Students must identify if a sequence is Arithmetic or Geometric. Then based on the type of sequence it is they must determine what the common difference or common ratio is.
This activity could be used as a homework, spiral review, or an
Students complete guided notes with examples to learn about different types of sequences. The notes could be self completed if students have access to technology and videos or teacher driven if that access is not readily availale.
Students compete with a partner to master multiplication and division of integers in this fun game! Students roll a dice to determine what problem to solve. If the problem is solved correctly, student puts his/her initials in the box. Great to
Students are given choices to explain the properties of real numbers as a culminating project. Some of the choices include: Make a book cover to explain the properties, create an advertisement, create a commercial, create a song/rap, etc....
Students will love working in groups to solve one step inequalities and create this awesome paper chain! The problem on one strip matches up to the answer on another strip of paper. You can either have the papers cut for your students or allow