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8 days worth of lessons to use including writing and solving equations involving complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles. Additionally, triangle properties/classification and solving for the missing angles in triangle
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This bundle includes 6 classroom activities to support classifying angles, complementary and supplementary angles, vertical and adjacent angles, conditions of a triangle, attributes of triangles, and a unit review book. All are hands on, engaging,
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Students use the triangle sum theorem to solve for unknown values in 16 different triangles. Students will then color a picture the appropriate color to correspond with the solution. This is a fun and easy prep way for students to practice solving
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Students solve 16 problems involving complementary and supplementary angles and then color a picture the appropriate color to correspond with the solution. Aligned to CCSS 7.G.5 and TEKS 7.11C. Even middle school students love to color! This is
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Angle Relations Card Sortâ€“ Students will practice identifying and comparing complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles. This activity is hands-on and a great way to get students communicating about math! Itâ€™s easy to use and can be
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Vertical and Adjacent Angles â€“ These 2 mazes will allow students to practice writing and solving equations for an unknown angle. Mazes are very easy to use and a fun way to practice a skill! What is Included? *2 different mazes - one for each
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Students will use the exterior angle theorem to solve for unknown measures in triangles. There are 12 total dominos. The object is for students to create a domino train by matching a problem with its solution found on the next domino. Students can
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Conditions of a Triangle He Said She Said Activity â€“ Each card in this activity will have two statements from different students regarding triangles. Students will determine if the question results in one unique triangle, more than one triangle, or
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28 cards are included that review finding the surface area of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, rectangular pyramids, and triangular pyramids. Task cards are excellent for classroom practice. So versatile with many options for
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Students use the angle-angle criterion to identify and sort pairs of triangles as â€śSimilarâ€ť or â€śNot Similarâ€ť. This activity is hands-on and a great way to get students communicating about math! Itâ€™s easy to use and can be completed individually,
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28 cards are included that review parallel lines and transversals, triangle sum theorem, exterior angle theorem, and angle-angle criterion. Students will use angle relationships and equations to solve for missing values in parallel lines and
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Students will identify pairs of angle relationships formed when parallel lines are cut by transversals including corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, alternate exterior angles, vertical angles and supplementary angles. The hands-on
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Students will use the angle relationships created by parallel lines and transversals to set up equations, solve for x, and find the value of the angle measures. Students will also have to identify corresponding angles, alternate interior angles,
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28 cards are included that review: writing and solving an equation to find the missing angle in a triangle, applying attributes of a triangle, determining which equation will find the value of the missing angle. Task cards are excellent for
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This review book is a great way for students to break down the key concepts on complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles, as well as triangle properties and classification. The book includes a version with a standard rubric, a
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