There are several ways to use these motion graph cards. Here are some of the activities that I found success with so far.
Matchmakers - Pass out the cards to all students in the class and challenge them to find another graph that describes the same motion. When students feel like they have located their match I have them come up to me as a pair to check their work. If they have it correct, I have them explain to me how they know they are a match and then they get to sit down. If it is not correct, I locate a feature of their graphs that disproves their theory and they return to the pool of students. If there are less than 32 students in the class, I just place the extra cards on a table somewhere so they know that they might have to find their match over there instead of someone else's hand.
Four Corners (Stand Up/Sit Down) - Once everyone in the class has a card, I ask them a series of questions to organize themselves by. According to the answers, students could either be asked to stand in a different part of the room or simply stand up/sit down as the question instructs.
Card Sort - Provide all 32 cards to a group to pair up or sort into groups as they see fit.
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