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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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Looking for an engaging activity to practice geometric sequences and arithmetic 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

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Also included in: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Notes and Activities

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 Whod

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Also included in: Sequence & Series -- Pre-Calculus Curriculum Unit Bundle -- All You Need

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 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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Also included in: Exponents and Exponential Functions Bundle - High School Algebra

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 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

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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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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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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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Also included in: Maze Review Game Bundle

EFFECTIVE RESOURCES for teaching ARITHMETIC and GEOMETRIC SEQUENCES!A multitude of products to meet the needs in your classroom! A wide variety of activities to teach, practice, review, and assess.

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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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Try a little something different to work with arithmetic and geometric sequences with this engaging paper chain activity . Good for partners, stations, or a whole class race! Students solve one link which leads to the answer on the next link. Self-checking. This is a good activity for students rel

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Also included in: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Notes and Activities for Algebra 1

Your students will practice finding the ratio, determining a specific term, and finding the sum of a geometric sequence. Four real world problems are included in this Geometric Sequences and Series resource.Activity Based Learning with Task Cards really does work to help reinforce your lessons. Ta

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Activity 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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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 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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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 diver

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Also included in: Person Puzzles - ALGEBRA CURRICULUM BUNDLE - 55+ Worksheets

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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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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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.

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Also included in: BUNDLE Arithmetic Geometric Sequences Common Ratio Difference

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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