Project T.R.I.G. was created by Math Playground. This 12 level game allows students to interact with speed and angle variables to control the flight of a projectile. Students are given the opportunity to adjust the variables based on the outcome of their last flight. Students can explore the mathematics of projectile motion by using the coordinate grid and position-time data provided. More advanced students can apply knowledge of trigonometry and projectile physics to accurately predict where projectiles will land.

Check out our Project T.R.I.G. Lesson Ideas Page for resources that will help you determine how best to use this game with your students. You'll find a complete lesson plan, discussion questions, and teaching strategies.

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Project T.R.I.G. was created by Math Playground. This 12 level game allows students to interact with speed and angle variables to control the flight of a projectile. Students are given the opportunity to adjust the variables based on the outcome of their last flight. Students can explore the mathematics of projectile motion by using the coordinate grid and position-time data provided. More advanced students can apply knowledge of trigonometry and projectile physics to accurately predict where projectiles will land.

Check out our Project T.R.I.G. Lesson Ideas Page for resources that will help you determine how best to use this game with your students. You’ll find a complete lesson plan, discussion questions, and teaching strategies.

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