This activity is to help students organize two column proofs in Geometry. There are 8 two column proof mats where the students can organize the pieces on. Following the mats are the pieces. There are written in correct format and in order as the
This game is a way for students to practice the properties and constructions of centers of triangles (incenter, circumcenter, centroid, and orthocenter).
It is similar to Jeopardy, but I have the students on teams and I give points to all the teams
This is a fun poster/activity for students to create to practice the locations of the angle pairs from two lines being intersected by a transversal. This is best done BEFORE you do parallel lines crossed by a transversal.
Students are to create a
This is an activity to get students ready for two-column proofs in Geometry. They use Properties of Equalities to describe each step in solving the algebraic equation. The "T" table method is to show the algebraic steps on the left side of the T
This activity really helps to emphasize that a square is both a rectangle, a rhombus, and a parallelogram.
Students are given tangrams (alone or in partners) and asked to find as many as possible. They have to use the exact number of pieces in a
This document requires students to work back from the graph of a rational to the equation. Students are asked to identify parts of the graph AND give descriptions of how each of those things is represented in a rational function. I normally have