This Isosceles Triangles on a Geoboard activity & project also includes:
How many isosceles triangles can you create on a seven-by-seven peg board? This is the task scholars attack in their collaborative groups. The problem prompts discussion on distance, slope, and the definition of isosceles triangles.
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- Scaffold for lower level pupils by providing examples and non-examples of isosceles triangles on the geoboard
- Record new vocabulary in a graphic organizer
- Requires a geoboard for individuals to use as a manipulative
- Promotes communication within collaborative groups
- Includes an answer key