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Are your students ready to solve the case? Students follow clues, solve a variety of Pythagorean Theorem and converse of Pythagorean Theorem problems to complete the mystery that will take students on a "journey" around Paris. Excellent for test
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Your students will love to take on the role of math detectives with this engaging way to practice and review solving surface area and volume of rectangular and triangular prisms on Google Drive. Students follow clues(area and volume problems) to
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The popular Pythagorean Theorem pirate treasure hunt goes digital. Challenge your students to find Pythagoras' buried treasure by following clues that only can be solved by applying Pythagorean's theorem. Don't forget to take your pirate
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Bring real-world applications that are relevant to students with this linear equations or systems of equations project on college costs. Students examine the cost of individual colleges and compare colleges using linear equations. For students
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Challenge your students with a digital treasure hunt on complementary and supplementary angles. Students engage in a treasure hunt designed by Euclid, following clues and solving angle problems in order to find the "treasure." Student tested and
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Are your students ready to solve the case? Students must follow clues (statistical analysis problems) to solve a mystery that takes them traveling around the Yucatan Peninsula. In the Mean, Median, Mode and Range Digital math detective activity
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Are your students ready to solve the case? To solve the mystery, students will need to be able to solve probability word problems. Students follow clues that take them around San Francisco to solve a mystery. This digital math detective is great
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Are your students ready to solve the case? To solve the mystery, students will need to be able to find the slope using two points, the equation of a line and graphs. Students follow clues, written and visual, to solve a mystery. An engaging way to
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Are your students ready to solve the case? To solve the mystery, students will need to be able to solve logarithmic equations. Students follow clues that take them around Europe, written and visual, to solve a mystery. This digital mystery is great
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It's time for your students to take on the case of the missing Blarney Stone. Students "travel" around Ireland to solve clues that use absolute value equations Great for practice, review or informal assessment. This resource includes: - Digital
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Digital task cards are great for differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of Linear inequalities Word Problem digital task cards includes 2 versions. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. This set of digital task cards includes: - 12
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Are your students ready to solve the case? To solve the mystery, students will need to be able to solve systems of equations. Students follow clues, written and visual, to solve a mystery. An engaging way to practice, review or assess students'
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Digital task cards are great for differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of Pythagorean Word Problem digital cards includes 3 versions. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. This set of digital task cards includes: - 12 digital task
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Two sets of digital task cards for Interpreting Charts make it easy to differentiate. These cards include the following chart types: - line graphs - column graphs - pie charts - stem-and-leaf plots - Venn diagrams - tree diagrams. Skip the
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Digital task cards are great for differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of 24 linear equation digital task cards includes 2 versions. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. This set of digital task cards includes: - 24 digital task
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Digital task cards are great for differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of Angles of Elevation and Depression Word Problem digital task cards includes 15 ready to use cards plus an editable task card. Add your own problems or differentiate by
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Three sets of digital task cards for Polynomial division make it easy to differentiate for students in practicing or assessing dividing polynomials using synthetic division or long division. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of
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Differentiate with ease with these 2 sets of digital task cards for expanding and condensing logarithms. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. This set of digital task cards includes: - 12 digital task cards with logarithmic expressions
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The popular Cartesian coordinates pirate adventure goes digital when students apply calculations of Cartesian distances. Students determine the path they will take, record distances and “sights” as they travel building a travel log. A big hit
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