Area and Circumference of Circles Guided Notes
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- This self contained bundle consists of 2 products (1 print, 1 digital) that will help students practice area and circumference of circles. Product #1 is a 12 page print activity that includes guided notes, doodle math, maze, real life application, while Product #2 is a digital resource with 2 pixelPrice $6.99Original Price $8.24Save $1.25
Introduce the area and circumference of circles with this 12-page packet of self-contained lessons! The packet includes guided notes with doodles, a doodle and color by number activity, a maze, a practice problems sheet, and a real-life application. It works well as guided notes, a graphic organizer, scaffolded notes, and interactive notebooks. Students will learn the formulas for area and circumference, practice calculations, discover the definition of pi, learn some facts about Pi Day, and read about how circles are used in roller coaster designs. This is perfect for any time of the year or for Pi Day!
It's print-and-go and artsy. If your students love color by number, color by code, or sketch notes, they'll love Doodle Notes & Practice lessons.
✅ 7.G.B.4 Know the formulas for the area and circumference of a circle and use them to solve problems; give an informal derivation of the relationship between the circumference and area of a circle.
What's included... (12 pages total)
✅ Guided Notes (2 pages).
✅ Practice Problems (1 page, 7 problems)
✅ Maze: Check for Understanding. (1 page, 10 problems)
✅ Doodle Math: Solve problems to unlock doodle patterns to finish a Doodle Math art piece—a fresh twist on color by number or color by code. (1 page, 9 problems)
✅ Real Life Application. (1 page)
✅ Answer Key. (6 pages)
⭐ Introductory Lessons
⭐ Graphic Organizers
⭐ Scaffolded Notes
⭐ Interactive Notebooks
⭐ Review Lessons
⭐ Class Discussions
⭐ Extra Practice
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