Students will add roof lines to each house using the given angle of the roof.
This activity is self-checking, but if you don’t want students to see the correct answers, just quickly delete them before sharing the activity with the students.
Plus, there’s a quick video that explains the activity to the students.
Check out the student video to see a preview of the activity and instructions.
• Google Slides
• Instructional Video
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Great for 4th or 5th grade!
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Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills TEKS:
• TEKS 4.7D
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