Area and Circumference of Circles (& More!): A Circle Bundle

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6th - 8th
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    Teach and review area and circumference of circles with this fun bundle that contains activities, worksheets, and even a bingo game! Great Pi Day activities for your middle school math classes or any-day activities!

    This download contains everything you need to meet Common Core Standard 7.G.4!

    Included in this product are the following:

    - Worksheet reviewing basic circle vocabulary (center, radius, diameter, chord, arc, and semicircle)

    - Activity/Worksheet that guides students to "discover" pi and the circumference formula

    - Activity that guides students to "discover" the area of a circle formula

    - Practice worksheet on circumference

    - Practice worksheet on the area of circles

    - Worksheet on real-life area and circumference word problems

    - Riddle sheet on area & circumference

    - Interactive "moving targets" review game on circumference & area of circles

    - Interactive digital bingo game on circumference & area of circles (works great for distance learning, hybrid classrooms, or face to face classrooms that are 1:1)

    - Pi Day worksheet with pie-themed word problems on area & circumference

    - Paper Bingo Game

    I hope you and your students enjoy the activities in this circumference and area circle bundle!

    (The resources in this bundle have students use 3.14 for pi)

    Total Pages
    25 pages
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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    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.


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