MPJ’s Ultimate Math Lessons contains over 100 classroomtested projects and ideas for teachers of Algebra, PreAlgebra and Geometry. (Check out our Free Lesson Handouts for examples.)
This amazing resource is now available digitally as a PDF ebook for instant downloading and easier printing and portability.
With nearly 300 pages, it contains:
 80 innovative lessons and activities
 Printable student handouts and answer keys
 27 thoughtprovoking articles
 Indoor and outdoor activities
 Large and smallscale projects
 Classroom games and competitions for chapter reviews
 Lessons indexed by topic
Browse the Table of Contents or the Index of Topics to see some of the great stuff inside MPJ’s Ultimate Math Lessons to learn more.
“A resource written by teachers for teachers! I was able to see where the projects would fit our curriculum plan and was able to implement them immediately.” — Teri Califf, Mendez Fundamental School, Santa Ana, CA
Plus: Purchase of the MPJ’s Ultimate Math Lessons grants you lifetime access to our Members’ Page which contains lesson plans and answer keys to all lessons produced since our last edition. In addition to all the great lesson in the ebook, you will also be able to teach with some of MPJ’s most awesome and popular lesson:

 Mission to Mars (applications of Quadratics)
 Tubicopter (graphing piecewise functions)
 Freaky Friends (writing and graphing equations of circles)
 Hippity Hoppity (writing and solving linear equations)
 House Painter (adding, subtracting and multiplying polynomials)
Empower your teaching with ALL of MPJ’s lessons plans and answer keys for only $14.99!
“I have used the Wallflower lesson and for the first time my kids understand negative numbers!!!” — Gail Kos, Harbour School, Annapolis, MD
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I bought the journal years ago and would like to access to the members page. If I send a picture of me with the journal, could I have the access?
Suzanne,
Send an email address to journal@mathprojects.com. We will take care of you from there.
A digital copy of the book was purchased for me at a workshop (OKAT ~ Oklahoma Algebraic Thinking) that I attended last summer. Could I get access to the member page?