Angle Relationship Partner Practice

Angle Relationship Partner Practice

Practice solving angle relationships with 6 different pairs of collaborative worksheets for students. Pairs of students complete different worksheets of 8 problems--each pair with the same answers. This allows students to work their problem and check the answer with a partner, if they do not match, then both students work together to find the error. Topics include Linear Pairs, Vertical and Adjacent Angles. Angles formed by Parallel lines cut by a transversal. Also included are 9 different exit tickets to use to assess student understanding. . Great activity for students to check their work, and promote problem solving skills. Use on one day for different levels of learners in the classroom or different days. You can also use as homework checks using one of the versions and follow up with the matching version the next day to have students check their homework answers. Answer keys for all are also included.
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Slope from Two Points Partner Practice

Slope from Two Points Partner Practice

Practice finding slope from two points with 2 different pairs of collaborative worksheets for students. Pairs of students complete different worksheets of 10 problems each that have the same answers. Great activity for students to check their work, and promote problem solving skills. Use on one day for different levels of learners in the classroom or different days. You can also use as homework checks using one of the versions and follow up with the matching version the next day to have students check their homework answers. Also included are 3 different exit tickets to assess student understanding. Use different versions on the same day, on subsequent days or as warm ups. Answer keys for all are also included.
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Exterior Angle Theorem Matching Card Theorem

Exterior Angle Theorem Matching Card Theorem

Students practice finding the exterior angle of a triangle by using the Exterior Angle Theorem. 18 pairs of matching cards- one half the cards has a detailed diagram of a triangle with the angle measurement desired and the other half of the cards have a measurement. Students can work in pairs, small groups to match up and explain their answers to each other. Bonus pages: For students who need a little extra challenge , or as an introduction to a more difficult activity students have a set of 10 matching cards where students just need to solve for x to match up cards. Half the cards have the diagram and the other half have the x value. Great for differentiating in the classroom.
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Corner Collaboration--Special Right Triangles

Corner Collaboration--Special Right Triangles

Corner Collaboration is a Kagan strategy also called 4 Corners where students work in their home group to solve problems and then at teacher signal, go to pre determined corners to compare answers with a new group and get a different perspective on solving problems. In this activity, students will find 2 sides of special right triangles: both 45-45-90 right triangles and 30-60-90 right triangles. Students will use formulas to find those missing sides lengths. There are 4 different worksheets with 6 problems each. Each group will get a different version of the worksheet as identified by a musical symbol. I allow about 15-20 minutes for the students to complete (your class may need more) and then when the timer goes off, students go to the corner with the symbol matching their sheet. They can compare answers and discuss any errors. When the timer goes off again, we meet as a group to discuss any difficult or confusing problems, and this gives me an idea to reteach or move on. Great for promoting discourse in the classroom.
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Pythagorean Theorem Digital Matching Cards

Pythagorean Theorem Digital Matching Cards

Students practice using the Pythagorean Theorem in this quick and easy Drag and Drop activity in Google Slides for Google Drive or Microsoft One Drive. Students have 16 diagrams of right triangles with a missing side and must find the answer on one of the other slides. Students then cut the slide from its position and paste it next to the problem. The first time I used digital matching cards in the classroom, students took 2 days to complete all 16 pairs of cards, subsequent times they were much faster to understand the process. Included in the directions is the link to the activity in Google Slides, answer key, instructions on how to share with students and instructions on adding additional notes or instructions to students before sharing.
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Partner Practice Order of Operations

Partner Practice Order of Operations

Great collaborative resource to have students practice the order of operations. Students can work in pairs (trios will work as well), one person completes A and the second person completes B and then compares answers. Problems are different, but answers are the same. Self - checking--when students have the same answer they know they are correct, but different answers mean they need to go back and check for their mistake. When students are stumped, one person visits another pair, gets help and is responsible for sharing the solution and all the steps with the partner. Encourages discource in the classroom as they practice this important skill.
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Order of Operations Matching Card Set

Order of Operations Matching Card Set

18 pairs of matching cards included, on one side is the numeric expression and on the other, the simplified answer. Intended for practice using order of operations but can also be used to reinforce integer operations. There are many uses for these cards, use for single student or in small groups/pairs. Use in math centers, or as practice for early finishers. More uses described in my free resource: Ways to use matching cards. Order of Operations is a vital skill for success in higher mathematics, so
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Simplifying Radicals Matching Card Set

Simplifying Radicals Matching Card Set

18 pairs of matching cards to practice simplifying radicals in the classroom. One half the cards has a radical and the other half show the simplified answer. Great for centers or practice for students who need a little extra help. I use in pairs or small groups and have students work together to match up and discuss their approach to finding the solutions. Promotes discourse in the classroom as well as encourages problem solving from multiple perspectives.
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Domain and Range of Quadratics Digital Activity

Domain and Range of Quadratics Digital Activity

Students practice finding the Domain and Range of Quadratics in this quick and easy Drag and Drop activity in Google Slides for Google Drive or Microsoft One Drive. Students look at each graph and determine which of the pieces correctly identify the Domain and Range and either move the piece to the appropriate place with a mouse, cut and paste in position or use a touchscreen to drag. On the accompanying Google Sheets (if you choose to use the link) Students can type in the letter of the range for each numbered equation and check if they are correct. I give my students the link to check when they have finished placing all the pieces. If their answer is correct, the space on the sheet will change color. If the answer is wrong, no change. Links to both are included as well as an answer key and detailed instructions on how to upload and share with students.
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Corner Collaboration--Evaluating Functions

