Have students in groups of 4-5. One student answers one question then passes it to the next person until all questions are completed. When finish check the work and circle the wrong answers if needed. There are two relay races. The first relay
This product can be used for notes or interactive student notebooks. Students can fill in the formulas for the different 2-D and 3-D objects. This formula sheet can also be used as a reference sheet for tests too.
This is a simple foldable to take notes on. This can be placed in an interactive notebook. It covers the topic of Standard Form and finding the x-and y-intercepts. Just cut around the whole paper and fold in half. Then cut down the middle to
This worksheet is for students to practice parallel and perpendicular lines using the slope-intercept formula. They have to come up with another equation that is parallel and/or perpendicular to the given equation. I actually have them graph the
This is a quick experiment dealing with the measurement of different circular objects. The directions state that you measure four different objects and put the findings in the data table. The last box is circumference divided by diameter so
This product reviews the different types of 3-D objects and their surface areas and volumes. Have students create 3-D objects (sphere, cone, etc.) and find their surface area and volume. This product is a table for students to fill out.
Substitution Relay Race. Goal: Solve for the x and y values. Group students in groups of 4-5. One student answers one question then they pass the paper to the next student until all questions have been answered. When group is finish check
This is a template for taking notes on different mathematical terms and definitions. This can be used for interactive student note books or just placed in a math binder. There is also a section for pictures.