I really don’t know how people taught before the internet. Luckily, I don’t have to! I found some beautiful “end behavior” cards on the amazing Amy Gruen’s blog, “Square Root of Negative One Teach Math“. I doubled the set, adding the number of roots (real and imaginary), as well as direction and wanted to share them back out.

I passed them out to review end behavior and roots, but I wish I would have had these as a discovery lesson to introduce the concepts.

The amazing Amy is some sort of card sort savant. I also saw a Desmos card sort that I can’t wait to explore.

Polynomial Roots and End Behavior Cards (these are just the word cards, the graph cards that go with them can be found on Amy’s blog.) Thanks Amy!

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Is there any way to get the graphs without paying for a membership to Scrib? I’d love to use this activity with my class. I could draw them myself, I suppose, but it would be nice to be able to download them since they’ve already been done.

You can upload a document you have created to get a free download. But it has to be an original document not one you have copied and modified.

how doy you download with paying membership?

You can upload a document you have created to get a free download. But it has to be an original document not one you have copied and modified.