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Ice Cream Finding Factors Game

This game will help students review finding factors for common products! Print, laminate, and cut out the cones and scoops of ice cream. All of the cones have products on them, students must match the correct factor ice cream scoops to each cone.
This activity includes:
- 12 ice cream cones label

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Math Before Calculus Weekly Review for Calculus AB

Calculus Weekly Review
How many times do your calculus students make algebra mistakes? How many times do you think to yourself â€“ 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

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Print Graphs on Sticky Notes - Post It Notes Templates

by Joan Kessler

Interactive Notebook must have!! Innovative, Fun, and a Time Saver for all Math classes 6 - 12+. Easily print graphs on Post It BrandÂ® or any brand sticky notes. My students love these!
Updated with two new templates. By popular request I have added two new templates with first

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Calculus AB Weekly Review Second Semester

Calculus Weekly Review Second Semester
Each worksheet contains 10 questions that help keep all topics covered in Calculus AB fresh in studentsâ€™ 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 a

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Riemann Sums Doodle Notes

by Math Giraffe

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 & retenti

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Identifying Graphs of First and Second Derivatives Activity

by Math Giraffe

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 derivat

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Circuit Training - Precal / Trig Review for (AP) Calculus NO CALCULATOR

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 w

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Calculus Derivative at a Point Hangman Game

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 fill

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Piecewise Defined Functions Task Cards HW

by Joan Kessler

Piecewise Defined Functions
This activity is designed for Algebra 2 or PreCalculus. Piecewise defined functions are always difficult for students and yet are so important, especially in Calculus. In this activity, students evaluate piecewise defined functions, graph piecewise defined functions

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Calculus AB AP - Christmas Bingo - Review for Semester Exam

This is a bingo game designed to review material from first semester Calculus AB. The questions cover such topics as limits, derivatives, equations of tangent lines, related rates, optimization, and curve sketching.
There are 24 questions given in this presentation.
Students are given 24 choices o

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Trigonometry Identities and Formulas Flip Books

by Joan Kessler

Trig Identities and Formulas Flip Books. Foldable, easy, and your students will love this.
Two great new resources for your Calculus and Trig students. This product includes two different foldable Flip Books.
The first is a small, handy Flip Book, 3 3/4" by 51/4"

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mini Times Tables

by Lita Lita

This is a quick math assessment, worksheet, a fun remember or just a times tables strip to take home.
There are two printing options:
Each table is printed onto a different sheet (5 students)
All tables are in two sheets (take-home or homeschooling)
Check out the times tables foldable:
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Calculus Derivatives Color by Number

by Joan Kessler

Calculus Derivatives Color by Number
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 functions, and e^x are included as are applications such as tangen

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Writing about Mathematics - Calculus - Limits and Continuity

This packet is part of my series: Writing about Mathematics â€“ Calculus. This particular activity is about limits and continuity.
I have found that in order for calculus students to really internalize all of the information they are being given, they must write about it themselves. Writing helps t

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Calculus AB Card Sort - Important Info to Memorize Before the AP Exam

Calculus Review
In this calculus card sort, I have chosen 32 things that I think students need to memorize to be successful on the Calculus AB AP Exam.
For example, students should memorize the derivatives and antiderivatives of the 6 trig functions; the formulas for volume of cone, cylinder, and

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Circuit Training - Limits and Continuity (Calculus)

Give your students great practice for their limits and continuity test with this 28-question review in the circuit format. To advance in the circuit, students must search for their answer, and when they find it, that becomes the next problem. This circuit covers limits of the indeterminant forms 0/

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Circuit Training - Related Rates (calculus)

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 a

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Calculus Introduction to Curve Sketching with Derivatives QR Task Cards

by Joan Kessler

Great introduction to Curve Sketching for your students applying what learned about the first and second derivatives. Great for visual learners.
This innovative activity is designed for Calculus 1, AP Calculus , and Calculus Honors. It is an introduction to Unit 3, Applications to the Derivative.

