Conditional Statements (Inverse, Converse, Contrapositive) I Have Who Has Cards
These cards practice identifying the inverse, converse, and contrapositive of a conditional statement. I have the starting card and then give a card to each student. There are 32 cards total. I show the first card and ask the question at the bottom. Whoever has it then asks who has theirs, and so on. It's a good activity that keeps their attention.
It is helpful to have an extra set of cards and display them on the overhead/document camera so the students have a visual to know which card we are on.
Another option is to have the students work with partners or small groups to line up the cards like dominoes. I have done the activity both ways and it's worked well!
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