Geometry End of Course/End of Class Review Flip Book
Great for review before final exam/state testing.
- acute, right, obtuse, complementary, supplementary, adjacent, vertical
- parallel, perpendicular,
Find Slope using a graph as well as given two points.
Resource includes 9 practices problems to solve and a corresponding coloring activity.
Great for Integrated Algebra/Geometry Class
Great for substitute plans.
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Use slope to determine parallel and perpendicular lines while playing a fun active game!
Most equations are in slope-intercept form.
Students will answer questions and "travel" the country to determine the correct answers. This product contains
Find slope given two points, a graph, or an equation.
Game is played by each student or group of students starting in a given destination and answering questions to "travel" to different destinations. Game consists of 13 different
Review Game for end of geometry course
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Complete Geometry End of Course Bingo Game.
Students Answer questions with answers that correlate to their bingo boards.
Find the area of each triangle for find the answer that corresponds to the number on the coloring page. This is a great, simple way to practice area!
It is also a great way to have practice for when you need to have a substitute.
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I have Who Has Intro to Geometry Vocabulary Game
Class set of 32 cards!
Two versions available. One gives definition first, the other gives vocabulary word first. Pick which set works best for your class.
Basic intro to Geometry. Words
Find Angle Measures between parallel lines. Students answers questions practicing their knowledge of angles. They will then use the answers to color a corresponding picture.
Use parallel lines to find the measure of angles.
**Knowledge of basic
Radius, Diameter, Circumference I Have Who Has game
Classroom set for 30 students!
This game allows students practice for finding the radius, diameter, and circumference.
Can be used in small groups giving each student multiple cards or used as a
Interactive notebook mini flipbook for teaching angle relationships
Tabs include: Classify (acute, obtuse, right), Adjacent & Linear Pairs, Vertical & Perpendicular, Complementary, and Supplementary.
Great for end of year review or
Use circles with secant lines and tangent lines to complete this coloring activity.
This activity uses secant and tangent segments to solve for x in relation to angle measurements. It includes both secant-secant, secants-tangent, and
Supplement Geometry distance formula curriculum with this coloring activity!
Students will solve 9 distance formula problems in both graph form as well as given points. Then, use the solutions to color the picture.
Great for use with substitute
Quadrilaterals Mini flipbook for interactive notebooks
Great for use in interactive notebooks or as a stand alone.
Can be used as review or introduction of material.
Defines:Parallelograms, Rectangles, Rhombi, Squares, and Trapezoids.
Right triangle geometry, use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the missing side.
Game is played by each student or group of students starting in a given destination and answering questions to "travel" to different destinations. Game consists of 13
Find angle measures by using a protractor in a fun simple supplement!
This I have, Who has Game has two sets of 18 to allow for up to 36 students to play at once!
Could be used for teaching protractor use in Middle School or review for high
Introduction to basic geometry mini flipbook for use in interactive notebook
This flipbook includes topics:
defining basic terms (point, line, plane, angle)
measuring (practice using a protractor or ruler)
Distance formula and midpoint
Wall of Fame- Geometry Addition
Use this product to display student names in your class for achievements in geometry. Can be used to improvement on test scores, mastery of concepts, no missing assignments!
Contains class set for 32 students!
Tangent Segments are used to solve for x. It includes both two tangent lines as well as right triangle knowledge. Students use their answers to color a scene.
This is perfect for a substitute!
Works for Integrated Math as well!
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