Students get hands on practice and can easily work in partners or groups. There are 12 total dominos. The object is for students to create a domino train matching the real-world or math problem to the surface area. Students find the surface area of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, rectangular pyramids, and triangular pyramids. Perfect for small and whole group lessons, math centers, intervention time, early finisher work, tutoring and more!
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*CCSS Standard 7.G.6 and TEK Standard 7.9D
*Ideas for Implementation, Teacher Tips and CCSS/TEK Alignment
*12 Domino pieces and Recording Sheet
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