# Quadratic function

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FREEBIE mini book station activity for teaching students to graph quadratic functions!

Round robin & jigsaw combo activity - Addresses transformations on quadratic functions – vertical & horizontal shifts; narrow/wide & reflection; mutliple changes.

Anchor chart for Algebra II EOC Review on Solving a Quadratic Equation ... made by Brandi Carey, Aubrey Wright, and Evan Payne (April 2013).

Transformations of the quadratic function - graphic organizer. Students love having all of the transformations on one clear sheet that they can refer to often. Two fill-in versions included for different levels!!!

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!

Math = Love: Different Forms of a Quadratic Function - Foldable and Flyswatter Game

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.

Quadratic Functions Foldable: This foldable covers domain and range and the main vocabulary of quadratic functions: vertex, axis of symmetry, parabola, zeros/roots, and y-intercept. The student quickly puts the foldable together with a few cuts and folds and then fills in the definitions under each corresponding flap. Then they identify each part on the given parabola that is already graphed for them. Great for review of concepts. Can be glued into interactive notebook and used as a study…

High Heels in High School: Quadratic Functions Foldable

High Heels in High School: Quadratic Functions Foldable