Arithmetic Sequences: HSF-BF.A.1 & HSF-BF.A.2 { EDITABLE } 48 questions Game

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6th - 11th, Homeschool
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17 pages
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  1. This Arithmetic Sequences BUNDLE includes a rigorous Hassle-Free 60 minute activity and a Concept Attainment activity which is an Inductive introduction to arithmetic sequences including the Data Set. Quote from TpT Purchasers:"This is a first class product!" "My students really enjoyed this game!
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A rigorous 60 MINUTE activity. HASSLE-FREE Math Game...

EDITABLE, 48 Questions and Answers

Quotes from TpT purchasers:

"Loved this resource for sequences because it helped with simplifying and seeing the formulas in both ways. I also found that it helped my kids who didn't know a deck of cards for the next unit on probability."

"I have used this resource in my classroom this past year and the students enjoyed it. I love how thorough and complete it is with everything you need to implement."

"My students really enjoyed this game! Who would have thought that using playing cards would be a great way to randomize problems that students would actually enjoy. Thank you!"

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"Great activity to review with my students. I will be bringing it back out again for our Milestones review."

"This was so much fun while providing great review for the kids!"

"This was a good review and I like that it's editable."

"Great review activity. The students were engaged and on task."

"More practice the better. Thanks!"

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This product covers:

♥ given a sequence of three terms, the student develops the general formula using the arithmetic formula in which d is positive or negative but there are no fractions in the a1,d or the sequence. [ 12 questions ]

♦ Given a1 and d, state the first five terms of the sequence. [ 12 questions ]

♠ Given a sequence with three terms (d is positive and there are no fractions in a or d), determine the general formula for the arithmetic sequence. [ 12 questions ]

♣ Given a1, d and n, determine the nth term of the sequence using the formula. [ 12 questions ]

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Package includes:

* Rationale: how to use the product in the classroom

* Student Instruction handout

* Practical Tips for Teachers

* 48 EDITABLE Arithmetic Sequence Questions

* Answer key for all 48 questions

* 2 blank student response sheets

* pdf with all of the above contents

* EDITABLE 48 question game in Word format

* American and Canadian Versions are included in the package (each country uses a slightly different version of the equation)

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Can be used as:

* Math Lab

* Game for 1, 2, 3 or 4 players

* Peer Tutoring Game

* Homeschooling

* Stations

* Worksheets

* Differentiation

* Early Finishers

* Milestones Review

* Math Intervention

* Student Activity when you are away from the Classroom!

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This is a math game in which one pair of students competes against another. The first team selects a card from a deck of cards and answers the matching question on the activity sheet (example 4 of hearts). The 2 students work cooperatively to obtain an answer. If correct they get a point, if not the other team can get the rebound point. Then team 2 selects a card, discusses the answer and so on. It is cooperative because the 2 students work together, yet competitive because it pits one team against another. The students have fun and get the math work done. As well, the students can work on this activity alone, can be used as a review.

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Total Pages
17 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write arithmetic and geometric sequences both recursively and with an explicit formula, use them to model situations, and translate between the two forms.
Write a function that describes a relationship between two quantities.

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