Real-life volume problems.
Students solve a variety of volume problems based on real-world objects. Students are not always solving for the volume. Some problems ask students to solve for a different variable such as the radius or the
Students are directed to an interactive site that where they can create 3D shapes and take cross sections of them. For the activity, students create four different 3D shapes. For each shape they are given three
Students watch 3 short videos about Euclid and the foundations of geometry. The first video is a short biography of Euclid. The second video introduces basic geometry vocabulary. The third video introduces axioms and postulates Euclid
The simple interest formula is given with each variable defined. There is one problem for each variable. The last problem asks students to write their own simple interest problem and solve it. The ability to create a problem demonstrates
Page 1 - Students sketch various 3D shapes in different colors. Shapes include different kinds of pyramids and prisms as well as cones, spheres and cylinders.
Page 2 - Students are asked to provide written explanations or answer