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Looking for a fun, self-checking activity to help your geometry students determine if triangles are congruent? This is a digital congruent triangles activity designed in Google Forms™. The activity includes 24 problems and will be graded automatically! Students are given two triangles and must determine if they are congruent by SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, HL, or if there is not enough information given to prove congruence. Students must be able to identify shared sides and vertical angles for some problems.
This is a great activity to use in the classroom or with distance learning!
What others are saying about this triangle congruence activity:
"Great practice and loved the immediate feedback!" - Amanda C.
"Easy to assign, easy to assess, and easy to review." - Tammy L.
This is an editable activity. You can add questions of your own to the activity or delete any problems you do not want to use. You can also change the answer type if desired (short answer, multiple-choice, etc.) or switch the order of the questions. It is set up as a Google Quiz and is self-grading! You can change the settings if you want to adjust the point values, when students can see their grade, and if you would like students to see the correct answers after submitting.
After you purchase the activity, you will receive a pdf with instructions on how to copy this file in your Google Drive and how to share with students. You and your students must have a free Google account in order to access the activity. This activity can be shared with students through email, Google Classroom, or with a link. Although this activity can be printed from Google Drive, a printed copy of this activity is not included in the download. The download is a PDF instruction sheet with a link to the digital activity.
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