Student choice project - show understanding of properties of quadrilaterals and ways to determine the type (parallelogram, etc). Students can work independently or in groups of up to 3. Four choices of project, rubrics included for each.
This color-by-number activity uses the Triangle Angle Bisector Theorem, the Triangle Proportionality Theorem, and the Three Parallel Lines Theorem. Students will complete a series of questions, and identify the correct answer among the three
Escape room style review of Functions including: Function vs. Relation, Function vs. Nonfunction, Graphing in standard and slope-intercept form, finding slope, evaluating in function form, and domain and range. Designed to use a 3-digit lock,
Students will solve and graph multi-step inequalities in one-variable to unlock a series of locks. Solutions set for a 3-digit lock, a 4-digit lock, an alphabetic lock, and a directional lock. If you do not have access to these materials, you can
An escape room activity to practice classifying polynomials, and performing basic polynomial operations (adding, subtracting, and multiplying). Created for a 3-digit lock, 4-digit lock, and directional lock, as well as a small and large box. Could