In this activity, students graph 11 conic sections to create an Emoji!
This download includes 2 versions (choose whichever works best for your class):
-Worksheet with conics written in general conic form with space to work
-Worksheet with conics in
This is a 12 question scavenger hunt on proportional parts created by similar triangles. Problems require students to use the Side-Splitter Theorem, the Corollary to Side-Splitter Theorem (Parallel Lines), and the Triangle-Angle-Bisector Theorem to
This is a 16 question scavenger hunt on the properties/theorems about circles. Problems include tangent lines, chords, arcs, central angles, inscribed angles, secant lines, and the theorems of segments/angles involving circles. Students are either
This is a 10 question scavenger hunt on writing a linear function from a table of values. Students need to use the table of values to write the function in slope-intercept form. Problems include tables where the y-intercept is given and problems
This is a 12 question scavenger hunt activity on simplifying polynomial expressions. Problems include adding, subtracting, and multiplying polynomials. Multiplying includes distributing a monomial and multiplying binomials by both binomials and
This is a 15 question scavenger hunt on segment/angle additions postulates. Problems include Geometry vocabulary such as congruent segment/angles, angle bisectors, midpoint, vertical angles, complimentary, supplementary, etc. Problems involve
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Scavenger hunts are a great way to get students actively engaged. I find
This is a 15 question scavenger hunt on Right Triangles and Right Triangle Trigonometry. Problems include special right triangles (30-60-90/45-45-90), The Pythagorean Theorem, and using sine/cosine/tangent to find missing sides/angles. One problem
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This is a 15 question scavenger hunt on solving equations involving square roots and rational exponents. Problems have one, two, or no solutions. Problems with extraneous solutions are included.
Scavenger hunts are a great way to get students
This is a 16 question scavenger hunt on writing domain and range from a graph in interval notation (8 domain questions/8 range questions). All graphs included are non-continuous. I have found that this is a good activity to use as a review of
This is a 12 question scavenger hunt on solving exponential and logarithmic equations. Please view the preview of this activity to see the types of problems that are included. When solving exponential and logarithmic equations, I find that is
This activity includes 32 quiz quiz trade cards on evaluating logarithms. Any time my students seem to be sleepy or bored, I like to pull out a quiz quiz trade activity. Getting up, moving around the room, talking to and helping each other helps
This is a 15 question scavenger hunt activity on factoring quadratic binomials and trinomials. Problems include polynomials that:-only factor out a GCF-are prime-are difference of square binomials-are trinomials with a=1-have a GCF and then a
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My students LOVE playing this game! This is a BINGO game involving solving linear equations. I used this as a fun review activity in my Algebra class. Problems range from basic 1-step equations to multi-step equations. There are 3 problems
I love activities that get my students up, moving around, and working together while practicing the material. This "Mix and Freeze" is a great short activity to help students practice multiplying with exponents. This activity includes 24 cards