Functions (2 parts)
Part 1: Define, evaluate, and compare functions
Math Payne- Great game to let students evaluate functions with a given number. Very fast paced though. More useable for your advanced students.
Equation Basketball- Great game for evaulating equations. There are multiple versions. You can work with additiion and subtraction, multiplication and division, one step, two step and many other types of games involving the same ideas.
Khan- Khan academy is a great site to hear another way of teaching the same concepts. Shows examples and works through problems.
Brainpop- Great animated lesson on graphing linear functions. Brainpop doesn't go into other functions, but this is good for linear.
Worksheets- Great site to help you come up with extra practice worksheets.
Part 2: Use functions to model relationships between quantities
Odd One Out- Great game to help work on rate of change within a linear function. You need to pick the situation that doesn't match the other 3.