This bundle includes worksheets with answers keys providing practice for: - Points, Lines, Planes - Line Segments - Midpoint Formula - Distance Formula - Angle Measure - Measuring Angles with a Protractor -
Kick off the study of Geometry by introducing the idea of the undefined terms - point, line, and plane. Master the concept of undefined terms and practice properly naming and sketching them. Practice associated vocabulary terms and review with a
This worksheet provides practice using the definition of between, the difference between the name of a segment and its measure, and the difference between congruent segments and equal measures. There is also plenty of algebra reinforcement through
In this worksheet, students will find midpoints on a number line, then derive and use the midpoint formula to find the midpoint of a segment on a coordinate plane. Students will check their use of the midpoint formula by graphing. There is plenty
Students will find distances of segments on a number line, then find distances of segments in the coordinate plane using the distance formula. Students will compare the distance formula to the Pythagorean Theorem. In addition, students will
This worksheet provides a quick review of classifying angles (as acute, right, or obtuse). Students will then use the angle addition postulate as well as their algebra skills to find the measures of angles. The second page of the worksheet allows
Two worksheets included:1.) A quick review of angle pair definitions and identification of angle pairs (adjacent angles, linear pairs, complementary angles, supplementary angles, and vertical angles)2.) Problem solving with angle pairs - a quote
Students will practice their inductive reasoning skills by discovering and continuing patterns. A simple coloring activity assesses their understanding of inductive reasoning. Students will also practice writing conjectures and providing
Sharpen your students' logic skills: A quick review of conjunctions, disjunctions, and negations along with their symbols and truth values providedPractice writing negations, conjunctions, and disjunctionsPractice determining the truth value of
Help students learn to write conditional statements, their converses, inverses, and contrapositives. Also, plenty of practice determining their truth values. A quick cut and glue review activity (great for partners!) is included.
Let the motivation of winning a Tic-Tac-Toe style game help your students learn squares and square roots from from 0 squared to 15 squared. Students can take a pre-test, play the game, and then take a post-test!