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Cat Puzzle Reveal

The cute cat puzzle reveal one piece at a time when students complete the questions in order.  If they go out of order the answer cells turn green or red based on correct/incorrect.  The answers are hidden in sheet two of these.  Greatest Common Factor Least Common Multiple Volume and Surface Area of Cones   

May the Fourth

  These pixel art activities were made for May 4th.  These are basic pixel art practices for students to complete.   Factoring Pixel Art Least Common Multiple Pixel Art Evaluate Expressions Pixel Art Greatest Common Factor Pixel Art

Paper Chain Fraction Math

  This activity has 25 questions on adding and subtracting mixed numbers. The students will be solving questions and creating a paper chain of their answers.  Each time they answer a question they will contain the pieces together to grow their chain.   Mixed Fractions Paper Chain

Pythagorean Theorem

  This puzzle reveal focuses on the Pythagorean Theorem.  The students are given the picture in each of the questions.  If they solve the problem correctly a piece of the puzzle will reveal. Pythagorean Theorem Puzzle Reveal

Multiple Puzzle Reveals

  The picture for these puzzle reveals was created by a student.  This is one of many pictures this student has colored for me.  I know we talk relationships with students but this right here is proof relationships matter.  I have students who color while we take notes, while we do work, or take test, and I let them.  For some of my students coloring is a stress relief or relaxing their anxiety, it doesn't mean they aren't listening.  I hope you enjoy their art work.  Make sure to hide sheet 2, click on it at the bottom and select hide, and then delete the answers on sheet 1 before sharing with students.   Integer Operations Puzzle Area and Circumference Puzzle Mean, Median, Mode Puzzle Identifying Angles Puzzle

Area of Composite Figures Project

  This project was done after my students completed the Area of Composite Figures Practice. In this activity the students create composite shapes and calculate their area. The theme is barnyard so the buildings they are asked to make are themed around that. This activity includes a rubric for grading. Area of Composite Figures Project

Adding Money Donuts Pixel Art

  In this activity students will be adding together money. This questions are represented like : $12.34 + $8.15. Some of the questions require that students are able to regroup with adding. Before sharing with your students be sure to delete the answers. When students input their answers they will need to include a dollar sign and have 2 decimals places. This was made for a consumer math class but could be used at other levels involving adding money. Adding Money Pixel Art

Composite Figures

This activity has student's practice finding the area of composite figures.  This is a drag and drop activity and prompts the students as to how many shapes they may see.   The activity includes the formulas they will need. The students can type their work in the work area and the total area.     Area of Composite Figures Drag and Drop

Adding Money with Pictures

This activity was made for a consumer math class.  The activity has students add together money.  The students must be able to identify the different types of coins and bills as the activity shows the money as coins and bills.  The largest coin used is a quarter and the largest bill is $50. Adding Money Pixel Art  

Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers

In this activity students will be adding and subtracting mixed numbers.  The problems include expressions that result in a negative answer.  When the students input the answer correctly part of the picture will appear.   Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers Pixel Art  

Triangle Vocabulary Crossword

 This is a basic triangle crossword puzzle. The clues are on the boxes with the triangle in the corner.  A word bank is included but could be deleted to make it more challenging.  I'm using this in an 8th grade classroom, you would want to add more words if using in a geometry classroom. Triangle Vocab Crossword Puzzle

Free Customized Activity

  If you like Pi R Scared’s Facebook page ( https://facebook.com/#!/pirscared/photos/a.123969656123668/238676214653011/ ), I will make you an activity of your choice. After liking my page comment on the Facebook post with the activity you want and the topic you need it to be.

Area and Circumference of Circles Earth Day

  In this activity students find the area and circumference of different circles.  The picture was made for Earth day but could be used at anytime of the year.  The units are included for the students.  Delete the numerical answer before sharing with your students. Area and Circumference of Circles Pixel Art

Mystery Activity on Linear Equations

  In this activity students will work through 3 different types of question which build on each other.  The first part of the activity has students find the slope of two points.  The second part of the activity has students find the y-intercept given 2 points. The final part of the activity has students write the equation of the line given 2 points.  The slides are color coded to match the table meaning, when students are on a purple question they answer would be in the purple part of the table.   Slope, y-intercept, writing equations Mystery Activity

Spring Break

 During Spring Break, I’ll be making request.  If you have a request send me an email 314rscared@gmail.com. Activities: Bingo, Maze, Pixel Art, Puzzle Reveals, and Escape Rooms.

Solve the Mystery

  In this activity students are tasked with solving the mystery of the missing frig item.  The students solve problems involving the volume and surface area of pyramids.  There are 2 shapes in the activity, square based pyramids and rectangle based pyramids.  Each time they answer a question they go back to the clue board and mark off their answer.  After answering all of the questions, 12 in total, they will have 3 answers that aren't marked off.  The 3 remaining boxes will answer the question of what was taken, who took it, and why.  If you want to create your own clue game check out the how to video below.  Volume and Surface Area Mystery Activity