This Circles Unit Review Escape Room Activity is a fun and challenging way for students to review concepts taught throughout the circles unit in Geometry.
There are 6 challenge puzzles included, each revealing a 3-digit, 4-digit, 4-letter, or 5-letter code. Detailed directions on how to prep and assemble challenges are included. A student recording sheet for codes and suggested methods for checking codes is also included. A prize is recommended for students who successfully crack all the codes.
• Challenge A: Naming Parts of Circles (Center, Radius, Diameter, Chord, Secant, Tangent, Central Angle, Inscribed Angle, Major Arc, Minor Arc)
• Challenge B: Central and Inscribed Angles (and their corresponding arc measures)
• Challenge C: Area, Circumference, and Arc Lengths
• Challenge D: Arc and Angle Measures formed by intersecting chords, secants, and tangents
• Challenge E: Special Segment Lengths
• Challenge F: Equations of Circles
How long does this activity take? The challenge puzzles are independent of each other so challenges can be removed to save time or differentiate. If using all six challenges, plan to use two periods or a full block.
This activity works very well in conjunction with my Geometry Circles Unit.
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