Card Sorts and Task Cards are the perfect way to get students engaged in learning. This collection includes 9 activities that can be used in the high school geometry classroom.
Constructions Intro Group Activity
In this group activity, students try out basic constructions with a compass and straight edge.
Rigid Transformations Centers
In this centers resource, differentiated task cards are used to practice translating, reflecting, rotating, and symmetry.
Multi-Step Transformations Card Sort
This differentiated activity provides practice for translating, reflecting, rotating, and dilating with multiple steps.
Missing Lengths Mystery
In this activity, students apply the Pythagorean Theorem to find missing sides of triangles and polygons.
Drawing Triangles with Given Conditions Task Cards
These task cards give students practice drawing drawings to see if certain condition are possible, a great way to lead into triangle theorems.
Congruent Triangles Card Sort
Students try to prove congruency of triangles using SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, and HL.
Congruent and Similar Triangles Card Sort
Students apply congruent and similar triangle theorems in this card sort.
Arc Measures and Lengths Task Cards
With these multiple choice task cards, students solve to find missing measurements and practice vocabulary.
Arcs and Angles Task Card Sort
In this activity, students solve to find missing arc measures and angle measures in circles. Each card is a task and is also sorted by the type of angle.
My students always enjoy these hands-on activities. They provide practice, they are approachable, and yet they are challenging as well.
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