I love Arithmagons as they allow consolidation of key topics when going Forwards, and then opportunities for extension, creativity and discovery when working Backwards. They are also really easy to modify to suit the particular needs of your class.
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An excellent activity for students to practice midpoints of coordinates, but where the difficulty gets ramped up quickly when they are asked to work backwards. This could easily be extended for students to try to find rules and formulae to help then, and of course the Arithmagons can be made even bigger!
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