I finally got these 2 rewards going today. If it’s your birthday (or the day we are celebrating it), you can sit in the birthday chair and get a prize from the birthday bucket. Everyone in that class will get a piece of candy!!
Use your knowledge of angles pairs for today’s handouts. Use the help sheet.
Use this answer sheet for today’s angle pairs worksheet.
Use the Google logo to answer this warmup. If you were absent, search for the first parachute jump to find the answers.
Use the QR code on your handout to see angle animations at the Math is Fun website.
Answer this warmup over the Google logo. If you are absent, use wikipedia to look up Celia Cruz.
Also complete the worksheets on angles.
Use this answer sheet to answer the angle pairs worksheet.
Adding their knowledge of corresponding angles to the list of complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles, students will find the missing measurement of more angles.
Students will also take 9 weeks tests using this schedule:
10/9-5th and 7th (4th optional)
10/10-2nd and 6th (4th optional)
10/11-1st and 3rd
Have a nice fall break!
RIP Kodi Hogg
After learning about vertical, complementary, and supplementary angles, students will label angles appropriately and then find the missing measures of angles.
Using a given handout with some measurements, students will calculate the diameter, radii, and circumference of different sports balls.
They will also calculate the area and perimeter of football and soccer fields and basketball and volleyball courts.