Print Graphs on Post It Sticky Notes
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Math, Algebra, Algebra 2, Applied Math, Calculus, Common Core, Graphing, PreCalculus
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For Parents, Graphic Organizer, Math Center Idea, Printable
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Innovative Fun Time Saver for all Math classes 6 - 12+. Easily print blank graphs on Post It Brand or any brand sticky notes.

What’s included:

Master template for 3” x 3” Post Itâ or any brand Sticky Notes

Templates for 9 different graph types:
Number line
Trig Graph with labeled axes
Polar Trig Graph not labeled
Polar Trig Graph labeled with degrees and radians
Normal Distribution labeled with standard deviations
10 x 10 grid numbered on axes 
20 x 20 grid numbered on axes 
20 x 20 grid unnumbered axes 
40 x 40 grid unnumbered axes

Complete easy to follow directions to create the notes on an inkjet printer.
You will be up and running in a few minutes. Stock up in those sticky notes, you are going to love this product!!

These are great for Pre Algebra through Calculus. What students wouldn't want to graph on a brightly colored sticky note to put on his/her HW and notes or to include in an Interactive Journal? 

There are so many ideas to use these in math classes, I see a blog in my future. A few ideas: Have one group of students graph some functions on the notes that your class is studying It could be anything from lines to conics. They stick them on a sheet of paper and pass them to the next group who has to determine which function is which. Great for transformations! 
The notes print dark enough to see the graphs, but light enough to write on them. A flair pen is nice, but my all time favorite is the Frixionâ erasable pens. Another Idea - Have a scavenger hunt. Make graphs, leave them around the room and have the students match them up with equations written on a white board. Use the line graphs for greater than and less than examples, absolute value inequalities, and interval notation. The polar graphs and trig graphs are perfect for trig, and the bell curve is great for that Statistics unit.
You can even put a graph on a test before you photocopy it for a perfect graph. The possibilities are endless. I certainly hope you like this product and requests are gladly taken for more templates.

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