Practice identifying key points in a graphed parabola to be able to match to the graph in this fun collaborative activity that will practice many skills. There are 10 pieces in the sequence, most with a diagram of a circle with tangent angles indicated. Students need to match to the correct angle measure. When the pieces have been matched, they are fastened in order to create a fun display.
Since students sometimes need a finished example, I have included 2 separate sequences. If you do not use one as a finished example, you can use it as a homework, or use both in class.
►Print the activity pages 3-7 or 9-11
✂️Cut out the pieces
►Students can begin by identifying intercepts and/or roots.
►Once the students have some key points, match to the graphs, place in order and fasten
Directions include answer "key word" so correct order can easily be checked
Resource also includes student worksheet, showing work in math class is always good☺.
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