This is a fun, easy-to-prepare-for activity for the first day or week of junior high math class. Simply copy one sheet per pair or small group of students. Colored cardstock is best or students can color plain paper and be creative. Each question leads to an answer on another piece and when all the questions are answered, this adorable wreath is created. Trivia questions involve numbers. Sample questions are listed below. It could also just be a fun ice breaker or "filler" or sub activity. No pre-instruction needed. Instant class decorations!
Note that some of the questions involve U.S. trivia so this would be best suited for students living in the U.S.
Sample Trivia Questions:
sum of the angles of a triangle = 180
feet in a yard = 3
minimum voting age in the US = 18
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