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This arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences lesson bundle is designed for an Algebra 1 course aligned to Common Core or an Algebra 2 course. These investigations and cooperative learning activities connect sequences to functions while prompting students to write arithmetic and geometric sequen

Students will practice working with arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences with these mazes. This includes finding a term, finding the common difference or common ratio, as well as applications.
3 Versions Included:
Maze 1: Arithmetic Sequences
Maze 2: Geometric Sequences
Maze 3: Arithmetic

Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

This foldable provides an organized way of taking notes. It easily compares the rules and examples for arithmetic and geometric sequences.
Now with 2 options!
An answer key is included!
Looking for extra practice on this skill? Check out:
•Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences (Star- Shaped Puz

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Geometric Sequences Task Cards
Students will practice identifying the common ratio of a geometric sequence, writing a formula to model a geometric sequence, and using a formula to find a specific value within a geometric sequence by working through these 12 task cards. Real world models are include

This activity will get your students out of their seats and working cooperatively in small groups. They will use their knowledge of arithmetic and geometric sequences in order to solve problems.
This is one of my favorite activities to do as a review & as a way to deepen students’ understanding

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This self-checking crossword puzzle will strengthen students’ skills in working with Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences. Students are given the first 3 terms of a sequence. Students must first determine if the sequence is Arithmetic or Geometric and then find the unknown term. 31 practice problem

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This game is a football-themed review of arithmetic and geometric sequences and series. It is a game meant to be played as a class with students split into small groups, but could be used in many different ways. Easy questions are worth the fewest points and the harder questions are worth the most

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This bunny and egg-themed set features 4 music videos + 110 pages of additional materials...Please click on the "Video Preview" AND the "Supporting Document Preview to get a good idea of what you'll be getting. Note that all materials are appropriate for public schools with the exception of the "Hop

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These 24 task cards are a great way to assess what your students have learned about arithmetic and geometric sequences. They could be used as a whole group activity, in math centers, or as an activity for early finishers.
**These problems directly relate to Virginia 6th grade standards. As a resu

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Arithmetic and Geometric Sequence, Sum, Nth Term, Cheat Sheet - Foldable
Please download my free preview.
Create a foldable or just pass out the Series and Sequence cheat sheet, the choice is yours.
This is a comprehensive guide to the Arithmetic and Geometric Series. Summation notation is incl

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This bundle includes a 3-tiered activity sort. Use the sort sheet for organization and the answer sheet for accountability or to assess what the student know.
This activity is ideal for stations, independent or partner practice, or formative assessment. On the answer sheet students should write

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1.) A set of 32 task cards on arithmetic and geometric sequences.
2.) A sort on arithmetic and geometric sequences- Students will put each sequence under the appropriate heading.
3.) A powerpoint review of arithmetic and geometric sequences (10 slides) I have included 2 different b

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This fun foldable is great to review or introduce the explicit and recursive formulas of a geometric sequence.

UPDATED: Now get THREE different versions of this activity! This resource can be used whether your students are learning explicit formulas, recursive formulas, or both!
This activity serves as a summary of arithmetic and geometric sequences. Students will practice their knowledge of the recursive a

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A fun activity for students to get students up and moving around while practicing geometric sequences.
Questions include finding the next three terms, the common ratio, explicit formula, recursive formula, and the eight term given different information.
A student recording sheet is included and

EFFECTIVE RESOURCES for teaching ARITHMETIC and GEOMETRIC SEQUENCES!Contents of this Product:
Powerpoint - Engaging with transitions throughout to construct knowledge for students.
Homework Page - Consisting of 10 problems. Answers to the homework are included in the last slides of the Powerpo

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This activity requires students to determine if a given sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither (they will use colors to do this). After that they will then determine the common difference (for arithmetic sequences) or the common ratio (for geometric sequences).
Two versions of this activity

