Students will solve 21 quadratic equations with the flexibility to use any appropriate method (quadratic formula, factoring, graphing, taking square roots and/or completing the square) to reveal the mystery drawing! It's the perfect self-checking activity for teachers who are into engaging activities without the hassle or mess of glue and scissors.
This activity is best as an overall review of solving quadratic equations where students can apply different methods or as an activity to practice applying the quadratic formula.
This resource works well as independent practice, homework, extra credit or even as an assignment to leave for the substitute (includes answer key!)
*If you have already purchased the Algebra Mystery Drawings GROWING BUNDLE you will not need to purchase this product separately. Just go to My Purchases in your TpT account and download the most updated version.
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