In this activity students use their knowledge of functions and graphs to match piecewise functions to their graphs. Students cut out all of the cards and then match each piecewise function card to its graph card. This card matching activity can be catered to the specific needs of your classroom! You could use as few as 20 cards (match 10 functions to their 10 solution cards) or all 40 cards (match 20 piecewise functions to their graphs). You can customize the answer key to your needs by highlighting only the cards/matches that students are supposed to complete for your class. This activity can be used in a variety of ways including as an in class pairs activity, interactive notebook page, or individual assessment of student understanding.
The 1st and 3rd pages of matching cards go together and consist of piecewise functions that include linear functions and/or quadratic functions. The 2nd and 4th pages of matching cards go together and consist of piecewise functions that include linear functions, absolute value functions, sine, and cosine. You could make separate sets or use them as one big set of all 40 cards. The options are endless!
Included in this download:
- 40 cards (20 piece function cards and 20 graph cards)
- Table for students to record their answers (2 tables per sheet)
- Answer Key (2 answer keys per sheet)
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