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Geometric Sequences and Series Task Cards plus HW and Interactive Notebook page
Activity Based Learning with Task Cards really does work to help reinforce your lessons. Task cards, station cards, and foldables get your students engaged and keep them motivated.
Your students will practice finding

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Get this as part of a bundle: Sequences and Series Activity Bundle for Precalculus and Algebra 2

"This allowed us a unique way to practice our sequence skills, and as we reviewed this skill throughout the year, I just have to point to the chain and they remember the concept. Great resource! " - Buyer
Practice or review arithmetic and geometric sequences with this engaging paper chain activity

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Get this as part of a bundle: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Notes and Activities Resource Bundle

Geometric Sequence: Students will enjoy finding the explicit and recursive formula with this scrambler puzzle activity. This activity is great for remediation and differentiation.
I have more arithmetic and geometric sequences resources.
Click on this link for the arithmetic and geometric scramb

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Algebra 2 Honors: Geometric Sequences
This is the second lesson in a four-lesson unit on SEQUENCES and SERIES designed for Algebra 2 Honors students with a basic understanding of patterns and number sense.
The product includes everything you need to teach a rigorous lesson:
✎ Two options of an 8-

With the adoption of the Common Core curriculum, a new topic added to Algebra 2 is sequences. Lacking resources, I created these Guided Notes to introduce the explicit formulas for Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences. There are examples, "You-Dos" (student practice problems), and word problems as wel

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This 20-question puzzle provides students with practice writing explicit formulas for arithmetic & geometric sequences. Students will be given the first 5 terms in the sequence and have to determine whether it is arithmetic or geometric and then write the explicit equation.
GREAT for extra p

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This scavenger hunt activity will get your students up and moving around, all while practicing arithmetic and geometric sequences. I have included 15 problems of various difficulty levels, a student work sheet, an answer document, and the answer key. Laminate these for future use, or simply enjoy th

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This is a graphic organizer flow chart that outlines the methods for recursive and explicit forms of geometric and arithmetic sequences. The flow chart is easy to follow and aesthetically pleasing. Two versions are included. First, a completed copy. Second is a blank copy if you want to have student

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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice the geometric sequences they can learn about a humanitarian with a gigantic heart -- Mother Hale!
Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individuals with div

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This set contains 24 task cards designed to practice completing arithmetic and geometric sequences. An arithmetic sequence card might read-- Complete the following arithmetic sequence... 2, 4, 6, ___, 10. A geometric sequence card might read-- Complete the following geometric sequence... 2, 4, 8,

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Get your students excited about arithmetic and geometric sequences with this math version of speed dating. Students start in two concentric circles facing one another. They "date" by identifying each others sequence as arithmetic or geometric and then identifying the d or r value. There are 30 cards

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Geometric Sequences notes in a flap book is perfect for your interactive notebook.
The topics included are:
1- Geometric sequences defined
2- Geometric mean defined, and examples finding arithmetic mean
3- Examples determining if a sequence is an geometric sequence
4- Geometric sequence Recursive

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Algebra I - Geometric Sequences
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson plan includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint, and SMART Notebook)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
You do not need to have PowerPoint or SMART Notebook to rece

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Notes or graphic organizer on Geometric Sequences.
Includes identifying, common ratios, explicit and recursive formulas, and nth terms.
Great for INB or guided notes!

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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This foldable introduces the concept of geometric sequences. Students will write the formula, determine if a given sequence is arithmetic or geometric, graph geometric sequences, write rules, and find an nth term of a geometric sequence.
I used this to introduce the lesson but it could also be use

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Students will revisit exponential and linear functions by modeling real-world scenarios with equations, tables and graphs. They will use horizontal shifts to create sequences with initial values at n=1. They will practice writing functions using sequence notation. Given selected values for a sequenc

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Exit tickets (Formative Assessment) provide a great instant feedback while teaching any concept. If you use data driven instruction, these exit tickets will allow you to collect such data and execute a plan of action based on the results. White utilizing these tickets, teachers will be able to condu

