Composite Figures with Circles Digital Task Cards and Mystery Picture

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Sharon Kardos
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This Composite Figures with Circles Digital Task Cards and Mystery Picture activity uses Google Sheets™ and can be assigned to your students using Google Classroom™. It is a fun and engaging puzzle that can be used for:

  • warm up or bellringer
  • review
  • independent practice
  • test prep
  • an assessment
  • remediation
  • a station rotation
  • homework

Because it is self-checking this assignment is useful for:

  • distance learners
  • regular classroom students
  • SPED/inclusion students
  • EL students
  • intervention students

The student will answer the question on each task card. When they enter the answer, if it is correct, a piece of the picture will appear and the answer box will turn green. If the answer is incorrect, nothing will appear on the picture and the answer box will turn red. In this way, the activity is entirely self-checking. They will use the drop down menu to move to the next problem.

There are 9 problems altogether, two for perimeter and 7 for area of the composite figures. See the preview for the types of problems.

You can choose to differentiate the activity by deleting the reference sheet for some students.

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Radius and Diameter of a Circle Digital Mystery Picture

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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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