My Algebra 2 students completed this arithmetic geometric or neither color coding activity after we created our arithmetic, geometric, or neither foldable in our interactive notebooks.
Students had to create a key for the color coding activity by coloring the words “arithmetic,” “geometric,” and “neither” at the top of the page. Then, they colored each sequence (usually just highlighted) to match its type.
Finally, if it was arithmetic, they identified the common difference, and if it was geometric, they identified the common ratio.
Free Download of Arithmetic Geometric or Neither Color Coding Activity
More Activities for Teaching Sequences and Series
- The Splice is Right Puzzle
- Step Puzzles by Naoki Inaba – A Logic Puzzle for Introducing Arithmetic Sequences
- Classifying Sequences Task from Mathspad
- Classifying Sequences Activity – Arithmetic, Geometric, or Neither?
- Types of Sequences Graphic Organizer
- Graphing Geometric Sequences Foldable
- Geometric Sequences Practice Sheet
- Geometric Sequences Formula Graphic Organizer
- Arithmetic Sequences Practice Sheet
- DINO Method for Finding the nth Term of an Arithmetic Sequence
- Finding the Rule for an Arithmetic Sequence by Graphing Foldable
- Arithmetic Geometric or Neither Color Coding Activity
- Arithmetic, Geometric, or Neither Foldable
- Sequences and Series Foldables