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Disk and Washer Radius Practice

For most students, the hardest part about finding the volume of a solid of revolution is identifying whether to use disks or washers* and what the radius/radii are. This set of 24 problems lets students focus on those two important aspects, with four sets of six related problems. Students are not a

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Calculus Limits Task Cards with and Without QR Codes

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 a

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Inverse Trig Functions Scavenger Hunt

by Vicki Hines

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 th

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Circuit Training - Precal / Trig for (AP) Calculus CALCULATOR

These 20 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 average rate of change vs instantaneous rate of change, all while ensuri

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Calculus: Limits and Continuity Sort & Match Activity

by Jean Adams

This is an activity with 32 cards meant for the beginning unit in Calculus AB, BC, or Calculus Honors. There are 8 graph cards that have matching Equation Cards, Limit Cards, and Description Cards to create a unique set. There is also a student recording sheet and a separate LAB ACTIVITY to answe

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Calculus AB Review Emergency Last Minute Night Before the Test Study Guide

Calculus Review
This is a set of 20 questions that I give to my students the night before the Calculus AB AP Exam. We have done practice tests, reviewed all the topics, and now I need ONE LAST THING to give them.
This set of questions is designed to give students 20 questions that they can use for

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Calculus Related Rates Practice Problems - Derivatives Application - No Prep

by Joan Kessler

Calculus Unit 2 - Related Rates Derivatives Application - No Prep.
This great handout contains excellent practice problems from the Related Rates unit in Calculus. This section usually occurs in Unit 2.
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*Four problems w

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Calculus: Related Rates Sort & Match Activity

by Jean Adams

If you like group activities, here's a fun RELATED RATES MATCH UP. Eight task cards contain a rate problem to be solved. Calculus students match the question card with the correct equation card and then the proper derivative card. For an extension to the activity, students state the unknowns and giv

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Calculus Area Between Curves Task Cards QR

by Joan Kessler

Calculus Activity. Area Between Curves Task Cards.
This set of 11 task cards is designed for AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Honors Calculus, and College Calculus 2 students. This topic is covered typically in the Applications of Integration Unit.
Problems utilizing both horizontal strips and v

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Circuit Training - Solving Differential Equations (Calculus)

Your students will stay engaged as they work to solve these separable differential equations in the circuit format. After finding the particular solution, students must hunt for the answer to a specific question about a given independent or dependent value for the particular solution. In this way i

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Circuit Training - f, f', and f'' (calculus)

Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This 16-question circuit asks students about increasing / decreasing, max/min, concavity and inflection points based on their analysis of the first and/or second derivatives. Progressive in nature, it includes quite a few polynomials, a

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I Have, Who Has Game with Logarithms

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 includes 3 sheets that hold the 27 cards,a rule/example sheet and a blank sheet if you want to add more problems. The free download is the rule/example she

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Writing about Math - Calculus - Curve Sketching

In this packet, you will find 5 worksheets that will help students analyze and write about functions and their derivatives.
In each worksheet I have given the students a graph and approximately 10 words that must be used in a paragraph about the given situation.
Worksheet #1: Students are asked to

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Circuit Training - Derivatives (Calculus)

This set of 24 problems (includes implicit differentiation, inverse trig functions, and transcendentals) in the self-checking format of a circuit will keep your calculus students engaged as they practice taking the derivative. The problems build in difficulty and students must search for their answe

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Circuit Training - Limits (calculus)

Your students will work every single one of these 24 limits problems because of the circuit format. To advance in the circuit, students must find their answers -- this element of self-check is essential! My students don't get up when the bell rings and they are working on a circuit! The problems a

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Calculus Continuity Foldable Activity Interactive Trifold

by Joan Kessler

Calculus Continuity Foldable Engaging Activity in Trifold format
This resource is designed for first semester Calculus students and is from Unit 2, Limits and Continuity. The trifold contains three activities in one, is paper friendly, and can be used in Interactive Notebooks if

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Trigonometry COMMON REFERENCE ANGLES â€“ TABLE OF VALUES

by Joan Kessler

Trigonometry: COMMON REFERENCE ANGLES â€“ TABLE OF VALUES Updated!!
This color-coded table helps students learn the basic trig values in both radians and degrees. Students can see patterns by way of the colors. It is an excellent reference sheet for Calculus students, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, and D

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Chain Rule 500 Maze Activity

by The Math Lab

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 practice. Students will get to test their knowledge of the Chain Rule by identifying their race car's path to the finish line. Students may only drive the path t

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AP Calculus Summer Work Packet

