# Pythagorean Theorem Bundle

7th - 9th, Homeschool
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### Description

A fun filled bundle of great activities for Pythagorean Theorem including; notes, a game, scavenger hunt, coloring and more! Activities are broken down with Pythagorean Theorem notes to individual activities that practice solving side lenght only and hypotenuse only, then finally combining them as practice. Check out ALL the great resources below with information about them all and what is included. These files are all included in a Zip file - if you have an issues opening these files, please email me at kholland2007@gmail.com.

Pythagorean Theorem Interactive Notes Activity

A fun and interactive way for students to take and memorize notes. Add a bright card stock color for the first page and notes will not get lost in that crazy folder :) These notes are broken up to help students understand the Pythagorean Theorem and how to solve for a missing side length and hypotenuse. There are two versions for you to pick on how you would like to use them with your students. All students work differently and this resource allows you to customize for your students. There is a completed version with definition, notes & example all on one page or a partially completed notes & example version. There are directions and pictures to help understand the process of setting up the notes activities - easy to do! A great tool to use in your classroom! Best part, print ready activity! Purchase, download, make copies and hand out to students :)

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*Suggested Directions with Pictures

*Title Page

*Completed and Partially Completed Notes & Examples

Pythagorean Theorem - Finding Unknown Side Length Riddle Activity

Practice solving for an unknown side length when given hypotenuse and one side length. Use the answer to complete the riddle activity page. Best part of this activity, print ready! Purchase, download and copy!

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*10 Problem Student Worksheet

Pythagorean Theorem - Finding Hypotenuse Length Maze Activity

Practice solving for hypotenuse when given side lengths. Students can complete all problems as well as following the correct route through the maze portion. There are a total of 15 problems and 10 that take you through the correct route. Best part, a print ready activity! Purchase, download, copy and hand out to students!

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*15 Problem Student Worksheet - 10 Follows Path

*Blank Work Space Page

Pythagorean Theorem - Distance Between Two Points

Need to practice finding the distance between two coordinates using the Pythagorean Theorem?! Students will have two coordinates in which they will need to graph and then work through using the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between those two points. Add the coloring part in and kiddos will have a great activity to complete! Best part - print ready activity! Print it off and hand out to your students, ready to go!

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*16 Problems

*Blank Coloring Sheet

Halloween Pythagorean Theorem - Finding Hypotenuse & Side Length Color By Number Activity

Students are ready to practice finding hypotenuse and side lengths! This fun Halloween color by number activity will include finding hypotenuse and side lengths. They will use the knowledge they have learned from understanding which side is hypotenuse and which sides are side lengths to determine how to utilize the Pythagorean Theorem. Everyone likes to take a break and color too, right?!

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*15 Problem Student Worksheet

Pythagorean Theorem Around the Clock Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity

Looking for a collaborative, self checking activity?! Check out this Pythagorean Theorem - Finding Hypotenuse and Side Lengths Around the Clock Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity!

Students will work in pairs to solve order of operation problems that include exponents. Each partner will have their own clock with 12 unique problems. Each partner's problems will be different from the others, but the answers and placement on the clock will be identical. If one partner is struggling through a problem, the other can help them through it and vice versa until they agree on the same answer. If the partners are differing on an answer they can look at each others work to help find the error and find the correct answer to continue through the scavenger hunt.

Students will have a starting problem indicated by a (*). That problem will be glued to the 12 o'lock spot. Students will solve the problem and find the answer on another problem at the top of that cut out. They will take that next problem and glue it to the 1 o'clock spot. Continue to process through every hour until they reach 11 o'clock. The 11 o'clock answer should be on the 12 o'clock spot. If students complete all 12 problems correctly, they will move around the clock correctly back to the 12 o'clock spot.

The activity is self-checking, providing students with instant feedback. There are multiple version descriptions included in this activity to help you utilize this activity that fits best for you and your students! These are colorful and fun, a great way to display student work!

The best part of this activity is it is print ready! Purchase, download, copy and hand out to students! All they need to do is cut out the problems and glue them to the correct spots on the clock :) Happy teaching!

Included

*Provided Detailed Directions with Pictures

*24 Pythagoras Problems (12 Different Problems/Partner - 6 Side Lengths/6 Hypotenuse)

*Blank Clock

*Blank Workspace Page

Pythagorean Theorem Hole Punch Game

Everyone loves to play a game, right? This is a perfect, easy set up game - all you need is a hole punch! Have students work alone (preferably), pairs or more and complete the 10 problems. When they complete the problems, they have two chances to get the answer correct. Depending on how many chances the student took will determine how many hole punches they get. Details of how the game is played are included in the download. This game uses non-decimal and decimal numbers for legs and hypotenuse. There is enough space in the squares that students have to use as a work area, but if not a blank work space page is provided. There is a great variety of problems. A great resource to use as a quick assessment over solving a missing leg and hypotenuse. Best part, print ready activity! Purchase, download, make copies and hand out to students :)

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*Directions to Play Game

*10 Problem Hole Punch Game Board

*Blank Work Space Page

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in right triangles in real-world and mathematical problems in two and three dimensions.