This set includes a foldable covering points, lines, planes, segments, rays, and opposite rays. Students must identify how it’s drawn, how it’s named, words/symbols, and facts for each. This also includes 24 task cards and a recording sheet with the answer key.
Print a copy of pages 3 and 4 back to back (you’ll need to rotate one page so they copy correctly) for each student. (Override your printer’s complaint about margin size.) Have your students fill out the foldable using the answer key and your text book as a guide in your discussion.
Print one copy of the task cards (laminate if desired) and cut them apart. Print a copy of the recording sheet for each student.
If you want to get students up and moving, you can place them in groups, distribute a card to each desk and have them rotate from group to group leaving the cards on the desks. This tends to promote discussion as they pass the cards within their group. Then have them leave the cards at the pod and move as a group to the next one at your predetermined signal.
You can also serpentine your desks or if space permits, place the desks in a circle and have students pass the cards as they finish each one.
You can also have them work in pairs.