This program contains 40 points of intersection practice questions. The students must examine each diagram and then decide how many points of intersection exist between the two objects.
Picture one gives you an idea of the general layout of the program (with answers). Pictures 2 and 3 give sample questions from the worksheet.
To open the program, simply double click on the file and it will open up as a flash program. This works on Windows operating systems only.
After the questions are attempted, the students can check their progress by clicking on the "Review" option. Please see screenshots to get a better idea of how this program works.
This digital version is useful for teachers with access to Smartboards, for students with access to computers, and also for students that may have problems with writing, such as motor skills disorder or dysgraphia.
Students with dysgraphia find it difficult to write, so I have made almost all my worksheets in digital format for them.
You can find this worksheet (for the same price) in printed format under:
"Math Worksheet 001 - How many points of intersection".
If you have any questions, please be sure to contact me.