1 copy of each page on cardstock and laminate. Cut apart and enjoy

Matching : Make one copy of each page on cardstock, cut the page so that the middle 2 columns remain attached and the other 12 pictures are cut out individually. Place individual cards upside down in the center of the table and give each of 2 players a game board. Each player selects a card and sees if it matches their board. If not, put it back and mix into the pile.

Requesting: Cut pages as described above. Give students the page with 6 pictures and have them use descriptions to request the cupcakes they need for their boards.

Describing: Hold up either 1 or 2 cards and have students either describe the single cupcake or compare and contrast 2 cupcakes.

Please leave some feedback with your ideas!!!

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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Wednesday Weekly 5 under $5 - 9/22/2021


Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5.  With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!

In addition, if you're a seller on Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT) who would like to get more information about joining TBOTEMC, contact me via email at or simply by leaving a comment on this blog post.

Sentence Patterns Grammar Worksheets for Halloween | Printable | Google | Easel - $4.00

by Charlene Tess
9th - 12 grades
Handouts, Printables

Good writers vary their sentence patterns by sometimes placing phrases or clauses at the beginning of their sentences. The twenty Halloween - themed sentences in this exercise all begin with the subject and the verb.

by Primarily Learning
K-1st grades
Homeschool Curricula, Activities, Games

Have you ever played Sight Word Go Fish? 13 sight words x 4 of each word = a deck of 52 cards! Read the Sight Words in your hand. Find 4 of a kind. What a great way to learn words needed to write a story or words that are difficult to sound out! Create a Bingo Game!

Collective Nouns Crossword Puzzles - $2.49

by Reading Spotlight
7th - 12th grades
Worksheets, Fun Stuff

Effective, motivating and easy to use, this set of two collective noun crossword puzzles provides a unique way to improve grammar and vocabulary –great for homework, seatwork, and/or learning centers.

ABC Order Short Vowel Word Families - $4.50

By Mickey's Place
K - 2nd grades
Activities, Assessment, Literacy Center Ideas

Looking for a fun way to practice alphabetical order using short vowel word families?  This format using trains will provide practice for your students. The trains are put in ABC order by their first letter.  It contains four sets of eight groups of word cars.  All sets increase in difficulty, from arranging three cars in a group to sorting six word cars into a group. 

Harvest CVC Words Boom Card Bundle - 3.00

By Tammy's Toolbox
K - 2nd grades
Games, Literacy Center Ideas

These interactive Digital Boom Card™ decks are great fall harvest and Thanksgiving activities to practice CVC words. Great for distance learning. Students uncover the answer to a turkey and pumpkin riddle by choosing the missing letter sound in a CVC word. Sound is included to strengthen phonemic awareness. This bundle includes two Boom Card Decks. Missing letters include initial consonant, medial short vowels, and final consonant sounds.

As always, I encourage comments and any ideas or suggestions by emailing me at

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FREE MATH LESSON - “Halloween Addition and Subtraction Word Problems”

by Teacher Addict
3rd - 4th Grade

This is one page with six different word problems on it pertaining to Halloween.

This could be utilized different ways, but I was envisioning cutting them out and putting them at a math center. I also thought about having the students cut them out, glue each into their math journal and then solve and write about how they solved the problem underneath it. They could be given one each morning for about a week.

I also included the same page in black-and-white and one without pictures in case you want students to show their work on that piece of paper.


I have other season-related math task cards. If you are interested, click below:

Fall Addition and Subtraction Task Cards

Winter Task Cards

Spring Task Cards

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