I teach high school math, and it was always a challenge to find holiday themed math activities for my students in secondary math classes. Therefore through Qwizy), I decided to generate mass amounts of Pixel Art Mystery Pictures to fill this need and provide teachers with so many options, they can differentiate their holiday lessons or classes however they see fit.
Each Pixel Art Mystery Picture set contains 105+ activity pages for you and your students. You can choose to use them in any combination to best suite your classroom's needs. You get 5 different Problem Sets each containing 15 different Questions for the students to answer and then color in their mystery grid to reveal 1 of 21+ different pictures! So if you have a class where you want to encourage individual work, hand our a different problem set page to students in proximity to one another. Or if you wish to encourage group work, hand out the same problem set to each group or class and have them work together, however their mystery pictures will still be different so they will all have to complete their own activity.
However you and your students choose to use our Pixel Art Mystery Pictures, we know it will be just what your classroom needs to encourage students to practice the concepts they are learning with minimal input from the teacher. Now, let's look at a few of our Pixel Art activities:
Halloween Math: Multiplying Positive Integers Level 1 Pixel Art Coloring Activity includes all you need to host an engaging coloring session and review the multiplication of positive integers at the same time! Students will be asked to evaluate the product of expressions containing positive integers ranging from 1 to 13.
Thanksgiving Math: Derivatives Exponents and Logs Pixel Art Mystery Pictures include all you need to host an engaging coloring session and review Exponential and Logarithmic Derivatives at the same time! Functions include exponentials of the base e and other constants, natural logarithms, and additional logarithms of varying bases for the students to differentiate using Exponential and Logarithmic Derivatives and the Chain Rule.
Christmas: Algebra One & Two-Step Equations Pixel Art Mystery Pictures include all you need to color and review solving linear equations! Students are asked to solve linear equations that contain integer and fractional constants and variables. Each equation will only need one or two steps to be solved.
Valentine’s Day: Adding and Subtracting Decimals Pixel Art Mystery Pictures includes all you need to color and review the addition and subtraction of decimals at the same time! Students will be asked to evaluate the addition and subtraction of decimals containing positive and negative numbers ranging from -25 to 25 with 0 to 3 decimal places.
Thanksgiving Math: Derivatives REVIEW Pixel Art Mystery Pictures include all you need to color and review all the Derivative Rules at the same time! Derivative Rules include: ∙ Constant and Power Rules ∙ Product and Quotient Rules ∙ Chain Rules ∙ Exponential and Logarithmic Rules ∙ Trigonometric and Inverse Trig Rules ∙ Implicit Differentiation
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