“Tatsulok” is a Philipino word which means three corners. The player must form one big equilateral triangle (like the figure above) by correctly connecting the sides of 16 small triangles. If the connection is wrong, students will not be able to complete the puzzle.
Not Pre-Cut and Laminated
- Adding and Subtracting Integers
- Area and Perimeter
- Consumer Math
- Find the Slope of the Line
- Mean, Median, Mode, and Range
- Multiplication and Division of Fractions
- Number Sequence
- Rational Numbers
- Simple Interest (Not Compounded)
- Surface Area (Cone, Cylinder, Sphere)
- Transversal of Parallel Lines
- Volume (Cube, prism, Pyramid, Cylinder, Cone, and Sphere)
- Which Point Satisfies the Equation? (x,y)
Tatsulok Middle/High School (Set of 15)
GAME CONTENT: 2 SETS of 16 triangle cards, Worksheet, Instruction and Answer Key
NUMBER OF PLAYERS: individual, pair, or group activity
SUGGESTED USE: Enrichment, Guided Instruction, Individual or Group Assessment, Review, Competition/Race
HOW TO PLAY THE GAME
1. The card with the game topic (written in CAPITAL LETTERS) will be laid down first.
2. The next card that should be laid down must match / answer the word or problem beneath the game title.
3. The player(s) must find the matching answer or solution of every open side of the triangles until the puzzle is complete and a big equilateral triangle is formed.
4. The student(s) will answer a worksheet (and show solution when necessary) as they play.