Several of the practice suggestions are from iXL – I just learned about this at a math leadership meeting this week as well as it was suggested by a couple of parents on Friday (THANK YOU!). You may do up to 20 practice problems per day without having an iXL account.

When a problem is incorrect, it gives the correct answer AND an explanation/practice for you to “get it”. I see this site a great benefit to use throughout a unit of study.

For most topics, I have linked to the Open Math Reference site which offers not only text but also interactive examples of each.

Classifying Triangles – Sides, Angles

iXL practice on the above go here and see F1, F2, F3

Using Converse of Pythagorean Theorem to Classify Triangles (Triangle Type Quiz

Special Lines/Segments of Trianlges:

Medians, Angle Bisectors, Altitudes, Perpendicular Bisectors

iXL practice on the above see M1, M2, M3

Triangle Congruence – Triangles are congruent if you can slide them around, rotate them, and

flip them over in various ways but can “pile” on top of one another.