This puzzle activity is a fun way for students to practice Parabolas for Conic Sections
. Students connect puzzle pieces with equations, graphs, vertices and either the directrix or axis of symmetry for each parabola. Some puzzles include blank pieces for added challenge. Great for self-checking and assessment. OPTIONAL: puzzles can be added to interactive notebooks.
This resource includes:
- 12 4-piece puzzles
- Answer key
This resource available as part of:
- Conic Sections Teacher Resource Bundle
Conic Sections Resources Include:
- Conic Sections Parabolas Interactive Notebook Color Coded Notes
- Conic Sections Parabola Puzzle Activity for Algebra 2 or PreCalculus
- Conic Sections Circles Interactive Notebook Color Coded Notes
- Conic Sections Classification Card Sort Activity for Algebra 2 or PreCalculus
- Conic Sections Ellipses Interactive Notebook Color Coded Notes
- Conic Sections Ellipses Activity
- Conic Sections Hyperbolas Interactive Notebook Color Coded Notes (Just added not available elsewhere in the store)
- Conic Sections Hyperbolas Architecture Mini-Project
- Conic Sections Task Card Activity
- Conic Sections Unit Project
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