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Students love foldables! Help your students gain mastery of solving right triangles using trig ratios with this great foldable. Includes examples for solving for a missing side using sine, cosine, and tangent, and examples for solving for a missing angle using inverse functions.
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Get your students up and out of their seats and discovering how to find the converse, inverse and contrapositive of conditional statements with this 7 minute kinesthetic activity! It's a nice break for you and your students. This fun activity helps them remember which term means what. Since teaching

My students struggled with the types of triangles, so I came up with these clever sayings to help them.
My students LOVE drawing these, and they have really made a difference. I hope that they work just as well for you!!!
This file includes three original sayings and pictures to help your student

Lines and Angles I
One in a series of Mathematics Wall Posters for Primary, Middle School and High School classrooms, that will address all Common Core Standards concepts.
13 Posters
Definition of a line
Straight Line
Line Segment
Parallel Lines
Perpendicular Lines
Intersecting Lines
Definition

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This product includes 4 informational squares to keep at or on your students' desks as a quick reference for geometry concepts. It’s intended use is for the Target Square Pockets but the cards can also be used on a binder ring.
This requires very little prep. Download, print, cut, and go!
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This poster can be posted on your bulletin board or around the classroom as a visual cue or mnemonic device to help students remember the different kinds of lines.
Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting Lines Poster by Suzie's Angle is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4

This poster was created to help students identify basic geometric terminology. Certain key letters are highlighted to visually remind the student of the definition of each geometric term.
I have used these mnemonic devices successfully in my sixth grade classroom. This learning device has been us

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Math Anchor Chart:
Angles and Triangles Reference Chart
Great Mnemonics for Geometry lessons and Test Prep
I use these chants (along with gestures) to teach my students the differences between Angles and Triangles. Once they practice these enough times, they have them memorized for any test! I h

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Students will be able to remember the area formula for the square, rectangle, parallelogram, triangle, and circle after learning this mnemonic song to the tune of "Miss Mary Mack." I think your students will really enjoy this song.
Thanks,
Suzanne Osborne

Triangles I
One in a series of Mathematics Wall Posters for Primary, Middle School and High School classrooms, addressing all Common Core Standards concepts.
12 Posters
Triangle
Sum of Angles in a triangle
Scalene
Equilateral
Isosceles
Right Triangle
Hypotenuse
Altitude of a Triangle
Median
Bise

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In this resource I have changed the cube into a superman character called Super Cube. I basically describe the cube, tell how to find the volume of a cube and a rectangular prism. This resource is meant to get your student's attention at the beginning of the lesson on volume.

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These instructional visuals and flashcards serve as effective mnemonic tools designed to help students master the names and characteristics of a variety of shapes. These visuals were effectively used in my own classroom with my students, as well as with the students of my team members, offering them

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I designed these three sayings to help my students remember the different types of triangles.
This file includes a special saying for each of the three types of triangles, and a drawn example of each (with dogs), and a suggested way to use them in your classroom.
I hope that you find these as hel

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FREE!!! This is the Really Delicious Chocolate (RDC) Circle that is taught to students to help them have a visual aide for converting between the parts of a circle; radius, diameter, circumference. Once you teach this to students, they can easily draw the RDC Circle at the top of each worksheet, pra

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This visual mnemonic device shows that a trapezoid is simply a triangle with its "head cut off". The kids absolutely loved this memory tool and they ALL remembered what a trapezoid was because of it.

This is a quarter-page sized, no staple booklet of the Algebraic Properties. This is the pdf version, but once purchased, feel free to email me for the original editable version. My email is on the directions sheet. This product includes cut and fold directions, student fill-in-the blank booklet,

Flipbook
When to use this method
Steps for solving a problem
2 examples
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Common Core Math 7 has that sneaky little standard that hints at the Triangle Inequality Theorem (7.G.2). Post this in your room to give your kids a laugh and an extra way to understand and remember it.
A full investigation/lesson on the Triangle Inequality Theorem is also available at my TpT store

A quick mnemonic for measuring angles with a protractor - Extend the rays, Estimate the answer (above or below 90 degrees) and now it's Easy to determine which number on the protractor to choose. Common Core Math standards require students to know and measure angles - but it is always confusing on

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