This is a set of 28 cards (14 graphs and 14 corresponding equations) that should be cut and shuffled before being distributed to the students. The students then match the given equations with the corresponding graphs. The activity comes with corresponding graphs and equations next to each other to act as an answer key! I like to do this in my classroom in groups of 4. This activity includes cards with cosecant and secant graphs from basic parent functions to graphs with reflections, change in amplitude, change in period, phase shift, and vertical shift. The graphs also include a dotted line version of the graph of sine or cosine that should be used to help the students graph their cosecant or secant function.