These task cards allow students to use their knowledge of arithmetic sequences to solve word problems. Students will work through 14 task cards each containing a word problem relating to an arithmetic sequence. Students will have the opportunity to
Translating written expressions into algebraic expressions is a skill that students always need to practice. This activity turns translating expressions into an interactive game. Students will get up and move around the room to find another
This product provides student with a collaborative, interactive review of independent and dependent variables. Students will use tokens to identify the independent and dependent variables in ten situations. After completing the activity students are
With this product students will match functions given a verbal story to their graphic representation. Students will work with a partner to match real life examples to the unlabeled graphs that could represent their story. It will encourage
Go beyond simply giving notes from the board. Students learn so much more from discovering math concepts than being told math concepts.
In this activity students will work with a partner to come up with their own definitions of 6 properties of
Looking for a way to review continuous and discrete functions? This activity will allow student to determine if a function is continuous or discrete while encouraging student to discuss their reasoning with their peers. Student will work with a
This is a great cooperative challenge to review how to combine like terms. Students will work together to simplify a HUGE expression. Students will have to work together, communicate effectively and organize their information. A set of reflection
These task cards allow students to use their knowledge of the area and perimeter of similar figures to solve word problems. Students will work through 16 task cards each containing a word problem involving finding the area or perimeter of similar
Students love to point out mistakes that others make!
In this activity students will move around the room and look at 16 calculating slope problems. Each problem is solved two different ways. Students will be tasked with the job of determining