This trimester, I am teaching Algebra 2 along with Algebra 1. We started the trimester graphing cubic and quartic polynomials. One of the things I'm trying to work on is having the students get up out of their seats more. So I asked myself, "How can I have them graph at the board without them wasting their time making their own grids or having their graphs look like a disaster?" Then it hit me!: Laminated huge graph paper grids! The students can use dry-erase markers to graph and can easily wipe their graphs away!

I printed 28 pages of grid paper and laminated them so I would have 7 graph stations:

Great idea! I love how you have 7 stations for groups to show work.

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