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***NOW FORMATTED for DIGITAL USE during distance learning!Looking for a new creative idea to teach the unit circle to your high school trig students that combines math with art in ready to display poster form? When you purchase, click DOWNLOAD to get the original 16 page static PDF document that inc

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Interactive Notebook must have for Algebra, Trig, PreCalculus or any secondary math!! Innovative, Fun, and a Time Saver for all Math classes 6 - 12+. Easily print graphs on Post It Brand® or any brand sticky notes. My students love these! What's Included: - Master template for 3” x 3” Post It ® o

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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 respon

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Also included in: Calculus Weekly Review Throwback Thursdays Bundle

This Calculus Derivatives Color by Number works so well in class but can also be sent home for Distance Learning. Even big kids love coloring. This fun, engaging activity includes sixteen review questions on derivatives before the chain rule. The power rule, product rule, quotient rules, trig func

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Also included in: Calculus Derivatives Bundle of Fun | Distance Learning

Calculus Derivative at a Point
This is a game that students can use to practice finding the value of the derivative at a given point.
Students choose a letter of the alphabet. They work the problem given. Then they check the answer blanks. If that answer is in one of the answer blanks, they fil

About this resourceThis color by number worksheet will encourage students to build and strengthen their knowledge of adding and subtracting decimals whilst having fun in the classroom. A great resource to use as a review, quick assessment, homework task, or something for your students to do after a

If you like group activities, here's a fun RELATED RATES SORT & MATCH ACTIVITY. This Sort & Match Activity is designed for AP Calculus AB students. The concepts will help your students work through the rules for setting up problems, implicit differentiation with respect to time, (including C

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Also included in: AP Calculus Curriculum 1st Semester Bundle

This fun activity is designed for College Calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, BC, or Honors Calculus. It makes a great review. The Topics include Limits, Derivatives, Integration, Applications, Random, and Famous. I included Round 1 and a Final Jeopardy Question. It took just under a 50 minute class perio

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Also included in: Calculus Bundle of 15 Activities and Resources

This fun activity is designed for first semester Calculus. Students, as sophisticated as they believe they are, still love playing dots and boxes. This is the game where players (2-3) take turns drawing lines to close or capture a box. In this Calculus version, each box has a function in it. When

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Also included in: Calculus Bundle of 15 Activities and Resources

Calculus Limits Task Cards
This is a set of 12 task cards that will help students practice finding the limit.
These are 12 basic limit problems found at the beginning of the calculus course. None of the problems involve infinity.
I have included a worksheet that students can use to record their

In this super secret number puzzle, students work with the chain rule. Students need to know how to find the derivative using the chain rule, how to find the equation of a tangent line, and how to use a chart to find the derivative using the chain rule.
Students find the answers to each of the ten

Also included in: Calculus Super Secret Number Puzzles Bundle

Your students will love this Derivative Review Maze. It is a great end of topic review for Derivatives or as a review for the AP Exam. This fun product is designed for AP Calculus AB, BC, Honors Calculus, and College Calculus 1.Students find the derivative of a function and then find the slope of

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Also included in: Calculus Derivatives Bundle of Fun | Distance Learning

I use scavenger hunts to review a lot of different subjects in all my classes. This one reviews finding inverse trig functions by hand. (no calculators are used) Most use the angles of special right triangles, but some require that the students draw a triangle and use Pythagorean Theorem to find t

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Derivatives Using the Chain Rule Stations Maze Activity
In this activity, students will find derivatives using the chain rule. A few of the problems also require students to use the product rule and the quotient rule. Answers are given in simplified form. There are 10 stations. Make sure these

Also included in: HUGE Math Stations Maze Bundle

You can have a little fun for Halloween with these Zombie Edition Derivatives Task Cards. The deck of 20 task cards covers all the basic derivative rules, including power rule, product and quotient rules, chain rule, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. There are also questions re

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Also included in: Calculus Differentiation - Part 2 Activities and Assessments (Unit 3)

Calculus Curve SketchingThis activity is intended to help students practice identifying the graph of the derivative of a function from the original graph and the original graph from the derivative of a function.Each student is given either an equation, the graph of the original function, or the grap

This Calculus Definite Integration Fun Maze with u-substitution will engage your students while giving them well needed practice. This topic is found in the Integration / Area Unit, usually in Unit 4, for College Calculus 1 or Unit 6 - Integration and Accumulation of Change for AP Calculus AB and

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Also included in: Calculus Integration Bundle of Fun | Distance Learning

Calculus - Engage your students and keep them on their toes!This is one of my best teaching ideas!! 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 a

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Also included in: Calculus Weekly Review Throwback Thursdays Bundle

What Calculus student doesn’t need practice with Integration by u -Substitution?This unique, fun resource includes 9 integration problems to be solved by u-substitution. Some of the problems have hints to help students get started. The transcendental functions included are sine, cosine, and cot. No

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Also included in: Calculus Integration Bundle of Fun | Distance Learning

This Derivatives Color by Number, Version 2 works so well in class, but can also be sent home for Distance Learning.If you liked Derivatives Color by Number Version 1, you will love this one, too. This fun, engaging activity includes 14 questions on derivatives after the chain rule. Problems includ

Also included in: Calculus Derivatives Bundle of Fun | Distance Learning

This is a Halloween themed puzzle that will review first quarter problems.There are 18 review problems that cover topics such as limits, derivatives, equations of tangent lines, related rates, and implicit differentiation.A funny Halloween joke is included that the students fill in as they figure ou

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Calculus Task Cards Derivative RulesThis packet includes 16 task cards. Each card contains a function that students should be able to find the derivative of. A "proposed" derivative is included. Students are expected to find the error in the proposed solution and then correct the mistake.The 16 ca

Also included in: Calculus Bundle (2015 - 2016) Limits, Derivatives, Integrals

In this engaging activity students find the limits analytically of up to 20 functions functions. Each solution leads to the next problem as they work around a fun maze. Limits do not include trig functions or other transcendentals or limits as x approaches infinity. There are polynomials, rationa

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Also included in: Calculus Limits and Continuity Unit 1 Bundle