Activities, Circles, Covid-19, Digital Escape Rooms, Distance Learning, Equations of Circles, Equations of Lines

Equations of Lines and Circles Digital Escape Room

My friend and colleague learned how to make digital escape rooms from me. You all don't have me next to you everyday so you can learn from my post on Ditch That Textbook. This is the second escape room she has made. She's getting pretty good at them! I plan to use this one as… Continue reading Equations of Lines and Circles Digital Escape Room

BreakIN, Circles, Covid-19, Distance Learning, Equations of Lines, games

Donkey Kong Break In Distance Learning Style

I created this activity last year to review equations of lines and learning about equations of circles. It was completed in groups by table but the delivery was mostly work at their own pace. Well, this was perfect for distance learning. I changed from groups to individual, added some Google Forms practice checks that students… Continue reading Donkey Kong Break In Distance Learning Style

Activities, Algebra 1, Choose Your Own Adventure, Circles, Geometry, Solving Equations

Choose Your Own Adventure *Updated*

A lesson is only as good as the updates you make. This activity, which I first blogged about here and here, came from Ditch That Textbook by Matt Miller. I love this idea and now use it as an alternative assessment activity. Please go back and read how this started for me. One reason I… Continue reading Choose Your Own Adventure *Updated*

Activities, Circles, Geometry, Math Art, no tech, Vocabulary

Circle Vocabulary

I don’t give vocabulary assignments very often. I usually teach it as we go in context of the lesson. Every now and then front-loading vocabulary will make lessons flow more smoothly. That’s the case with our circle unit. I can’t take credit for creating this project, but I really do like it. Students have to… Continue reading Circle Vocabulary

Activities, Circles, Geometry, Solving Equations

Choose Your Own Adventure

This has become one of my favorite projects to do. I stole the idea from Matt Miller in his book Ditch That Textbook. As Alice Keeler often says, you shouldn't have 30 of the exact same thing and with this project, you have 30 unique stories. I've done this with Algebra when we review solving… Continue reading Choose Your Own Adventure