These Algebra Aerobics Stick Figure Posters are a fun way to display the different types of parent functions in your classroom. These posters are a free resource provided by OKMathTeachers.com.

The OKMath website has a pdf file you can download of 15 different full page stick figure equations. Sadly, the graph of y=sin x appears to be y=-sin x.

What could you do with these in your classroom?

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spallavi

Friday 20th of April 2018

I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article.Thanks for sharing such a nice artcle about aerobics .

Anonymous

Sunday 13th of July 2014

Hi! Here is an interactive version made with GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/material/show/id/134244

Anonymous

Sunday 13th of July 2014

Hi!

Here is an interactive version made with GeoGebra:

https://www.geogebra.org/material/show/id/134244

Best regards!

Elizabeth

Friday 11th of July 2014

these are GREAT!!! I am sharing these with our Algebra teacher! THANK YOU!!!

Elizabeth Hodges Herald

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Friday 11th of July 2014

Yes, please share! I thought all math teachers should have access to them - not just Oklahoma math teachers!

Unknown

Friday 11th of July 2014

I love them! I think any opportunity to have students model academic content with physical actions helps them understand and remember. I still remember using hand motions to describe mitosis and meiosis in high school biology! Wish I could find a way to use these guys in teaching German...

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Friday 11th of July 2014

Completely agree! We played Simon Says with the different types of slope last year. Maybe we could do Parent Function Simon Says this year in Alg 2...

As for using these in German, I'm all out of ideas. :)