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Arcs and Angles in Circles Scavenger Hunt This scavenger hunt activity consists of 20 problems in which students will practice finding the measures of angle and arc measures in circles given the following: - Central angles - Inscribed angles - Inscribed angles that intercept a diameter. - Inscrib
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Also included in: Geometry: Circles Activities Bundle

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The topic of this Scavenger Hunt is finding area and circumference of circles. These are designed to be simpler, more skill based problems. This scavenger hunt can also be purchased as part of a bundle of 11 Area and Perimeter Scavenger Hunts for only \$4.99 A scavenger hunt is a more engaging and
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Scavenger hunts are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will leave them stuck at a dead end. Successfully completing the scavenger hunt requires students to slow down and check their work.
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The topic of this Scavenger Hunt is finding area of triangles. These problems are designed to be more rigorous and may require multiple steps or unit conversions. This scavenger hunt can also be purchased as part of a bundle of 11 Area and Perimeter Scavenger Hunts for only \$4.99 A scavenger hunt
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This 6 page product includes 8 problems of a scavenger hunt requiring students to find the area or perimeter of circles. The circles includes diameter and radii, using whole numbers up to 9,999 and decimals. One set of the scavenger hunt includes numbers, the other set includes QR codes instead. (
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Make solving problems about circles fun! This self-checking activity will allow students to get out of their seats and move around the classroom as they solve 18 problems involving circumference and area of circles. Each problem solved will lead the students to a new problem to solve until they have
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Also included in: Middle School Math Scavenger Hunt Mega Bundle

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Scavenger Hunt: Angles in Circles Includes: a. inscribed angles b. cental angles c. angles formed by tangent segments d. angles in quadrilaterals inscribed in circles e. angles formed by segments in circles f. arc angle measures NO algebra is needed to solve problems. Hang the problems up i
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This Circles Scavenger Hunt was made by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in a Geometry classroom for use during the Circles unit. The scavenger hunt setup lets students get up and walk around from card to card to work problems while discussing the processes and procedures with their partner or group. Stu
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Need a fun Pi Day activity? Activity to practice area and circumference of circles? This fun scavenger hunt is just what you’re looking for! Print out the images of circular objects such as doughnuts, pizzas, beach balls and more. Each picture is labeled with a radius or a diameter. Post them ar
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Also included in: 7th Grade Geometry Activity Bundle

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This activity includes 9 different questions prompting students to find the area or circumference of a given circle (3 of the problems are word problems). Students may begin at any problem, find the answer, and match it to one of 3 given answers. They place the matching letter in the blank at the
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This product is a scavenger hunt that deals with concepts involving circles (diameter, radius, circumference, area). There are sixteen different problems. Some are basic, and others require some thinking in order to find solutions. The problems are designed to reflect the intent of Common Core Objec
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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews finding the the length of chords. It has 18 problems with a variety of difficulty -- one only requires adding or subtracting, two require solving a quadratic equation, and most .are solved using Pythagorean
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I am a firm believer in reviewing Algebra concepts in Geometry. This Scavenger Hunt does that. I use Scavenger Hunts to review subjects in most of my classes because the kids love them and once they are made, it is an easy way to review. This one reviews finding the lengths of secants, chords, an
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This is a 16 question scavenger hunt on the properties/theorems about circles. Problems include tangent lines, chords, arcs, central angles, inscribed angles, secant lines, and the theorems of segments/angles involving circles. Students are either asked to solve for x or find the measure of a miss
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Skills practice focused on determining the circumference of a circle. This activity is great for getting your kids moving and working together. Product includes: -13 problem cards -Recording sheet -Instructions - Answer key with problems worked out (great for days with a substitute) as well as a qu
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Also included in: Bundle of Scavenger Hunts for Middle School Math- Grade 7

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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews finding the length of chords, secants and tangents. It has 18 problems with varying degrees of difficulty including ones where students must solve quadratics. I love to have Geometry students practice their
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This Area of a Circle Scavenger Hunt includes 16 problems of finding the area of a circle given a diameter and/or radius. Most problems include a picture of the circle. There are a few problems where the diameter and radius is simply stated, with no picture. Each problem includes the formula for st
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Do you need a fun way for students to practice equations of a circle with minimal prep? The Equations of a Cricle Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. S
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Looking for a student led activity that breaks up the normal day-to-day lessons? A scavenger hunt is always a good idea! This is an activity that lets students get up and walk around, and instantly check whether or not they are correct. This scavenger hunt includes 16 problems including: - Identify
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This activity will get your students up and moving all while working collaboratively in partners or small groups. Each card has either a circumference or area question modeled after the STAAR question format. You can use this as an informal assessment after the circles unit or as a great review befo
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Directions for activity: - Print on bright paper and post the 14 problems around the classroom or another contained space in the school. - Working with a partner or two, students start at any one of the 14 problems. - When they get their answer, they should be able to find it on another paper. They
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Set up the scavenger hunt around the room (be careful not to put it up in order!). Students can start at any point around the room and complete the circle question given at the bottom of the page. Once they have the solution, they will search the room until they find their answer at the top of anoth
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Get your students up and moving while they practice calculating circumference, diameter, and radius of circles. This is geared towards an introduction to calculating circles by using "3" instead of pi. Formulas used: C=D x 3 D=C÷3 D=R x 2
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Running in Circles is an engaging activity designed to get students up and moving while practicing working with circles. Each question requires students to use their critical thinking skills to answer questions about radius, diameter, circumference or area. Multiple steps are required to determine
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