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This product is highly engaging for students while making practice on arithmetic sequences. They will figure out the relationship between linear functions and arithmetic sequences. By using coloring activity, they will be encouraged to complete the worksheet and color the funny picture. This activit

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Students will practice identifying whether a sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither, as well as identify the common difference and/or common ratio. An optional idea that you can do is to ask your students to determine the nth term for each arithmetic or geometric sequence, but that is not req

Students will enjoy coloring arithmetic and geometric sequence monster. This activity is great for reviewing arithmetic and geometric sequences.
I have more geometric and arithmetic sequences resources.
Click on this link for the arithmetic and geometric scramble puzzle. Click on this link for t

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Engage your learners and review Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences topics with this fun coloring activity. Students will need to identify both types of sequences as well as "neither" items.Allow your students to gain deeper understanding of ARITHMETIC and GEOMETRIC SEQUENCES. This would be a grea

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Also included in: NUMBER SENSE BUNDLE Differentiated Activities

Follow us on TPT and get ALL NEW RESOURCES FOR $1 for the first 24 hours!12 Problems 3 Finding the Recursive Formula9 Finding the Explicit Formula and finding the value of the 20th termAll items are in Powerpoint, PDF and .DOC format for your convenience! KEY is includedFollow us on Instagram! @You_

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Looking for an engaging activity to practice arithmetic and geometric sequences? Students will love these mystery pictures as they solve problems with geometric and arithmetic sequences. Includes two puzzles: one for geometric sequences and one for arithmetic sequences. Students will color a grid ac

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Also included in: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Notes and Activities

Free up some time with this arithmetic and geometric sequences guided notes and activities bundle. In these guided notes students will define arithmetic and geometric sequences and analyze the common difference and the common ratio. Students will use the explicit and recursive formulas. Students wil

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✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Determining whether a given set of number represents an Arithmetic Sequence, Geometric Sequence, or Neither". Students will work with:☑ Integers☑ Fractions, and☑ Decimals Students will focus only and only on recognizing t

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences

✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the nth term of a given Arithmetic Sequence". The first 4 terms of the Arithmetic Sequence are given and students would need to use their "skills" in finding:☑ Next Term, or ☑ Specific Term of the sequenceStudents

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences

Looking for an engaging activity to practice arithmetic and geometric sequences? Students will love these mystery pictures as they solve problems with geometric and arithmetic sequences. The printable and digital versions are perfect for in-class or distance learning. Includes two puzzles: one for g

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✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the Missing Terms of an Arithmetic Sequence". There are 5 different models illustrated in this activity and students have to utilize the information given to find the missing term(s). In this activity students wi

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences

✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the Missing Terms of Arithmetic & Geometric Sequence". There are 6 different models illustrated in this activity and students have to utilize the information given to find the missing term(s). In this activit

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences

✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the Explicit Formula of an Arithmetic Sequence". There are 4 different models illustrated in this activity and students have to utilize the information given to find the Explicit Formula. In this activity student

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences

I'm not sure about your kids but I know my upperclassman still love to color! They can't wait to get their hands on a coloring page even if they have to do math first!
Included are 8 problems (problems do get more rigorous with real world problems of arithmetic and geometric variety) that will help

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If your students are anything like mine, they love to color! Combining math practice with coloring never fails to engage them. This resource requires students to solve 7 arithmetic sequence problems to determine what colors to use in their artwork. Problems are scaffolded, starting easier and increa

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This is your one stop shop for teaching arithmetic sequences! Included are the following 5 resources.Guided NotesCut and Sort - Students will sort sequences by whether or not they are arithmetic.Worksheet Trio - Identifying Arithmetic Sequences, Writing and Using Explicit Formulas and Word ProblemsC

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✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the Recursive Formula of an Arithmetic Sequence". In this activity students will be given:☑ A List of terms of an Arithmetic SequenceStudents should feel comfortable with:☑ The Recursive Formula of an Arithmetic S

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences

Ralphy the rabbit gets his friend Gerald the Gerbil, to come out an play on a sunny day while they count 100 in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Portuguese, and Arabic in the clouds while dancing with all of their friends! Come along and check out our first NUMBEROCK song for grades K-1!
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Check out: How to Color an Emoji Digitally? Right HERE✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the Missing Terms of an Arithmetic Sequence". There are 5 different models illustrated in this activity and students have to utilize the information given to fi

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In this fun and quick activity, have students do the following:
1. Identify if the patern is arithmetic or geometric.
2. Find the missing number in the pattern.
3. Write the recursive pattern.
4. Write the explicit pattern.
5. Color the answer sheet according to their answers.

Check out: How to Color an Emoji Digitally? Right HERE✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the Explicit Formula of an Arithmetic Sequence". There are 4 different models illustrated in this activity and students have to utilize the information given to

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Check out: How to Color an Emoji Digitally? Right HERE✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the Recursive Formula of an Arithmetic Sequence".This is a BLENDED Activity where a hard copy (which is available at my store here) of the activity is also incl

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✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING This resource is a great packet for:❤ Homework ❤❤ Review any time during the year ❤❤ use with substitute teachers ❤❤ use during winter/spring break ❤❤ reteaching the concepts ❤❤ early finishers ❤This bundle includes a total of 10 Emojis. Each

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This worksheet has students practicing the use of two arithmetic formulas. Students will need to know the formula to find a specific term in an arithmetic sequence: an = a1 + (n – 1)d and the formula to find the sum of a sequence: Sn = n(a1 + an)/2. By finding the sum for each series students will b

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