This activity allows students to practice classifying triangles according to side lengths
(isosceles, equilateral, scalene) and according to angles (acute,obtuse, right).
This activity is an awesome way to allow students to practice a concept that is very out of the ordinary. This is also a one-of-a-kind activity that will not be found elsewhere. Students solve math problems and each correct answers corresponds to a different music note. When the notes are all put together at the end, they form a mystery song that students can play to discover. Very little music background is needed to do the activity. They are simple songs that can be easily played. The activity gives an opportunity for students to learn a little about music and reading notes in a math classroom.
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Algebra 2/Advanced Algebra
Also, try out more fun original activities at the links below:
What's That Song
(Use correct answers to see if you can finish the song correctly)
What's My Line
(The answers fill in the blanks of a famous movie line)
Finish My Speech
(Use math to complete the famous speech from historical figures)
Scrambled Math/All Mixed Up
(Unscramble to check for accuracy)
(One answer leads to another. Can you get the last one?)
Lie or Legit
(Is the answer correct? Cast your vote.)
Does It Match/Add Up
(Encourage group interaction by comparing group answers)
(Assorted problems to practice various topics)
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