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Assess your students' knowledge of Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences with this Pattern Puzzle. Students will identify formulas and vocabulary that pertain to each type of sequence as well as three of each type of sequence, r or d value, and explicit formula for the sequences. This activity is great

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I wrote this circuit for my algebra one students as we wrap up the course, although it is structured so that students could work through it cooperatively with very little prior knowledge. It also would be perfect for the beginning of an algebra two course. The 24 questions allow students to take a

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A play on the Choose Your Own Adventure books of your childhood, a Choose Your Own Adventure assignment allows students choice of which problems they practice. After each problem they receive a clue about the mystery country they are exploring. By the end, hopefully they will have enough pieces of t

FALL FUN! Practice identifying arithmetic and geometric sequences. Students will color the leaf according to the code. These will make a great bulletin board or classroom decorations.

These guided notes begin with students comparing and contrasting arithmetic and geometric sequences using a Venn Diagram. They then use the formulas for geometric sequences and series to solve problems, including finding the nth term of a sequence, the common ratio, the sum of the first n terms, and

This lesson can be purchased as a complete bundled unit at a discounted price under the listing Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Complete Bundled Unit.
This worksheet gives the first term and the last term of a sequence. The middle terms are missing. Also given is whether the sequence is arithm

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This bundle includes a total of 7 mazes (86 Questions combined). Each of these mazes is sold separately at my store. Please visit the links below for more details about each individual product. The mazes are:
* Maze - Is it A Geometric Sequence?
* Maze - Is the sequence Arithmetic, Geome

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These 20 task cards are a wonderful way to assess what your students know about arithmetic and geometric sequences! They are also great to use in small group or centers. These task cards use positive numbers only!
Answer key is included!

In this riddle worksheet, students will practice finding the sums of arithmetic and geometric sequences.
The student directions on the worksheet state: Solve each of the problems below. Locate the answer at the bottom, and shade in the corresponding box. Once all problems are completed, the shaded

Guided Notes on Geometric Sequences. Introduces key vocab and shows examples of how to extend sequences, find the common ratio, and write the rule (ex. 3n).
Answer Key Included.
VA SOL: 6.17, 7.2
Common Core: 5.OA.B.3

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Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Patterns Lesson Notes
This is a great interactive notebook notepage that includes meaningful practice and examples. The illustrations are visually engaging and graphic organizers help develop ideas in the lesson and support learning.
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Editable Word Docu

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The first page is a double-sided notes page over geometric sequences using function notation. This is written to introduce geometric sequences to the beginning algebra 1 student.
The notes page begins by using patterns of numbers to introduce the topic. The student identifies the next number in the

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Get this as part of a bundle: Sequences Mini-Bundle (A12C, A12D)

This is a Geometric Sequences and Series around the world activity (also known as scavenger hunts). Students love being able to get out of their desks and move around the room! There are a total of 14 problems. One type requires students to find the sum of a geometric sequence given first set of ter

Engage students in their study of Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences: with interactive notebooks, paper chain, Fibonacci activities, and more.
Included in this ready to use bundle:
★ Arithmetic Sequences: Interactive Notebook Foldable (HSF.BF.A.2.).
★ Arithmetic Sequences: Task Cards (HSF.BF.A.

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Summary of what makes a sequence arithmetic or geometric. Explains what common difference and common ratio are and how to find them. Provides practice problems.

The topic of Sequences is taught in many different math classes. In my own experience, I have taught this topic in Algebra 2, Common Core 3, Advanced Functions and Modeling, and IB Math Studies. This 20 question, multiple-choice test assesses students on the following concepts:
Arithmetic Sequence

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In this packet, I have included 12 task cards that your students can use to practice working with geometric sequences and finite series.
I have also included the two formulas associated with geometric sequences and series that could be cut out and pasted in an interactive notebook.
I have also inc

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