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An 8 day CCSS-Aligned Volume Unit - including finding the volume of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and composite figures, as well as cross sections of 3D figures..Standards: 7.G.6Texas Teacher?Grab the TEKS-Aligned Volume Unit.Please don’t purchase both as there is overlapping content. 1.
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This bundle includes 6 classroom activities to support cross sections of 3D figures, volume of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and composite prisms. All activities are directly aligned to CCSS (7.G.6) and TEKS (7.9A). All are hands on, engaging, easy to prep, and perfect to incorporate into
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Cross Sections PowerPoint and Worksheet. Teaches students to find the cross section of three-dimensional shapes including prisms, pyramids, spheres, cylinders, and cones. Distinguishes between parallel vs perpendicular cross sections, and prisms vs pyramids. There are many visuals to help st
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This activity gives students extra practice in describing the figures that are made when 3D figures are sliced parallel and perpendicular to their base. Includes prisms and pyramids. This resource includes: -27 task cards (can be printed double-sided on the task cards for immediate feedback, or pr
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Also included in: Cross Sections of 3D Figures Activity Bundle 7.G.A.3

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This learning activity starts with students predicting the two-dimensional shapes resulting from slicing three-dimensional figures from a picture. Students can work individually, in pairs, or small groups. Next, they move on to creating a 3D model using clay or play-doh and creating cross sections
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This set of 16 task cards are aligned with common core standard MCC.7.G.3, 3D Figures and their Cross-Sections. You can use these task cards two different ways. The first way is the traditional task cards, in which you can use as a whole group, station, review or remediation. The other way is geared
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This lesson on Volume of Solids of Known Cross Section is designed for AP Calculus AB, BC or College Calculus 2. It is from the Applications of Integration Unit. Included: Guided notes and examples on Volumes Solids of Known Cross Sections, with a Warm-up section. Included are eight problems and F
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In this activity, students should be given Play Dough to create six 3D figures (prisms and pyramids). They will then be asked to make cross sections (parallel and perpendicular) in order to identify the shape that results, as well as if it is similar or congruent to the base/face. An answer key is i
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This powerpoint teaches students about the cross sections that form when a 3-dimensional geometric figure is sliced by a 2-dimensional plane. It shows students cross sections that form from a cut parallel to the base, the cross sections that form from a cut perpendicular to the base, and the cross
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Get students the practice they need with cross sections of 3D shapes in this collection of tic tac toe games, matching activities, task cards, and other games. It's a great way for your students to identify which figures results from slicing 3D figures. This bundle is the perfect resource for math
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One of my very favorite activities to do with students - in fact, I use it whenever I can because it provides an engaging way to get my students talking about plate tectonics, using new vocabulary, and flexing their creative muscles. If you haven't taught plate tectonics, this is a great lesson to
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Students will cut out and match 25 geometric figures with their cross sections that are parallel and vertical to the base of the figure. Students will explore some real-world examples as well as basic geometric figures. Includes prisms, cylinders, spheres, and pyramids. Cards are colorful and fun
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In this set you will find 8 questions that your students can use to practice finding volumes of solids by using cross sections. Students should be able to work with cross sections perpendicular to both the x and y axis. They should know how to solve problems using squares, semi-circles, circles, e
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This is an activity that will give students practice on identifying which 2D figures result when 3D figures are sliced. Includes: This resources reviews the figures that result when you slice 3D figures parallel to their base, perpendicular to their base, and diagonally to their base. Includes:
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"When am I ever going to use this?" It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with a Common-Core-Standards-aligned activity built around a real-world context. Focusing on these Common Core standards: - 7.G.3 - G-GMD.4 Download contains: - One eng
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One of the topics that is difficult for students to grasp is finding the volume of a solid with a known cross section. One reason is that students have difficulty with this topic is that they have difficulty drawing the solid. In this activity the students get to build eight different "solids.”This
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Get students practicing describing the two-dimensional shapes made from slicing three-dimensional figures This twist on the classic game of Tic-Tac-Toe provides students multiple opportunities to practice describing these 2D and 3D shapes in support of 7th grade standard CCSS 7G.A.3. This activit
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This activity pack includes four options to meet the needs of students with different learning styles. Students can choose their daily activity or use each for math center/station rotations. This resource includes: - An anchor chart activity where students will create their very own anchor chart
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This is a worksheet that introduces students to 3-D cross-sections. Students will explore the difference between parallel, perpendicular, and diagonal cuts. Includes guided notes, examples, and practice problems. The worksheet has great visual displays of cross sections. * See my power-point th
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This is a series of games that you can play with partners, small groups, and the whole class. The graphic organizer included can also be used as classwork or homework. This resources reviews which figure results when a 3D solid is sliced parallel, perpendicular, or diagonal to its base. This re
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In this pair / small group activity, students use Play-Doh and paper to create models of solids with known cross sections. (See product thumbnails for a sample creation.) The file contains everything you need but the Play-Doh! - Preparation instructions - 16 problems involving cross-sections of va
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This activity is a study guide for the cross sections of solids. The shapes included are: triangular pyramid rectangular pyramid (2) rectangular prism cube cylinder cone triangular prism Students cut and glue out templates to form a useful study guide. Students must write in the 2D cross section,
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This activity contains 10 problems that involve finding the volume of solids formed by rotating a space around an axis. There are also 4 problems that involve finding the volume of solids formed by cross-sections – squares, semi-circles, and equilateral triangles are included. After students finis
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These 10 multiple choice questions show 3-D shapes sliced and asks students to determine the 2 dimensional shape of the cross section. The cards can be used in math centers or as an activity playing the Four Corners Game. Playing the Game: Students choose the paddle that represents their answer
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