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We have combined 8 of our fun and motivating math centers for you into one value-packed bundle.
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Make Sweet 20 – Add...

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Instead of giving students the unit circle to memorize, it’ll be more meaningful for your students to see how the unit circle comes about and w...

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I Have, Who Has is a popular game used to review skills. This set of 27 cards provides review and drill for the laws of logarithms. The packet ...

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This lesson is designed to help students approximate definite integrals using Left, Right, and Midpoint Riemann sums as well as the Trapezoidal r...

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A job supervisor assigns the task of presenting the best analysis of the 'boxing' potential for a 16"x20" piece of cardboard.
This performance...

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Here's an awesomely fun Calculus Review Foldable (R) that you can use from the beginning of the year to the end-year BLITZ! Whether you teach Ea...

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Students have difficulty picturing solids that are created on a region. This activity has students build 7 different solids on the same base. A...

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This is a bingo game designed to review material from first semester Calculus AB. The questions cover such topics as limits, derivatives, equati...

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This is a matching activity that supports integration by substitution in a calculus course. It is especially suitable for an AP AB Calculus cours...

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This is a Halloween themed puzzle that will review first quarter problems.
There are 18 review problems that cover topics such as limits, deriva...

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A project that combines the concepts of continuity and differentiation and applies it to a real world situation. The students must first use both...

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Need an activity to liven up your Calculus class? The Chain Rule 500 Maze is for you! This activity is great for small groups or individual pract...

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This activity is intended to help students bridge the gap between the graphing of rational functions encountered in Algebra 2 and the level of an...

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Five page assignment asks students to analyze the graphs of polynomial functions and determine where the first and second derivatives are positiv...

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A $th of July Math inspired unit for pre-K and Kindergarten. It includes simple addiction facts, number recognition, counting.

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In this Board Session students will…
-get some exponent and trig practice
-find derivatives
-find derivatives implicitly
-apply derivatives to ...

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In this handout, the procedures for finding the equation of tangent and normal lines to a curve at given points are listed. Sample AP Calculus ex...

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In this bundled set you will find all you need to prepare your AP Calculus students for a better understanding of LIMITS & CONTINUITY.
The f...

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Have fun reviewing finding derivatives and integrals with your students with this Bingo game. Give your students the problems to solve together a...

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Students cut out an match the limits of several functions including limits that go to infinity.

This is a bundle of all of my calculus activities, worksheets, games and notes that I made and used during 2013. This bundle does not include an...

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This activity will lead students in understanding the concept of limits through discovering it using geometric concept of inscribed polygon in th...

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Students will complete a degree to radian chart, write the ratios of the six trig functions, complete a unit circle (in radians), and find trig r...

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This activity / worksheet serves as a good introduction to the relationship between secant lines and tangent lines. Students explore this relati...

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Just like the original Challenge 24 or 24 Game, but for Calculus! There is a total of 24 cards: 8 one dot, 8 two dot, and 8 three dot cards. T...

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It's easy sticks to teach how count (plus and minus), like 1+2. Counting till ten.

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Believe it or not, even middle and high school students love to color!
In this worksheet, students will solve 5 polynomial equations by using sy...

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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activit...

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Math for everyone. One page is for one lesson. So you can use it about 2 weeks (10 lessons).

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