May the Fourth be with you! All geeks appreciate the punny nature of May 4th. Why not combine your favorite pastimes of creating funny stories (Mad Libs), solving 8th grade math problems (yippee!) AND Star Wars? It is just too good! Let's get our geek on!
This looks back at the entire year and asks a questions from 18 different objectives.
Solve the problems, get your answer, and fill out your Mad Lib.
Bonus: There is only one correct answer for the Mad Lib. You know instantly what questions they missed!
This is ready to print and go. Just modify your teacher names to include in the story! Page 4 just requires a quick edit on your end. I even made you the box!
1) Extrapolation of graphed data to determine answer.
2) Solving systems of 2 equations from a word problem.
3) Finding the area of a triangle
4) writing a math function for a line on a graph
5) ranking numbers that include a radical (square root), pi, and fractions.
6) Using the Pythagorean Theorem
7) Examining a set of numbers to determine if it represents a function
8) Determining the volume of a cylinder
9) Calculating compound interest
10) Deducing the angles of a transversal
11) Extrapolation of data from a data table
12) Calculating Mean Absolute Deviation
13) Creating a rule that describes a transformation
14) Calculating simple interest
15) Creating a rule for dilation of an object.
16) Choosing a proportional relationship
17) Using a ratio to make a prediction
18) Deciding what radical best fits into a number line
A big thanks to https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/STAR-WARS-CHARACTERS-ClipArt-3710663 for the Star Wars graphics.
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