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Back to School with the coolest Calculus and PreCalculus resource! Now Updated for 2021-2022! Nothing else like it! This is a must-have for AP Calculus (AB and BC) teachers or any Calculus teacher, high school, dual enrollment, or college and is great for PreCalculus educators also. {This makes a great gift for students going off to college, print, punch holes, and put in a binder, tie a ribbon and you are a hero.} In this unique bundle you will find every resource handout you could ever want
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
AP Calculus AB MEGA Bundle:This resource is a complete set of Guided Notes with lesson video links, homework, daily content quizzes and editable assessments for your AP Calculus students. There are eight units aligned to AP College Board® CED Binder that cover the content with rigor needed to prepare your students for the AP Exam.NOTE: If you DO NOT NEED the SMART Board® Notes feature please check out my AP Calculus AB BIG Bundle Curriculum (No SMART Board).What is included in each daily lesson?
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
This Unit Circle Project is the perfect way to teach the unit circle to your high school math students in a fun creative way. Not only will students walk away with a better understanding of special right triangles and angle relationships after completing the unit circle project, but you'll also be able to decorate your classroom with their artistic ideas. Your administrators and parents will love seeing the artistic aspect of this unit circle math project. Instead of giving students the unit cir
Calculus Weekly ReviewHow many times do your calculus students make algebra mistakes? How many times do you think to yourself – they understand the calculus concepts, but keep messing up the algebra?This is a collection of 15 worksheets that will help students review key algebra and trigonometry concepts. I give my students one of these worksheets on Monday and it is due on Friday every week throughout first semester. Each worksheet is a homework grade worth 10 points. (Most pages have 10 pr
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11th - 12th

Also included in: Calculus AB AP Review Bundle

AP Calculus Target Practice Bundle:As we approach the AP Calculus AB Exam, many students need a topical approach to the types of questions they will be asked to complete on the AP Exam. In this packet, you will find the following concepts for students to “aim for success.”Know Your LimitsThis Seems So Derivative To MeHow Extrema Can You Get?Extrema AppliedImplicitly Derived, No Problem!Connecting F, F’, and F’’ TogetherWho Is Riemann, What Does He Sum?I Am Anti-Derivatives!Are You Differential A
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
18 Parent Functions - Graphic Organizers:• Linear• Absolute Value• Quadratic• Greatest Integer• Cubic• Reciprocal• Square Root• Cube Root• Exponential • Logarithmic• Natural Logarithm• Logistic• Sine• Cosine• Tangent• Cotangent• Secant• Cosecant• AND a blank one!The graphic organizers include domain, range, continuity, symmetry, local maxima and minima, periods, asymptotes, intervals of increase and decrease, end behavior, x and y-intercepts, a table of points, and a graph.UPDATE: Now includes a
This set of 20 questions will help your students take notes on the significant historical, scientific, and mathematical events in the movie Hidden Figures. There are easily 20 more questions that can be asked, I just happened to focus on these. You might give your students the assignment to come up with three questions of their own that aren't included in these 20, and have them provide the answers as well. If you notice any inaccuracies and / or inconsistencies, please email me at virginia.co
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6th - 12th
Calculus AB exit ticketsIn this packet you will find approximately 75 questions that I use as “quick check” problems.I find that my calculus students can keep up with the material fairly well and do well on individual tests and quizzes. However, as soon as that quiz is over, they forget! So, I created this set of materials that I use the last 5 minutes of class on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.Each page tests one type of question. I assign each of these questions 5 points. I give the stud
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11th - 12th
AP Calculus AB BIG Bundle:This resource is a complete set of Guided Notes with lesson video links, homework, daily content quizzes and editable assessments for your AP Calculus students. There are eight units aligned to AP College Board® CED Binder that cover the content with rigor needed to prepare your students for the AP Exam.NOTE: If you NEED the SMART Board® Notes feature please check out my AP CALCULUS AB MEGA Bundle Curriculum. What is included in each daily lesson?⭐ Guided Student Notes⭐
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
Calculus Limits & Continuity for AP Calculus AB MEGA Bundle with Video Lessons:This Calculus AB-MEGA Bundle of guided notes and video lessons, homework, daily content quizzes, mid-unit and end-unit assessments, AP-Style assessments, review assignments, and cooperative activities covers the topics for LIMITS & CONTINUITY. The unit includes eight lessons which are presented to students using guided (scaffolded) notes. The video lessons offer you the added opportunity to Flip Your Class or
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
THIS IS AN UPDATE THAT NOW HAS A COMPLETE ANSWER KEY! Thank you for your patience over the past year as I have had to redo this collection after a technological disaster. Are you frustrated by traditional textbooks? I sure am!! I do not issue my students a traditional textbook anymore in any of my classes. This book is a collection of daily lessons that are student-centered in nature, homework, quizzes, and exams that I use to teach my AP* Calculus AB course. Many people have asked me for th
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10th - 12th
One of my best teaching ideas!! Students Love it. Designed for Calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, or Calculus Honors.My schedule and classes are not conducive for daily warm-ups, but............, big but here, my students really need to understand that they are taking college level courses and are responsible for all they have learned. They cannot get an A or a B in a prereq course, or even last month's test, and then forget it. College teachers do not reteach material. Students need to take great n
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
This packet will contain homework assignments for Calculus. These homework assignments will have one type of problem on each page.There will be somewhere between 4 and 10 problems per page. There will always be a QR Code on each page that students can use to scan and then check their work. Some of the QR Codes lead to simple numerical answers which can be scanned without going to the internet. However, some of the QR Codes do lead to a website which will show complete solutions in correct m
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11th - 12th
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Calculus Problem of the Day This is a bundle of all of my Calculus Problems of the Day. The file contains a pdf of all of the questions. Each month contains 20 questions. There are 160 questions in this package. See the link for each individual month to see an expanded preview for that month. These problems review topics that are traditionally taught during Calculus AB. (limits, finding a derivative, chain rule, derivatives of trig functions, position, velocity, acceleration, related r
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11th - 12th
Riemann Sums "doodle notes" - When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity: - new learning - relaxation (less math anxiety) - visual connections - better memory & retention of the content! Students fill in the sheets, answer the questions, and color, doodle or embellish. Then, they can use it as a study guide later on. Content includes: - finding Right Riemann Sum
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12th, Higher Education
Calculus Weekly Review Second Semester Each worksheet contains 10 questions that help keep all topics covered in Calculus AB fresh in students’ minds. I give my students one of these worksheets on Monday and it is due on Friday. I count each sheet as 10 points toward their homework grade. These are basic questions designed to help students remember all of the topics. Topics covered are things such as: finding derivatives, writing equations of tangent lines, limits, optimization problems, r
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11th - 12th

