Elevate your AP Precalculus course to new heights with this selection of hands-on activities and engaging resources. This blog post is your gateway to a wealth of materials designed to inspire learning and foster a deeper understanding of precalculus for your students.

This is my first year teaching AP Precalculus, so this blog post is definitely a work in progress. I will update this post as I create more AP Precalculus activities for my students.

## Year-Long Resources

These resources are designed to be used throughout the entire year of AP Precalculus.

### AP Precalculus Unit Dividers

Keep yourself and your AP Precalculus students organized with these free printable unit dividers for each unit of the AP Precalculus course as laid out by College Board in the Course & Exam Description (CED).

Each unit divider features the approximate AP exam weighting for that unit.

## Unit 1: Polynomial and Rational Functions

### Concavity Posters

Are your AP Precalculus students struggling to remember the difference between concave up and concave down? Check out this free printable set of concavity posters.

*AP Precalculus Topic 1.1 Change in Tandem *

### End Behavior of Rational Functions Stations Activity

Engage our students with these six different stations which involve understanding the end behavior of rational functions and limit notation.

*AP Precalculus Topic 1.7 Rational Functions and End Behavior *

### Transformations of Functions Word Search Activity

This Transformations of Functions Word Search activity was originally designed for Algebra 2 students, but I have found great success using it with my AP Precalculus students as we reviewed sketching transformations of functions including horizontal and vertical dilations, reflections, and translations.

*AP Precalculus Topic 1.12 Transformations of Functions*

## Unit 2: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Coming Soon! As I make it further in the year, I will update this post with more activities for the later topics in the course.

## Unit 3: Trigonometric and Polar Functions

Coming Soon! As I make it further in the year, I will update this post with more activities for the later topics in the course.

## Unit 4: Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices

Coming Soon! As I make it further in the year, I will update this post with more activities for the later topics in the course.