Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Most of this unit involved writing, without fancy foldable flipping. I will share the purple examples, the Parallel, Perpendicular, or Neither Flowchart, and the sort activity on TpT. Our school is very limited on copies (1750 per semester, 2 cents each after that) so I copy most things as small as possible. This file includes many different combinations of the file so that you can choose what works best in your classroom. The purple examples print 3 to a page, and there is a filled-in flow chart and a skeleton notes type. Enjoy! Let me know if you try these activities.

Angle Pair Relationships Pages

I am way behind in my blogging, but here are some pics of our Angle Pair Relationships practice problems. Last year I did most of these on one page, with one example each and no written explanation. I'm hoping it went better this year, but their grades aren't showing it. My suspicions about the reasons for that could fill 10 blog posts. For now... here's some geometry notebook goodness. (Oh, and all of the printables are FREE on TpT)

Disclaimer (again) - I cheated "used my resources" on most of these pages and borrowed examples from wherever I could find them. I am but a humble math teacher, trying not to re-invent the wheel every single day. If I used your intellectual property, please let me know, and I will give credit where it is due. Thanks!