LOGARITHMS and their GRAPHS a color by number activity

LOGARITHMS and their GRAPHS a color by number activity
LOGARITHMS and their GRAPHS a color by number activity
LOGARITHMS and their GRAPHS a color by number activity
LOGARITHMS and their GRAPHS a color by number activity
LOGARITHMS and their GRAPHS a color by number activity
LOGARITHMS and their GRAPHS a color by number activity
LOGARITHMS and their GRAPHS a color by number activity
LOGARITHMS and their GRAPHS a color by number activity
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GRAPHS of LOGARITHMS
COLORING ACTIVITY

STUDENTS LOVE TO COLOR and students need to be able to recognize the graphs logarithms, especially on assessments.

This activity will help students identify the graphs of 5 logarithmic functions by recognizing the asymptotes, domain/range and finding key points..

This resource can be used in stations, assigned as an individual challenge, or with an intervention group/individual.
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Includes:
A worksheet of 15 questions that require students to find asymptotes, domain/range, and key points of 5 different logarithm functions.
A graphic design with numbers that correspond to the answers from the worksheet.
Solutions for both the worksheet and the correctly colored design.
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Print one worksheet page for every student. And one coloring page
[OR let students color code their answers on the question page.
Both solutions are included.]
Instruct students to answer each question, choosing the best answer.
Using the number of the problem and the correct answer, students color the spaces in the included design.

This activity is EASY to CHECK
If the answers are correct, the design will match the included solution.

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Assign this activity for early finishers, in math centers, or as a follow-up / review challenge after students have mastered the skill, using properties of logarithms.

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This resource makes a great display..... and an easy bulletin board idea.
It is also great as an anchor activity or differentiation activity to engage and challenge a variety of learners.
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5 pages
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