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With one download, you can have 33 circuits to use with your precal / trig / advanced algebra students throughout the year. This bundle includes a variety of topics from trig identities to asymptotes. Please download a free circuit and do it for yourself to see how the format works. The answers a

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All algebra teachers wish their students were better at factoring. Your students will get great practice with this essential skill as they work through these 10 circuits. In each circuit, the problems become progressively more difficult so it is great for differentiated instruction. To advance in

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These 30 circuit training cards increase general fitness. They are suitable for any grade in high school; some may be suitable for middle school. There is a variety in upper body, lower body and core exercises as well as cardio activities. Each card can be printed, placed in a page protector, or lam

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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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Are you interested in getting a six-pack of calculus circuits for a reduced price? This starter set has many popular circuits that are for sale individually. Separately they would be $25 but you can get all six of them for $18. Please copy and paste the link to read each product description (and

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

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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 oppo

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Your trigonometry students will love this self-checking circuit which requires them to refer to the unit circle. Aids in memorizing the unit circle. 32 questions total. May be used cooperatively, as homework, or even as a quiz! May be converted to a scavenger hunt. Great for ACT / SAT review.

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Are you interested in getting SEVEN algebra circuits for a reduced price? This mixed review set has many popular circuits that are for sale individually. Separately they would be $19.50 but you can get all seven of them for $14.50. Please copy and paste each link to read about each product (and to m

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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

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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! In order to advance in the circuit, students must search for their answer (sometimes it is dy/dx evaluated at a specified point, sometimes it is just dy/dx). These 16 questions are progressive in nature and so it could even be used as g

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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

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Use these Fitness Stations Circuit Training Posters to build physical and health literacy. This skills-based health resource features eight stations. Each poster has a photo progression of the activity as well as a written description. If you found this product useful, check out Printable Exercise

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I wrote this 16-question circuit as an and of the year review for students who can't tell the difference between average value, average rate of change and Mean Value Theorem. Some problems are straight-forward, some are contextual, and all functions from polynomial to trig to square root and exponen

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, squa

Engage your students with the circuit format! This 14-question circuit asks students to draw triangles based on given information, and asks them to find a missing side or angle. All cases are included: AAS, ASA, SSS, SAS, and even SSA and AAA. There are also two word problems towards the end. T

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This 48-question circuit is perfect to help review for an end of year algebra one exam, or to use as a back-to-school refresher for algebra two. The problems can all be worked without a calculator, but this does not make them easy! I have based the questions on PARCC and CCSS items. The questions

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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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Give your algebra students engaging practice with the circuit format! This set of 20 questions is great practice with solving literal equations (i.e. expressing x in the formula y = mx + b in terms of y, m, and b). The formulas get progressively more difficult from one step to two step to multi-st

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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This circuit has 12 word problems which start easy and build from there. Expect to see the farmer problem and the open-top box problem... To advance in the circuit, students must find their answer, and with that answer is a new problem.

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 ensur

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When students complete this circuit, they will have written equations for 16 lines given all different kids of information from slope and y-intercept to two points, to a story, to a table, to parallel and perpendicular. My students love the circuit format because it forces them to hunt for their a

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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! Students will need to use technology (graphing calculator, on-line software) to calculate regression equations to advance in the circuit. At first students will be told what kind of regression, but towards the end of the circuit student

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Your students will love working these right triangle trig problems in the self-checking circuit format. The 20 problems start easy and build in complexity. Students are expected to do these problems without a calculator (all answers are simplified square roots). Perfect for a geometry class, alge

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