You don't have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick's day! Qwizy's St. Patrick's Day Pixel Art Mystery Pictures gives everyone a chance to find their own pot of gold while engaging in fun math activities. All of our St. Patrick's Day Pixel Arts are available for 2nd grade up to AP Calculus, and are a creative way to celebrate the best March holiday.
Qwizy's St. Patricks Day Pixel Art sets, sold on TPT, contain 130 unique activity pages for you and your students. You get 5 different Problem Sets each containing 15 different Questions for the students to answer and then color in their mystery grids to reveal 1 of 26 different St. Patrick's Day themed images! You can choose to use them however you want, either print out one problem set per class or print them all out and mix them up.
However you choose to use our St. Patrick's Day Pixel Art Mystery Pictures, we know it will be just what your students needs to gain that extra practice with the concepts they are learning. Now, let's look at a few of our St. Patrick's Day Pixel Art activities:
St. Patrick's Day: Adding and Subtracting Integers #2 Pixel Art Mystery Pictures includes all you need to color and review the addition and subtraction of integers at the same time! Students will be asked to evaluate the addition and subtraction of expressions containing positive and negative numbers ranging from 0 - 50.
St. Patrick's Day: Algebra Simplifying Exponents Pixel Art Mystery Pictures includes all you need to color and review Exponent Rules at the same time! Expressions include monomials of one or two variables with positive or negative exponents being multiplied or divided for the students to simplify.
St. Patrick's Day: Systems of Equations Pixel Art Mystery Pictures include all you need to color and review solving systems at the same time. The systems of linear equations include 2 variables, x & y. All solutions are integers expressed as points (x, y). Equations are written in standard form, slope intercept form, and also completely mixed up.
St. Patrick's Day: Derivatives Implicit Differentiation Pixel Art Mystery Pictures is the perfect activity for your students to sharpen their understanding of Implicit Differentiation! Students will be differentiating functions of y that are written IMPLICITLY as functions of x.
St. Patrick's Day: Integrals U-substitution Pixel Art Mystery Pictures include all you need to color and review U-substitution at the same time! Functions include polynomial expression that have the following types of exponents: Positive Integers in Numerator and Denominator, Negative Integers, Rationals, and Radicals.
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