You are the boss of Ms. Terra Cotta Tile Company and your students are your designers. You assign each student one of 24 clients and your designers need to make draft designs, order samples from the warehouse, and create the final design and bid. The final design can be made with 1 inch construction squares (you cut). This activity goes beyond figuring out area based on squares, to real life situations using a tile project. My students love this activity.
How can I use this product?
It can be used as a week (or more) long whole class activity. But I provide student directions if you want to set it up as a center.
What is included?
PDF File contains 62 pages
2 pages of cover/copyright info
10 pages of teacher instructions and samples
8 pages of signs/schedules/class instructions
9 pages of 24 clients' information (3 to a page and one blank for your to create more clients if necessary)
24 pages of scaled drawing of different client tiling projects (like patios, back splashes, shower, garden walls, etc.) progressing from basic squares to more difficult projects 1 blank
1 page of "Tile requisition form" two to a page for "designers" to request color tiles from the warehouse
2 pages of "Bid and Final Thoughts" sheets: one filled out w/ prices, the other is blank if you want to fill in your own prices for basic tiles, custom tiles, cut tiles, and labor
1 page to accept Final Bid and Design
2 pages to Track Designers progress
3 pages for Tile Sample Colors for you to glue your 1 inch construction squares onto for students to choose the colors for their clients
Is this available in a bundle as well?
No, not at this time.
Do you have other products that are related?
Please check out my other geometry activities!
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