Corner Collaboration--Evaluating Functions

Corner Collaboration is a Kagan strategy also called 4 Corners where students work in their home group to solve problems and then at teacher signal, go to pre determined corners to compare answers with a new group and get a different perspective on solving problems. In this activity, students will evaluate the given function with the given value. There are 7 problems on each sheet. Each group will get a different version of the worksheet as identified by a musical symbol. I allow about 15-20 minutes for the students to complete (your class may need more) and then when the timer goes off, students go to the corner with the symbol matching their sheet. They can compare answers and discuss any errors. When the timer goes off again, we meet as a group to discuss any difficult or confusing problems, and this gives me an idea to reteach or move on. Great for promoting discourse in the classroom.
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Exterior Angle Theorem -Solve for X to find the Measure Matching Card Set + Bonus Pages

Exterior Angle Theorem -Solve for X to find the Measure Matching Card Set + Bonus Pages

Students practice finding the exterior angle of a triangle by setting up an algebraic equation and solving for x, then using that value of x to find the measure of the angle. Great extention activity for students who need a little challenge. 18 pairs of matching cards- one half the cards has a detailed diagram of a triangle with the angle measurement desired and the other half of the cards have a measurement. Students can work in pairs, small groups to match up and explain their answers to each other. Bonus pages: For students who need a little help, or as an introduction to the more difficult activity students have a set of 10 matching cards where students just need to solve for x to match up cards. Half the cards have the diagram and the other half have the x value. Great for differentiating in the classroom.
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Pythagorean Theorem Station Quest

Pythagorean Theorem Station Quest

A station activity with a twist! Students use the pythagorean theorem and the converse of the theorem in this 9 station activity. Students who correctly solve the station problems will receive the piece of the quest puzzle. Once all 9 stations are finished, students assemble the 9 piece puzzle and solve the final problems. Students love this activity. This can be used with or without the additional puzzle.
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Tangent Arcs-Solve for X Matching Card Set

Tangent Arcs-Solve for X Matching Card Set

Students use their theorems of circles and tangent angles to find arc measures by solving for x. This is for students who have mastered the theorems and are looking for a challenge in solving for arc. Great practice in using equations as well. Half the matching cards have the picture of a circle with arcs indentified, and the other half of the cards have the arc measures. Students will need to apply the theorems to set up the equations and then solve for x and plug back in equation to find the measure. Use with pairs or small groups or as a great station activity.
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Corner Collaboration--Scientific Notation

Corner Collaboration--Scientific Notation

Students convert between standard notation and scientific notation in this collaborative activity. Students work in home groups to complete their worksheet, 1 of 4 variations included. Set the timer to your students needs. When the timer goes off, students meet in one of the four corners to collaborate with a new group to compare answers, correct errors and improve discourse.
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Arithmetic Sequences--Write Explicit Formula Matching Cards

Arithmetic Sequences--Write Explicit Formula Matching Cards

Students examine an Arithmetic sequnce and match with the explicit formula that represents it in this matching card set. Included are 18 pairs of matching cards, half with the sequence and the other half with the explicit formula. Cut apart and use for a single student or pair of students. You can use to pair up students for other activities. You can also use these cards as a ticket in the door or ticket out the door. Additional uses for these cards are explained in the directions or download my free resource.
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Tangent Angles--Solve for x Matching Card Set

Tangent Angles--Solve for x Matching Card Set

Students solve angles formed by tangents to circles in this matching card set. Included are 20 pairs of matching cards, half with the picture of the circle with angle identified and the other half has the angle measure. Students use their knowledge of circle/tangent theorems to identify parts, set up the equation and solve for x and then substitute that solution to find the measure. A great challenge for student who need it. Cut apart and use for a single student or pair of students. You can use to pair up students for other activities. You can also use these cards as a ticket in the door or ticket out the door. Additional uses for these cards are explained in the directions or download my free resource.
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Binomial Term Matching Card Set

Binomial Term Matching Card Set

Students practice finding the specific terms in a binomial expansion in this matching activity. Half of the 18 cards have a binomial raised to a power with the term identified. The other half of the cards have the that term. Cut apart and use for a single student or pair of students. You can use to pair up students for other activities. You can also use these cards as a ticket in the door or ticket out the door. Additional uses for these cards are explained in the directions or download my free resource.
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Arcs of Tangents Matching Card Set

Arcs of Tangents Matching Card Set

Students practice finding the measure of tangent arcs in this matching activity. Half of the 20 pairs of cards have a picture of a circle with tangents . The other half have the measure of the arc . Cut apart and use for a single student or pair of students. You can use to pair up students for other activities. You can also use these cards as a ticket in the door or ticket out the door. Additional uses for these cards are explained in the directions or download my free resource.
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Partner Practice Two Step Equations

Partner Practice Two Step Equations

Great collaborative activity where students practice solving two step equations. Partner A works out his problems while Partner B works hers. When they have finished, they compare answers. If the same--move on, if different, they work together to review their work and find the error. Have an odd number of students? No problem, just have 2 A Partners or 2 B partners and three students can work together, Included are two verions so they can be used different days, and an exit ticket to assess student understanding.
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Corner Collaboration Absolute Value Equations

Corner Collaboration Absolute Value Equations

Students practice solving absolute value equations with this activity. Students work with their home groups to help each other solve the equations, then when the timer goes off, move to their designated corner to collaborate with different students using this Kagan strategy. When they have compared thier answers, corrected any problems, class debriefs and teachers uses the included exit ticket to check for understanding.
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