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Many high school students still enjoy coloring and doodle notes! Use these Graphing Quadratic Functions in Standard form, Vertex form, and Factored Form Coloring Note Sheets (or Doodle Notes) for an engaging, FUN note activity / graphic organizer / review in your high school math classroom.This col

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This worksheet allows students to graph quadratic functions that begin in factored, vertex, or standard form. I use it as a supplement to Chapter 5 of my Prentice Hall Algebra 2 book and Chapter 10 of my Prentice Hall Algebra 1 book.
It also asks for key features of the function such as: x-interce

This table really helps students "put the pieces together" after graphing quadratic functions in vertex form and standard form. Based on the given information, students will fill in 10 key features of the function AND the graph.This table is provided to you in 3 different levels, increasing in diffi

This is a foldable I created for my Algebra 2 students when they were learning about graphing quadratics in all forms - standard, intercept, and vertex. Each form includes a couple fill in the blanks and an example on the back of the flap.Print front to back, fold in half and cut across the two soli

Six different activities with one set of cards!These cards get students thinking about function characteristics and encourage analysis, problem solving and academic discourse. Print and laminate 24 graphs and equations (in all three forms) of quadratic functions and select from six different activit

Also included in:Â Complete Set of Algebra 1 Cards and Activities

Algebra I quadratrics project that can be done individually or in groups. Students will working through a series of three quadratic equations in order to find which shell hit two different Mario Kart characters. Students will need to graph, find the vertex, find the zeroes, factor and analyze graph

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This item is included in the following bundles I offer:Algebra 1 curriculum BUNDLE Lesson Notes Homework Study Guides Quizzes & Tests and Algebra 1 curriculum BUNDLE with growing GAME PACK This item includes the following:1. Midterm Study Guide (97 Questions)2. Midterm (50 Questions)3. Final

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Also included in:Â Algebra 1 curriculum BUNDLE with GAME PACK Google Slides & Forms

This is a set of 32 matching task cards.The cards are broken into 4 categories:1. Function2. Table3. Graph4. VertexAll of the quadratic functions are shown in vertex form. I would recommend printing the pages with the flipping side being the shorter side so that the answer key coding is on the

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Algebra I quadratrics project that can be done individually or in groups. Students will working through a series of three quadratic equations in order to find which weapon hit two different Star Wars characters. Students will need to graph, find the vertex, find the zeroes, factor and analyze graphs

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"Graph Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept Form Problem Pass Activity"DIGITAL AND PRINT: Twelve rounds provide practice or review graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form. Includes identifying the slope, the y-intercept and whether the graph is increasing, decreasing or neither.Students w

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Update: I added a 30 slide Intro to writing an equation of a parabola in vertex form. The emphasis is writing it given the vertex and a point on the parabola,Update I added Assignment #10A which is like #10Update I added Assignment #10 which is available at socrative.com. The student identifies th

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Students are given a graph, the must identify the vertex, and x-intercepts. They use this information to find the quadratic equations (in all three formats) for the graph. Students can make posters or glue into their interactive student notebooks.
I use this package as an alternate formative asse

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Update I added Assignment #10A which is like #10.Update I added Assignment #10 which is available at socrative.com. The student identifies the vertex, axis of symmetry, domain, range and describes the discriminant and zeros of a parabola.Update I added Assignment #7. It is available at socrative.Th

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"Graph Linear Equations in Standard Form Problem Pass Activity"DIGITAL AND PRINT: Twelve rounds provide practice or review graphing linear functions in standard form. Includes identifying the x-intercept and the y-intercept.Students work with a partner while seated at their desks. They should writ

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"Graph Quadratic Functions Problem Pass Activity"DIGITAL AND PRINT: Six rounds provide practice or review graphing quadratic functions in standard form using a table of values. Includes identifying the vertex.Students work with a partner while seated at their desks. They should write in their own

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Also included in:Â Graph Quadratics Activities Bundle | Digital - Distance Learning

In this BIG Growing ALGEBRA 1 & 2 ACTIVITIES BUNDLE you will find all my Algebra 1&2 items from my Teachers Pay Teachers store. There is a wide variety of fun and engaging activities (ALL TURNED INTO DIGITAL! plus Google Slides products) - partner and group activities, sorting and matching

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Algebra: Graphing Quadratics Using All Three Forms Quick Practice Freebie!
This is a 5 question quick practice sheet on graphing quadratics using all three forms (Standard, Factored and Vertex). Students are given all three forms of a quadratic equation and asked to find the
1. Vertex
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8 Conditionally formatted Google Sheets and a notes packet. Once you purchase and download, click on each link and you will be prompted to make a copy. Once you have the copy you can rename it and edit it. Simply assign this to your Google Classroom. To look at student answers quickly and effortl

Joke worksheets are a fun way for students to practice a concept they have learned. Through the completion of the notes, students will be able to answer a silly joke.Solve Quadratics by Graphing Joke: "How did the firefly feel after he backed into a fan?"Solve Quadratics by Graphing Joke Worksheet i

Update I added Assignment #10 A which is like #10 and is also available at socrative.Update I added Assignment #10 which is available at socrative.com. The student identifies the vertex, axis of symmetry, domain, range and describes the discriminant and zeros of a parabola.Update I added Assignment

These graphic organizers are perfect for reviewing all of the Algebra II concepts around quadratic functions. Algebra II focuses on transformations and graphing. Organizing all of the concepts side by side one another allows students to develop a deeper understanding of quadratics as a whole. The li

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Also included in:Â Quadratics Resource Bundle (PBL PrBL Explorations + Projects)

This activity takes students through the four main parts of graphing! 1. Identify the form you're using, 2. Find the Axis of Symmetry, 3. Find the Vertex, 4. Make your table & Graph. Practice Graphing Quadratics in All Forms:- Standard- Vertex- InterceptPractice labeling the key characteristics

As stated, this test poses 3 questions, plus one extra credit question, that has the student graph a quadratic equation from vertex form, intercept/factored form, and standard form. Coordinate grids, t-tables, and work space are provided, in addition to clear instructions. The answer key has also b

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