# 40 Calculus Circuits

L’Hospital’s Rule Circuit (calculus)

Three notes:  First, I teach early transcendentals, so if you are interested in a circuit, please read the description on TpT AND work the circuit before you assign it to your students.  Second, I know the site name is Teachers pay Teachers, but really you should have your district, school or department reimburse you for these purchases!  Finally, if you are interested in a starter set of six calculus circuits, click here.

Before we really dig in:

1. Using Tables  FREE!  Domain and Range  FREE!

Limits:

Derivatives:

NEW: Chain Rule FREE

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Applications of the Derivative:

19. Optimization

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NEW:  Derivatives n More (motion)  FREE!

Integration:

21. Riemann Sums

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Applications of the Integral:

29. Volumes of Revolution  FREE!

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End of Semester/Course Circuits (these involve the definite and indefinite integral):

36. Calculus Review  FREE!

40. The Last Circuit!  FREE!

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OTHER SITES FOR CIRCUITS

Nicole Lang’s Circuits

Mark Kiraly’s Circuits

Erica Arrington’s Circuits

Black River Math

One final note:  You can go to any site on TpT and click on the CUSTOM CATEGORIES to select only for calculus or matching activities, e.g.

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## 6 thoughts on “40 Calculus Circuits”

1. JULI SHANBLATT

Thank you so much for this–just today I was looking at TpT, trying to figure out which to do first!

• You are welcome!

2. Erica Arrington

This is GREAT! I have most of your circuits and often wonder what the ideal order for them is. This is a hugely valuable resource!

• Thanks, Erica! The new L’Hospital’s rule circuit can be used in the applications of the derivative section, but it has two integrals as the last two questions so I put it with the end of the year stuff. Also, the DE circuit could come before volume (that’s actually when I cover DE) but I put it later in the order. Hope it helps! Make your circuit binder this summer!!