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Circles and Sweets

 

 


What do circles and sweets have in common?  They both met to make an interactive math activity.  

Gumballs and Circles meet to practice finding area and circumference of circles given the radius.  The students must know the correct unit of measure along with the right math calculation to get the answer.  To ensure completion and accuracy a google form is at the end for students upload their work for the assignment. 

Wafer Monster is hungry in this circle activity.  Students answer questions about arc length and are directed based on their answer.   If an incorrect answer is given they go to a review slide.  If a correct answer is given they advance to the next question. Once he's full with Wafer's they are done. 

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