Cylinders Surface Area and Volume Practice Geometry
Cylinders: Surface Area and Volume Practice Worksheet Formulas, examples and practice for finding the surface area and volume of cylinders. Use for extra practice, reteaching, test prep or as part of sub plans (answer key included). #math #geometry
Surface Area of Nets Loop Game
Quick and easy prep! Just print and tape around the classroom and prove to students that learning can be fun!CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW!!!This activity is fun and engaging, especially when students are set to work with a partner while you monitor and facilitate learning.This is a 12 problem loop game for practice in determining the surface area of nets that create three-dimensional figures.
Surface Area and Nets Guided Notes and Activity Pages for Common Core 6.G.4
This file includes the following:-Day 1 Learnzillion Video Notes: Guided lesson on "Representing 3-D Figures with Nets" including student pages to be filled out while watching and discussing the learnzillion video found here: Representing 3-D Figures with Nets-Day 1 Assignment 3D Figures Cut and Paste Activity: Students will cut out figures and nets and match to the appropriate 3D Figure.
Finding Surface Area Using Nets
In this hands-on activity, students create a 3-dimensional models using nets. Students are required to identify the type of prism (cube, rectangular, triangular) and find the surface area of the prism using the net. There are 8 nets included in this activity (3 cubes, 3 rectangular prisms, and 2 triangular prisms).
Matching Rectangular Prisms to Their Nets
Students match a net to the correct rectangular prism. There are 6 problems but 8 nets. Students are also asked to find the surface area for each rectangular prism. Represent the three-dimensional figures below using nets made up of rectangles and triangles, and then, use the nets to find the surface area of these figures. (CCSS 6.G.4)
Surface Area Foldable Notes and Practice (Distance Learning)
A structured approach to teaching surface area can make it so much easier for students to understand! These materials lend themselves to use in interactive notebooks. These foldable notes, examples, and practice problems feature a structured step by step format to guide student thinking as they calculate the surface area of each figure. Students will find the surface areas of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres.