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Graphing Quadratic Functions Activity: Math Sprint is an activity that helps students become fluent with a specific skill! It really helps with mastering math concepts and storing them in the long-term memory. It is great to do after just learning a concept or reviewing a previously learned concept.

❤ ❤ ❤ 5/26/16: This product is updated with 10 additional Relay Race questions on Graphing Quadratic Functions given in VERTEX FORM❤ ❤ ❤
Relay Race 1 - 10: Quadratic Function written in Standard Form
Relay Race (1 - 10) activities reviews the understanding of graphing quadratic functions. The p

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**SEE THE PREVIEW AND FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF WHY WE ARE THE ORIGINAL AND THE #1 ESCAPE ROOM MATERIAL USED BY THOUSANDS OF TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS**
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1) Escape Room Activity
2) Handout Material
3) Lesson Plan On Subject
4) Power Point Presentation
5) Promotional Videos
6) How-To Video
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Quadratic Functions Activities - 3 in 1!
This is a set of 12 graphs of parabolas and 3 different activities to go along with them. In all three activities, the graphs are posted around the room.
The first activity is a true scavenger hunt in that the student is give a clue about one of the parabo

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Activities Bundle

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This quadratic functions activity bundle is designed for an Algebra 1 course aligned to Common Core or an Algebra 2 course. These geometric discoveries and cooperative learning activities connect quadratic functions in vertex form to their graphs while prompting students to analyze the key features

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This Flip Book foldable provides a summary of Standard Form, Intercept Form, and Vertex Form of Quadratic functions. Within the foldable are definitions, formulas, examples, and problems for students to complete along with 6 graphs for them to graph using each of the 3 forms. There is room for extra

Also included in: Algebra Quadratic Equations Activity Bundle

Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice graphing quadratic functions, then they can learn about the melodious life of the musical legend Bob Marley!
Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individua

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Also included in: Quadratic Functions, Factoring & FOILing -- Algebra Curriculum Unit Bundle

Looking for a way to scaffold and help your students be ready to graph quadratic functions? Use this short assignment to help them become familiar with the anatomy of a quadratic function. They will identify the vertex, axis of symmetry, maximum and minimum, roots, zeros, solutions, x-intercepts, y-

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In this activity, students will introduce each other to the vocabulary words associated with the graph of a quadratic function (axis of symmetry, roots, vertex). This activity takes 15 - 20 minutes.
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Students should be partnered up and facing one another. Their view of

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This graphic organizer is a great way to let students graph quadratic functions and identify key features of the graph. There are four functions with accompanying (x, y) tables as well as space for students to fill in the y-intercept, x-intercept(s), vertex, axis of symmetry, increasing/decreasing,

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A fun foldable to teach graphing quadratic functions in vertex form and see the effect of parameters a, h, and k.

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This is sort of an exploration type activity to help students become more familiar with the window and trace functions of TI calculators. The questions are all application type problems and my goal was to create a worksheet that would let students go at their own pace without me giving direct instr

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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: Quadratic Functions, Factoring & FOILing -- Algebra Curriculum Unit Bundle

Students will:
-Identify key features of graphs of quadratic functions.
-Graph quadratic functions in standard form using a table of values.
-Graph quadratic functions from standard form by finding the axis of symmetry, vertex, and y-intercept.
Includes everything you need to teach this lesson in o

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This activity is designed for students to complete after learning about graphing quadratic equations. The activity gives students a real-life perspective on quadratic equations by using the vertical motion formula. Students will launch model rockets. (I launch one rocket per group or pair of grou

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Also included in: Quadratics Bundle of Notes, Games, Activities, and Worksheets

This foldable provides an overview for graphing quadratics. There are 10 examples within the foldable, organized in the following manner:
• 1. Parent Quadratic Function
• 2. Reflection of the Parent Quadratic Function
• 3. Vertical Translation (Up)
• 4. Vertical Translation (Down)
• 5. Horizontal

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Students graph quadratic functions from standard and vertex forms in this math pennant activity. After graphing, students identity the graph's vertex and state whether it is a maximum or minimum or identify the graph's zeros. All given equations can be factored. Some have a values that are greater t

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Also included in: Quadratic Functions Bundle

This is a task on the vocabulary used with quadratic functions.
Students create a vocabulary book with illustrations and examples of various quadratic vocabulary words.
Included is a blackline master guided project worksheet and student samples.

This was a worksheet I made as my 1st lesson on graphs of quadratic functions.
I started out the lesson by showing students the basic form of y=x^2 equations and what they look like on the graph by doing the 1st problem. After having them graph it, there is no trouble finding someone who can expla

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Included in this set is 32 cards containing graphs of quadratic functions and a recording sheet. Students must identify different parts of the graphs including: vertex, y-intercept, x-intercepts/zeros/roots, specific function values and more!
This corresponds to (Texas) Algebra 1 TEK A.7A: identify

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This PowerPoint review activity consists of five categories: Vocabulary, The Quadratic Formula, Domain and Range of Quadratics, Factoring Quadratics, and Graphing Quadratics. This activity is set up such that a calculator is not required so as to check students’ grasp of concepts. For example,

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This resource can be used to practice the properties of quadratic functions. (Especially great for use before or after the winter break!) The concepts assessed in this resource are: vertices, axis of symmetry, x intercepts, y intercepts, and double roots.
Instructions:
1. Copy a class set of both

by Liz Clark of Imagine-ary Numbers
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Logic-style puzzle for Graphing Quadratic Functions
One page summary of graphing tips for Quadratic Functions
Planning page including CCSS Content and Mathematical Practices Standards
Simple directions, an example, and a solution key
Use this puzzle i

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This powerpoint begins with a warm up having students evaluate a quadratic expression for a given value of x. Next, they are formally introduced to a standard form quadratic equation. This is followed by an embedded video demonstrating how to graph a quadratic by creating an x y table. Students a

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