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Angry Birds Rational Operations Search and Shade

on March 1, 2013

Rational Operations Search and Shade Review WORD

https://www.dropbox.com/s/a5g60z8yf7220lt/Rational%20Operations%20Search%20and%20Shade%20Review.docx

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19 Responses to “Angry Birds Rational Operations Search and Shade”

  1. This is awesome. Our students love Angry Birds. I think that this activity is a great way for them to not only practice their math–but to enjoy doing it!

    Can’t wait to share this blog post with our corps members.

  2. mawan says:

    Unique method and i like it!

  3. jenn Garner says:

    I modified this for solving for y. I would like to share this with you if you can email me. Thank you for the great idea

  4. Pascale Ngo says:

    Thank you for sharing!

  5. kathy says:

    Love this idea, but am getting an error when I try to download it. Any chance you would be willing to email a copy to me? Thanks!!

  6. Libby S says:

    I am not able to open the file?????

  7. Annabel says:

    I’m confused. Why are some of the same letters colored multiple colors? D and B for example. Also, I don’t teach this level math, but am trying to modify for my students. However, in order to do that, I am having to solve the original questions myself. I realize it has been a while since I’ve had to solve questions like this, but I’m pretty sure I’ve worked them out correctly, yet my pictures are not matching up.

    • Kristin says:

      I am so sorry to have missed your comment. I hope you figured it out. Those are difficult problems. Since we are doing common core this year, I won’t be teaching that topic, so I will have to make it easier, too!

      • Jill says:

        I can’t figure out how the students know what to color. I notice that many letters are cut in half and colored 2 different colors and that 2 different letters are the same color. How did you approach this? Thanks for any help.

        • Kristin says:

          Hi!
          The square next to the problem tells them how to shade or what to draw in the square. The answer tells them which lettered squares to shade that way. This one has them shade the background and the beak and draw some features. I tell them to shade lightly in pencil. When they have finished then they can color over the pencil with a dark color. Some of my students actually erase the pencil once they see the shape. I let them choose the colors.

  8. hannah says:

    This is such a great document, thank you thank you, thank you!

  9. Kay Butler says:

    Thanks for sharing your work! This will make such a cute and engaging review activity for my Algebra 2 students! Most of them have not had math in 8 months . . . and that was Geometry!!

  10. Kristen says:

    This looks awesome! but am getting an error when I try to download it. Would you be willing to email me a copy? Or update the link? 🙂

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