Please understand that the thumbnail sketches provided above are NOT even close to the quality of the puzzles that you will be purchasing. Our puzzles may not be perfect, but they're definitely a lot better than the thumbnails.
This offering is the set of all fourteen High School Cartesian Cartoon Puzzles as well as all 15 Middle School Cartesian Cartoon Puzzles. The high school set affords an opportunity for a quite unique way to learn how to graph piece-wise functions . . . as you graph line segments, parabolas, absolute value functions, circles, an occasional system of linear inequalities,and an occasional ellipse while paying particular attention to domains and ranges. The fourteen high school Cartesian Cartoons were all developed by Matt Lora, while the 15 middle school Cartesian Cartoons were all developed by Jay Waggoner. The middle school set of puzzles work with setting up algebra and reviewing important arithmetic concepts while also learning how to graph points and figures in the coordinate plane . . . and frequently reflecting segments and plane figures horizontally and vertically. Both sets are unique.
Our Cartesian Cartoon Puzzle series is intended to offer different slants and blends from most of the “graphing ordered pairs” worksheets and puzzles that are currently on the market. As with all our puzzles we hope to blend and integrate as many topics as we can in any one puzzle by reviewing old concepts and skills while introducing new ones . . . and add a touch of humor, or depth, when we are able. Our Cartesian Coordinate puzzles are split into two “sections.” Fifteen puzzles review and introduce skills that middle school students are expected to become proficient with . . . and fourteen puzzles blend, review, and work with skills important for high school students to become familiar with before they matriculate to the university level. Both sets of puzzles can be purchased individually, as a set of 14, as a set of 15, and this offering . . . as a set of 29.
The middle school graphing parts of the puzzles concentrate on graphing points, making segments/plane figures, symmetry, and reflecting across both the x- and y-axis. The fill-in-the-blanks parts of the puzzles concentrate on setting up algebra skills and reviewing arithmetic skills.
The high school graphs concentrate on piecing together domains, ranges, and the graphing of various functions important to success in upper level math. After doing a few of these your students will understand the above-mentioned topics as never before.
Cartesian Cartoons,All 14 H.S. and 15 M.S.,graphing,algebra,algebra 2,arithmetic
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