Every year, my students have a difficult time with this. I've created this study guide and blank graph activity to help my students to better understand how graphing speed works. This give examples and explains each example to help students understand what the lines that go up, down, stay flat, or are curved mean. The final page of this study guide has four blank distance/time graphs that teachers can use.
Check out the preview to see if it is something that you'd like your students to have in their journals also.
There is a SECOND VERSION here:
Speed Graph Study Guide 2.0
This version has all the same graphs as the original. The difference is that this new version is for printing on legal paper. This allows for more graphs on less paper. It is less paper, less cutting, and easier to assemble. It also fits on a single page in a journal when folded up. You might like this one better. It is also the same price!
Let me know what you think! Thanks!
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