***THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH A GOOGLE SLIDES INTERACTIVE VERSION INCLUDED. REDOWNLOAD IF YOU HAVE IT ALREADY***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 topi
Printable PDF & Google versions are included in this distance learning ready activity which consists of 31 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
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with arithmetic and geometric sequences.Contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ ♦ 3 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Tarsia Puzzle, and Maze ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key
Students observe sequences and examine patterns as sequence doctors! They determine the type (arithmetic, geometric, or neither), write the explicit and recursive formulas using function notation, and diagnose the 5th and 20th term. Some sequences are simple, and some are very challenging. A Fibon
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
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
This worksheet is a fun way for your students to practice writing explicit formulas for arithmetic and geometric sequences. Students match sequences to formulas and students will know right away if they've done it correctly because of the puzzle! The file contains the student worksheet and teacher a
Guided/scaffolded notes and interactive/foldable activities are perfect for Algebra 2 or Integrated Math students. Focused notes help students to take clear and effective notes during math lessons, can be used for introducing new topics or for review, and can be used with any curriculum. The materi
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
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
Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards is ideal for practice and review of Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences (HSF.BF.A.2.). For many of the problems, students need to figure out which type of sequence first before they can
Determine whether the list indicates an arithmetic sequence, geometric sequence or neither with this matching activity for Google Slides™!Students will drag and drop the correct term to classify each sequence. Being able to use and identify vocabulary is an essential skill that students will use thr
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
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
Identify arithmetic sequences & geometric sequences, determine nth term, write explicit rules for arithmetic and geometric sequences, this digital activity requires no prep & provides much needed practice with arithmetic & geometric sequences. Go paperless! 46 Drag & Drop & Digit
Looking for an engaging activity to practice geometric sequences and arithmetic sequences? Students will love these Google slides mystery pictures as they solve problems with geometric and arithmetic sequences. Includes two puzzles: one for geometric sequences and one for arithmetic sequences. CLIC
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
Students will classify sequences as arithmetic, geometric or neither. They will also write arithmetic and geometric sequences in explicit form from a list. Students will use their knowledge of the formulas for each type of sequence to find a specific term. Different versions are included for subscri
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
Allow your students to gain deeper understanding of ARITHMETIC and GEOMETRIC SEQUENCES by identifying and placing items into the correct categories. An extension activity can be assigned for students to extend each sequence for the next three terms. This would be a great formative assessment activ
Students will enjoy coloring arithmetic and geometric sequence monster. This activity is great for reviewing arithmetic and geometric sequences.
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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
This is a bundle of all of my digital activities made for Google™ Slides and PowerPoint that will help students practice their skills with arithmetic and geometric sequences and series.There are currently 7 activities included. These activities were made for Google™ Slides & the Valentine's Part