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Celebrate Pi Day and give students the practice they need at evaluating polynomials and coordinate graphing with this Math-Then-Graph Activity.

Students are given a number of coordinate points to graph. Some of the points are written in function notation (i.e. f(-3) = _____ ). Students use a polynomial bank to evaluate the specific functions and reveal the corresponding coordinate point. Then the students plot and connect the points only within the designated zones. When they are done, they will have a picture of the symbol "Pi."

Don't forget to download a copy of my custom-made FREE GRAPH PAPER.

Here are some tips:

[1] All points will be on one grid line or another.

[2] A completed picture has been provided to be used as a key.

[3] You can download my custom made FREE GRAPH PAPER from my store.

[4] I have also found that printing graph paper directly from themathworksheetsite.com

helps out, but any graph paper will do.

[5] Remember to copy double-sided when necessary to save paper

Check out these other Pi Day activities

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Pi - A Linear Equation Graphing Activity

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - 30 Systems

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Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Solving Matrices

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Exponential Expressions

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Graphing Trigonometry (in Radians)

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Graphing Trigonometry (in Degrees)

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Solving 2-Step Equations

Decorate your classroom door, using

Grand Entrance - The Classroom Door Coordinate Grid

Also, don't forget to visit my web site:

Mike's Math Market

to check out my extensive collection of Coordinate Graphing Activities at affordable prices.

Thanks AML

Students are given a number of coordinate points to graph. Some of the points are written in function notation (i.e. f(-3) = _____ ). Students use a polynomial bank to evaluate the specific functions and reveal the corresponding coordinate point. Then the students plot and connect the points only within the designated zones. When they are done, they will have a picture of the symbol "Pi."

Don't forget to download a copy of my custom-made FREE GRAPH PAPER.

Here are some tips:

[1] All points will be on one grid line or another.

[2] A completed picture has been provided to be used as a key.

[3] You can download my custom made FREE GRAPH PAPER from my store.

[4] I have also found that printing graph paper directly from themathworksheetsite.com

helps out, but any graph paper will do.

[5] Remember to copy double-sided when necessary to save paper

Check out these other Pi Day activities

Pi - A Coordinate Graphing Activity

Pi - A Linear Equation Graphing Activity

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - 30 Systems

Pi - 4 Math-Then-Graph Activities - Finding Vertices

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Solving Matrices

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Exponential Expressions

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Graphing Trigonometry (in Radians)

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Graphing Trigonometry (in Degrees)

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Solving 2-Step Equations

Decorate your classroom door, using

Grand Entrance - The Classroom Door Coordinate Grid

Also, don't forget to visit my web site:

Mike's Math Market

to check out my extensive collection of Coordinate Graphing Activities at affordable prices.

Thanks AML

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Teaching Duration

45 minutes

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