Tired of students sitting at their desk working on problems? The Solving Systems by Graphing Scavenger Hunt activity will get students up and moving so much they will forget that they are doing math! Put students into groups of 2-4 students and
This is a great activity featuring 10 graphs of linear equations in slope-intercept form. Students get a worksheet to put all their work for the activity on. Graphs include fractions, vertical and horizontal lines and positive/negative slopes.Get
Students will work in pairs to "hunt" for derivatives. Students will use the power, product and quotient rules to help them take derivatives of functions. Students should be familiar with each rule prior to starting this activity. This is a great
This is a great collection of solving quadratic equations by completing the square. Each set (7 all together) has four task cards containing quadratic equations where a=1 and a>1 for students to solve by completing the square. That is 28
In this activity, students will practice graphing absolute value equations of the form f(x)=|mx+b|+c and f(x)=a|x-h|+k. Students will also have to identify the vertex and the domain and range of each function on the Graphing Absolute Value
Students work in groups of 2-4 students to graph 8 different quadratic inequalities (in standard form). This is a great review for an exam, or as an assessment tool for after the lesson is taught.
You can give students one of the individual task
In this activity, students will practice graphing linear inequalities and absolute value inequalities. There are 13 different graphs for students to do and a worksheet for them to record all their graphs. Students will need to be able to simplify
Get students up and moving around the room or school by using this fun activity. Students can be in groups of 2-4 students for this activity. There are 12 systems of equations that will give students plenty of practice with solving systems.
This activity combines factoring quadratics and solving quadratics of the form ax^2+bx+c when a>1. Students will see several examples of Perfect Square Trinomials, Difference of Two Squares, and factoring the GCF patterns. There are also several
That's right my first set of bundled activities. I have put together my scavenger hunts that I use with my Algebra I and Algebra II students for you.
1. Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing (8 systems)
2. Solving Systems of Equations using
Students can work in groups between 2-4 students for this fun activity on solving systems of equations using elimination. Give each group a scavenger card for them to solve, and watch them "hunt" for the next clue. There are 12 systems for
Students will practice factoring polynomials containing four terms in groups of 3-4 students. They can check their answers with the key that is provided. There are 12 different stations that can be printed and placed in the classroom or around
A COMPLETE ACTIVITY with Implicit Differentiation on TPT!!! I am so proud of this activity. It comes with a link to the video lecture on implicit differentiation with an embedded quiz from (EdPuzzle).
This scavenger hunt (circuit) activity
The purpose of the activity is for students to practice solving multi-step equations and inequalities. Working in pairs, or groups students will arrange equations and inequalities in the same row to match a given solution
In this fun activity, students work together to solve 10 different equations involving solving proportions. For the scavenger hunt, there are 10 station cards that need to be printed and put either in your classroom or in the hallway around your
This circuit activity consists of 10 stations in which students practice finding the derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions. The equations require the use of both the power rule and Chain Rule. This activity was written for an AP Calculus
I LOVE Circuit Training or better known as station activities. In this activity, students will practice graphing quadratics in vertex form. Equations include values of a that are positive, negative, and between zero and 1. Students choose any
In this station activity, students are finding the derivatives of several different functions including, rational, polynomial, square root functions and more. Students will also take this idea one step further and find the line tangent to the curve
This activity combines factoring quadratics and solving quadratics of the form ax^2+bx+c when a=1. Students will see several examples of Perfect Square Trinomials, Difference of Two Squares, and factoring the GCF patterns. There are also several
A complete activity for algebra 2 students on composing functions. Students love to get up and move around instead of just sitting at their desk. In this circuit activity, students will be composing functions given equations (including values of x),