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

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

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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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Add some excitement to your Calculus class with the Antiderivative Scavenger Hunt! Your students will work in pairs to complete 20 antiderivative...

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Here's a FUN FREEBIE to get your Calculus students thinking graphically about the definition of a tangent line. You might like to use this befor...

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

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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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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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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If you've ever player Phase 10 this is similar, but it involves Calculus. This is a great review game before the AP test, or after the AP test. ...

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Calculus Increasing decreasing Maximum and Minimum Activity.

"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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