Each strip is a unique puzzle that contains 4 quadratic expressions in both standard form and factored form, including difference of squares and trinomials (a=1 and a>1). I have my students cut the squares out and match the standard form and the
This activity has students match a variety of graphs to the correct domains and ranges. This activity includes cards for both interval and set builder notation, complete with answer sheet and answer key.
Students will simplify, add, subtract, multiply, or divide radicals. Simplified answers have a color assigned to them, so it is like a color-by-number but color-by-radical. I copied the back of the coloring sheet with an "answer sheet" where there