Exploring Triangle Inequalities - A Hands-On Activity
A great hands-on activity to help your students learn about triangles. Your students will create their own triangles using two lengths of pipe cleaners. They will create a Right, Obtuse and Acute triangles and then proceed to answer questions about them. In order for students to gain the most from this activity, make sure they know the difference between right, obtuse and acute triangles. In addition they need an understanding of the Pythagorean Theorem. You will need to cut pipe cleaners in varying sizes and place them in a bag. The students will also need rulers (cm), protractors, and paper. The Teacher notes provide guidance on how to use this activity, discussion questions and conclusions to be drawn.
One Student Worksheet (with decorative border and clipart)
One Page of Teacher notes including materials needed and options for classroom discussion
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