Congruent Triangles - notebooking page; corresponding angles and sides, SAS, SSS, and ASA theorems.
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Doubles Flashcards
Doubles Flashcards (up to 10+10) and blanks so you can add your own. (Part of the Doubles Addition File Folder Pack
Addition Doubles File Folder Kit
Addition Doubles File Folder Kit - I put together these simple materials to make my daughter a file folder activity to practice the doubles. It includes a matching activity (doubles to 20+20) a few quizzes and a doubles reference chart that has to be completed. I just glued the elements into the inside of a file folder.
Pythagorean Theorem
Pythagorean Theorem Guided Notes. The Pythagorean theorem is used with right triangles, but can also be used to determine whether a triangle is acute or obtuse; notes also briefly review squares and square roots.
Types of Triangles
Types of Triangles Notebooking Notes - triangles can be classified by their angles and sides; acute triangles, obtuse triangles, scalene triangles, right triangles.
Quadrilaterals Notebooking Notes
Quadrilaterals Notebooking Notes - parallelograms, squares, rhombuses, trapezoids, and rectangles.
Monday, September 19, 2011
Is My Answer Positive or Negative?
Is my answer Positive or Negative? A simple little poster I made up to help my kids remember if the sign when multiplying or dividing is positive or negative.
Transversals and Parallel Lines
Transversals and Parallel Lines - study page that explains how corresponding angles, same side interior angles, and alternate interior angles are formed (from a transversal and parallel lines) and what their characteristics are.
Pairs of Angles
Pairs of Angles - notebooking page for supplementary and complementary angles, and vertical angles. Student draws examples of each angle and matches it with a definition; in addition there is a set of study cards with problems on them.
Mean, Mode, Range, and Median Notes
Mean, Mode, Range, and Median Notes - chart that defines each term and shows how to find it.
Math Notebook Cover Page and Table of Contents
In this download, there is a simple math notebook cover and two different versions of a table of contents. It doesn't matter the order that you add your notes if the student keeps up with the table of contents. One table of contents lists as many math terms I could think of (or find) in alphabetical order, that way, when student has notes on a particular topic, he can find it in the table of contents and write the page number it is found on; or there is an alphabetical blank table and student can enter the topic names and page numbers all manually.
My version of math notebooking is maybe note the general notebooking type, but rather I create the notes and they put them in their notebook. As much as possible, I try to make the notes more aesthetically pleasing (something to make it more likely that they will actually review/use them) so I often have cut out sections for them to glue into the notebooks. Sometimes, I use guided notes which provide a framework for the notes and my kids have to fill in blanks or give short answer explanations.
Our math notebooking pages can be found all around TJ, in sha Allah, under the various categories.
Operations and Order of Operations Study Guide
Operations and Order of Operations Study Guide - a review guide I made for my kids that reviews the four basis operations (addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division) as well as the order of operations for problems with multiple operations in them.
Order of Operations Poster (not sure of the original source)
Order of Operations Poster (not sure of the original source)
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