Beach or mountains? Cats or dogs? You may have seen “this or that” on social media…in this Google Form, it combines with Algebra for a unique and engaging activity!
The power rule and the product rule of exponents in Algebra is an important and often difficult skill for learners…here’s a chance for your teen to do a fun activity while developing a better understanding of exponent rules.
Ready to use–no prep work for you means more time for your family.
When you purchase this activity, you’ll receive a PDF download that includes all of the following…
- a link to the Google Form activity itself
- a guide to how the Google Form will score your learner, with a grade conversion chart already done for you
- a guide for customizing the form settings if you want to do so (it’s ready to use as-is)
- a worksheet if you’d like your teen to use it to work out the problems
- an answer key to all 20 problems
Mary Kennedy, the face behind Algebra Student, loves working with students who struggle with high school math and don’t believe they can do it.
With a Master's degree in Learning Disabilities, she’s taught Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 and has more than 20 years of teaching experience.
She helps parents and teens connect their learning to critical thinking skills (such as reasoning, analysis, and perseverance) and growth mindset (“I haven’t learned this YET.”). Mrs. Kennedy strives to make math concepts accessible to struggling learners.
Mary is a Christ follower, and aims to honor Him through this verse: “Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.” (Colossians 3:23)
She does life in a tiny tourist town with her husband and their three grown-and-almost-flown kids (when they’re home from college!).
Don’t let math continue to disrupt your family’s life…find out more at algebrastudent.com.