This is for teachers who want to assign summer work to students entering AP Calculus. The file includes six pages of questions about prerequisite skills for Calculus, separated by topic:
- "Super-basic" algebra skills
- Trigonometry
- Higher-level factoring
- Logarithms and exponential functions
- R

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Calculus Super Secret Number Puzzle Chain Rule

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

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Calculus Integration Fundamental Theorem Task Cards plus Handout

by Joan Kessler

Great activity reinforcing the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Task Cards really do work! They get the students engaged and keep them motivated to go through all of the problems, more so than a simple worksheet.
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Parent Functions - Graphic Organizers

18 Parent Functions - Graphic Organizers:
â€¢ Linear
â€¢ Absolute Value
â€¢ Quadratic
â€¢ Greatest Integer
â€¢ Cubic
â€¢ Reciprocal
â€¢ Square Root
â€¢ Cube Root
â€¢ Exponential
â€¢ Logarithmic
â€¢ Natural Logarithm
â€¢ Logistic
â€¢ Sine
â€¢ Cosine
â€¢ Tangent
â€¢ Cotangent
â€¢ Secant
â€¢ Cosecant
â€¢ AND a blank one!

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Calculus Derivatives Project: The Calculus Coaster

A project that combines the concepts of continuity and differentiation and applies it to a real world situation. The students must first use both continuity and differentiation to solve for multiple coefficients. They then use the coefficients they have solved for and their knowledge of derivatives t

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Rounding Cut and Paste Activity

by Pier 115

Practice rounding with this cut and paste activity.
These cut-and-paste pages could be used for morning work, classwork, homework or stations. Students will practice using place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest ten and hundred. Students simply cut out all the c

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Calculus Super Secret Number Puzzle Implicit Differentiation

In this super secret number puzzle, students will practice finding the derivative using implicit differentiation. Students need to know how to find the equation of the tangent line and the second derivative (using implicit differentiation).
Students find the answers to each of the eight questions

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Properties of Logs - Fun Worksheet

This activity requires NO PREP, student and teacher documents included.
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Check out the preview file
It is a riddle worksheet where students have an answer bank and they use that to solve a (slightly cheesy) joke. Kids like this activities because they make the math mean

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Circuit Training - Area Between Curves (Calculus)

Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This circuit features 16 area between curves calculus problems and I wrote it with the intention to not use technology. The problems build in difficulty and students must hunt for their answers within the circuit to advance in the circui

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Calculus Find My Match Curve Sketching Activity

Calculus Curve Sketching
This 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 g

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Volume of Solids with Known Cross-Sections Activity

In this pair / small group activity, students use Play-Doh and paper to create models of solids with known cross sections. (See product thumbnails for a sample creation.)
The file contains everything you need but the Play-Doh!
- Preparation instructions
- 16 problems involving cross-sections of var

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Finding The Derivative Color Worksheet #1

by Aric Thomas

Finding the derivative using the constant, product, sum and difference rules. 25 unique and well thought out problems that will provide further enrichment for Calculus students. The symmetrical coloring design helps students self check their answers and makes it easy for teachers to grade. Great f

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Graphing the Derivative of a Function: Inquiry Activity

by Math Giraffe

Graphs of Derivatives - Discovery:
This three-page worksheet will guide your students to graph the derivative of a function and make observations about the following concepts:
* The slope of a tangent line to a curve can be identified at various points and used to create the graph of the derivative

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Circuit Training -- Fundamental Theorem Of Calculus

Engage your students with this self-checking 12-question circuit! I wrote this circuit to help my students with the symbolic notation and easy (but my students don't think so!) computation of functions and their derivatives defined as definite integrals. Most of the problems require FTC Part I, but

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Limits Matching Activity with Continuity

Limits Match
Directions:
1. Cut out each graph below. Make a pile of graphs on your desk.
2. Cut out each statement below. Make a pile of statements on your desk.
3. Match each statement with the correct graph.
4. Fill in page 3 using complete sentences and mathematic vocabulary.
5. NOTE:

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Calculus Working with Limits Graphic Organizer and Worksheet

Calculus Limits
This is a set of a graphic organizer and worksheet that will help students practice working with limits algebraically.
I have my students cut out the graphic organizer and put it in the left hand side of their notebook. I then have them insert the worksheet on the right hand side o

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