Students will solve for missing angles and segments in circles using properties of chords, tangent and secant lines. Students are able to check their answers using the color by number choices at the bottom of the page.
Interactive activity that gets students engaged using mathematical terminology and reasoning. Four problems give students a picture, two truths and a lie. Students are asked to determine which statement is a lie and are asked to correct the
This product includes both right and left side foldables. These foldables include vertical angles, interior vs exterior angles, alternate interior angles, same side interior angles, alternate exterior angles and corresponding angles. This is an
This is an interactive activity in which students solve problems including triangle proportionality, triangle angle bisector theorem, and parallel lines and transversal proportionality theorem. Students will solve 8 problems and can check their work
This Mystery is based on the movie, "Catch Me If You Can." Students are put in the role of lead investigator to try to catch one of the most successful bank robbers to date. Students must solve 10 clues to discover Frank's alias, location, and
In this activity, students will be solving problems that involve inscribed angles and inscribed quadrilaterals. Students will then be able to check their answers using the color by number activity on the back.
Students will solve problems using special segments in triangles. The segments included are: Perpendicular Bisector, Altitude, Median and Midsegments. Students will use this interactive activity to check their work with the answer bank on the
During this project, students will take on the role of a product engineer and create/ verify a map for a new city. Students will have to apply their knowledge finding the following:
Distance between two point
Verify two locations are the
This interactive color by numbers activity gives students the opportunity to solve problems using properties of Isosceles and Equilateral triangles, Triangle Sum Theorem and Exterior Angles Theorem. Activity includes 8 problems and coloring page.
This riddle has students calculate arc length and area of shaded regions. Students enjoy this activity because they can check their work with the answer bank. Students will get to use trigonometry/ special right triangles to calculate segment area.
This is a mystery in which students solve several problems to discover a burglar's alias, eye color, height and license plate number. This product includes a powerpoint story to set the scene, clue sheet, recording sheet, and potential burglars. As
I use this puzzle to give students the opportunity to review the angles formed by two chords, two secant lines, two tangent lines and a secant and tangent line in a circle. Students will cut out the pieces, match each picture to its matching
This interactive activity has students solve right triangles using The Pythagorean Theorem, Trigonometry, Inverse Trigonometry and Triangle Angle Sum Theorem. Students will then cut the correct answer and glue into the corresponding box.
This loop serves as an interactive way for students to practice the following skills:
- Finding Interior/ Exterior Angle Sum
- Finding one Interior/ Exterior Angle in a regular polygon
- Setup/ solve equation by applying Exterior/ Interior Angle
This foldable is organized by two tabs. Tab 1 has students calculate the interior angle sum, one interior angle of regular polygons and set up equations to solve for an interior angle of a polygon drawn. Tab two has students calculate the exterior
This foldable is has two tabs. The first tab has altitude geometric mean practice and the second tab has leg geometric mean practice. Students will then complete 6 geometric mean problems that are mixed. Students will determine which method to use.