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## Converting Degrees and Radians Tarsia Puzzle

Provide your precalculus students with plenty of practice converting between angle measures in degrees and radians with this degrees and radians tarsia matching puzzle. I was on a mission this past school year to work on adding more creative practice activities to my precalculus course. When we started our unit on angles, I decided that …

## Printable Radian Sectors

Several summers ago, I created a set of printable radian sectors to illustrate what different amounts of radians looked like when graphed in standard form. I had a brilliant idea to make some sort of auction activity where students competed to see which group could create the most complete circles. At least I think that …

## Radian Arts and Crafts Activity

This radian arts and crafts activity is designed to help students conceptually understand what a radian is. As a bonus, it creates a beautiful, mathematical art display for your classroom. This is one of my most popular tweets of all time. People come to my blog searching for it frequently, but until today it has …

## Radians and Degrees War

After making my Periodic Table War game, I had the brilliant idea that a Radians vs. Degrees game would be perfect for my trig students.  After quick google search, I found out this idea was NOT original.   I found a free file on TpT for Radian Degree War.  I downloaded it, and it was …

## Converting Between Radians and Degrees Foldable

I created this converting between radians and degrees foldable for my trigonometry students to glue in their interactive notebooks. This ended up being a much-referenced foldable! Outside of Radians to Degrees and Degrees to Radians Foldable: Inside of Foldable: Close up of radians to degrees notes/examples: Close up of degrees to radians notes/examples: Now that …

## What is a Radian? Hands-On Activity

I created this hand-on exploration for my trigonometry students to explore the question “What is a Radian?” I don’t ever remember really learning what a radian was when I took trig in high school.  I’m sure my teacher told me, but I guess it didn’t really stick.  We’re going to be dealing with radians a …