Monthly Archives: February 2014
In small groups, students worked through a review.
7th graders worked on quiz corrections while 6th graders participated in Medieval Festival, a fun filled day outside.
On Wednesday, I started the class with this: I want to build a deck that will come out over my back yard. I want a cool design, but also one that takes up the least amount of area. The trouble … Continue reading
After another “snow day” we wrapped up the chapter on geometry.
2 hour delay+pep-rally = very quick classes! We got through reflections, translations, and rotations with a breeze!
One of the following pairs is not like the other…… For polygons to be congruent they must have the same shape, same size, same angles. After identifying this and matching congruent polygons, students worked on finding unknown lengths and unknown … Continue reading
After a quick review on quadrilaterals using Kahoot, we moved on to our next topic. The goal today was for students to use triangles on the Smartboard to figure out how many triangles will fit inside different polygons. We started … Continue reading