Ready Set Go! You can effectively teach all your students algebra topics from integers to equations, and everything in between.

And you can do it without constant reviewing and feeling frustrated that they are not retaining the information.

Truth Is...

Math, especially once you hit middle school, can be very abstract. Unless you build a strong foundation with concrete teaching, students will struggle.  Students need hands on materials to make sense of math.  Manipulatives help build a strong foundation which is essential for your students success in mathematics.  

I know how it feels...after two years of teaching middle school math I was struggling to help my students retain the information...especially the algebra topics. I knew I needed to make a change in the way I was teaching, but I wasn't sure what to do. Fast forward to some Algebra tiles, intense learning on my part and another year of trial - and -error, and I finally found something that worked.  


The academy where you will learn exactly how to teach 10 ALGEBRA TOPICS with ALGEBRA TILES and most importantly, HOW to implement them in your classroom.  

If you didn't catch it took me a YEAR of trial-and-error of using algebra tiles in my classroom to realize what worked and what didn't work.  

You must also learn HOW to use the algebra tiles tiles in your classroom. In Algebra Tiles Academy you will learn a tried-and-true 4-step strategy I implemented in my classroom to see great success.

Are you ready to get started?

You can start today! Master algebra tiles and see your students succeed this year.

You see, I know my strategies were successful because...

  • I wasn't having to reteach and reteach
  • Test scores went up
  • Students were allowed to move at their own pace
  • Students felt successful. 
  • Most Importantly...I was able to reach ALL my students.

The thing is... Unless you use concrete materials to teach math and build a strong foundation you will be constantly reteaching.  Algebra tiles increase sensory input and help you reach ALL your students.

  • Use of manipulatives increases sensory input
  • Students make sense of the math rather than memorizing algorithms with no meaning
  • Better able to reach all-learners


Videos include many examples with problems ranging in difficulty. Also includes instructions on how to clearly teach these concepts to your students. 

After completing Algebra Tiles Academy you will...

  • Understand how to teach 10 Algebra topics with algebra tiles

  • Have the tools to implement a 4-step strategy in your classroom with Algebra Tiles

  • Be equipped with 4 worksheets each for adding and subtracting integers and solving equations ready to use in your classroom

  • Have a worksheet template to quickly make worksheets that supplement using algebra tiles in your classroom

Now is the Time to Learn

Learn now and avoid all the trial-and-error of learning how to teach algebra topics.

What's in the Course?

  • 1.5 Hours of video content
  • 12 algebra tiles videos
  • Videos on the 4-step strategy to implement in your classroom.
  • Printable module summaries
  • Life-time access


Check out these BONUSES

  • Adding & Subtracting Integers Worksheets ($10 Value)
  • Solving Equations Worksheets ($10 Value)
  • Worksheet Template ($10 Value)
  • Printable Algebra Tiles ($10 Value)
  • Printable Algebra Tiles Mats ($10 Value)

Value: $117


Meet Michelle

Hi, my name is Michelle, and I love mathematics. I hope that my enthusiasm for the subject shows in my products and course.

I received a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Utah. I then continued my education to become a certified teacher. I also have taken various masters classes about math pedagogy including topics such as developing a growth mindset in the math classroom, the common core and connecting topics throughout the grade levels, team-teaching with a special-education teacher, and modeling with mathematics.

I taught middle school mathematics for six years. In addition to my regular classes, I also taught remediation math and honors math. I set up my classroom curriculum  for students to use higher-order thinking skills on a daily basis. I currently am a math curriculum designer, creating materials to help students make sense of math.