Unit circle word wall has references for coordinate pairs, radians and degrees, and 30, 45 and 60 special right triangles. The right triangle references show how leg lengths and coordinates relate to cosine and sine. This math word wall makes a useful visual reference for Geometry, Algebra 2 or Precalculus students learning the unit circle and is a fun project to put together. #unitcircle #mathwordwall
Need a reference angles activity for your Trigonometry or PreCalculus students? This fun and engaging sort will give the learners in your classroom practice finding angles that have the same reference angle (both radians and degrees included). What are you waiting for? Click through to check it out!
Looking for a free unit circle trigonometry activity for your PreCalculus or Trigonometry students? This fun and engaging sequencing activity will give the learners in your classroom practice finding the trigonometric function values of angles on the unit circle (angles given in degrees only). What are you waiting for?! Click through to snag this free resource!
Looking for a coterminal angles activity for your Trigonometry or PreCalculus students? This fun and engaging sort will give the learners in your classroom practice finding angles that are coterminal to one another (both radians and degrees included). What are you waiting for? Click through to check it out! #trigonometry #coterminalangles
Looking for a graphing tangent and cotangent functions activity for your PreCalculus or Trigonometry students? This matching activity will give your students a plethora of practice with graphs of tangent and cotangent (and identifying their key features – period, asymptotes, phase shift, vertical shift, and more)! Go on, click through to check out the activity. You won't be sorry!
Looking for a graphing sine and cosine functions activity for your PreCalculus or Trigonometry students? These task cards will give your students a plethora of practice with graphs of sine and cosine (and identifying their key features – period, amplitude, phase shift, vertical shift, and more)! Go on, click through to check out each included task card! You won’t be sorry!
Are you looking for a graphing sine and cosine functions activity for your Trigonometry or PreCalculus students? Look no further! This fun and engaging coloring activity includes 9 test-prep questions designed to help your students practice their knowledge pertaining to graphs of sine and cosine. Go on, click through to take a closer look at this amazing resource!
Graphing the Sine and Cosine Flip Book with HW / Quiz for Trigonometry, PreCalculus, and some Algebra 2 classes. This Graphing the Sine and Cosine mini bundle reinforces and reviews Amplitude, Phase Shift, Period, Vertical Shift, finding the End Points, and graphing of sinusoidal functions. Over 16 examples, many for students to complete. Great Study Guide, Great activity.
Are you a PreCalculus or Trigonometry teacher that wants to provide their students with some linear and angular speed word problem practice? This coloring activity includes 12 multiple choice questions to help your students master linear and angular velocity. Click through to check out the activity and see every question in the resource!
A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of exponential functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your cla...
This Cut & Paste activity is designed for students enrolled in PreCalculus or Trigonometry. It can also be a refreher for Calculus students. The lesson includes 8 trigonometric identities. Students are provided with the correct steps on a separate page to cut and paste the pieces in the correct progression to verify the identity. This product is also included in my BE INTERACTIVE GOOGLE SLIDES product. If your classroom is one-to-one you should take a look.
Are you looking for a fun way to review basic trigonometry concepts with your PreCalculus students? This introduction to trigonometry spiral review coloring activity includes 12 questions designed to help yours students retain their knowledge of angles in standard position, the unit circle, evaluating trigonometric functions, arc length, coterminal and reference angles, and so much more! Click through to check out this amazing resource in greater detail! You won’t be sorry!
Are you a high school math teacher who wants to go digital? This maze is an interactive and engaging way for your students to practice recognizing angles graphed in standard position (and it works perfectly with Google Drive™). Click through for an up-close look at this amazing classroom resource!
Are you a high school trigonometry teacher looking to get your students some extra practice recognizing angles graphed in standard position? This matching activity will have students identifying over 30 angles graphed in the coordinate plane. Click through to get an up-close look at this amazing resource!