Division and multiplication go into depth with this scale drawing packet. When your students practice the scale drawing concept, they will link it to map scale, scale factor, ratio, and proportions. Some of the 47 problems require change of dimension to enlarge or reduce by whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. The real-life examples let the students see how scale drawings help in designing clothing, constructing stores and making furniture.
Included are the followings:
- Rubric for ranking performance and comprehension
- Fact Sheet for changing dimensions, drawings, and vocabulary
- 2 Focus Sheets , which can be warm-ups or exit tickets
- 30 Problems, in which the odds can be the pre-test and the evens can be the post-test. You may cut them into task cards or make foldables out of them.
- Possible Answers
- 1 I Can Statement Poster
Elementary students may use this with multiplication and division. Some elementary students may even tell you how to use a repetition of addition or subtraction to find the answer.
Please check this: Triangle Formation
It pertains to Pythagorean Theorem, similar triangles, and degree sum of a polygon.
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