Draw geometric shapes with given conditions.
Using a protractor, create geometric shapes with given angles.
Protractor, Degree, Geometric, Angle, Acute, Obtuse, Right angle, Parallel, Intersect, Conditions
1. Students determined the degree of given angles the the use of a protractors.
2. Students created an image using a variety of conditions such as acute, obtuse, right angles and parallel and intersecting lines.
3. Students practiced labeling their angles.
How many degrees are there in your name?
Students prints their name on a piece of paper and measures the angles they see.
Convert between fractions, decimals, and percentages.
Represent quantities as ratios, fractions, decimals, or percentages.
Identify equivalent fractional parts (fractions, decimals, and percentages).
Convert given quantities into different fractional types, understanding that each manifestation is equivalent.
Convert fractions to their equivalent decimal form using division.
Fraction, Decimal, Percentage, Equivalent, Convert, Remaining
1. Students took turns "bowling" and identified the fraction, decimal, and percentage of the remaining pins.
How many presents under the Christmas tree are yours? Represent it in a fraction, decimal, and percentage.