a nifty domain and range trick from an online workshop about using stickie notes to help “frame” the graph of a function. The idea is to use 4 notes so that all you see is the graph, which can make identifying the domain and range a little easier
This Quadratic Functions: Key Features foldable can be used as a summary tool for your interactive notebooks. Or the foldable can be used as a record sheet for my Quadratic Functions: Matching Game. Includes graphing, algebraic equation, and characteristics such as domain and range; increasing and decreasing; positive and negative; zero(s); and even, odd or neither.
Use this review to help students understand the different aspects of quadratic functions. Transformations, roots, zeros, line of symmetry, vertex, minimum and maximum points can be easily referenced by students. Your students will love it!
modeling with angry birds: where will it land This is a fantastic activity that students just love. With over 250 million downloads, they all know the game and it’s a great way to apply their knowledge of quadratics to a familiar and fun setting.