This set of task cards is designed for students to practice converting between degrees to and radians.
Two sets of 20 task cards, one with QR codes and one without.
. The cards are organized as follows:
Cards 1-10: Converting degrees to radians
Cards 11-20: Converting radians to degrees
The problems include positive and negative angles and angles greater than 360º degrees.
Student recording sheet
with room for students to show work. They can check their answers by scanning the QR code on each card. Connection to the internet is not required to scan the code. However, a QR scanner app is required on a device. There are several free apps available to download.
Two sets of quizzes
, one matches the task cards exactly and the other is very similar. All answer keys are included. Student solution sheet can be used for task cards or quizzes.
All Answer Keys
There are multiple ways to use these task cards in your classroom. Students can work alone, randomly pair up, or work in small groups. When students work in pairs or small groups, give as many task cards as there are students. This way they can help each other and work together. After a few minutes, depending upon the difficulty level and your experience, each group passes their cards to the next group, until all students have worked on all the cards.
You may also set up math centers with these cards with each of five centers having four cards each.
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