This year I am teaching a Study Skills class for the first time. All of my students in the class are sophomores, which means they are all taking Geometry. Recently, they're all learning about parallel line angle relationships and I have been finding that
AREA OF TRIANGLES USING GEOBOARDS from jamesrahn on TeachersNotebook.com - (8 pages) - This activity will lead students through constructing triangles and rectangles that are related to each other to determine a method for finding the area of a triangle.
Try this FREE set of 36 cards as an introduction to a wide variety of printable Multi-Match game cards. Students will match triangles shown on grids to the area, to expressions, or to another triangle with the same area (CCSS
There's not a better way to understand the power and importance of a community than taking part in creating one yourself. Towns and cities around the world are filled with incredibly diverse neighborhood blocks --so why don't we let the students design th
Chart originally used for teachers--('Who I Am' graphic information sheet--first week of school) I will use this for genealogy when interviewing/researching family for our family tree and genealogy. Simplistic but tells a LOT.