Help students remember the difference between concave up and concave down with these free printable concavity posters for the precalculus or calculus classroom.

# Calculus

Looking for a fun mathematical gift for graduating seniors in the class of 2023? I created this free SVG file which can be used to make stickers or vinyl decals for the math-loving graduates in your life. I used this SVG file to create class of 2023 stickers for my AP Calculus AB students who …

This calculus graph sketching activity for connecting f, f’, and f” was inspired by a worksheet shared by Mike Koehler at the AP Calculus AB Summer Institute I attended last summer. The original worksheet shared at the APSI included eight small coordinate planes with eight points labeled on each coordinate plane. Students were instructed to …

Having trouble remembering all of the different derivative rules? Check out this free printable derivatives formula chart I created for my AP Calculus students to use as a reference. It is available to download both as a PDF and WORD document. I wanted to create a one-page reference chart for my calculus students to reference …

This is my first year teaching AP® Calculus AB, and I am really enjoying delving deep into an area of math that I haven’t really looked at or thought about much since completing my math degree. This year, I am following College Board’s AP® Calculus Course and Exam Description (CED) as my course syllabus, so …

I created this limits graph sketching activity to give my AP calculus students some much-needed practice interpreting limit notation. Last week, my calculus students really struggled with this graph sketching problem from Bryan Passwater‘s fabulous AP Calculus notes. I found that my students were a bit overwhelmed by the amount of information given to them …