This is a great activity for students to find inverses of functions. These functions include linear functions, quadratic functions, exponential functions, and square root functions. Students should use a ruler to connect the function with its
This is a great activity to help practice solving multi-step equations. These problems involve combining like terms, distribution, and some even involve decimals/fractions. Students need to cut out the triangles and lay them out on the desk. They
This activity contains single and multi-step unit conversions. Students will get great practice and be able to apply their knowledge of unit conversions to the real world. This can be used as in class practice or even homework! There are two to a
This activity lets students practice determining if relations are functions by looking at graphs, tables, and mapping diagrams. This is a fun and engaging way to practice. Students should split their notebooks in half and label one side "function"
This activity provides students practice with arithmetic and geometric sequences and series. The main focus is on writing explicit rules, finding nth terms, and finding the sum of n terms. There are a variety of different questions for them to
This activity gives students practice with solving equations through a fun and engaging activity. Print the activity two sided. Cut out each card and put them all together in a pile. Students begin by laying each card answer side up on their desk.
This activity provides students practice with factoring polynomials, sequences and series and graphing sine and cosine functions. There are a variety of different questions for them to solve.
You should print double sided and then cut out the
This activity provides students practice with solving quadratic functions by factoring when a = 1. There are a variety of different questions for them to solve.
You should print double sided and then cut out the cards beforehand.
In order to do
This is a great way to practice solving systems of equations algebraically. Students should use a ruler to connect the dot next to the problem with the dot next to the answer. The letter that the line intersects is the letter they should put down