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Students are given two pages. One page has 12 triangles. Students are asked to use the Pythagorean theorem to determine x, the missing length of each triangle. Each x value is associated with a color. The second page of the activity is a picture. Each section of the picture has a missing x-value in

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Get this as part of a bundle: Pythagorean Theorem Bundle

Students will practice their trigonometry skills with this engaging and dynamic PowerPoint game. Students can either aim for the fish with a Koosh Ball (if playing with a Smart Board), or come up to the computer to select a fish. The fish really do swim around the screen, so it's a lot of fun and t

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Get this as part of a bundle: Geometry: Right Triangles & Trigonometry Activities Bundle

This is a fun game for students to play. There are 25 footballs on the main screen. Each football links to a Pythagorean theorem problem. Each problem has a “find the missing length” problem, as well as a point value cloud. When a user clicks on the point value cloud it will move over to reveal the

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Right Triangles - Pythagorean Theorem Color-By-Number Christmas Worksheet
This color-by-number worksheet covers the Pythagorean Theorem asking students to solve for either the missing leg or for the hypotenuse. When they find their answer, they look in the solution box to find the corresponding col

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Directions: Use groups of 2 or 4 to race against each other to solve a set of 4 problems per round. Each student in the group will solve a problem based on the previous student's answer. Each round, player 1 will find the correct answer for player 2 to use in their problem and then player 3 uses

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This product is an extremely fun way to test your student’s skills with simplifying and evaluating trigonometric expressions. It is set up similar to an escape room. Students will be placed into groups and given an identity card. Each identity card will have a famous mathematician on the top. The ma

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Dots & Boxes fun engaging game for Trigonometric Ratios - Sine, Cosine & Tangent, Solving for Sides of a right triangle
Looking for a super fun way to engage students in practice and review of Trig Ratios? This is it! Students of all ages still love playing dots and boxes or as it is

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The home screen lists numbers 1-12 and teams can choose what number to start with. Click on the number and a problem shows up. Students work the problem. Click again and the answer appears. In the bottom right corner, click 'Home' and it takes you back to the main screen. I use this in many differen

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The home screen lists numbers 1-12 and teams can choose what number to start with. Click on the number and a problem shows up. Students work the problem. Click again and the answer appears. In the bottom right corner, click 'Home' and it takes you back to the main screen. I use this in many differen

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Finding the missing angle measure using inverse trig ratios: Sine, Cosine, Tangent.
This 36 card game of war can be played with a partner (18 cards each) or with a group of 3 (12 cards each). Each student will flip over their top card. They will evaluate using their calculator to

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Directions: Use groups of 2 or 4 to race against each other to solve a set of 4 problems per round. Each student in the group will solve a problem based on the previous student's answer. Each round, player 1 will find the correct answer for player 2 to

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Right Triangles - Geometry Trigonometry (Sine - Cosine - Tangent) Task Cards
In this set of 32 task cards and 32 matching annotated answer cards you will find cards meant to review/reinforce the ideas of Trigonometry including setting up the basic ratios, solving for missing sides or angles based o

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Right Triangles Unit Review
This is a 6 page unit review that you can hand out to your students to have them work through individually or in small groups. It includes problems on
***The Pythagorean Theorem (solving problems on the Theorem itself, the converse and determining if numbers are triple

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Right Triangles - Geometry "B" Unit Six: Right Triangles Trig Bellwork/Exit Card/Station Questions
There are four different documents in this zip file:
The first is a set of 15 Bellwork ( sometimes called bell ringers, warm-ups, entrance tickets or class starters) questions that are presented in

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This Powerpoint has been designed to develop students early Number and Counting Skills. The children will move through a series of oral exercises and chant based activities to enhance these skills. I use this Powerpoint each day during my Numeracy mat sessions. The results have been fantastic! Plea

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Take the class outside for a city wide Amazing Race based on Math! It is in the same spirit of the TV show with the same name and is designed to promote critical thinking skills, communication skills, and teamwork. Working in groups they will solve clues that will lead them to different locations ac

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This is a 15 question scavenger hunt on Right Triangles and Right Triangle Trigonometry. Problems include special right triangles (30-60-90/45-45-90), The Pythagorean Theorem, and using sine/cosine/tangent to find missing sides/angles. One problem asks to find the area of the triangle after findin

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