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Pi Day
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A 20 question web quest that students can use to learn some things about the number pi - including a little bit of history and some fun facts.
Some suggestions of web resources that can be used to research pi and Pi Day, including two video clips that could be

Who is Pythagoras and why is he so important?
Within this resource you will find a Webquest created to help students understand the Pythagorean Theorem, by providing them with the opportunity to acquire knowledge on their own, and at their own pace.
This particular Webquest includes 7 questions, r

This webquest was designed to challenge my high achievers to find geometric solids in real life settings. This is a great culminating or critical thinking activity. It could also be used during math center time.

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Students will learn about tessellations in this fun, interactive Web-Quest! Throughout the Web-Quest, students will define the following terms: tessellation (natural and man-made), transformation (translation, rotation, reflection), symmetry, polygon and many more! Students will read about the histo

Hyperdocs are an awesome way to extend for your students while using tech. Upload this as a Google Doc and it becomes an interactive worksheet for students to complete independently or in pairs.
Students will learn about the types of quadrilaterals and use Google Drawing (tutorial included) to d

This is a special bundle of two webquests that involve geometry. The first webquest, "A House For A Mouse," involves using geometry, the Lowe's website and the free Lego Designer software to create an analyze a custom house. The second webquest, "Cara Carvaholic," involves using the Pythagorean Th

This product is my Pythagorean Theorem WebQuest. This WebQuest helps students understand the concept behind Pythagorean Theorem. There are videos and various real-world application questions that can be found with the links in the WebQuest.
All the research and links I have found on my own. Th

This webquest introduces students to the world of geometry.

This WebQuest takes students to 5 different websites to introduce The Pythagorean Theorem with 14 questions that follow. These websites introduce students to Pythagoras, the Pythagorean Theorem Formula, what types of triangles Pythagorean's Theorem applies to, and what Pythagorean Triples are. This

This is a "Quest For Knowledge" (webquest) designed for students in their second semester of Geometry although it could be adapted to first semester geometry or honors middle school students. The quest involves using the free-to-download software "Lego Digital Designer" to design a house. The stud

This is a special bundle of two webquests that involve algebra. The first webquest, "Save Me A Seat," involves using algebra and information from the Internet to analyze a college football conference's stadium capacity.. The second webquest, "Smashing The Record Books," involves using the quadrati

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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Allow students the freedom to discover the origin and use of Pi dating back to the 17th century. Web-Quest activity includes 10 questions (and answers) along with extended learning opportunities for higher-level learners.

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This is a "Quest For Knowledge" (webquest) designed for students in their first semester of Geometry although it could be adapted to honors middle school students. The quest involves using eXcel and some specific websites to track information about a ski resort (selected by the teacher). The main

SOL Aligned 5th grade website for students to explore, discover or review each Geometry SOL while practicing Computer Science!
Computer Science standards:
5.5 The student will break down (decompose) a larger problem into smaller subproblems, both independently and collaboratively.
5.11 The studen

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Geometric Angles Webquest
Vocabulary, examples, and practice for geometric angles

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Students will complete a web-quest and create a table to record the prime coordinates of several rotations. They will observe a pattern for the changing -x and -y coordinates and the respective signs. After completing the web-quest students can practice their newly learned skills on two different s

This is a breakout activity that was created using a Google Site and Google Forms. The students click on each picture to answer questions (coordinate plane, transformations, integers) that will help them unlock the digital boxes. The premise is that they are stuck in time (1980's) and they need to g

Project-Based Learning! Apply the concepts of geometric construction with calculations for volume and area with an engaging, realistic project. Students become packaging designers and develop mock containers for a client. This 19-page booklet includes Lesson Plans, Activity & Key, WebQuest, an

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Click on the PREVIEW tab above to see more!!Celebrate Pi Day on March 14th (3.14) with these fun and engaging multidisciplinary activities! Students rotate through centers in groups of four for a block period, or they can do each activity as a class group (if you have enough computers in your room).

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This WebQuest takes students to three different websites to learn about the cross sections created from slicing three dimensional shapes. The first website has students explore cylinders and square pyramids and slicing horizontal, vertical, and on the diagonal. The second website is an interactive w

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