Also included in: Calculus AB AP Review Bundle

This MEGA BUNDLE contains 64 calculus circuits. The chapters are as follows with the number of circuits in each chapter:Precalculus Review (5)Limits (3)Derivatives (11)Applications of Derivatives (9)Integrals and Antiderivatives (13)Differential Equations & Applications of the Integral (9)Cal 1 Review & Mixed Topics (8)Additional Topics (6)What in the world is a mathematical circuit? It is a series of exercises, carefully strung together to maximize one’s time practicing. This bundle re
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11th - 12th, Higher Education
Food Two Step Word Problem Unit--Task Cards, Scoot, Worksheets, & Assessments Common Core Aligned 3.OA.8 This packet was designed to teach/review two step word problems and is geared for grades 2-4. All activities in this packet can be easily adapted to fit a variety of learning styles and classroom needs. I hope you and your students enjoy these activities! This Packet Includes: - 12 task cards - 32 problem SCOOT game - Signs on how to solve two step word problems - Graphic organizers - 4
Differentiation - Basic Derivative AB MEGA Bundle:This Calculus AB-MEGA Bundle of guided notes and video lessons, homework, daily content quizzes, mid-unit and end-unit assessments, AP-Style assessments, review assignments, and cooperative activities covers the topics for DIFFERENTIATION - Basic Derivatives. The unit includes seven lessons which are presented to students using guided (scaffolded) notes. The video lessons offer you the added opportunity to Flip Your Class or provide distance lear
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
This 36-question circuit will keep your students engaged as they prepare for their final assessment. Problems come from both the differential and integral calculus and involve everything from applications to symbolic manipulation. All functions are represented (trig, exponential, logarithmic, square root), and many different representations from tabular data to equations. There are three questions about limits. The first 24 questions do not require a graphing calculator, but the remaining tw
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11th - 12th
These 24 problems are great to use with your calculus students within the first few days of the school year. Reviews everything from asymptotes to domain and range, logs to sine and cosine. Worked in are calculus ideas such as limits, tangent lines and average rate of change. The intention is to work all of these without technology to build your students' fluency and wean them off of their calculators. The circuit format allows your students to work semi-independently since they hunt for the
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11th - 12th, Higher Education
Derivatives & Second Derivatives - Graphing Concepts:This activity requires students to match up the graph of a function with the graphs of its 1st and 2nd derivative. This will help students to visually compare graphs and see how slopes at different points transfer to the graph of the derivative.The activity does not require differentiation, just the understanding of what a derivative means in terms of the graph. Students cut out 10 squares with the f'(x) and f''(x) graphs mixed up. They
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11th - 12th, Higher Education
Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This 12-question circuit contains all of the traditional related rates problems -- ladder sliding down a wall, growing conical salt pile, deflating balloon, plus a few extras such as a profit function and Charlie Brown flying a kite. To advance in the circuit, students must hunt for their answer and then that becomes the next problem. There is no trig on this circuit so it could definitely be used in a college business calculus clas
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11th - 12th, Higher Education
I wrote this circuit because as we move into the chain rule, my students still don't have fluency with the product and quotient rules (boo!). So, this circuit really plays on functions that seem structurally similar but are very different... y = x^2 + cosx vs y = x^2cosx. Or, y = cos (x^2) as opposed to y = (cos x)^2 (of course without parentheses). Students begin in the first cell and find either the first or second derivative (as specified) to advance in the circuit. The students then sea
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11th - 12th, Higher Education

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