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This is a game for high school math students; it should be used after introducing sine and cosine graphs and their transformations. The game is based on the children's board game Guess Who? in which pairs of students take turns asking questions about sine/cosine functions and their graphs in order

This game is very similar to Milton Bradley's game 'Guess Who.' The students divide into groups. Each student receives a Character Board and a Student Worksheet. The students answer problems involving adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing rational functions in a multiple choice type forma

This is a game for high school math students; it should be used after introducing parent functions and their transformations. The game is based on the children's board game Guess Who? in which pairs of students take turns asking questions about functions and their graphs in order to guess their part

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Have you played the child's game 'Guess Who?' The object of the Milton Bradley's game is to eliminate the wrong faces until you guess whose face is on your opponent's card. This Algebra 'Guess Who' game is for any size group of students. The group works an algebra problem and selects the correct

Guess Who game for Solving Quadratic Functions
Have you played the child's game 'Guess Who?' The object of the Milton Bradley's game is to eliminate the wrong faces until you guess whose face is on your opponent's card. This Algebra 'Guess Who' game is for any size group of students. The group wo

This game is similar to the Milton Bradley's game "Guess Who." The students are given 5 questions in a multiple choice format. Once they have finished all 5 questions, they are to 'guess who' is being described. There are 5 different sets of 5 questions. These questions covers finding the nth te

Encourage purposeful peer discussion – and hopefully lots of laughs – with this algebra game.Students will ask questions to their team members until they correctly determine the function families associated with the cards held to their foreheads. The cards are printed with equations and graphs and s

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Also included in: Texas Algebra 2 Curriculum Bundle

Played like the game “Hedbanz,” where students have to guess the vertex form and/or standard form and/or graph of the quadratic function attached to their heads by asking other students “yes” or “no” questions. This game requires students to write equations in vertex form after finding the vertex a

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The game of “Guess What” is modeled after the classic game of Guess Who. It is a 2 player game (that can be modified for 3 players) where players take turns asking yes and no questions to isolate a graph. The first player to guess the other player’s graph wins!
Game Setup:Each player takes their g

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Looking for independent practice for the distributive property but tired of doing the same old worksheets?
My activity cards for the distributive property are exactly what you need to put a little umph in your independent practice. Each card has a problem on the front and the problem worked out on

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Looking for independent practice but tired of doing the same old conversion worksheets?
My activity cards for metric conversions are exactly what you need to put a little umph in your independent practice. Each card has a problem on the front and the problem worked out on the back. The students can

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Looking for independent practice but tired of doing the same old worksheets?
My activity cards for combining like terms are exactly what you need to put a little umph in your independent practice. Each card has a problem on the front and the problem worked out on the back. The students can work it

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Looking for independent practice but tired of doing the same old worksheets?
My activity cards for the distributive property are exactly what you need to put a little umph in your independent practice. Each card has a problem on the front and the problem worked out on the back. The students can wor

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This review game is a huge win for teachers and students! It is so easy to use because the program guides you from the QUADRATICS question to the answer, then to the game board. Each team has a row of five cards. They have to guess whether the next card is higher or lower than their current card. Al

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This review game is a huge win for teachers and students! It is so easy to use because the program guides you from the SYSTEMS question to the answer, then to the game board. Each team has a row of five cards. They have to guess whether the next card is higher or lower than their current card. Altho

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This review game is a huge win for teachers and students! It is so easy to use because the program guides you from the INEQUALITIES question to the answer, then to the game board. Each team has a row of five cards. They have to guess whether the next card is higher or lower than their current card.

Looking for independent practice materials for evaluating exponents but tired of doing the same old worksheets?
My activity cards are exactly what you need to put a little umph in your independent practice. Each card has a problem on the front and the problem worked out on the back. The students c

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'Guess Who' game for Logarithmic Properties
This game reviews power, product and quotient properties of Logs. It also has solving equations by switching between log form and exponential form. Taking the log of both sides to solve is not used in these problems.
Have you played the child's game 'Gu

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This review game is a huge win for teachers and students! It is so easy to use because the program guides you from the EXPONENTS question to the answer, then to the game board. Each team has a row of five cards. They have to guess whether the next card is higher or lower than their current card. Alt

This review game is a huge win for teachers and students! It is so easy to use because the program guides you from the POLYNOMIALS question to the answer, then to the game board. Each team has a row of five cards. They have to guess whether the next card is higher or lower than their current card. A

This review game is a huge win for teachers and students! It is so easy to use because the program guides you from the EQUATIONS question to the answer, then to the game board. Each team has a row of five cards. They have to guess whether the next card is higher or lower than their current card. Alt

Looking for independent practice but tired of doing the same old worksheets?
My activity cards for multiplying binomials are exactly what you need to put a little umph in your independent practice. Each card has a problem on the front and the problem worked out on the back. The students can work it

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The games of “Guess What” is modeled after the classic games of Guess Who and Hedbanz. It is a 2 player game (that can be modified for 3 players) where players take turns asking yes and no questions to isolate a graph. The first player to guess the other player’s graph wins!Game Setup:Each player t

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