So here are some of my Algebra 1 pages - again, these mostly aren't my idea. I'll post the link if I can, but some of them I've been using for too long to remember where they came from.
Finding the equation of a line review - this was a review in a day for Algebra 2, and on the unit review day for algebra 1.
This page is an example of how to incorporate examples in a non-traditional way. Organize the page differently, and voila! you have an ISN page that is much more student-friendly.
This is a glimpse of our function notation page - this coming semester I'm going to use stickers to reinforce the idea. I think if a student physically places a sticker over x, it will be a stronger connection for the idea of substitution.
Slope guy and the slope treasure hunt
For our five number summary, they had to space the numbers out evenly on a sentence strip - then we talked about the meaning of median/Q1/Q3. Having a paper folded into fourths enforced the idea of 4 sections, 5 separators. For whatever reason, I had students struggling with the idea of 5 numbers helping us organize 4 sections of numbers. It helped that the paper had 5 folds/edges to separate it into fourths.
Typical "notes" page - color to reinforce connections in the process.
We did an entire week of quadratic word problems - so as we worked, we cut and sorted these problems onto 3 pages.
Comparing LQE functions - inside was just characteristics and pictures/tables/examples
Fun with Functions worksheet - I've lost the link for this. If you've got it, comment below please!
We used a transparency sheet cut into fourths and dry erase markers to graph and slide a line over a taped-down grid. This was a great hands on activity!!
Midpoint and Endpoint notes
Systems of Inequalities notes