Earlier this month I came across an idea from @misscalcul8 that was apparently taken from @msrubinmath! So I carried on the tradition and modified it slightly myself, making it totally on the computer, no bad handwriting days!
I printed out 7 copies on a color laser printer and laminated them, then cut out all the pieces of 6 of them. The seventh one is my master. I also printed out 6 blank copies and laminated them. Each set of 30 cards was put in a baseball card protector, hole-punched then put on a ring.
Today, was the day I got to use it with my 3 Geometry/Geometry Honors classes. Their desks (individual tables) are already in groups of 3, so each group got a laminated blank worksheet, a set of 30 laminated cards and a blank worksheet for each student to fill out and save as notes. The students were shown how to get started using the document camera, then they set to work. As each group finished, they asked me to check their answers before they filled out their own worksheet.
Two classes went by before I thought that I should take pics for the blog! And of course, all I had was my cell phone! They didn't turn out too bad.
My blank version...
My master copy...
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