This is a bundled lesson on Functions and Relations that includes my Math Lab; it provides "hands-on" experience to students where they use a pair of die to reinforce new concepts followed by analysis questions. They learn the difference between a function and a relation, they learn a number of ways in which either a function or relation can be represented, they learn to use the Vertical Line Test, and they learn to evaluate and graph from Functional Notation.
In doing the lab, they learn to determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a given equation, they write the domain and range as sets of numbers, they determine whether or not their particular domain qualifies to be a function, they learn to write a basic equation making their particular ordered pair a solution to that equation, they verbalize in their own words the difference between a function and a relation, and finally, they employ the Vertical Line Test to decided if their set of ordered pairs qualifies as a function or simply a relation. This is a very enjoyable activity to bring students to full and complete understanding of Functions and Relations. Please, DO have fun with it!