Looking for something to spice up conditions for special parallelograms? Use this Geometry Clue game to mix it up! Someone has murdered Pythagoras! It's up to the students to find out who!
Students will answer 15 questions about conditions for
This project is a real-world application of perimeter and area. This project has students use their knowledge of perimeter and area to create a farm that will generate the most profit. Students will also learn a bit about how farmers and rancher
The Martian is a great book or film if you want to learn about math or science in a fun way. This worksheet has 10 problems with quotes from the book, The Martian by Andy Weir. The math problems use dimensional analysis, area, volume, and formula
Looking for a student led activity that breaks up the normal day-to-day lessons? A scavenger hunt is always a good idea! This is an activity that lets students get up and walk around, and instantly check whether or not they are correct.
Want to evaluate your student's grasp of midpoint and distance formula in a fun way? This Zombie Apocalypse Project is a great way for students to apply their knowledge by deciding the locations of research centers, survivor camps, and military
Needing a fun activity to help students learn Absolute Value Inequalities? This is a partner activity that helps students solve and graph absolute value inequalities in a fun way. Students match a problem with the two solutions and graph, collecting
Is your class's head in the clouds, dreaming of something to break up the day-to-day routine of math class? Use this scavenger hunt as a fun way to engage the entire class! I love scavenger hunts because they are self-checking, students know
This powerpoint presentation is aligned with my Farm Profit Project. This includes the links needed to fill in the guided notes included with the project. Although this purchase is not absolutely necessary to teach this project, it will just make it
This partner puzzle activity will help your students practice solving multi-step inequalities, as well as challenge their problem solving skills with this puzzle.
Students will pair up and work with a partner to complete their own worksheet, then
Looking for a fun activity to break up the normal day-to-day lessons? Want a student led activity that lets students instantly check whether or not they are correct? Then a scavenger hunt is for you!
This is an easy activity to run that I use as a
Combine Geography with Math in this travel based activity using dimensional analysis! Students will choose a country to visit, then use a search engine along with dimensional analysis answer questions about that country such as how far away the
This Geometry Scavenger Hunt includes 12 problems about classifying triangles, triangle angle sum theorem, and the exterior angle theorem. I used this as a review day after coming back from a long weekend! Scavenger hunts are a great way for
This activity or worksheet is to be used with a Pythagorean Theorem lesson. It helps students see a real world example of how the Pythagorean Theorem is used, and has an application that should interest students of all ages: buying a new TV. By
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Similar figures have the same shape, but are not typically the same size. Students will use photographs and indirect measurement to determine how tall objects are around their school, home, or
Looking for an activity to break up the normal day-to-day lessons? Want an activity that is student led and lets students instantly check their work? Then a scavenger hunt is for you!
I use this type of activity as a review before a test, or if a
Have students practice perimeter/circumference and area of rectangles, squares, triangles, and circles using this worksheet and a pair of dice! Students roll dice to fill in blanks, then calculate perimeter and area. Easy to utilize in classroom,