Here's what I came up with:

I tried to include as many different relations as possible in as organized a way as possible to reduce cutting time. Students don't have to think about how to cut around each relation. They just have to cut on the dotted lines.

And, as a bonus, you only need to print one sheet per three students!

I decided to print them on blue paper.

Some of my students did their sorting in their notebooks.

Others did their sorting on their desk then glued the results in their notebooks afterwards.

Either way, I did enforce that students get their sorting checked BEFORE gluing them in their notebooks!

You can download the file for this activity here.

Awesome! Can't wait to do this with my kiddos!!

ReplyDeletePerfect, thank you. Just started functions today :)

ReplyDeleteIt never fails that right after I complete a topic, you post something new for it ;) haha....next year!

ReplyDelete~Elizabeth

I was looking at the OpenMiddle problem you have on creating 3 functions and 3 non-functions. It looks like they cut out the numbers to fill them in for the chart, but how many sets of numbers do they need? Is it 6? It looks like an awesome activity, but I'm looking for more explanation on it please.

ReplyDeleteThank you so much for all of your resources. Here is the card sort broken into sections on Desmos (my kids need to take it slow...) https://teacher.desmos.com/activitybuilder/custom/5a728cf7ac00fb3c93b23a4a

ReplyDeleteThis is awesome idea, will try with my kids too. Thanks.

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