youcubed: Sponge Art Transformations (K-10)
youcubed (Stanford University)

Create a painting with sponges cut into different shapes.

GeoGebra
GeoGebra

GeoGebra is an interactive geometry, algebra, statistics and calculus application, intended for learning and teaching mathematics and science from primary school to university level.

GeoGebra: Building Surfaces with Cross Sections and Function Modeling
GeoGebra

The Toblerone candy bar shown is an example prism. By definition, what exactly makes a 3D solid a prism? Describe.

GeoGebra: Exploring Intersections of Planes
GeoGebra

Suppose 2 planes intersect. How would you describe their intersection?

GeoGebra: Mystery Scalar and Vectors Investigation
GeoGebra

Two vectors and a mystery scalar: Discovery Learning Investigation

GeoGebra: Remote Learning Templates for GeoGebra Classroom
GeoGebra

These ready-to-use activity templates have been created for teachers and students to use in GeoGebra Classroom.

GeoGebra: Mean Value Theorem - Quick Intuitive Tests
GeoGebra

Even though no law enforcement officer ever saw John traveling, does the state police department have the right to issue him a ticket?

GeoGebra: Parallel Lines in the Coordinate Plane - Quick Exploration
GeoGebra

From what you’ve observed, what can we conclude about any two (non-vertical) lines drawn in the coordinate plane?

GeoGebra: Perpendicular Lines in the Coordinate Plane - Quick Exploration
GeoGebra

What does it mean for lines to be perpendicular (by definition)?

GeoGebra: Finding Area by Decomposing and Rearranging - IM 6.1.2
GeoGebra

“Finding Area by Decomposing and Rearranging” from IM Grade 6 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

GeoGebra: Parallelograms - IM 6.1.4
GeoGebra

“Parallelograms” from IM Grade 6 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Open Middle - Building Parallelograms
GeoGebra

Use any GeoGebra tool(s) in the app above to clearly show how you know the quadrilateral you just formed is a parallelogram. Be sure to fully explain your reasoning!