Posted in Activities, Geometry, Google Slides, Thinking Questions, Triangle Congruence, Triangle Theorems

Exit Tickets for Triangles Unit

It’s nice when you find an activity that you can just USE. If you are getting ready to teach or review triangle congruence, hopefully these exit tickets will be helpful.

I give these the same day I teach a new lesson. Students get feedback from me until they have correct answers. It has worked very well during our hybrid schedule but I plan to keep doing it when we go back in person.

These slides are interactive so you will want to make a copy for each student. You can edit the content by going to view-Master. I create it there so the static parts don’t move.

Each one is set to template. If you would like to keep the activity, just select the get template button in the top right corner.

Corresponding Congruent Parts

Isosceles and Equilateral Triangle Theorems

Triangle Sum and Exterior Angle Theorems

Triangle Congruence Theorems

Triangle Congruence Proofs

I hope you find these useful. I am working on a set for Similarity. I’ll post them soon!

Posted in Geometry, Google Sheets, Triangle Congruence

Road Kill Kafe goes Remote

Well that sounds like a movie title.

I wanted to share with you a quick update to Road Kill Kafe that I use in my Geometry class to discover congruent triangles. It was shared with me by my friend Craig Klement (@CraigKlement) and you can read about all of my Triangle Congruence activities here.

We are hybrid this year and it usually takes 2 days to complete the activity. That’s 4 class days with both classes and we simply didn’t have the time to do that.

So… I turned it into a digital activity. It worked out ok. I did model some skills for them regarding the drawing tools in Google Slides and that made things go more smoothly. I also pasted a reference segment so we could make sure our side lengths were what they should be.

Here are some images of our completed triangles.

If this is your original activity, let me know! I would love to give proper credit. If you want to try Road Kill Kafe goes Remote, just click on the links below. The first one is the activity to send to students. Make a copy for EACH student. The second one is the collaborative slide with the reference segments for students to paste their completed triangles. Make sure you set it so EVERYONE has access to the same slide.

Remote Road Kill Kafe

Collaborative Slide

Enjoy your road kill!!