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Math Court: The Proof Game

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Here’s a foolproof way to help your students become veritable masters at writing proofs. Math Court provides everything you need to play this game either online or on the game board you can print out. Also included are the proof cards, hint cards, and a legal reason sheet for each level of play. The levels become increasingly difficult moving from lines, segments, and rays, on Level 1 up to Level 7. which reviews triangle congruence theorems and the properties of parallelograms. There is plenty of review information and instruction on how to write a clear and valid proof. After the game is over, read the 36 Methods Humorous Methods of Mathematical Proof.

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