I have been planning exactly how I want to launch my TpT store so much that I haven't done anything with it at all! I am building content, but it is that fear of actually posting something that is getting me! I want to do it right from the beginning. I want to learn from others and hopefully not learn the hard way too much. ;) I have a few things, but I just have to get the confidence to click POST!
Finally! I finished putting the final touches on my Architecture and Area project for Geometry. My students completed this project for the first time back in March, but I was revising, reorganizing, and perfecting what I have so far. There are so many extensions to this project, but I chose the ones I felt most suitable for my students. Let me tell you more about this project (teacher resources at the bottom)... Students work in pairs to build their own model home (physical model or digital model). Not only do they use area formulas to calculate their square footage, but they also have to calculate how much it would cost to paint, tile, and carpet the home. On top of that, I had my students do some algebra review by calculating the cost of their home, the selling price they desire, and finally the asking price. Whew! Why I love this project: The students were really into it. Their reflections had nothing but awesome things to say about it such as, "This is the best t