This sprint includes looking at a set of ordered pairs, equations, mapping diagrams, and graphs, and determining if each is a function. Problems are slightly increasing in difficulty, with Sprint 6B being a bit more difficult than 6A. There are two sets (A and B) of 15 problems. Please note that my sprints do not contain as many patterns as seen in those for earlier grades.
Directions for a Sprint: Give students exactly one minute to complete the exercises on one side of the handout. The goal is fluency so students should complete as many as possible and the goal is therefore not to finish the entire sheet. If "Jane" gets the first 10 questions right, but #11 is wrong, she receives a 10/15. This score is just for personal assessment. Provide students with all answers and then turn the page. When the backside is completed, "Jane" should aim to get more than 10 correct without a mistake. The goal is again, enhanced fluency rather than completion.
PLEASE NOTE: When I performed this sprint with my class, I gave them less time than usual. I gave them 30 seconds to complete each side. This topic was stressed heavily in my class and I feel my group this year is strong enough to complete it in 30 seconds, but this should be adjusted according to your own classes.