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This is one of my student’s favorite activities. Who doesn’t want to go outside and map out some vectors? It works well in physics or trigonometry for understanding how to add and subtract multiple vectors.
10 different maps are provided for student groups to make their way from a single point

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This is a discovery activity that will guide your students to deriving the distance formula using the Pythagorean Theorem. This is a partner activity that is an introduction before you give notes.
This resource includes:
-Background Building Activity
-A Discovery Activity
-Reflection

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Also included in: Distance Formula Activity Bundle

Use inquiry learning to get students to discover and describe the effects of transformations. The Effects of Transformations Discovery Lab is an engaging activity to activate prior knowledge about transformations and for students to use a discovery approach as a perfect introduction to this concept.

Also included in: Effects of Transformations Activities

Students love hands on learning. Help your students understand and remember the Pythagorean Theorem by having them do this lab.
Students will work in teams to use PCV pipes, tape measures, and calculators to determine the height of tape marks the teacher has placed high on a school wall.
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-Each student needs a set of snap cubes (they will only use at most 9 at a time), an individual whiteboard or other hard moveable surface, handout, and pencil.
-Have students label whiteboard with FRONT, BACK, LEFT, and RIGHT as shown on the next page.
-Walk students through how to build the first

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Students use inquiry to explore the properties of rotations on a coordinate plane using their own snowflakes. Students are given specific directions on how to make their snowflake, line it up on graph paper, and follow the holes around the snowflake in order to discover the properties of rotation. T

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Also included in: Transformations Bundle

In this lab, students work through 12 stations. At each station, there are 2 similar figures. Students must find the length of a missing side on one of the shapes. Also included is a student worksheet on which students must write a proportion for each problem.

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This project is the culmination of the perimeter, area, volume unit. It can be used as a task for the Common Core, or real world application of the measurement unit. Students estimate the cost to build a backyard, with a swimming pool, deck, shed, playset area, garden, and brick walkway. Using th

This highly engaging activity, gives your students practice at calculating the area of circles and practicing measuring with a ruler. Kids love this activity! Great for classroom or tutoring use!

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An Exploration into Geometry using Geometry Software, such as Geogebra(free open source). Students create, explore, analyze, define, and compare points, lines, planes, segments, and angles using online open source Geometry Software such as Geogebra. Students will write and reflect mathematics. Stu

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This activity is designed to be used with a geoboard (11 x 11 pegs). An alternative for geoboards is included in this package (index size cards with 11 x 11 geoboards). Students explore the meaning of perimeter and area by constructing polygons on the geoboard with rubber bands or drawing line segm

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In this inquiry activity, students will use clip art to discover the properties of similar figures (corresponding sides proportional and corresponding angles equal). Have students pick out a clip art that represents them. It is preferable to choose clip art that has some straight lines and definit

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In this investigation, students will use raw spaghetti and mini marshmallows to discover how the surface area and volume of a prism relate to the surface area and volume of the respective oblique prism. Students will be asked to create a rectangular prism using marshmallows to connect the vertices.

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A video explaining the construction of angle bisectors and the incenter of triangles.

Students will use the properties of quadrilaterals to decide if a figure with the given characteristics is possible or impossible to create. If it is possible, than they can use Geometer's Sketchpad or other software to create it.

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Want to introduce your students to the probability of something happening? Want to peak their interest before you start a probability unit? This experiment based activity allows students to find the probability of something happening while having fun and popping bubble gum bubbles!

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This activity gives you instructions using a geometer's sketchpad file entitled "Points of Concurrency". With the sketchpad files students will learn the special properties of the circumcenter, incenter, centroid, and orthocenter when they are contructed in a triangle. With sketchpad it is possibl

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This quick lab activity gives students hands-on experience to calculate pi x diameter = circumference for any size circle, providing proof that Pi is always 3.14... for any sized circle.
Scanned copy of a solution page is included.
This file is also included in the "Circle Graph - Survey Project -

A visual proof of the Pythagorean Theorem as a PPT presentation. On the last slide, there is a .doc file embedded for use as a geometric investigation of the Pythagorean Theorem, having students arrive at the geometric idea of "The square on the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares on the

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Discovering Transformations in RIGID Motion with Geogebra is a lesson that includes almost all of the Geometry Congruence Common Core State Standards in an activities that allows students to explore the concepts of TRANSLATION, REFLECTION, ROTATION, and CONGRUENCE by SSS, SAS and ASA.
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Are your students struggling with understanding basic trig functions? Are you looking for something simple that will both excite your students and strengthen their basic trig skills? If you answered yes to any of those questions then this "trig lab" will be perfect for you! Before starting this you

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Many social studies teachers start their year with teaching or reviewing geography through Powerpoints and activities in which students read and draw maps. Shortly after teachers move on to other important information and geography falls by the wayside of instruction. Technological alternatives to

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Are you looking for a way to raise the rigor of your math class to meet common core standards but also keep it age appropriate and fun? That is exactly what I was looking for so I created this volume lab for my students. It worked so that I will be using it for many years.
Before you download,

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