Other

Math

ELA

- Business
- Career and Technical Education
- Character Education
- Child Care
- Classroom Community
- Classroom Management
- Coaching
- Computer Science - Technology
- Critical Thinking
- Early Intervention
- Family Consumer Sciences
- For Administrators
- For All Subjects
- Gifted and Talented
- Handwriting
- Health
- Instructional Technology
- International Baccalaureate
- Library Skills
- Life Skills
- Occupational Therapy
- Oral Communication
- Other (Specialty)
- Physical Education
- Physical Therapy
- Problem Solving
- Products For TpT Sellers
- Professional Development
- Religion
- Robotics
- School Counseling
- School Psychology
- Special Education
- Speech Therapy
- Student Council
- Study Skills
- Test Preparation
- Tools for Common Core
- Vocational Education

- Relevance
- Best Seller
- Rating
- Price (Ascending)
- Price (Descending)
- Most Recent

showing 1-24 of 1,225 results

Have you seen the preview?
This Scavenger Hunt is part of : BUNDLE - Standard and Vertex form of Quadratic Functions
This activity will allow students to move around the room. There are 16 cards with 16 different problems assessing the understanding of Characteristics of the Standard Form of Qu

Grades:

Types:

by

This is the second lesson in a ten lesson unit on Quadratic Functions and Equations designed for Algebra 2 Honors students who have a solid foundation in graphing functions.Students will be able to:★ Identify the axis of symmetry, vertex, domain, range and intercepts for a given parabola ★ Graph qua

Also included in: Algebra 2: Quadratic Functions and Equations Bundle

✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING
This resource is a great packet for:
❤ Homework ❤
❤ Review any time during the year ❤
❤ use with substitute teachers ❤
❤ use during winter/spring break ❤
❤ reteaching the concepts ❤
❤ early finishers ❤
This bundle includes a total of 15 Em

Grades:

Types:

Students will match each graph with the vertex and standard form of the quadratic function. It works well to print the 2nd and 3rd page front/back and page 1 front only so that students can cut apart the forms of the quadratic functions and glue/tape to the graphs. I have also used the graphs from

Types:

In this exit ticket, the understanding of the key features of the standard form of the quadratic function is checked. Two type of questions are given with different variations:
* The first type deals with working with the EQUATION of the quadratic function written in standard form. This type of

Grades:

Types:

CCSS:

This SELF-CHECKING PUZZLE is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future Products
This ❤ Digital Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of working with "Interpreting the Standard Form of Quadratic Functions" . This is a BLENDED Activity as

Grades:

Types:

This puzzle activity is a fun way for students to practice Converting between Standard and Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions. Students convert vertex form functions into standard form and standard form functions into vertex form. They use the solutions to form a puzzle. Two versions included.

Subjects:

Grades:

Also included in: Quadratic Equations Bundle for Algebra 2 Curriculum Unit 4

Based on the reviews of similar products, the activities included in this bundle are great for DIFFERENTIATION.
The resources of this bundle are part of Algebra II - Quadratic Functions UNIT Resources & Activities
This bundle (10 products @ 30%+ OFF) includes a variety of activities to working

Grades:

This color by number activity is a fun way for students to practice Converting between Standard and Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions. Students convert vertex form functions into standard form and standard form functions into vertex form. They use the solutions to complete a color by number tem

Subjects:

Grades:

Also included in: PreCalculus Polynomials Unit 2 Bundle

A set of 4 versions of a quiz over properties of quadratics given standard form. Students are asked to identify the vertex, axis of symmetry, y-intercept, min/max, zeros, write vertex form, and sketch the graph.

This SELF-CHECKING PUZZLE is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future Products
This ❤ Digital Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of working with "Converting Vertex Form to Standard Form of Quadratic Functions" . This is a BLENDED Ac

Grades:

Types:

✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING
This resource is a great packet for:
❤ Homework ❤
❤ Review any time during the year ❤
❤ use with substitute teachers ❤
❤ use during winter/spring break ❤
❤ reteaching the concepts ❤
❤ early finishers ❤
This bundle includes a total of 8 Emo

Grades:

Types:

Math Poster: The Standard Form of a Quadratic & The Vertex Form of a Quadratic
Colorful poster about The Standard Form of a Quadratic & The Vertex Form of a Quadratic. It describes the function, the parabola, and the vertex.
MY OTHER MATH POSTERS
Math Poster: SOHCAHTOA
Math Posters : Rea

Grades:

Types:

CCSS:

This set of interactive notebook pages engages students in how to convert from vertex form to standard form and from standard form to vertex form of Quadratic Functions. This is the first lesson in Precalculus Unit 2 Polynomials
These notebook pages include:
- Converting from standard form to ve

Subjects:

Grades:

Also included in: Quadratic Equations Bundle for Algebra 2 Curriculum Unit 4

This resource can help your students strengthen their understanding with quadratics written in standard form! Included you will find three half pages (8.3 x 5.3) of guided notes. Part of the guided notes includes a comparison to the parent function. The resource also has a worksheet and a self-check

Grades:

CCSS:

Also included in: Quadratic Equations Bundle

Students will practice finding the vertices of quadratics by rewriting the functions in vertex form and using the formula to find the vertex. Students will work with a partner, each finding the vertex of the same function using a different method, and then check their answers. This activity includes

Types:

Use this foldable to teach vertex form through transformations and then transition from vertex form into standard form WITHOUT completing the square.

CCSS:

by

students must factor equations in standard form to find the zeros. They must then find the vertex and plot it.
has step-by-step numbered directions to guide them through this as well as worked examples.

This zipped file contains a Smart Notebook file and a pdf file with a full set of directions on using the Smart Notebook file.
Students start with a Do Now where they match graphs of parabolas with equations.
Then students are introduced to the three forms. Students then graph various pairs of

by

Use the foldable to help students understand the impact of a,b, and c on their parabola and how to find each.

This activity is designed to help students with converting quadratic equations between vertex and standard form. All the equations in this version are already set up as either standard form or vertex form.
Student will practice the following skills
* Converting equations between standard and verte

Types:

Quadratic Functions (Standard Form, Vertex Form, and Graphs) Triples Activity
This is a great way for students to practice identifying the graph, vertex form, and standard form of a quadratic function. There are 30 total cards. Once matched, there will be 10 sets of three cards. Each set contains

Types:

Quadratic Equations {Zeros, Factored Form, Standard Form} Cut and Paste Activity
This is a cut and paste activity to help students practice identifying the zeros, factored form, and standard form of a quadratic equation given a graph. Each graph will have four zeros, four factored form equations,

In this discovery lesson, students learn how to convert a quadratic equation from standard form to vertex form:
• Completing the Square Method
• Shortcut Method: use h=-b/2a
*Students should have previous knowledge of standard form, vertex form, h=-b/2a, and f(-b/2a)
YES! Two versions are included

Subjects:

showing 1-24 of 1,225 results