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I use this activity in my Algebra 1 class at the end of the year to compare basic properties of the four types of functions covered throughout the course work before the End of Course State Assessment.
Throughout the school year the students have had to look at various representations of these fun

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This packet includes a PowerPoint, worksheet, activity, and project.
PowerPoint- reviews definition and how to determine function from a mapping or graph
Worksheet - given a word problem determine the graph, table, mapping, domain, range, and equation
Activity - match up a mapping with a graph, dom

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This is a matching activity. There are 32 cards... 8 equation cards, 8 verbal description (linear, quadratic, absolute value, not a function) cards, 8 graphs, and 8 tables. The objective is to get eight four-way matches.
I usually do this task cooperatively in randomized pairs in the first quar

These 32 task cards assess your students' understanding of functions as a table, a mapping diagram, and as a graph. The first set has two different tables and students must determine if the data set is a function or not. The second set gives the students a data set and asks them to draw the mapping

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This file contains 120 pages of function activities aligned with Common Core Standards 8.F.1, 8.F.2, 8.F.3, 8.F.4, and 8.F.5. The activities range from task cards that identify functions to a game where students match the equation with a graph and the correct y-intercept and slope. The focus of th

Literal Equations put the fun in Functions! 16 problems and one bonus problem for students learning how to solve equations for specific variables. For the low, low price of whatever it says over on the right there, you get:
-The 16 +1 problems riddle-sheet
-The same 16 problems in a regular sheet

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This print & play card game is great for extra practice recognizing functions. Game play is flexible and may only take about 10 minutes for a group of 2-3 students or it can take as long as 60 minutes for larger groups (6 or more) students.To be successful during game play, students must recogni

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Numbers search is a fantastic way to make mental maths fun. Just like a regular wordsearch puzzle but with numbers instead of letters.As an added twist, some of the numbers you need to look for must first be determined by solving a basic equation. There are different sizes of grids and equations for

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Included in the US Constitution Unit are 16 highly-engaging and Common Core focused lessons that introduce the failure of the Articles of Confederation, the creation of the US Constitution, how Laws are Created, the Bill of Rights, how the Electoral College functions, and much, much more. The US Con

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Also included in: American History Super Unit Version 1/6: (1590-1788) | 4 US History Units

A 9 day CCSS-Aligned Functions Unit includes identifying functions, comparing functions, analyzing functions, writing equations for functions from tables, graphs and ordered pairs, and describing functional relationships by analyzing a graph. Standards: 8.F.1, 8.F.2, 8.F.3, 8.F.4, 8.F.51. Unit Ove

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You have to teach about plants, but you don't even know where to begin. Don't even worry about it, because I've got you covered with this complete unit all about plants! You'll receive everything you need, including lesson plans, activities, interdisciplinary integration, and, of course, lots of fun

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Also included in: Exploring Everything Plants (BUNDLE)

Students match labels to pictures of the different parts of a plant and the different functions of a plant on two different cut and paste activities! Reinforce and assess their learning by using these fun cut-and-paste activities!
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1. Parts of a Plant Cut-and-Paste Sorting Activity

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Skeletal System mini-unit: Looking for skeletal system teaching resources? Look no further than this mini-unit! Your students will enjoy learning about the skeletal system with these fun, interactive activities! Teachers will love the low-prep printable activity pages! Product includes the follo

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Also included in: Body Systems: Skeletal, Circulatory, Nervous, Respiratory, Endocrine, etc.

This unit can be used to teach patterns and functions over a 2 week period. It also contains many activities that can be played as a whole group, in partners, in centers, or played later in the year as a way to review for testing.
PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE PREVIEW in order to see some of what is include

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This functions activity bundle includes 6 classroom activities to support identifying, analyzing, and comparing functions, including writing equations for functions from tables, graphs and ordered pairs. All are hands on, engaging, easy to prep, and perfect to incorporate into the classroom, interv

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This bundle includes a variety of activities to teach algebraic functions that work great as practice, stations, review or even as a way to evaluate student understanding. All answer keys are included as well as student response sheets to make grading easier.Included are tasks, matching activities,

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Parabola Selfie: Students will analyze a parabola in the real world by demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of the following skills:
• Find a parabola in the real world and identify it’s dimensions
• Graph the parabola and determine the following characteristics of the function:
• Domain

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Activities Bundle

Dot Dudes Clip Art - instructional and fun clip art for your projects, one hug at a time. These Executive Functions Dot Dudes showcase each function clearly and with strong expressions to help learners of all abilities better understand the concepts of Executive Functions.WHAT IS INCLUDED?:In this s

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I use this every year with my Algebra Class to review functions. This is a working Jeopardy® (Power Point) game with high-quality graphics that are modern and true to the game show. The categories are: 1) Is it a Function? 2) Evaluate 3) Writing Equations (word problems) 4) Domain and Range, and 5

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Functions: Mathematical Tasks Input Output Tables and Graphing Functions
One of my favorite activities to use in my class are Mathematical Tasks. I use these Mathematical Tasks for partnering activities, group work, independent practice, assessment prep, or in my centers. Included in this s

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Students love to doodle while learning and it has been shown that doodling and working with fun themed activities help students engage with the material, retain knowledge, and be more at ease in the learning environment. This is especially true in Mathematics.Included in this bundle are 10 Comic Boo

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These two sorting activities will help your students practice identifying end behaviors for polynomial functions. They will classify each function according to its end behavior using cards with a mix of equations, explanations, and graphs.
** This resource is also available as part of a DISCOUNTED

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Evaluating Functions Scavenger Hunt
Here are notes and practice questions on evaluating functions given in function notation. An answer key is included for the notes. After the notes, students are sent on a scavenger hunt to practice.
All that is required is to print the 12 cards and scatter t

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