There are 20 ”Domain and Range of functions” question boxes with a circle in each box. Cut these out and place them into a container.
Students are given a worksheet with 10 empty boxes. They must pick a number box out of the container and stick it on their sheet. Then, for each number, they must use a ruler to connect the circle in the number box to the relevant box.
They then add up the circles that they touch and get the total points for that number. When all ten boxes have been completed, the students get the total of all number boxes, and determine who the winner is. Since working out the domain is often easier than working out the range, there are two games: one for domain and one for range.
The 20 number boxes are typed twice (enough for 4 students to work with) and ordered in five rows of eight. They can be cut individually, and then placed in a container, where students can pick them out individually. If, for example, there are 20 kids in the class, print and cut 6 copies – it’s always better to cut out a few extra in case some get lost etc.
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