This surface area and volume bundle contains notes, increased rigor questions, practice test, and online Socrative test that cover the following topics: rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, cylinders, cones, square pyramids, spheres, hemispheres, and similar solids. Keys for everything are included!
Also included (see below for more detailed description of activities):
-MathDoku: Rectangular Prisms
-Hole Punch Game: Cylinders
-Don’t Break the Chain: Cones and Pyramids
-Color By Number: Spheres & Hemispheres
-Listen Up: Basic SA and V Review
Notes: Each note set has My Turn, Your Turn, and Our Turn problems. I show students the My Turn problem (they copy), I have them mirror my process with their Your Turn problem, then the Our Turn we do together (the problem is typically harder than the others).
Math-Doku: Math-Doku worksheets incorporate math concepts and Sudoku! Problems increase in difficulty. Students must solve each multiple choice problem. They then place their numerical choice in the corresponding shaded letter box in the Sudoku puzzle on the back of the sheet. Once they have filled in all of the shaded boxes, they can fill out the remaining Sudoku puzzle.
Hole Punch Game: Hand a copy of each hole-punch game to each student or pair of students (this is a great pair activity!). Each student or pair of students must complete question number one, then come to you to check it. If the question is right, hole-punch number one in the box given. If the question is wrong, they must go back to their desk to fix it. Each student or pair of students must have a hole-punched in order to move on to the next question.
Don't Break the Chain: A fun activity that my students love. The great thing about it is that it can be used for any topic. Students will receive two sheets of paper with 6 boxes each. In each box, there is a problem that needs to be solved and at the top of each box is a rectangle with an answer in it.
Students must first cut out all 12 boxes before beginning. I then choose the box that I want them to start with. Once they solve the problem in the first box, they must find the next problem to solve by locating the box with the corresponding correct answer in the rectangle. Once they find their next problem, they complete that one, then repeat the process until all 12 problems have been completed. If they correctly solve all of their problems, their answers will loop back around to the starting box. It is a great way to self-check!
Color By Number: Coloring worksheet decoded by solving 9 topic related problems.
Listen Up: Requires students to listen carefully to directions. Recording sheet provided