I love math templates because of their versatility. They are great for warm-ups, quick checks for understanding, exit tickets and even as a way to keep students in their seats those last 5 minutes of class!

This template is set up for graphing exponential functions and finding their key information: parent function, shifts, domain, range, increasing, decreasing intervals, horizontal asymptote, and whether the function is a growth function or decay. Students can then graph their functions on the grid at the top.

This template is based on an exponential functions reference sheet that I had made for students to help with the steps of graphing. I also recorded a video to go along with the sheet (linked in the post) that you can send to students working online or use as part of a flipped classroom. Students can add the sheet to their notebooks or it can be enlarged for a classroom math word wall.

Exponential functions on an Algebra 2 word wall |

You can find the

**free**exponential functions template here.

There are lots more free math templates to see here.

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