I created this foldable to teach finding the rule for an arithmetic sequence by graphing to my Algebra 1 students. As I posted before, this is my first year teaching sequences in Algebra 1. The new Oklahoma math standards (OAS) include this standard: A1.A.3.5 Recognize that arithmetic sequences are linear using equations, tables, graphs, and …

# Sequences/Series

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 …

This post will short, simple, and to the point because that’s all my wedding planning frazzled mind can handle. 10 days to go. 😀 My Algebra 2 students recently started our next unit on sequences and series. To kick things off, I made a foldable that summarizes the differences between arithmetic sequences, geometric sequences, and …

I created these arithmetic and geometric sequences and series foldables to help my Algebra 2 students to help them keep track of what each variable in the formulas stands for. We glued the foldables in our interactive notebooks with some practice problems. One of my last Algebra 2 units before state testing was arithmetic and …