7 pages of trig problems for groups to complete. Includes photographs of the set up for the teacher's table and answer key to all pages, including work.
Students complete questions in groups. You can use these questions in any activity you like. Here, I used them in a puzzle game. Groups receive puzzle pieces for each page they get correct. Their goal is to put their puzzle together the fastest. I use 25 piece children’s puzzles. Assign students to fair groups of 3-5. To use with puzzles: Assign each group a puzzle. Keep them at your table. Place stacks on your table of the pages of questions. Students should take turns coming to get a page to work on. Students should take turns writing – trade on every problem, not every page. When finished, come up to have it checked – go back and fix until perfect. Receive pieces, get a new page, and go again. When activity is complete, each group will staple all their pages together and turn them in.
Ideas for other activities: award candy, prizes, or points for pages/problems completed, if you have a smart board, keep score on the board using objects likes apples on a tree, groups could race each other, you could print a page off for each student, ability group them, and have them race each other within their groups...I'd love to hear other ways you use this activity in the comments/feedback below =)