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# Arithmetic with Polynomials

Just the term 'polynomials' can strike terror in the most seasoned teacher. This collection provides a number of excellent resources for teaching arithmetic with polynomials.
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Arithmetic with Polynomials
• ## Algebra Basics: What Are Polynomials?

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Tracy Pinkard says:
Math Antics has created an engaging video introducing polynomials and related concepts. The explanations are thorough and supported by clear examples. This video is definitely worth bookmarking because it is an excellent refresher for teachers, but also appropriate for instructional purposes.
• Tracy Pinkard says:
This is a "go-to" resource for activities related to polynomials. From instructional resources, to single and multi player games, this website created by Henrico County Public Schools is amazing!
• Tracy Pinkard says:
Coolmath.com really hits this mark with this introduction to polynomials. Well-organized and engaging, the color-coding and detailed example explanations make this resource perfect for independent student review and scaffolding, as well as a refresher for teachers.
• Tracy Pinkard says:
Worksheets! Activities! Quizzes! Oh, my! The SoftSchools has created an amazing list of instructional tools for teaching arithmetic with polynomials. If you don't bookmark any other polynomial resource, make sure you bookmark this one! While the activities are great for students to complete independently, the additional resources are perfect for small group instruction and review.
• Tracy Pinkard says:
I love this introductory lesson plan on operations with polynomials. It is standards-based, detailed, and comprehensive. The additional resources included, along with the suggestions for accommodations and extensions make this an excellent resource!
• Tracy Pinkard says:
This list of video tutorials compiled by Sophia.org is amazing. Great for individual student review, whole or small group instruction, each video is easy-to-follow and standards-based. Additionally, the brief quiz that is included can easily be used as a formative assessment
• Tracy Pinkard says:
Math Is Fun Advanced provides an excellent overview of polynomial operations with this resource. I especially like that several interactive examples are included along with sample problems for practice. This is an excellent resource to use for scaffolding learning or for review.
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