similar triangles

Collection by Stacey Ward

8 
Pins
 • 
60 
Followers
Stacey Ward
Proving Similar Triangles - Cut, Sort and Paste Geometry Lessons, Teaching Geometry, Geometry Activities, Geometry Games, Math Lessons, Teaching Math, Math Activities, Math Teacher, Teacher Stuff

Similar Triangles (SSS, SAS, and AA Similarity) Cut and Paste

Similar Triangles (SSS, SAS, and AA Similarity) Cut and Paste

Ideas and Resources for the Secondary Math Classroom: Similar Triangles Foldable Geometry Lessons, Teaching Geometry, Geometry Activities, Math Lessons, Teaching Math, Math Activities, Math Teacher, School Teacher, Similar Triangles

Similar Triangles Foldable

I wanted to share a foldable that I made this past week that I am IN LOVE with :). Students will fill out the foldable for their notes and then after wards, they will sort the cards into the pockets. I am hoping that this lesson goes well, since students struggle with similar triangles. You can download this foldable and activity when you Click Here If you use, please give credit back to this blog and let me know how it goes in the classroom.

Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal Relay Races Teaching Geometry, Geometry Activities, Teaching Math, Math 2, 8th Grade Math, Math Class, Similar Triangles, Network Drive, Relay Races

Similar Triangles Relay Races

Similar Triangles Relay Races This is a great way for students to work together to practice solving problems with similar triangles. There are four versions of the relay: A, B, C, and D. Place student in groups of 4 and give each student a relay. All students complete problem #1. Once all studen...

Similar Triangles Scavenger Hunt by All Things Algebra Student Teaching, Math Teacher, Teacher Pay Teachers, Teaching Geometry, Geometry Activities, Stem Activities, Finding Angle Measures, Similar Triangles, Network Drive

Similar Triangles Scavenger Hunt

Similar Triangles Scavenger Hunt This scavenger hunt activity consists of 20 problems in which students will practice solving problems with similar triangles. This includes identifying the scale factor, solving for missing sides, solving problems related to perimeter, and finding angle measures. ...

Similar Triangles Scavenger Hunt by All Things Algebra Student Teaching, Math Teacher, Teacher Pay Teachers, Teaching Geometry, Geometry Activities, Stem Activities, Finding Angle Measures, Similar Triangles, Network Drive

Similar Triangles Scavenger Hunt

Similar Triangles Scavenger Hunt This scavenger hunt activity consists of 20 problems in which students will practice solving problems with similar triangles. This includes identifying the scale factor, solving for missing sides, solving problems related to perimeter, and finding angle measures. ...

Similar Triangles Color by Number Calculus, Algebra, Similar Triangles, Math Courses, Secondary Math, Math Art, Math Class, Teacher Resources, Geometry

Similar Triangles Color by Number

In this activity, students will practice applying proportions to similar triangles to find missing side lengths or variables--all while having fun coloring! Once students find the missing value, they will color their answers on the picture according to the color indicated to reveal a beautiful, col...

Similar Triangles Bingo Game Similar Triangles, Network Drive, Geometry Activities, Powerpoint Games, Right Triangle, 7th Grade Math, Bingo Games, Algebra, Teacher Resources

Similar Triangles Bingo Game

Similar Triangles Bingo GameThis is a PowerPoint game that can be used with a Smart Board, or just used through a projector. This is a super fun way for students to practice solving problems related to similar triangles. All problems will require setting up a proportion and solving a multi-step eq...

Similar Triangles Matching Activity & Similar Triangles, Triangle Worksheet, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Common Core Standards, Teacher Pay Teachers, Teacher Newsletter, Problem Solving, Homeschool

Similar Triangles Matching Activity & More

Similar Triangles Snap! A Matching Activity. In this activity there are 14 triangles and students must match them into pairs that are similar. Once they have matched them into pairs of similar triangles, they must then use the fact they are similar to work out the missing sides and angles. As an ...