This is an activity where each card lists special features of a function (x and y-intercepts, intervals of increasing, decreasing and no change, domain and range and maximum and minimum). The students have to pick a card, and then draw a function that meets the requirements on their graph paper. I usually pass out double sided copies of the graph paper because my students make a few mistakes and need more coordinate grids to practice with.
This activity could be done in pairs where each student tries to draw their graph and then they switch to have a neighbor correct their work, it also could be done in small groups or it could be done individually. My students really like this activity, and I found that it was challenging.