This product has 8 mazes:
1) Using the Unit Circle to Evaluate Functions (FREEBIE!)
2) Finding the Period or Phase Shift of Functions (algebraically only)
3) Solving Trigonometric Equations
4) Simplifying Trigonometric Expressions
5) Using the Law
There are two mazes: 1 for direct substitution and 1 for weird limits (discontinuity, sharp points, infinity, etc..).
This is best for Pre-Calculus students, but if you're teaching Calculus, this is good too!
If you have any questions on how to
In this product, there are 7 editable maze templates for you to choose from in BOTH PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE MODE! There are 2 versions: "type here" version and "no type here."
"type here" version is best for you typing math equations and
In this maze, students are exposed to infinite series and must figure out if they converge or diverge. If it converges, they must find the sum. If it diverges, they must determine if it diverges to negative or positive infinity.
Also included is
In this Google Slides activity, students will be reviewing slope! Topics include:
-Finding slope of a line given a graph
-Finding the slope-intercept form given a graph
-Finding the slope-intercept form given two points
-Find the graph given two
In this activity, students will cut and paste triangles into the answer sheet, which includes compositions. There are two functions that students have to solve for inverses as practice.
Objective: Use the composition and inverse of functions to
In this activity, students will be up around the classroom solving problems involving Sequences and Series. Teachers will assign students a number and their job is to solve the problem that has their number. Students will then find the next problem
In this activity, students will cut and paste hexagons into the answer sheet. Equations include:
There is also a Google Slide version to this activity! Students will cut and
In this activity, students will be up around the classroom solving problems involving anything Polar - from identifying graphs, converting equations, and identifying polar conics.
There are 20 task cards, but I have included a 2 per page, 4 per
In this Google Slides activity, students will be doing an INTERACTIVE scavenger hunt! Students will have to find the standard form or vertex form of a graph, and find a graph given the standard form of vertex form of the equation. Note that in
In this maze activity, students will evaluate ALL 6 trigonometric functions. It is imperative for students to learn all 6 functions before assigning this activity.
This product is included in the Trigonometry Maze Bundle, which can be found in my
In this activity, students will be using Google Slides to match conic graphs with each other. Students must be able to correctly identify a conic graph given the conic form. Students must also correctly identify the standard form of a graph given
As the AP Calculus exam is getting closer, have students complete this fun maze about slope fields! Students will be given a differential equation and their task is to find the correct slope field to proceed to the next question.
In this GOOGLE DRIVE activity, students will be classifying polynomials by degree and number of terms. The highest degree in this activity is 5 (quintic), but only shows up twice. The highest number of terms in this activity is 5 (or "polynomial").
In this product, students will be given a table or a graph and use that to differentiate.
Maze 1 – Finding Derivative Using Table (No Chain Rule)
Maze 2 – Finding Derivative Using Table (With Chain Rule)
Maze 3 – Finding Derivative Using Table