Check out some other Pre-Algebra and Algebra games click the picture below

Math Enrichment & Technology

Is it Impossible, Unlikely, Likely, Certain?

Probability HOW-TO videos:

Guided Practice:

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Practice #1: (click picture below)

Practice #2: How Likely Is It? (click picture below)

Practice #2: Basic Probability? (click picture below)

Practice #3: Expected Probability (click picture below)

Practice #4: The Complementary Events (click picture below)

Independent Practice & Games:

More games, click here, or here

If you need to do a requiz, click the picture below. You must attempt at least 20 questions.

Posted in 7th grade, 8th grade, Math Enrichment, Quizzes/Requizzes, Study Guides

Tagged Probability, requiz, Study guide

Games:

#1: Shoot the Quadrilaterals

#2. Call of Geometry: Quadrilateral Warfare

#4. Quadrilateral Name Matching Game

#5. Identify the type of Quadrilateral

Practice Quiz #1

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If you’re done reviewing QUADRILATERALS, head on over to the triangles page to practice classifying and finding missing angles in TRIANGLES. (click picture below)

Posted in 6th grade, Math Enrichment, Study Guides

Tagged angles, classfiy, games, geometry, math, Quadrilateral

Click picture to play

Materials: Bingo sheet

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Try this practice quiz to make sure you’re ready for the quiz on Friday!

Here are some triangles with their “first and last” name:

**Here is today’s Powerpoint on Triangles: **

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Explore (We Do)

Practice

**Challenge Games**

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Notes: Finding the Missing Angle in a Triangle

Practice:

**Check for Understanding** (click picture below) for a practice worksheet: (it will check your answers as you go)

Exit Ticket (click link)

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If you still are having trouble with the concept, watch these videos:

Posted in 6th grade, Math Enrichment, Study Guides

We are going to review for the circumference quiz using jeopardy

Game 1: https://jeopardylabs.com/play/circles-radius-diameter-and-circumference

Posted in 6th grade, Math Enrichment, Quizzes/Requizzes, Study Guides

**DAY ONE**

Today in class, we will be talking about **composite figures.**

*A composite shape is made up of two or more shapes. To find *

*the area of a composite shape, break it into smaller parts.*

Let’s try a few composite figures ourselves (click the picture):

Let’s work through some more examples:

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**DAY TWO**

Warm-up:

Guided Practice:

Practice

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Pre AP Worksheet

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Exit Ticket

Jeopardy Game: Geometry

Youtube video explanation #2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcxO9UDT31s

Youtube video explanation #3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFRCEdydcEk&feature=related

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**EXTRA CREDIT**

Click on the picture below to go to the extra credit problems. Show your work and write your answer on a separate sheet of paper

More worksheet practice: http://www.cimt.plymouth.ac.uk/projects/mepres/book7/bk7i9/bk7_9i4.htm

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Area Quiz (requiz) and mini lesson