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This Round Robin activity is aligned with 8th grade Common Core Standard 8.G.B. 7 and 8. Students will be solving Pythagorean Theorem problems (find either a,b,or c), Pythagorean Theorem words problems, and Converse of Pythagorean Theorem problems. There are also problems using a coordinate plane
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Students love Round Robins. You have volume of cylinder, cone, and sphere problems. There are pictures, word problems, and problems where you have to use Pythagorean Theorem to solve for radius or height to then find the volume. Students get to get up and more around for this activity. The key i
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Each page contains one 3-dimensional shape for students to use the Kagan structure All Write Round Robin or Write Round Robin to write an attribute about the shape.
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For those that loved my Angle Dominoes here is another great resource to help students practice finding unknown angles. Uses complementary, supplementary, adjacent, and vertical angles. This round robin game involves the whole class!! Set includes 18 unique cards. My classes love to time their "t
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This Round Robin game is a great way to review Area of Triangles (all kinds), Rectangles and Parallelograms. These problems use whole numbers and decimals. Students will have to round their answer to the nearest tenths place for some problems. Students will answer a problem and then walk around
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Get two customer favorites in one great resource! Angle Dominoes: Students will practice using adjacent, complementary, and supplementary angles to find the measure of an unknown angle. This fun game provides students a way to practice finding unknown angles in a classic game format. Great for a 4t
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This 24 card "I Have/Who Has?" activity is appropriate practice for using attributes of different 2-dimensional figures to solve problems such as area or perimeter. 'I Have/Who Has?' activity directions: â€¢ Distribute ALL cards â€¢ Select any student to 'start'. â€¢ 'Start' student reads the 'Who
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This project covers math standards related to both exponents & radicals. Students choose one task from each row of the matrix: one from exponents and one from radicals. Each activity is aligned with a specific multiple intelligence. Each activity is to be wholly original and unique. This project
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This file includes four practice problems. I have used them as a quick informal assessment to students understanding after a lesson, they can also be used in place of homework. You could also incorporate Kagan practices into this lesson like sage and scribe or round robin, I have not tried it, but
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Full class or small groups play a game where each student is given a picture of a polygon that they "have" and a description to share out of a polygon someone else "has." This can be played round robin style with students in their seats reading their cards in turn or by having students create a lin
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