This is a small group activity to review graphing of quadratic functions given in vertex form, standard form, and intercept form. There are three sets of problems that can be given to a group of three students. Each problem has been assigned a number and a letter. All problems with the same number will result in the same graph. Each letter within a numbered set refers to a function in either vertex form, standard form, or intercept form. For example, Problem 1A, 1B, and 1C will result in the same graph, but 1A is in standard form, 1B is the same function in intercept form, and 1C is the same function in vertex form. Within their group, students will work with one function of each form, then compare with the others in their group. If there is disagreement, students will need to check each other’s work and arrive at a correct answer. Students rotate roles with the next numbered problem set, so they can deal with a function in a different form.